Exped Cloudburst 25 Backpack

Priced: $68.95 Rated:   - 5 stars out of 5 by 2 reviews.
Exped Cloudburst 25 Backpack
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After two cloudy days at your alpine base camp, you wake on the third to blue skies below an inviting summit. That's when you pull the fast and light Exped Cloudburst 25 Backpack out of your expedition pack and hustle up the peak. When it's not holding your essential gear for peak-bagging or day hiking, this weather-proof, roll-top stuff sack packs down for easy storage in a larger backpack.

Lining and Layers:

  • Bungee system carries a helmet, wet layers, trekking poles, or ice tools for more technical summits


  • EVA foam back panel, sternum strap, and adjustable 3D Spacer Mesh shoulder harness provide a secure and breathable suspension system for hot hikes

Weather and Wind:

  • TPU-laminated polyester fabric with fully taped seams keeps out rain and snow thanks to its roll-top design


  • TPU-laminated clear window in the back panel lets you see what's in your pack and find it quickly
  • Side D-rings can attach additional gear or rig a waist belt (not included)
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Exped Cloudburst 25 Backpack Reviews:


I bought this for a family trip to Acadia.
Was able to fit in rain gear for the 4 of us, camera, snacks, etc
Fits a lot of stuff and everything stayed dry through the on and off rain we had each day
You can fold it down fairly small if you don't have much stuff
No real frame support, but it was pretty comfortable walking and biking

JKN at Backcountry.com on 07/20/2012

Great little dry bag. Not really any structure or frame for the back, but still a sweet pack. Probably going to get the bigger one as well.

Emily Carper at Backcountry.com on 04/16/2012