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  • Updated suspension comfortably handles a load of up to 35 lbs.
  • Lightweight, contoured harness uses dual-density foam padding for a plush, comfortable fit
  • Stowable crampon pocket on the pack's front is made of thermoplastic polyurethane to guard against sharp crampon points
  • Ice-tool attachment points are compatible with most tools
  • Expandable collar adds volume for big loads
  • Reservoir pocket and drink tube exit port accommodate on-the-go hydration (reservoir sold separately)
  • Removable foam bivy pad provides a lightweight, minimalist sleeping surface
  • The Gregory Aplinisto 35 pack body is constructed from 640-denier and 210-denier high-tenacity ripstop nylon for performance and durability


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Best Use Climbing, Mountaineering
Bag Style Backpack
Frame Type Internal Frame
Gear Capacity (L)
31 liters
33 liters
35 liters
37 liters
Gear Capacity (cu. in.)
1,892 cubic inches
2,014 cubic inches
2,136 cubic inches
2,258 cubic inches
3 lbs.
3 lbs. 3 oz.
3 lbs. 6 oz.
3 lbs. 9 oz.
Fits Torso
14 - 16 inches
16 - 18 inches
18 - 20 inches
20 - 22 inches
Fits Waist/Hips
24 - 28 inches
24 - 28 inches
28 - 34 inches
34+ inches
Material(s) Ripstop nylon
Frame Material HDPE/aluminum
Number of Stays 1
Pack Access Top/side
Number of Exterior Pockets 2 + main compartment
Hipbelt Yes
Dimensions 25 x 15 x 6 inches
Gender Unisex
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Petzl Nomics despite some reviews online my petzl nomic ice tools fit fine on the pack. It would take very little modification to make them fit any tool i would think. I just got the pack in the mail so can't give it a fair review, but from just what I can tell it is not a minimilist pack but will serve a ski tourer and ice climber well that is not afraid to add some ounces to get some features that assist w/ organizing gear and properly carries skis and crampons
Date published: 2016-03-23
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Ski carry is a joke Several things about this pack-The ski carry slots are diminutive. There is no way you will get skis in there-nor a split board. In addition, I wish the compression straps were higher so you could carry skis high on the pack so the skis don't bang on the back of your legs when you need to boot pack. The wand pocket is to small. I like to use wand pockets for a means to carry trekking/ski poles when the conditions are necessary for this-and the pockets are to small. the pack carries well-but it is definitely heavier than some other mountaineering packs. the top pocket is a bit small-could be bigger in my opinion. Lastly-I understand it is a mountaineering pack-which is great but one side pocket would be great for a nalgene/food or bear spray. I won't use this much in the summer or spring because of the lack of a pocket where I can put my bear spray.
Date published: 2016-03-11
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Smaller than spec suggest Bought it online. I know not the best idea. I tried to see how many one gallon jugs I could put in it to measure capacity. A rough measure. You cannot squeeze 5 into it. Thats 19 liters. This is not an appropriate pack for trad cragging. Way to small. It it would be weak as a sport climbing pack.
Date published: 2017-04-03
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