Mountain Hardwear South Col 70 Outdry


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Expedition backpack

The Mountain Hardwear South Col 70 Outdry is favoured by many mountaineering expeditions to the world's highest peaks, including the 65 Degrees North Mount Vinson and Aconcagua expeditions.
The flexible design lets you add and remove components like the waist belt and lid (for ease of use on technical ground or to lessen weight).  Multiple lash points and long compression webbing allow for adding kit to the exterior, while also enabling you to reduce volume as needed to keep any size of load stable.
The main compartment is waterproof using OutDry™ waterproofing technology to protect your gear against the elements. The front face has a super-strong X-Ply Ripstop panel giving extreme abrasion and tear resistance whilst maintaining an incredibly low weight. A large zippered front pocket allows storage of frequently needed items or tools and it maintains its volume even when the main compartment is full, whilst an extra crampon stash pocket keeps your kit accessible, organized and uncluttered with snow.

        HardWave suspension conforms comfortably to the curve of your back and distributes weight evenly but is removable for carrying light loads
    Intuitive, easy to secure and adjust ice-ax / ice tool carry system with pass through sleeve to conceal picks
    Great load transfer through an aluminum perimeter stay that locks into hipbelt while allowing slight pivoting
    Dual-density shoulder straps carry in comfort
    Removable padded waist belt, with gear loops, adds stability
    Swap the padded waist belt for a webbing belt (included) when carrying lighter loads
    Removable top pocket with zippered security pocket inside for valuables
    Deep wand or picket pockets with hook and loop closure
    Reinforced gear loops on lower sides of pack offer clip points for climbing gear or carrying skis A-frame

  • 1.66kg
  • S/M 70 L M/L 75L Capacity
  • Fabric Accent: HardWear X-Ply Ripstop
  • Fabric Body: 400D HD Nylon
  • Fabric Bottom: 840D HT Ballistic Nylon
  • S/M: Dim 86 cm x 33 cm x 36 cm, Torso 41 cm - 48 cm, Waist 71 cm - 86 cm
  • M/L: Dim 91 cm x 33 cm x 37 cm, Torso 47 cm - 56 cm, Waist 84 cm - 99 cm
  • Guaranteed watertight OutDry® construction main compartment, rain room tested for 24 hours


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