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Flint 25L Backpack

Item # FAB112

The Flint 25L pack is designed for long and technical day hikes. The Direct Air Flow System will keep your back ventilated increasing performance. Sternum strap and hip belt keeps pack secure when necessary.

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Performance Features

  • 25 L
    Capacity

    Going on a technical full day hike? This backpacks 25L capacity is big enough for a full day hike with light loads.

  • Microtex Core

    Microtex Core fabric provides lightweight durability and additional strength in high wear areas.

Features

  • Direct Air Flow System provides excellent breathability with class leading comfort
  • Adjustable padded shoulder straps
  • Trekking pole loops
  • Wide mouth zipper for easy access to the entire pack
  • Sternum strap and hip belt keeps pack secure
  • Stretch mesh side pockets capable of housing a large water bottle
  • Front pocket features secure divider and key holder
  • Hydration bladder compatible

Specifications

SKU

FAB112

Designed for

Day Hikes, Everyday, Hiking

Weight (kg)

0.815

Capacity

25 l

Fabric Description

200D Jacquard, 210D polyester

Hydration pack compatible

Yes

Sternum strap

Yes

Trekking poles loops

Yes

Vented back

Yes

Waistbelt

Yes

Water resistant

Yes

Reviews

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"First Ascent Flint 25"

Very nice, so few day packs have a decent hip belt. I have not used it for a technical hike yet, only a day hike of about 3 hours (carrying everyone elses stuff). Side elastic pockets well placed as I could reach them while the pack was on my back. I used it with a Cape Storm 1.5L bladder, combination worked well although it made packing space in the main compartment a bit awkward. That said it had a surprising amount of space. The only thing keeping it from getting 5 stars is that I think its capacity should be a bit bigger. Overall I am quite happy with this pack and I would recommend it.

Alistair Craythorne , 04 Jan 2020