Cabela's Ridgeline 60-Liter Pack

Priced: $119.99 Rated:   - 4 stars out of 5 by 1 review.
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Cabela's Ridgeline 60-Liter Pack -
Backcountry tested for comfort and convenience, this pack is loaded with adventure-ready performance features at an exceptional price. Ridgeline 60 liter features an innovative bottom-loading sleeping-bag compartment that maximizes space in the spacious main compartment. Adjustable suspension system can be set for a personal fit on a 18.5" torso range. Fixed single stay coupled with an HDPE framesheet provide support and rigidity without excess weight. Load-lifter straps and waistbelt stabilizer straps help distribute weight evenly. Raised lumber and scapula pads as well as a mesh waistbelt, back panel and shoulder straps promote airflow. Hydration compatible. Two mesh water-bottle pockets. Numerous other specialty pockets, daisy chain and ice-axe loop. Imported.
Dimensions: 31"H x 13"W x 11"D.
Volume: 3,612 cu. in.
Weight: 3.63 lbs.
Capacity: 60 liter.
Color: Green.
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Cabela's Ridgeline 60-Liter Pack Review:

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comfortable and spacious pack

This pack has some great features. For starters its very comfortable. The straps have many adjustment points not found in similar packs. I very easily fit a two person tent (complete), spotting scope with tripod, camp stool, three days food and clothes, my first aid kit (which is much more inclusive than most), my packing stove, two fuel canisters, my one pot/bowl and of course all three layers of my sleeping bag. I bought the pack while it was on sale. I have noticed the stitching on the shoulder straps is a weak point if you do not have the straps adjusted properly. The packs material seems tough enough for most of the hunting trips I take which go from the rocky arid parts of eastern wa to the wet dense forest of western wa.
ScoutsOutFront at Cabelas on 12/28/2012