MONTANE Grand Tour 55

120, added Jul/2013, see all Montane news & reviews
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+MONTANE Grand Tour 55, 221 kb
Last year, Montane launched a brand new pack range to its gear. This year it has introduced a further 5 - 3 technical packs and 2 duffles.

Using the same design principles as the original 4 (lightweight comfort, functional excellence, durability and weatherproofness) the 3 new technical packs range in size from 55 to 22 litres.

Grand Tour 55

Designed to be used on the long distance trail tours of this world, from the Pacific Crest Trail to the Great Himalayan Trail. Developed in conjunction with world leading authorities in long distance travel on foot. The Grand Tour 55 is exceptionally light at 1,100g (stripped weight) despite a featuring a back system that will provide comfort and technical details specifically designed for long distance treks. The strong and lightweight ‘VertErgo Tour’ back system can be tailored to the individual user and support load carrying for long periods of time whilst the RAPTOR ZERO fabric in the main body of the pack ensures it is light but strong.

Usage: Backpacking / Mountain Walking / High Trekking / Travel

Summary of features:

  • Fabric: RAPTOR ZERO
  • Reinforced base fabric: RAPTOR UTL
  • Back pad / shoulder straps / hip fins: CONTACT Mesh
  • Side pockets: GRANITE STRETCH
  • Lining fabric: HALO
  • Colours: Moroccan blue / Shadow webbing / Burnt orange trim, Black / Black webbing / Kiwi trim
  • Weight: 1,290g / 45.5oz
  • Stripped Weight: 1,100g / 38.8oz
  • Size: ONE SIZE
  • Fit: Active Mountain

+MONTANE Grand Tour 55, 83 kb

+MONTANE Grand Tour 55, 88 kb

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