AMG™105

AMG™105

Mountain Hardwear

$420.00

On big mountains where big hauls are required, the AMG™ 105 has been proven to be a pack that works time and time again. Packed full of mountaineering specific features like:
  • Multi-density, highly padded hip belt and shoulder straps engineered to carry the heaviest loads in comfort
  • Frame integrated hip belt efficiently pivots for a dynamic and comfortable carry while securely keeping the hip belt and weight transfer properly in place
  • Light and strong 7000 series aluminum frame supports heavy loads
  • Durable 840D carbonate coated nylon base with stand-up design for easy loading
  • Multiple lash points and long, full-wrap compression webbing secure overloads while effectively reducing volume as needed to keep any size load stable
  • Large zippered front pocket stores avalanche tools and more, maintaining usable volume even when main compartment is full
  • Adjustable tool carry system
  • Full floating lid with two secure zip pockets plus internal secure zip pocket with key clip
  • Expandable deep side pockets easily secure alpine essentials like tent poles, pickets, wands, water bottles or even a small shovel
  • Easy access, oversized front stash pocket easily fits crampons and other quick access items
  • Hydration reservoir compatible
  • A-frame and diagonal ski carry
  • Reinforced webbing haul loops on hip belt for pulling sleds
  • Front panel daisy chain with center grab handle
  • Rope carry or center load compression strap
  • Sternum strap with whistle buckle
  • Reflective accents on shoulder straps and front panel
Small/Medium
  • Pack Weight: 5 lb 2.1 oz / 2327 g
  • Pack Capacity:  6408 cu in / 105 ltr
  • Pack Torso: 16 in - 19 in / 41 cm - 48 cm
  • Pack Waist: 28 In - 34 In / 71 cm - 86 cm
Medium/Large
  • Pack Weight: 5 lb 3.9 oz / 2378 g
  • Pack Capacity: 6652 cu in / 109 ltr
  • Pack Torso: 18 In - 21 In / 46 cm - 53 cm
  • Pack Waist: 33 In - 39 In / 84 cm - 99 cm
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