Petzl Bug 18L Backpack

Petzl Bug 18L Backpack
Petzl Bug 18L Backpack
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Bug 18L Backpack by Petzl
Pack light layers, shoes, lunch, water, and other climbing essentials in Petzl's Bug 18L Backpack for day-long multi-pitches. Even with its capacity of eighteen liters, the Bug is compact enough to climb with. Its low-profile design and ergonomic shoulder straps allow freedom of movement up the wall. It sits high on your back so you can still have access to your chalk bag and quick draws on your harness and Petzl even made the waist belt stowable for added convenience. There's padding at the back panel and shoulder straps, and an adjustable rope strap for long walk-offs. The Bug also features pockets fit for wallets and topos, as well as a hydration sleeve that doubles as a laptop compartment for life out of the vertical world.

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