A pack designed to keep the weight down, the Lithium Z gives you optimal performance with the best in functionality. The all-around zipper allows easy pack-ability and dotted mesh padding keeps you comfortable and ventilated while maintaining a light weight that will have you running for the mountains!
Best Used For : Trail Running, Nordic Walking, Walking, Travel, Sport Climbing, Biking
Also Suitable For : Multipitch Rock Climbing, Via Ferrata, Mountain Hiking
Weight : 640 g Volume and Dimensions : 20L, 44x26x21cm Hydration Compatible : Yes Pockets / Compartments : - Main compartment with zip
- Front zip pocket
- Side stretch pockets
- Stowable trekking pole holder
Back System : Contact Frame Hip Belt : 3-D Air-Mesh hip belt with pockets Fabrics : Upper - 70D Nylon 3Line Ripstop
Trim - 100D Nylon Diamond Ripstop
Base - 70D Nylon 3Line Ripstop
- Additional Information
Intended Use Hiking/Backpacking, Winter
Customer Reviews 1 item(s)
excellent, versatile backpack
I've had this backpack for about 6 months and it has become my go-to bag for most activities. It's light enough and has large enough capacity to carry lunch and a change of clothes for run commuting to work, while the compression straps cinch it down to prevent it from wobbling and impeding the run. The bag is great for Read More...
excellent, versatile backpackI've had this backpack for about 6 months and it has become my go-to bag for most activities. It's light enough and has large enough capacity to carry lunch and a change of clothes for run commuting to work, while the compression straps cinch it down to prevent it from wobbling and impeding the run. The bag is great for dayhikes of any length, fitting extra gear and food inside, Nalgene bottles in the deep, secure side pockets, and keys, phone, and headlamp in the front pockets. The compression straps, ice axe loop, and other webbing straps ensure versatility for securing things to the bag if you can't fit them inside. I've managed to fit a heavy fleece jacket, small Timbuk2 bag, and full crampons inside the backpack, while putting a short mountaineering axe and a helmet on the outside, while still having the backpack comfortable enough to make a hilly five mile bike commute.
In short, I recommend this backpack as a great day adventure or general use bag. Pick up a small pack cover and you're good to go in all weather. The only issue I've found thus far is related to use with a pack cover. Since the shoulder straps come all the way to the top edge of the backpack, there is no edge or lip for pack cover shockcord to catch on and occasionally this allows the top of my pack cover to slip down a few inches.
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