Thule Capstone 50L Backpack

Thule Capstone 50L Backpack
Thule Capstone 50L Backpack
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Capstone 50L Backpack by Thule
Just about anything you need for an overnight backpacking trip can easily fit in the Thule Capstone 50 Backpack. This minimalist backpack is great for hikers looking to move fast without being weighed down with a bunch of heavy, needless gear. The pack's MicroAdjust suspension system allows you to customize the fit of the pack to your individual torso, while its tensioned back panel provides support and breathability on those hot and sunny mid-summer trips. When the skies do turn grey, pull the detachable rain cover over the pack to protect your gear from rain. Two access points at the top and side grant access to gear, without you having to empty everything else out in camp or by the side of the trail. Side compression straps cinch your load down, and a hydration compatible design allows the pack to be fitted with the hydration system of your choice.

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SKU: THU004U
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