Everyone knows that predicting the weather in the PNW can be a crap shoot, but you're determined to backpack through Oregon anyway. A determination bolstered by the fact you're outfitted with your Thule Guidepost 85L Backpack. This pack comes with a weatherproof, bright yellow raincover, so you can stay dry and seen in soggy conditions. Then, for the hotter days, the breathable back panel is highly padded to keep you comfortable and dry. The Guidepost is willing to move with you through the toughest legs of the hike. You can adjust the shoulder straps to fit your height perfectly so you won't have to make the sacrifice of comfort from the very start. With a pivoting hipbelt, this pack accommodates your moves to allow a natural gait all the way across the state. The TransHub suspension also transfers weight from the pack to your hips, so you don't have to deal with the posture soreness and general fatigue that generally comes with backpacking. Along with the many personalized-fit options, the Guidepost offers multiple point of personalized gear carrying. An integrated VersaClick system enables you to clip on accessories, such as water bottles, camera cases, or drybags to keep you ready for anything that the wet and wild PNW decides to through at you.
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