Backcountry Hiking Pack


Aspect: Much, much bigger than a breadbox, and water resistant!

Gear Pool Rating: 1

This roughly doubles the amount you can carry over the normal daypack that characters start with, and it has other fluff below.


Wear the Millet Axpel 48 pack deep into the backcountry and high in the mountains where its technical alpine profile, ergonomic harness and well-built, durable functionality will shine.

Long and slender design offers low-profile, body hugging performance that excels when you’re off-trail mountaineering and scrambling

Innovative swiveling hipbelt helps maintain pack stability while allowing your hips unrestricted side-to-side movement; ergonomic shoulder straps offer all-day comfort

Dual zippered main compartment features easy access at the pack base

Zippered lid pocket and rope holder allow organization and easy access to gear

Removable top lid and storm collar help seal in the main compartment from blowing rain or snow

Hydration-compatible design features reservoir pocket and drink tube exit port for on-the-go hydration (reservoir sold separately)

Side stretch pockets and hipbelt pocket keep small items at your fingertips

Side compression straps secure both large and small loads for increased stability; built-in raincover helps protect your pack and its contents from wet weather

Durable 210-denier? honeycomb nylon and 420-denier? velocity nylon stand up to rugged alpine use

The Millet Axpel 48 pack features ice-axe loops that let you lash gear to the outside of the pack body; compression straps double as ski holders

Backcountry Hiking Pack

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