The GoLite Galaxy Backpack Picayune MS

The Golite Galaxy backpack is a large, 3800 cubic inch pack that has an Arrowhead Cordura main body for high load bearing capacity. Please read on for more detailed information in the following article.

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The GoLite Galaxy Backpack

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GoLite Galaxy Backpack

The Golite Galaxy backpack is a large, 3800 cubic inch pack that has an Arrowhead Cordura main body for high load bearing capacity. It comes with a sleeping bag compartment, functional load lifter straps, zippered security pocket, and stretch mesh panels for a snug seal. It also has two main vertical internal compartments, two side mesh water bottle pockets, dual ice axe loops, and a three-liter hydration sleeve. The Galaxy internal frame backpack is available in small, medium, and large sizes.

Specifics (medium size)

  • Material - Arrowhead Cordura/SilLiteHG
  • Approximate volume - 3800 cubic inches
  • Average weight - 3 lb. 9 oz.
  • Number of pockets - 2
  • Access / Loading - Top
  • Sleeping bag compartment - No

Features

  • X-Pac composite three layer fabric in the front pockets and bottom
  • Unlimited Suspension System
  • Functional load lifter straps
  • Floating top lid has dual side release buckles
  • Zippered security pocket and stretch mesh panels
  • Two main vertical internal compartments
  • Two side mesh water bottle pockets
  • Dual ice axe loops with Velcro retention straps
  • Three-Liter hydration sleeve
  • Sternum strap and reflective webbing
  • Haul loop
  • ...

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