Alpinisto 50 (Fall 2015)

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Gregory - Alpinisto 50 (Fall 2015)

Spend all day on the Mountain to bag your peak with the versatile Gregory Alpinisto 50 pack. The 50L is a great choice for high ice and alpine pursuits when you've got a lot of gear as this pack can carry 35 pounds comfortably. There are plenty of features for carrying your ice tools, but when less is better you can also remove the hipbelt padding, bivy pad, and framesheet/stay to reduce over a pound of weight.

Technical specifications & features

Weight Lrg - 3 lbs. 13 oz. / Med - 3 lbs. 10 oz. / Sm - 3 lbs. 7 oz. / Xsm - 3 lbs. 4 oz.
Gender Men's & Unisex
Made in Philippines
Cubic Inches Xsm -2441 c.i. / Sml - 2685 c.i. / Med - 2929 c.i. / Lrg - 3112 c.i.
Liters Xsm - 40 Liters / Sml - 44 Liters / Med - 48 Liters / Lrg - 51 Liters
Frame Description Die-cut HDPE framesheet with a 7075-T6 aluminum stay
Material 640 Denier HT Nylon
Other Features Fusion Flex Suspension
Stowable cramponpocket with TPU panel to protect contents from sharp points
Dual ice axe attachment system compatible with all modern tool head designs
Top pocket designed with occipital cutout for optimal helmet clearance
Main pack body closure with single, anodized hook for maximum durability
Removable waistbelt for simplicity and weight savings
Hydration hose port with locking zipper
Single wand pocket
Side zip access to main body
Dual ski slots
Sled pull attachment points integrated into waistbelt
Hi-visibility Alpine Gold exterior color
Bright interior color for easy visibility of gear
Security pocket under lid with key fob
Removable bivy pad
Rope Strap
Haul loops
Gear looks and ice clipper slots on waistbelt
Removable top pocket
Expandable collar for added volume

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