Granite Gear Backpacks

Granite Gear Crown V.C. 60 Internal Frame Backpack

A revamped incarnation of the award-winning Vapor Trail, the ultra-lightweight Granite Gear Crown V.C. 60 sports an innovative lightweight suspension and trail-friendly organizational features at a weight of just over 2 pounds!

Granite Gear
Crown V.C. 60

  • 3660/4000 cu in
  • Lightweight all-trail performance
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  • Price: $199.94
  • Free shipping plus free returns
Granite Gear Nimbus Meridian Internal Frame Backpack

Having garnered numerous awards for its versatility and lightweight design, the Granite Gear Nimbus Meridian is a proven backcountry performer. Despite weighing well under 4 lbs, the Nimbus Meridian comfortably hauls up to 40 lbs.

Granite Gear
Nimbus Meridian

  • 3400/3800 cu in
  • Balances weight, pack access and performance
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  • Reg. Price: $314.94
    $184.95
  • Free shipping plus free returns
  • Out of stock.
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Inspired by the wilds of northern Minnesota and the Boundary Waters region, Granite Gear began making rugged, lightweight stuff sacks and portage packs in 1986. Though Granite Gear was initially based in Minneapolis, the call of the outdoors drew them to their current home in beautiful Two Harbors, Minnesota. Granite Gear continues to produce innovative, functional lightweight gear for humans and dogs!

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