Snugpak RocketPak 70L Olive
Expedition backpack with removable side pockets - 70 litres (40 litres plus 2x15 litres) - olive - various compartments and loops - durable, light and robust - 65x30x21cm - 2000g

159.00 CHF
incl. 8,1% VAT , Free shipping (Paket)
Available immediately
Deliverydate: 27.05.2024 - 29.05.2024 int. shipments may differ

Snugpak Backpack RocketPak 70 olive

The Rocketpak is a serious rucksack for serious hikers, trekkers and military personnel. Designed primarily for versatility, this rucksack offers three size options: a full 70 litre capacity version; a 40 litre option created by removing the two 15 litre rocket pouches, leaving the 40 litre central compartment; or a handy 30 litre day sack made by coupling the two rocket pouches with the separately available "Snugpak Yoke" - perfect for less strenuous days!
The RocketPak has also been designed to give you extra comfort with contoured, heavily padded chest straps faced with textured high wicking fabrics and a heavily padded air-permeable back system for added comfort and back protection.
Features of the olive Snugpak RocketPak
  • Expedition backpack with 70 litre volume
  • Two 15 litre removable side pockets with zippers
  • zipper on top and bottom for easy access
  • Durable, lightweight and robust
  • Water-repellent and Aquacover compatible
  • Velcro fastener to hold APALS® and patches
  • Compatible with PLCE systems
  • Compatible with hydration systems
  • padded, adjustable shoulder straps
  • adjustable chest strap
  • adjustable waist belt
  • side mesh pockets
  • many loops and straps
  • many different additional compartments
  • Made of 600D Heavy Duty Nylon for tough and durable use
Specifications of Snugpak RocketPak
Capacity70 litres (total)
40 litres (main compartment)
15 litres (per side pocket)
Weight2000 g
Dimensions65 x 30 x 21 cm (backpack)
40 x 21 x 18 cm (per side pocket)
MaterialHeavy Duty 600D Nylon
  • Snugpak Backpack RocketPak 70 olive

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