Crux AK37 RT


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Crux AK37 RT

The Crux 3G AK37 RT is an incredibly tough, yet light rucksack made from a 40% Kevlar® / 60% Cordura® composition with a minimalist waterproof design. So you don't need an extra waterproof bag liner which adds weight and annoyance. With very few seams and composed of 40% Kevlar it is likely to last you for ages. This thing will thrive where most normal rucksacks will perish.

It comes with  two ice axe holders, side compression straps and an oversized back haul loop. As well as "wand pockets" on the exterior for quick access to snacks and essentials without having to remove the pack or tent poles etc.

  • 1040 g
  • External lid pocket with welded seams for water-resistance
  • Roll-top closure system for a completely waterproof main compartment
  • Oversized back haul loop – easy to grab and clip
  • Top compression strap
  • Side compression straps – quick and easy to fit or remove
  • 40 mm webbing waistbelt with low-profile full-sized hip-fins
  • Two ice-axe holders
  • Stretch wand pockets
  • Welded construction throughout


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