The Trek Backpack by GoLite Mandan ND

The Golite Trek backpack has a three-liter internal hydration sleeve, three external mesh pockets, and a floating top lid with a pocket.

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The Trek Backpack by GoLite

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GoLite Trek Backpack

The Golite Trek backpack is a large, 3950 cubic inch pack that’s made of durable Dyneema gridstop, SilLiteHG and 420 denier Cordura. The pack has a three-liter internal hydration sleeve, three external mesh pockets, and a floating top lid with a pocket. It also has a contoured foam back, contoured shoulder straps, sternum strap, daisy chain and tool and haul loops. The Trek internal frame backpack is available in small, medium, and large sizes.

Specifics (medium size)

  • Body material - Dyneema gridstop
  • Approximate volume - 3950 cubic inches plus 700 pockets
  • Average weight - 2 lbs.
  • Torso length - 18-20 inches
  • Pockets - 3 plus main compartment
  • Access / Loading - Top

Features

  • Contoured foam back for comfort
  • Foam accentuated webbing hip belt
  • Contoured shoulder straps for easy carrying
  • Sternum strap
  • Top stabilizer straps
  • Side compression straps
  • SilLite floating top lid with pocket
  • Internal three-liter hydration sleeve
  • Light Cordura base
  • Daisy chain, tool loop, and haul loop
  • Three external mesh pockets
  • For up to 30 pound loads
  • ...

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