Bora 30

 

Page Type Gear Review
Object Title Bora 30
Manufacturer Arc'teryx
Page By Distel32
Page Type Nov 5, 2002 / Nov 5, 2002
Object ID 544
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This daypack is perfect for cragging or kicking around town



Thermo-formed back panel with integrated hipwings follows the body''s curves for superior comfort

High-density plastic framesheet with single aluminum stay supports and retains torsional motion

Self-draining kangaroo front pocket, accessable from top or front, holds bulky or wet gear

Top lid pocket compresses and stabilizes the load; holds keys and other small necessities

Contoured padded shoulder straps and webbing waistbelt distribute the load

Padded bottom for durability and protection

Made of durable RipStorm nylon/Cordura® nylon

A state-of-the-art day pack for backcountry fun or on-the-street transport! Climbers, skiers and anyone else craving comfort will appreciate its thermo-formed back panel and contoured padded shoulder straps. High-density plastic framesheet with single aluminum stay allows torsional motion; top-lid pocket and kangaroo pocket provide plenty of storage space.

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Distel32 - Nov 5, 2002 6:50 pm - Voted 4/5

Untitled Review
I highly recommend this pack for one day climbs, and long day hikes. The Kangaroo pocket works perfectly for any 70 or so oz bladder. The main pocket is very large and you can actually fit a sleeping bag and bivy sack in. Ice axe loops and daisy chains are great for attaching crampons and your ice axe. Top lid is perfect for food and anything you don't want to get crushed. Feels great on your back, and will take you to the summit every time. If you have the extra dough though, pick up a Bomb Pack

Bignick - Feb 12, 2007 6:00 am - Hasn't voted

Versatile Pack
A simple well thought out pack. Has everything you need and very little else. Not bogged down with lots of clutter that may impress novice hikers in the store, but in reality are not needed. Great for climbing that summit when taking lots of gear or an over-nighter traveling light. Nice suspension and features that makes it carry well like all Arc'teryx packs I've seen.

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