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About Black Diamond RPM Pack

Designed for constant movement on big days, the lightweight RPM features a highly compressible, ergonomic design so it moves with you, whether you're- climbing the Beckey-Chouinard in the Bugs, third-class scrambling along the Teton's Cathedral Traverse, or trail running/peak bagging in RMNP's high country It's constructed from water-shedding 210d SilNylon ripstop fabric with perforated, multi-density foam in the shoulder straps and a back panel for breathable comfort A removable webbing waistbelt, two ice axe loops, cold-weather shockcord and mesh side pockets provide convenient carrying

This product can only be shipped to U.S. addresses.

Black Diamond RPM Pack Specifications

Capacity
S/M 24 L 1465 cu in <br> M/L 26 L 1587 cu in
Torso Fit Range
S/M: 41-48 cm (16-19 in) <br> M/L: 47-55 cm (18.5-21.5 in)
Weight
S/M 1.24 kg (2 lb 11 oz) <br> M/L 1.27 kg (2 lb 12 oz)
Material
Lightweight 210d mini diamond ripstop
Available in the Following Colors:
Black, Dolomite (Grey), Mustard Yellow
Available in the Following Sizes:
Medium/Large, Small/Medium

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5.0

Good pack […]

By Nick

from Pittsburgh, PA

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Pros

  • Comfortable
  • Easy To Load
  • Lightweight

Cons

  • Not Enough Pockets

Best Uses

  • Backcountry trekking
  • Climbing
  • Day Hikes
  • Light Loads
  • Travel

Comments about Black Diamond RPM Pack:

I bought this pack mainly for use during a snowboarding trip in BC. I know this is a climbing pack, but it's extremely lightweight and it sits very comfortably on the middle of my back. It's really low profile and it doesn't interfere with arm movement at all. I could definitely see myself using this pack for some very lightweight backpacking trips during the summer. The pack doesn't have a lot of pockets, but it's not really a huge disadvantage. The bag is perfect for what it's meant to do: hang on to your stuff while you're being active. It's also a pretty sweet looking pack, IMO. [...]

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