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Medium Climb Backpack in Forest Green / Barn Red

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Color: Forest Green / Barn Red

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A ‘80s-inspired climbing pack with cheerful color blocking and vintage details

Founded in Montana in 1973, Epperson Mountaineering came about for one reason—Mark Epperson couldn’t find a climbing pack that suited his needs. Mark’s vision of packs built with superior craftsmanship, solutions-oriented design, and top-notch materials stood the test of time, and Epperson Mountaineering continues to deliver on their original promise of high quality packs. Still proudly made in Libby, the Medium Climb Pack draws design inspiration from ‘80s rope bags and is constructed from tough-as-nails components. Boasting their signature carabiner front closure and wrapped up in a cheerfully color-blocked package that’s chock-full of vintage outdoor details, this pack is built for the long haul.

  • Tough-as-nails DWR-coated 1000 denier Cordura nylon fabric stands up to years of abuse
  • One external YKK zip pocket on lid offers organization smaller pieces of gear
  • Two side snap pockets to stash additional EDC
  • Interior laptop sleeve gives this vintage-inspired pack 21st-century capabilities
  • Front daisy chain allows additional gear to be lashed to the front for easy access
  • Climbing spec carabiner front closure, draw cords, and zipper pulls for timeless outdoors style
  • Seam-sealed inner compartments offer additional organization
  • Bar-tack reinforcement at stress points and tension areas for dependable durability
  • Padded, breathable, contoured shoulder straps for all-day comfort
  • Made in USA
  • Body: DWR-coated 1000 denier Cordura nylon
  • Webbing: 100% Mil-spec nylon
  • Hardware: Climb-spec carabiner
  • Accessories: Climb-spec nylon
  • Weight: 1 lb 2 oz
  • Dimensions: 19" x 11" x 6”
  • Capacity: 16 L

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