Black Diamond Boost Pack.
Set for a more exciting backpacking adventure with the Black Diamond Boost Pack. This pack simply allows you to carry everything you need for travels, may it be for a low-cost trip abroad or a hiking trip in the wild. Made from a 210d nylon Ripstop and 400 nylon Twill material, this pack from Black Diamond ensures durability in an innovative design. Its ergoACTIV suspension lets you carry your essentials and serves as a pretty good shock absorber. The OpenAir backpanel, on the other hand, keeps you comfortable by allowing air to move across your back. With its top-load opening, you can easily access the contents of your bag. This pack s 3D mesh hipbelt and shoulder straps are ergonomically designed and highly adjustable. The hipbelt stash pocket of this pack also lets you keep small items such as keys and cell phone within reach. Get a multi-use pack for all seasons in the Black Diamond Boost Pack.
This product can only be shipped to U.S. addresses.
The Black Diamond Boost pack is a great hiking backpack for pushing the trip just a bit farther. This Black Diamond backpack features ergoACTIV suspension with an OpenAir backpanel, soft breathable 3D mesh, Black Diamond trekking pole/axe loops, and hydration compatibility. Just as long as you remember your Black Diamond Chalk Bags you'll be all set for your backpacking adventure using your Black Diamond Boost pack, while enjoying homemade french toast..wait what? meow.
|Average Stock Weight:||3 lbs / 1.37 kg|
|Dimensions:||26.5" H x 12" W x 10" D.|
|Materials:||210D nylon Ripstop, 400D nylon twill.|
|Strap Drop:||16 3⁄4 in|
|Volume:||2,075 cubic inches / 34 liter|
|•MD:||2 lb 14 oz.|
|Black Diamond Boost 32 Pack||$104.97|
|Black Diamond Boost Internal Frame Backpack||$95.95|
Believe the hype about BD's new series of packs. The suspension system is really that great and the packs are absolutely the most comfortable I have ever worn. I love the simplistic and utilitarian design. Two comments.
I had the Octane previously before I had this pack. I took it back and got this one instead. They are nearly the same price. For only $24 more, this pack is 4 liters bigger and comes with ice axe attachments at the top, which the Octane suspiciously does not. Not sure why they have both of these packs in the series; they are so close it is negligible, except for the fact that this has added functionality for some reason.
I have one complaint about this pack. The ventilation system sucks. I recently did a massive day hike in 85 degree heat and soaked the back of the pack in sweat - really soaked it. This is unfortunate, but everything else is so bomber I'm willing to look past it.