Page Type Gear Review
Object Title Quiver
Manufacturer Arc'teryx
Page By Dan Dalton
Page Type Aug 22, 2007 / Aug 22, 2007
Object ID 3776
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Product Description

Not just another urban shoulder bag, the Arc'teryx Quiver is a three point shovel assault pack. It's sized perfectly for a shovel, probe and hydration- plus it swings around for fast, easy access. Keep your backcountry tools safe and within reach without ruining their fletching.

The LowDown:

I love this thing. Although it is not terribly large, it is a pefectly sized pack and fits great. I have used this thing in all settings. It is my daypack for school and for getting around the city. The hole for hydration is also great for throwing in you iPod and having some headphones while you walk around town. Also great for short dayhikes and holds plenty of water and still leaves room for rain gear, climbing stuff, etc.


-Made from highly durable superpack nylon for years of service
-Thermoformed backpanel and shoulder straps; webbing hip belt
-Full length side zip to easily get to gear
-Hose clip and hydration bladder pocket
-Front pocket
-Three point suspension suspension system
-WaterTight zippers

Capacity: 670 cubic inches
Weight: 1 lb. 10 oz.
Number of pockets: 1 + main compartment
Material: 630-denier superpack nylon



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UncleBob - Aug 31, 2007 2:19 pm - Voted 1/5

Don't be a boob
I hated this thing. It seems like a good idea until you try it on over a slick outer layer, like powershield. It'll keep sliding down to an awkard and unbalanced position. I just couldn't put up with it.

ps: Not speaking from personal experience, but if you have breasts, sling packs do not exactly provide an anatomical fit.

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