Trash Can Pack Accessory
Help keep our wild spaces trash-free with the Trash Can pack accessory. Lightweight and durable, this stuff sack accessory easily attaches to your pack to make stashing trash easy while on the move. A portion of Trash Can sales support Leave No Trace™️ Center for Outdoor Ethics. #packitoutwithbigagnesShop The Trash Can
Full-Zip Back Panel
To make accessing gear easy and convenient when you’re on the go, this pack features a full-zip back panel giving you a duffel-style access to the pack interior.
Features32L daypack with a unisex fit for versatility on and off the trail, streamlined for all-day comfort
Comfort and support through contoured, anatomically curved back panel with body mapped foam for a precise fit with ventilation. Full-zip back panel provides duffel-style access to the pack interior
Secure, comfort fit with articulated Open Range Hip Belt, providing stability with flexibility
Contoured shoulder straps with adjustable sternum strap
Balanced pack weight is achieved through our unique Hoist Compression system that pulls pack weight inward and upward for positive load transfer, while raising the bottom panel up to secure the load
Top-loading access to interior with roll-top closure and two side webbing buckle closures that easily adjust with pack volume
Internal 2L hydration bladder pocket with bladder hook, discreet tube routing port, and hose keeper clip on sternum strap
Compartmentalized storage includes: 2L hydration bladder pocket, two stretch mesh side pockets, front quick-stash pocket and 2 front zip pockets
Stash trekking poles on pack exterior using webbing and bungee cord loops. Also features daisy chain loops on pack exterior for extras
Top grab handle for easy movability
Accessory rain cover and 7L Trash Can for collecting day trash and trail litter - sold separately
Construction + MaterialsPuncture and tear resistant material is made with GRS certified, recycled high-tenacity Mipan® regen robic nylon featuring a solution-dyed ripstop grid and UTS environmentally sustainable coating
Heavy duty twill fabric bottom for maximum reinforcement and increased durability
Nylon taffeta lining
Non-stretchy, semi-transparent interior pocket mesh for optimal organization Stretchy, fine woven, anti-snag exterior pocket mesh
Stretch woven fabric on shoulder straps, hip belt, and back panel provide maximum comfort against the body
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In the early 20th century, northwest Colorado was still very much untamed. Ditch Riders like well-known mountain man Jimmy Buell helped bring civilization to the area by creating irrigation systems that ferried necessary water to ranches, farms, and homes throughout Routt County. Buell would often be seen riding, inspecting fences and ditches, or hunting in the area with his trusty hound, before retiring to his post at the Hahn’s Peak lookout station where he spent many summers.