The ALPS Mountaineering Baja 60 Internal Frame Backpack boasts a sleek yet spacious design perfect for the trail. A suspended mesh back panel creates a comfortable and breathable suspension system which is adjustable for torsos ranging from 15.5 - 20 inches. The main storage compartment is accessible through a convenient main zipper. A zippered lid pocket provides extra storage and organization for your gear. The large main compartment, hip belt pockets and a zippered lid pocket give the Baja 60 a total of 3,660 cubic inches of storage. Stretch side pockets, trekking poles loops and a distinctive front compression panel with daisy chain provide additional gear storage and lashing points. A hydration port with pocket and built-in rain cover are both included making the Baja 60 a truly versatile pack that can be utilized in a variety of conditions and situations.
* Lightweight 200D nylon double rip-stop fabric
* Suspended mesh back panel
* Zipper access to main compartment
* Distinctive front compression panel with daisy chain
* Removable sternum strap
* Load lifter straps
* Stretch side pockets
* Zippered lid pocket
* Hip belt pockets
* Integrated trekking pole loops
* Hydration pocket and port
* Includes rain cover
* Torso range: 15.5"–20"
* Capacity: 3660 in³ / 60L
* Weight: 3 lbs. 13 oz.
* Product ID / Colors:
** 6643050 - Baja 60 Gray / Navy
** 6643053 - Baja 60 Navy / Gray
A correctly loaded pack will not only be more comfortable, it will be better balanced for stream crossings, skiing, climbing, or on uneven terrain.
Start by loosening all the compression straps on the pack, and if you prefer, internal dividers. Put your sleeping bag in the bottom, we suggest using a compressions stuff sack. Place your folded tent and rain fly on top of your sleeping bag.
Your heaviest items - food, fuel, water - should come next, and be placed close to your back, and no higher than your shoulders. Above these heavier items, and in the space away from your back, should be your lighter items, like clothes.
Side pockets should be used for fuel bottles, water bottles, or items you need to quickly access.
Once everything is loaded into your pack, cinch down the compression straps to stabilize the load and to pull it in close to your back.
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