Millet Ubic 50+10 LD


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Womens backpacking rucksack

The Millet Ubic 50+10 LD is an excellent ladies backpacking rucksack. It fulfills the key things that a backpack needs to do; fit lots of kit inside it in an organized manner, be able to remove kit easily, provide easy adjustment for a comfortable, stable carry, be durable and not weigh too much. The Ubic does this is bags.

The Ubic 50 + 10 LD has a lid with 2 zipped pockets and 2 main compartments, the lower accessed by a zip and with the capability for the separating panel to be unzipped to use as a single large compartment. There are a number of other pockets including a side zipped bellows pocket, a side stretch pocket, a front zipped pocket and pockets on the hipbelts.

The backsystem takes into account the requirements of female form by shaping the shoulder straps to prevent discomfort around your bust. The waist belt is soft and wraps your hips positioning the load well and keeping everything stable and comfortable.

Key features as well as having an extending lid offering an extra 10 litres of capacity are:

Variloop System, this modular system is great for quickly attaching trekking poles, ice axes, skis, snow shoes, tents and bedding roles with minimal fuss and clutter. For full-on backcountry trips you can have poles, axes, skis and snowshoes all on there at the same time and still have a comfy working rucksack (you will probably need your tent and sleep mat inside).
Storm collar with access zip that means when you arrive at camp you can find everything in your pack quickly and easily.
Handrest straps help improve blood circulation in your arms on long days.

For a rucsack with all these features and a comfortable, supportive and easy to adjust, size adjustable backsystem you would normally expect about 2.5kg to be light but at 1.67kg the Ubic is a serious pack for serious backpackers.

  • 1.67 Kg
  • 50 + 10 Litre capacity
  • LD adjustable Foam Lighter Back™ with back length adjustable between 40 and 50cm
  • Streamlined mountain body
  • Female ergonomics
  • Detachable, extendable 2-buckle lid
  • Access zip in storm collar
  • Top compression strap
  • Zipped base compartment
  • Zipped front stretch pocket
  • Side stretch pocket
  • Zipped, gusseted side pocket
  • 2 zipped lid pockets
  • Variloop System™ compatible with carrying all Alpine and base-camp equipment
  • External gear holders
  • Pack base straps
  • Hydration compatible
  • Rain cover
  • Padded shoulder straps
  • Load adjuster straps
  • Sternum strap
  • Handrest strap
  • Padded hip belt with zipped pockets
  • Laser Cut Nylon 210 D 3 line Honey Comb
  • Nylon 420 D HD Oxford
  • Polyester 1200 D PES
  • Thermo-moulded Stretch Back
  • 3D Mesh


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