The Scrambler Alpine Pack by Mountain Hardwear Concord NH

The Mountain Hardwear Scrambler alpine pack is a 1600 cubic inch model that’s made out of coated ripstop and Cordura nylon for durability and strength. At 11 ounces, the Scrambler backpack is very lightweight. It has a removable EVA pack pane that can be used as a sit pad. It also has a front bungee web for external storage and load compression and a top access with draw cord closure. The Scrambler is so small and lightweight it can even be used as a stuff sack for your sleeping bag.

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The Scrambler Alpine Pack by Mountain Hardwear

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Mountain Hardwear Scrambler Alpine Pack

The Mountain Hardwear Scrambler alpine pack is a 1600 cubic inch model that’s made out of coated ripstop and Cordura nylon for durability and strength. At 11 ounces, the Scrambler backpack is very lightweight. It has a removable EVA pack pane that can be used as a sit pad. It also has a front bungee web for external storage and load compression and a top access with draw cord closure. The Scrambler is so small and lightweight it can even be used as a stuff sack for your sleeping bag .

Specifics

  • Approximate volume - 1600 cubic inches
  • Body fabric - 210D Cordura nylon
  • Accent fabric - Nylon Ripstop
  • Bottom fabric - 630D Ballistics Cordura
  • Average weight - 11 oz.
  • Access / Loading - Top

Features

  • Removable EVA pack panel adds structure to the pack and can be used as a sit pad Self-healing, silicon-coated 100D Cordura
  • Front bungee web for external storage and load compression
  • Packs down to approximately 5” x 4” x 3” inches
  • Top access with draw cord closure
  • Doubles as sleeping bag stuff sack
  • ...

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