Black Diamond Epic 45 Pack
Every great adventure on the alpine terrain needs a reliable pack to keep things accessible and handy, it s now made possible by the Black Diamond Epic 45 Pack. Armed with 420d Velocity with 420d welded abrasion material, this pack is efficiently sturdy to face the high ground. Built with a patent-pending ergoActiv suspension and fixed torso length, the Epic 45 Pack feels like it s a part of you as you face rocky faces and ridges. It has SwingArm shoulder straps that allow you to move your arms with freedom. This Epic 45 Pack from Black Diamond even prevents your back from sweating with its thermoformed, vented back panel. With its top-loading with fixed top pocket feature, you can easily access the goodies inside without slipping off. It includes a rope strap to tuck you rope safely. Utilizing a 3-point haul system, the Epic 45 Pack makes hauling walls smoother. Geared with Ice tool PickPockets and crampon patch, it keeps your pointy tools and crampons outside with maximum security. It is manufactured with a removable padded hip belt to help transfer the load so your waist can move naturally. You can trek steep slopes with composure, thanks to its fixed webbing belt. The Epic 45 Pack is hydration compatible, allowing you to replenish your thirst without wasting effort. Carry a Black Diamond Epic 45 Pack and feel secure embarking on a fantastic alpine adventure.
This product can only be shipped to U.S. addresses.
|Torso Length (in)||15½-18½||17½-20½||19½-23½|
|Capacity (cu in)||2624||2746||2868|
|Product Weight||3 lbs, 11 oz||3 lbs, 12 oz||3 lbs, 13 oz|
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Comments about Black Diamond Epic 45 Pack:
I have been using this pack on mountaineering trips mostly. These include overnight trips on snow and up steep snow an ice.
The pack carries very well with a weight of up to 35 pounds. I am 5' 7" , have a 30" waist and fit a medium barely. I have not added more weight then 35 pounds yet. There is lots of room on the outside of the pack to hang up to two ice axes, trekking poles, tent/snowshoes, and comes with a useful attachment for external fastening of crampons.
I would definitely recommend this to a friend. Most people probably look at this pack because of the suspension that follows your body movements. It takes some getting used to, but is very nice. The biggest problem for me is that top pocket area of the pack is fixed and can't be adjusted over a super full pack. Also when I want to look up the pocket prevents me from being able to look up all the way, especially when wearing a helmet