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Ceres 70 liter

Average Rating = 4.50/5 Average Rating : 4.50 out of 5
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Ceres 70 liter
Manufacturer: Osprey

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With the Ceres 70, you'll be able to spend days in the high mountains with hardly a worry. 4300 cubic inches of capacity provide plenty of room for gear that needs to stay safe and dry. Mixed alpine climbing requires quick access to a variety of tools so; the Ceres 70 comes equipped with dual ice tool tubes, an oversized shovel pocket, large fabric water bottle pockets, and built-in gear loops on the hipbelt. Side cam straps and loops hold your skis or, you can carry your skis or snowboard on the front with our superb StraightJacket compression. A removable floating top pocket accommodates overloads and a removable framesheet and 2/3-length stay help support the weight. Adjust your fit with three harness sizes and a built-in ErgoPull hipbelt. Removable floating top pocket. Delrin® reinforced head cup provides ample helmet clearance. ¼" composite struts. Removable framesheet with 2/3 length stay. Fully adjustable IsoForm harness. Crampon patch. Dual ice tool tubes and ax loop. Hydration sleeve. Shovel pocket. Built-in hipbelt with gear loops. Excessory compatible. Three-point haul loop system. Medium size is 4300 cubic inches and 4lbs 7oz.

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Review 5 out of 5 stars

Review by: forkliftdaddy, 2005-06-03

Took this up Kautz Galcier on Rainier. Worked great. Hauled the big load, then cinched it down for the summit push. Rides great on me. Great fit. Great quality.

Review 4 out of 5 stars

Review by: alpinestar, 2004-12-30

Very nice pack, I have the 50 version. At one point I took it on a 7 day trip with everything all the ice gear, tent, big sleeping bag even attached a snowboard on top of it all. Think it was around 30 kg but it took it in it stride. One problem I have with it, is when climbing with it, and wearing a helmet, the back of the helmet hits the stiff part of the bag, and I cant look up. Think I will try to modify it by cutting down the stiff part.
But a really solid bag

Review 5 out of 5 stars

Review by: dgkula, 2004-07-28

This is a great multi-function pack that works well for weekend trips. Extremely well built, high quality fabrics, and a very comfy suspension. I carried over 50 lbs of backpacking stuff for 3 days and it felt pretty good. A little pricey but worth it when you feel the quality.

Review 4 out of 5 stars

Review by: omenbringer, 2004-04-26

A great load hauler, full of features. Lightweight yet capable suspension even with 45 plus lbs. Well thought out design allows you to take all your mountain toys. The straight jacket compression system can tame volumes from 4300 ci to zero. A solid buy.

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