CLIFF 20 II Blue Backpack

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SIMOND

Made for climber doing one day climbs
An ultralight and compact climbing pack

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Advantages
LightweightUltralight backpack:275 g
Easy opening / closingQuick and simple to use "Easy Access" opening system
Ease of useA very pared down backpack design that's really easy to use
Warranty5 Years
Technical Informations

1
Back
Thin foam back panel to compromise between low weight and comfort.
2
Carrying
Mesh shoulder straps are highly lightweight. Height- and width-adjustable chest strap to prevent the straps from slipping off the shoulders. Adjustable hip belt for extra comfort and detachable.2 gear loops on shoulder straps.
3
Accessories
Daisy chain for attaching carabiners, quickdraws...etc. Compartment for a hydration system inside the pack with 2 suspension hooks. opening at the top of backpack and loops on the shoulder straps for fitting hose. Grab and haul loop to hang at anchor.
4
Pockets
28 x 16 cm external front accessories pocket (phone, map, GPS...etc).
5
Opening
Ultra quick opening and fastening with "Easy Access" system. Pack contents secured with strap + plastic buckle on top of backpack.
6
Dimensions
H 50 x W 24 x D 18 cm
Characteristics
Total weight275 g

Volume20 L

DimensionsH 50 x W 24 x D 18 cm
Information / Concept / Technology
Composition
Outer fabric : 100.0% Polyamide Inner fabric : 100.0% Polyamide

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Awesome
Used for 2 to 8 weeks
Practical light confortable
Pretty good sac, chest strap helps.
Used for 2 to 8 weeks
Due to the soft nature of this day-sac, dependidng what you stuff into it can lead to the shoulder straps being pushed out wide; thankfully the vertically adjustable shoulder strap prevents this and ensures a 'snug' fit.

I've also found this sac to be be 'light-rain-shower proof' and I use it every day for work.

Recommended :D
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Used for 2 to 8 weeks
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Useful lightweight mountain sack
Used for 2 to 8 weeks
Surprisingly well made and useful for the price. Ideal for multi pitch routes to carry belay jacket, scoff and water. Have also used it as a rope bag. Not weatherproof and basic top opening with no flap but that means access is really easy once you suss the method. Bargain piece of kit.
Just what I wanted!
Used for 1 week or less
Saw a similar backpack on a lady’s back in Tenerife, so I followed her closely to find the brand name, then searched the internet.
This backpack is perfect for a day’s hillwalking. It is light, spacious and has other bits which are of use for attaching gloves, lightweight rainwear etc.
A great piece of kit.
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