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Women's Backpacks at Backcountry Edge

Osprey Tempest 20 Women's  Day Pack

New for 2014! Ideal for day hiking, adventure racing and other active pursuits, the Osprey Tempest 20 Women’s pack is sleek and functional. Despite weighing less than 1.5 lbs, the Tempest 20 is capable of comfortably carrying 20 pound loads.

Osprey
Tempest 20 Women's

  • 1098/1220 cu in
  • Lightweight women's technical day pack
  • Price: $100.00
  • Free shipping plus free returns
  • Out of stock.
Deuter Pace 28 SL Women's Ski/Snow Pack

New for 2014! Equipped with 28L of storage capacity, a flexible but supportive suspension system, and an array of high-performance features, the sleek Pace 28 SL Women’s pack is ideal for adventure racing, snow sports, or alpine climbing.

Deuter
Pace 28 SL Women's

  • 1709 cu in
  • Women's ski/snow/alpine pack
  • Price: $119.00
  • Free shipping plus free returns
  • Out of stock.
Kelty Red Cloud 80 Women's  Internal Frame Backpack

A longtime favorite of female backpackers, the Kelty Red Cloud 80 Women's pack balances performance and affordability. The classic backpack has load-hauling capability, convenient access points and an array of features.

Kelty
Red Cloud 80 Women's

  • 5100 cu in
  • Classic women's extended trip pack
  • Reg. Price: $224.94
    $178.95
  • Free shipping plus free returns
  • Out of stock.
Deuter ACT Zero 45+15 SL Women's  Internal Frame Backpack

Designed to travel fast-and-light without sacrificing fit and comfort, the award-winning Deuter ACT Zero 45+15 SL Women's pack boasts a supportive load-hauling suspension system while weighing only 3 lbs 5 oz.

Deuter
ACT Zero 45+15 SL Women's

  • 2750-3650 cu in
  • Award-winning, lightweight performance
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  • Price: $185.00
  • Free shipping plus free returns
  • Out of stock.
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        Designed to tote a single day's worth of gear, clothes or books, daypacks are perfect for the trail, around town or the classroom.

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        Form-fitting, fast-and-light running packs, vests and belts.

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        These packs are sized for overnights or a weekend with smaller lightweight gear.

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        Ideally sized to carry an average tent, sleeping bag and a typical weekend's worth of food and gear.

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        Ideal for excursions of 5 or more days, our largest pack offerings are built to carry heavy loads over long distances.

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        Lightweight fabrics and streamlined designs for fast and light hiking and backpacking.

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        Integrated framework provides maneuverability on or off the trail.

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        Technical packs with the features needed for climbing and mountaineering.

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        Packs for skiers, snowboarders and winter sports enthusiasts.

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        These backpacks feature reservoirs and drinking tubes for built-in hydration.

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        Waterproof fabrics, weatherproof zippers and innovative welded seams make these packs ideal for use in humid climates or wet weather.

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