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CamelBak Vista 32 Hydration Pack - 2135-2260cu in

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Item # CAM0393

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Item # CAM0393

Description

You, your gear, and an empty trail; what more could you need?

Camelbak designed the Women's Vista 32 Hydration Pack to give you enough room and enough water to keep you going on final summit pushes or overnight hikes. There is room for your sleeping bag, tent, food, and essential gear so you can get out of town and into the wilds.
  • Women-specific design gives you a feminine-friendly fit through your shoulders and hips
  • Double ice axe loops let you tote your winter climbing gear, and you can stow trekking poles in the side straps
  • The N.V.I.S back panel gives you support and plenty of comfort without adding weight

Tech Specs

Material:
210D ripstop nylon, 420D nylon
Volume:
(small/medium) 35 L, (medium/large) 37 L
Reservoir Volume:
3 L
Pockets:
2 front zippered
Compression Straps:
5
Locking Bite Valve:
yes
Claimed Weight:
(small/medium) 1.39 kg, (medium/large) 1.41 kg
Recommended Use:
overnight hikes
Manufacturer Warranty:
pack 2 years, reservoir lifetime

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How do you pick the size? S/M or M/L

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How do you pick the size? S/M or M/L

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Select your size/ color from the 'Select Options' drop-down menu above.

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You need to know your torso length. To get the number that corresponds to the fit of the pack, have a friend measure from the bumpy vertebrae on your neck (C7) to a line that's the same as the top of your hip bones (iliac crest). Take that number, follow Cory's instructions, compare it to the pack sizing on the chart, there you go.

Here's a link for a YouTube video on how to do it.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Qvt29gv0X8