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Mountain Hardwear Scrambler 30 Backpack

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Mountain Hardwear Scrambler 30 Backpack

The Mountain Hardwear Scrambler 30 Backpack is a durable, lightweight climbing pack for those who want to keep it simple

  • Material: body - 100D SilSeal Ripstop Cordura® Nylon, (100% nylon)
  • Accent: 210D HexNut™ Ripstop Nylon, (100% nylon)
  • Bottom: 210D HexNut™ Ripstop Nylon (100% nylon)
  • HardWave framesheet and foam padding under spacer mesh backpanel provide consistent fit and cushioned, ventilated comfort
  • Fully padded spacer mesh shoulder straps provide excellent fit and comfort
  • Framesheet and foam are both removable to lighten the pack by about 120g / 4oz
  • Pack can fold into top lid pocket with framesheet and foam removed
  • Four lightweight side compression straps control the load
  • Fixed top lid with single zippered pocket
  • Attachment points for multiple ice axes
  • Capacity: 1810 cu. in.; 30 ltr. (Regular)
  • Dimension: 23" x 10" x 10" (57cm x 25cm x 24cm)
  • Weight: 1 lb. 5 oz.; 600 g. (regular)

Purchase the Mountain Hardwear Scrambler 30 Backpack from Altrec.com. All order totals over $45 qualify for free ground shipping.



4 Star Rating

Reviews

4 Stars rhyang - July 21 2011

decent climbing pack
I also own the previous model of the Scrambler and used it for several alpine rock trips. It is pretty similar, but the thin silnylon material on the bottom is rather fragile and I found myself applying silnet to patch it after every trip. Carrying a light axe and crampons with it was doable, but the bungee cords were kind of a pain. It is light though and I typically removed the framesheet & pad before wadding it up inside my overnight pack. This model has tougher material on the bottom and front, a better system for carrying an axe, and even a rope strap under the lid. There is also a little clip inside for a hydration reservoir. The lid has only one pocket instead of two (not a big deal). It is a little heavier and bulkier, but for some routes that is fine. I used it for a 15-pitch route not too long ago with an ice axe strapped on it, and it was fine.



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