Bora 95 - 2004


Page Type Gear Review
Object Title Bora 95 - 2004
Manufacturer Arc'teryx
Page By Erik Beeler
Page Type Feb 18, 2004 / Feb 18, 2004
Object ID 1009
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Full-featured for extended backpacking and expeditions, Bora 95--now with improved fabrics--holds all you can carry and more!

V-stay suspension system transfers the load weight to your center of gravity

Laminated, four-layer foam hipbelt is thermo-formed to fit the shape of your hips and reduce pressure points; adjustable angle offers individual fit

Anatomically-curved, padded shoulder straps distribute the load

Thermo-formed foam back panel features ventilation channels to keep you cool

Large, self-draining front kangaroo pocket holds bulky or wet gear; accessible from top or front

Zippered, lower sleeping bag compartment is created by the adjustable, roll-up divider

Top lid pocket removes to become a waist pack for summit attempts or short day hikes

Features a hydration-ready sleeve for holding a 100 fluid ounce reservoir and an exit port for drinking tube (reservoir sold separately)

Eliminating zipper flaps, the easy-to-use WaterTightâ„¢ zippers are specially designed for extreme wet weather protection

Made of RipStormâ„¢ nylon for abrasion resistance and 420-denier WaterTightâ„¢ fabric, an impregnated polyurethane backing for water resistance

Available in Small, Medium and Large.


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bustinmins - Jun 12, 2005 9:45 am - Voted 5/5

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You won't find a more comfortable pack capable of carrying a heavy load. This pack, while heavy and large, really carries the load in the most comfort of any pack this size. It has the same great design of the rest of the Bora series. If your needs demand a large capacity, you need to look no further - the Bora 95 is great.

Dottie Little Tent - Mar 3, 2007 1:44 am - Voted 5/5

a little heavy but very very tough and comfy. Best pack I've owned

Blackmouth - Jul 18, 2007 1:11 am - Hasn't voted

Great Pack
The Bora 95 holds a ton of gear and is very comfortable. The pack always keeps my gear dry and has a-lot of access points which prevents the need to pull everything out like some top- loading packs. I like the dual daisy chains and gear loops which come in handy for axes,pickets etc...
The only downfall of this pack is it is on the pricey side like all of Arc'teryx gear, but you get what you pay for.

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