Get out and enjoy the great outdoors with a day hike orovernight camping expedition with the Men's AllTrail 45L Backpack from Thule.This pack is chock full of features that make carrying and accessing your gearand easy affair. Adjusting the fit is no problem with its 4-inch torsoadjustability and breathable shoulder straps, hip belt padding, and back panelfurther help dial in the fit while keeping you cool on those summer hikes. It'salso important to stay hydrated on those stifling days and you'll quicklyappreciate the dedicated hydration sleeve with drink tube exit port as well astwo side water bottle pockets. Attachment loops let you secure trekking poles or ice axeson the bag, or with the use of Thule's interchangeable VersaClick compatiblehip belt accessories, you can stow those poles by your hip and access themwithout even having the take the pack off. Getting to the gear inside ishassle-free with multiple points of entry on the top and side. A sleeping bagdivider helps you stay organized and lets you find that rain jacket quicklywhen looming clouds roll in. That also makes for a great time to cover the bagwith its included, removable rain cover and enjoy happy trails no matter whatthe weather conditions are.
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