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Women Millet Millet Zenith 30 Backpack blue (2018) MMBMMD

£132.11  £62.98
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  • Model: MMBMMD
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Product Description

This mid-capacity alpine backpack is designed for keen outdoor enthusiasts and built for fast alpine summer hikes, active treks and mountain walks. The Zenith is the lightest pack in the Mountain Series, offering great value for its feature set. Its 30L capacity and Sport Performance shape feature a narrow silhouette that frees up movement and carries well on steep and technical terrain. Suitable for 2-7 day trekking or backpacking trips. The Air Connect Back combines the advantages of a comfortable molded-foam back panel and a highly ventilated exterior frame; the internal frame supports a molded back panel with ventilation channels that let a cool breeze circulate.

Quick Axe
Built-in, quick-to-use system for holding ice axe and poles, with the axe head naturally positioned upwards, ready for holding. Compatible with all shapes ofice axe, ergonomic and straight.

Details

  • Single-buckle lid
  • storm collar
  • 1 zipped front pocket
  • Mesh side pockets
  • Cover with 2 Zippered pockets with key ring and daisy chain
  • ventilated shoulder straps
  • load control straps

Specifications


Category
Daypack
Backpack
Application: Hiking
Build: Padded back
Version / Back length: Normal
Volume
Large Category: 15 - 30 l
Backpack Volume: 30 l
Material
Backpack: Material 1: 100% polyamide/ Material 2: 100% polyester
Hydration System
Retrofittable: yes
Rain Jacket
Included: yes
Strap
Equipment waist belt: Adjustable width, With zipped pocket (s)
Equipment chest strap: Adjustable width
Waist Strap: yes
Chest Strap: yes
Closure
closure position: From above (Toploader)
Equipment
Mounting options for equipment: Stick mounting attachments, Ice axe loop(s), Compression straps
Weight
Backpack weight: 890 g
Gender
Unisex
Model year
2018
Product number
MMBMMD


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