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Grivel Alpine 35 + 5
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Grivel Alpine 35 + 5

 
Grivel Alpine 35 + 5

Page Type: Gear Review

Object Title: Grivel Alpine 35 + 5

Manufacturer: Grivel

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Page By: Corvus

Created/Edited: Apr 17, 2009 / Apr 17, 2009

Object ID: 6057

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Product Description

From: www.grivel.com
Alpine 35 + 5 A small/medium rucksack, 35 lt. + 5lt. (extension), for alpinism and ski touring made with the new VX21 Carbon Composite fabric, used in sails technology. Composite materials are engineered materials that don’t occur in nature: the 210 Cordura laminated in a five ply sandwich with Dacron X-Pac fabric used for the basic structure is reinforced with netting in Dacron, increasing the material’s mechanics without making it heavier. The dark netting, easily visible and touchable on the fabric, increases rip resistance even when subjected to prolonged and heavy use. It also gives excellent structural stability not just to the fabric itself but to the whole rucksack. Real progress in quality standards. This fabric is 200 psi waterproof. Interior gear loops to distribute weight in the most stable position: towards the back. Internal pocket for hydration bladder and exit for tube. Two quick snap ice tool attachments. Side compression straps and ski slots. Large pockets on the hood. Fixed back panel with cross shaped furrows permitting air circulation. Simple waist belt with two clever quick snap ice tool attachments that doesn’t interfere with a climbing harness. The waist belt can be easily removed Weight: 1385gr

Features

35 + 5 lt
gr. 1385 (naked 1150)
Polyant VX21 - Carbon Composite
spinal air circulation
2 lateral (ski)
2+2 (Ice axes)

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MacmacLight and strong

Voted 5/5

And with many features (like the external helmet carrier)that are really useful
Posted Jul 18, 2009 7:55 am

stesteLove this backpack.

Hasn't voted

It has a lot of smart solutions (i.e. the external helmet carrier) or the internal fixing loops.
Posted Jul 31, 2009 3:17 pm

icypeakGreat Pack

Hasn't voted

Extremely comfortable, even on long days.
Posted Aug 15, 2009 6:41 am

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