The GoLite Perspective Alpine Pack Mitchell SD

The GoLite Perspective alpine pack is a very spacious 4450 cubic inch internal-frame model that’s made out of Translucite Cordura for durability. It has a suspension system for load transfer and carrying comfort and a spacer mesh back and shoulder harness for comfort and air circulation.

Dakota Budokan
(605) 201-4932
2000 W 42nd St
Sioux Falls, SD
 
Precision Reloading Llc
(605) 996-9984
124 S Main St
Mitchell, SD
 
Harve's Sport Shop
(605) 996-8226
213 N Main St
Mitchell, SD
 
Cabela's
(605) 996-0337
601 Cabela Dr
Mitchell, SD
 
Cabelas Inc
(605) 996-2840
421 E Norway Ave
Mitchell, SD
 

The GoLite Perspective Alpine Pack

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GoLite Perspective Alpine Pack

The GoLite Perspective alpine pack is a very spacious 4450 cubic inch internal-frame model that’s made out of Translucite Cordura for durability. It has a suspension system for load transfer and carrying comfort and a spacer mesh back and shoulder harness for comfort and air circulation. The pack has a removable waist belt, twin side mesh water bottle pockets, and a haul loop and an ice axe loop. The Perspective also has an internal sleeve that can hold a three-liter hydration reservoir. The pack comes in small, medium and large sizes.

Specifics (medium size)

  • Material - Translucite Cordura
  • Approximate volume - 4450 cubic inches
  • Fits torso - 18 - 20 inches
  • Number of pockets - 4
  • Average weight - 3 lbs. 4 oz.
  • Access / Loading - Top
  • Size - 25 x 15 x 11 inches
  • Sleeping bag compartment - No

Features

  • Suspension system for load transfer and carrying comfort
  • Spacer mesh back and shoulder harness for comfort and air circulation
  • Top-loading pack has floating lid with dual side release buckles
  • Removable waist belt
  • Twin side mesh water bottle pockets
  • Side compression straps to cinch down loads
  • Haul loop and ice axe loop
  • Internal sleeve holds a 3-liter hydration reservoir
  • Available in small, medium and large sizes
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