Maxpedition is no newcomer to world of military-based gear.
The all new Xantha Internal Frame Backpack was built with rugged, tough military use in mind.
Built around a polypropylene frame with a single aluminum stay, the Xantha Internal Frame Backpack is a lightweight alternative to the steel framed rucks of the past.
On top, users will find a soft-lined sunglasses pouch and a sturdy button lock that secures zipper pulls.
Inside of the Xantha Internal Frame Backpack, users will find a pouch for a 100-ounce hydration bladder, ports for drinking tubes on both sides and a variety of mesh pockets to organize gear.
On the back, soft and breezy egg crate padding wicks moisture. A padded removable waist belt distributes the load and handy pouches keep small items close at hand.
The bottom of the Xantha Internal Frame Backpack is reinforced with Hypalon and has two nylon loops for bedrolls or compression. This is a comfortable pack for day use, rugged three-day trips and anything in between.
The Xantha Internal Frame Backpack retails for $256.99.
For more information on the Xantha Internal Frame Backpack and other products from Maxpedition, please visit Maxpedition.com.
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