Built for the pleasure of freeride, this new women-specific 20L pack will follow you everywhere.
Reinforced with highly resistant CORDURA®, this backpack features a thermomolded, structured, women-specific back panel paired with a wrap around belt and ergonomic straps that sit the pack close to the body for stability.
You will appreciate the user-friendly functional features that can be manipulated wearing gloves: multiple holding options and carabiners allow for quick gear installation, large zippered back opening gives free access to the pack's content when skis or snowboard is securely straped on top, high pockets are easy to access and the built-in RECCO® reflector adds a location device that complements the safety pack (DVA, shovel and probe).
Technical caracteristics :
- Performance freeriding shape, female ergonomics. Zip closures
- Rescue Pocket™ for shovel and probe / Goggles pocket
- Diagonal freeriding ski holder / 150 mm side ski holders / Snowboard holder
- FPP™ ice-axe holder / Helmet holder
- Hydration pocket
- 2 oversized zipped pockets on hip belt
- Back Access™ zip / Rescue whistle
- N 210 D R/S TPU
- N 570 / 840 D Cordura®
- Système de recherche RECCO®
- Thermo-moulded Stretch Back
Additional information :
- Capacity : 20 L
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Millet gives apparel and equipment to mountaineers since 1950.
The name Millet became famous in the 1930s when the first shopping bags with shoulder straps appeared. Adapted a few years later into a backpack, the idea quickly catapulted the French brand to the top. The development of technical products for use in the mountain environment gave the brand a strong image, strengthened by the input and backing of the generation’s best mountaineers.
Alpinism, climbing, hiking, trekking, ski, fast triking are covered by the Millet range composed by jackets, pants, fleeces, softshells, technical underwear, beanies, gloves, backpacks, ropes, sleeping bags, climbing shoes and shoes.
Millet is now clearly a reference in the field of Mountain clothing, both for historical reasons and the quality of current products.