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Ascensionist 30L

47997_BALB_S
$124.84
$166.46

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Designed for one- to two-day speedball ascents in places like Chamonix and Patagonia, the Patagonia Ascensionist 30L is a streamlined yet highly versatile climbing backpack which has everything you need, but absolutely nothing more. It features an integrated, asymmetrical spindrift collar that opens wide and closes in a single motion for fast packing. A secondary collar protects your gear from ugly weather, allows serious overstuffing and holds gear securely when the pack is hanging at belays. Ergonomic shoulder straps (with load lifters) match your torso’s contours for 24-hour comfort. The pack also has a minimalist hip belt and low-profile sternum strap. Four rows of exterior daisy chains provide lashing options for a rope, helmet and pad; ice tools attach via an integrated buckle and tool pocket. Other details include compression straps to carry skis and cinch down loads, an asymmetric profile for elbow clearance and a zippered pocket on the lid for quick access to small essentials. Made from lightweight yet durable 5.5-oz 210-denier Cordura® 86% nylon/14% polyester with a with a polyurethane coating.

Details:

  • Lightweight, bomber, tear- and abrasion-resistant nylon/polyester Cordura® ripstop
  • Asymmetrical spindrift collar opens wide for easy packing; drawcord simultaneously cinches collar and closes lid for a secure seal
  • Minimalist hip belt and low-profile sternum strap
  • Daisy chains on front and side panels provide lashing options; zippered pocket on lid offers easy access to small items
  • Compression straps on sides help manage different size loads
  • Available in two sizes: S/M and L/XL
  • 5.5-oz 210-denier Cordura® 86% nylon/14% polyester with a polyurethane coating
  • 700 g (1 lb 8.7 oz)
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    We only ship this product within Europe.

    Designed for one- to two-day speedball ascents in places like Chamonix and Patagonia, the Patagonia Ascensionist 30L is a streamlined yet highly versatile climbing backpack which has everything you need, but absolutely nothing more. It features an integrated, asymmetrical spindrift collar that opens wide and closes in a single motion for fast packing. A secondary collar protects your gear from ugly weather, allows serious overstuffing and holds gear securely when the pack is hanging at belays. Ergonomic shoulder straps (with load lifters) match your torso’s contours for 24-hour comfort. The pack also has a minimalist hip belt and low-profile sternum strap. Four rows of exterior daisy chains provide lashing options for a rope, helmet and pad; ice tools attach via an integrated buckle and tool pocket. Other details include compression straps to carry skis and cinch down loads, an asymmetric profile for elbow clearance and a zippered pocket on the lid for quick access to small essentials. Made from lightweight yet durable 5.5-oz 210-denier Cordura® 86% nylon/14% polyester with a with a polyurethane coating.

    Details:

  • Lightweight, bomber, tear- and abrasion-resistant nylon/polyester Cordura® ripstop
  • Asymmetrical spindrift collar opens wide for easy packing; drawcord simultaneously cinches collar and closes lid for a secure seal
  • Minimalist hip belt and low-profile sternum strap
  • Daisy chains on front and side panels provide lashing options; zippered pocket on lid offers easy access to small items
  • Compression straps on sides help manage different size loads
  • Available in two sizes: S/M and L/XL
  • 5.5-oz 210-denier Cordura® 86% nylon/14% polyester with a polyurethane coating
  • 700 g (1 lb 8.7 oz)
  •  

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