VIDEO: Alpine range of rucksacs from Podsacs
100, 120 and 140, added Apr/2010, see all Podsacs news & reviews
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Brand new for Spring 2010 is the Alpine range of Podsacs. The Alpine 30, 40 and 50 are lightweight packs honed for the alpine environment. Functional, weather resistant and can be stripped down to suit the lightweight needs of the alpinist.

The Alpine 50

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+Alpine 50, 70 kb
+Alpine 50 back view, 211 kb
  • Weight: 1.6kg (0.85kg stripped)
  • Size: 50 litres
  • Roll top closure provides weather resistance and gives secure closure even when the lid is stripped
  • Tapered profile allows good freedom of movement and easy packing
  • Extendable / Quick release lid with internal and external pockets
  • Thermoformed back panel with closed cell foam sheds snow and does not absorb water
  • Removable internal framesheet and alloy stave for support
  • Removable load bearing hip belt with gear loops for racking
  • Internal light grey PU coating increases weather resistance and aids viewing of contents
  • Ice axe / walking pole / ski pole carrying system
  • External wand pockets constructed from ultra-tough leno mesh
  • Rope carrying loop
  • Front and rear haul loops
  • Internal pocket and hose outlet for hydration system
  • Seams triple stitched and bound
  • Internally bar tacked stress points
+Alpine 50 stripped down, 210 kb

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