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The Mountainsmith Circuit 3.0 Backpack
Mountainsmith Circuit 3.0 Backpack
The Mountainsmith Circuit 3.0 backpack is a very large, internal frame, 6000 cubic inch model that’s made out of strong and durable, reinforced nylon. The backpack has foam shoulder straps for comfort along with a molded foam back panel and foam pivoting waist belt. It also comes with four load adjusters for equal load dispersion, a single ice axe loop, trekking pole mounts, a safety whistle and a separate sleeping bag compartment. The Circuit 3.0 also has a detachable lid that converts into a lumbar and is hydration pack compatible.
- Body fabric - 420 denier nylon and 840 denier Ballistics bottom
- Approximate volume - 6000 cubic inches
- Average weight - 5 lbs. 4 oz.
- Fits torso - 18 - 22 inches
- Dimensions - 33.5 x 18.5 x 17 inches
- Frame material - HDPE aluminum
- Dual density foam shoulder straps for comfort
- Elastic sternum strap and bite valve catch
- Molded foam back panel and pivoting waist belt
- Four load adjusters for load dispersion
- Collared storm shield with draw cord closure
- Zippered vertical front pocket with elastic rigging
- Internal organizer pockets and two water bottle pockets
- Zippered side pockets with pass thru sleeves
- Detachable lid that converts into a lumbarSingle ice axe loop
- Hydration compatible with dual exit ports
- Trekking pole mounts
- Safety whistle included
- Separate sleeping bag compartment with internal divider ...
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