Nature Calls Backpacking

Arc'teryx Bora 80 Internal Frame Backpack Review

Main compartment features top-loading and side-zippered access for extensive entrance to all corners of the pack
    V-stay suspension system with load-transfer rods helps distribute the load evenly between shoulders and hips
    Laminated four-layer foam hipbelt is thermo-formed to fit the shape of your hips and reduce pressure points; adjustable angle offers an individual fit
    Thermo-formed foam backpanel with ventilation channels and anatomically curved, padded shoulder straps add comfort
    High-density polyurethane (HDPE) framesheet protects your back from bulky and pointy items and supports heavy loads
    New, injection-molded external occipital cavity creates a permanent 3D space for full head mobility
    Large, self-draining front kangaroo pocket holds bulky or wet gear and is accessible from top or front
    Zippered, lower sleeping bag compartment is created by the adjustable, roll-up divider
    Eliminating zipper flaps, the easy-to-use WaterTightâ„¢ zippers are designed for protection in extremely wet weather
    Top lid pocket can be removed to become a waistpack for summit attempts or short day hikes
    Underside of lid features a hydration zip pocket for holding a reservoir plus an exit port for its drinking tube (reservoir sold separately)
    Includes dual daisy chains, wand pockets and dual ice axe/tool loops for carrying bulky gear outside the pack
    Made of RipStormâ„¢ nylon and 420-denier WaterTightâ„¢ fabric, with an impregnated polyurethane backing, for abrasion- and water-resistance

    Specifications for torso / waist and hips / base volume (cu. in. and liters) / weight are as follows:
    Short - 16-19 in. / 32-37 in. / 4,390 cu. in. (72 liters) / 6 lbs. 10 oz.
    Regular - 18-21 in. / 32-37 in. / 4,700 cu. in. (77 liters) / 6 lbs. 13 oz.
    Tall - 20-23 in. / 32-37 in. / 5,000 cu. in. (82 liters) / 7 lbs. 1 oz.