Ortovox Traverse 28L S Backpack

Ortovox Traverse 28L S Backpack
Ortovox Traverse 28L S Backpack
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Traverse 28L S Backpack by Ortovox
The Traverse 28 Short Backpack is a shorter version of Ortovox's versatile, technical backpack for year-round adventures. Ortovox made this pack on the lighter side, but the main compartment is large enough to hold enough backpacking gear for overnighters. Its simplicity gains a versatile performance suitable for daylong ski tours, multi-pitch climbs, or alpine treks. The Comfort Contact back system ensures permanent air circulation with its cleverly designed contact areas, and the rain cover repels raindrops and moisture to keep your gear safe from the elements.

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SKU: ORT006I
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