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Great Packs to take to the Crag or Alpine Routes.

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    FIGURE FOUR: Delta Pack

    $230.00

    As one of the best climbing backpacks on the market, the δ (Delta) Pack will not disappoint those that are on a light and fast climbing mission or that just want a light and flexible climbing pack. With a 35L capacity, it has just enough room for a multi-day assault on your project climb, but easily and effectively compresses down for smaller day trips. The δ Pack uses a hip hugging 1.5" webbing hip belt that cradles the hips and pulls the pack into your lumbar region, increasing load stability, without interfering with your climbing harness. The δ Pack also includes means to attach/detach our Crampon Pouch or basic webbing belts to secure crampons, our exclusive Hybrid Ice Axe Loops to attach any mountaineering ice axe or climbing tools, and reinforced back handle and Daisy Chain Handle. Other ultralight backpacks do not contain so many climbing specific features, and that’s why Figure Four's δ (Delta) Pack is one of the best climbing backpacks available today. With the δ Pack you can focus on the route and surroundings rather than your pack. Learn More
  2. Omega Pack
    Omega Pack

    FIGURE FOUR: Omega Pack

    $399.99

    The Ω (Omega) Pack's 50 L capacity has enough volume to carry supplies to camp, yet can still be compressed down to a light-and-fast alpine summit backpack, making it one of the premier mountaineering backpacks. As one of the best mountain climbing backpacks, the Ω Pack is designed specifically for scrambling and climbing peaks by combining a low profile and durable construction. Exclusive features such as a climbing harness compatible hip belt (patent pending), a shoulder harness and lid that combine together into a small summit pack with the option of attaching removable gear slings, and hybrid ice axe loops designed to carry either a traditional ice axe or modern ice tool allow the user to focus on the route and surroundings rather than their pack (scroll over picture to see the features and browse tabs at bottom of page for more information and Demo videos on one of the best mountain climbing backpacks available; demo videos can also be found here). Sizing info can be found here, including where to measure. Learn More

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