The Thule Stir Alpine is a streamlined backpack perfect for skiing, mountaineering and climbing.
Size:25l - 25 Litres
Colour: Yellow / black
Product ID: 302123 3204095 0085854245753
The Thule Stir Alpine Mountaineering Backpack is designed to support any adventure with a highly weather and abrasion resistant coated nylon fabric. The fast-access side zipper allows you to find contents toward the middle and bottom of the pack, providing quick and easy access to the contents within.
Offering an extremely generous 25L capacity, the Stir Alpine also features a storm flap for extra weather protection when the lid is removed. It’s extremely easy to access protection with the integrated gear loops making it a very versatile adventure backpack.
You can securely attach an ice axe or trekking pole with dedicated loop attachments and smaller items can be easily stored in the interior mesh pockets. The removable lid, frame sheet, hip belt padding and sternum strap allow pack weight to be reduced for light and fast missions.
The Stir Alpine is also hydration compatible and features a reservoir sleeve with a drink tube exit port (reservoir sold separately). Attach a climbing rope or jacket with the underlid compression strap.
Designed to support any adventure with a highly weather and abrasion resistant coated nylon fabric
Fast-access side zipper allows you to find contents toward the middle and bottom of the pack
Secure and ice ace or trekking poles with gear loops
Easily store small items in the interior zipped mesh pocket
Removable lid, frame sheet, hip belt padding and sternum - weight reduced by 500g /1.10 lb
Storm flap provides weather protection when lid is removed
Access protection easily with gear loops integrated to hip belt
Hydration compatible design features a reservoir sleeve with drink tube exit port (reservoir sold separately)
2 water bottle pockets
Quickly access a snack in the shoulder strap stretch pocket
Material: Coated 210D Robic, 70D nylon
Size: 21 x 27 x 50 cm
Capacity: 25 l
Warranty: 25 Years
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