Tough and minimalist alpine pack for fast and light technical ascents, from Blue Ice.
Size:30l - 30 Litres
Brand Colour:Blue - Turkish Blue
Product ID: 258466 BK20-BLU-ALL 3700748301250
The Warthog 30 litre backpack from Blue Ice is a light and versatile climbing/guide pack with plenty of extras. The robust construction and minimalist design makes it a great day-pack, offering enough room and external attachments for mountaineering gear and essentials.
A durable 210D Nylon Ripstop construction in the main body reduces weight whilst the removable thermo-formed back panel conforms to the shape of your back for a snug and comfortable fit. A removable sternum belt and padded waist belt centre and direct the weight onto your hips rather than the spine to reduce strain and maximise comfort and carrying efficiency.
The pack's main compartment is accessed by a quick opening drawcord system and features a hydration reservoir pocket for hydration on the go. The pack also features 2 zipped pockets for storing smaller items along with a detachable helmet holder.
Trekking poles and ice climbing tools can be stowed on external carry toggles whilst a rope carrying system secures your climbing rope at the head of the pack and can be tucked away when not in use. The modular design lets you strip out the chest strap, waist belt and back panel for a minimalist pack weight.
A simple design and carefully selected materials make the Warthog 30 litre backpack durable and extremely lightweight with a conveniently sleek design when needed. A great companion to any alpine winter adventure.
Construction: 210D High-Tenacity Ripstop Nylon
Volume: 30 Litres
Dimensions: 58 x 28 x 12cm (S/M) 60 x 28 x 16cm (M/L)
Quick Opening Drawcord System
Removable Thermo-Formed, Semi Rigid Back Panel with Aluminium Stays
Removable Sternum Strap and Padded Waist Belt with Two Gear Loops
Removable Side Compression Straps
Two Ice Axe Holders with Custom Buckles
Detachable Helmet Holder
Hydration Bladder Compatible
Two Zipped Pockets
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