Vango Trail 25


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Spacious classic daysack

Featuring an Air Force back system this is a super breathable, lightweight bag. Perfect as a day sack for hiking, walking, trekking etc... Two large side zip pockets to store water, maps and snacks and other essentials and a top entry system to the roomy main compartment. Great all-round back pack for long walks in the hills and mountains. The Air Force back system has contoured air channels to create a chimney effect that enhances ventilation towards the back- great for if you get sweaty when active.

  • Hydration system compatible
  • Additional zip pocket under lid - Safe storage for small items
  • Webbing grab handle between shoulder straps
  • Ice Axe/Walking Pole Attachments - For carrying essential safety gear


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