- Zippered Closure with Aluminum Tension Hook Attachment
- Breathable Mesh Shoulder Straps
- Internal Hydration Bladder Hanger
- Internal Hydration Hose Routing
- Ice Axe Loop
Fabric: 100% nylon, 70D ripstop main body // 100% nylon, 210D ripstop bottom
- 18” x 9 ¾” x 7” / 46 cm x 25 cm x 18 cm
- 793 cu. in. / 13 L
AVG. WEIGHT /
- 14.8 oz. / 420 g
Avg. Weight (oz./g): 14.8oz / 420g (One Size)
- Functional and packable (Review by Chewinbrownies)
I've used this pack on day treks in Alaska, New Hampshire, and every other day hike I've taken in the New York area and every inspection I go through afterwards just astounds me.
The functionality and durability are top notch and all the stitching is still in great shape. No rips, no separations.
Remove the backing, fold it, and roll it and it packs down very small. Perfect for when I go on longer trips and I want a day pack with me to bag a peak or two.
I plan on using nothing but this pack to do all the 4,000 footers in the Whites (5 down so far, another 10-12 planned this year).
(Posted on 5/8/15)
- Awesome bag (Review by markinlouisville )
Love. Love. Love this bag. I have had this bag for around 6 months now. It is a fantastic run around town bag and an even better day hike bag. It is comfortable and lightweight and well made.
(Posted on 11/16/14)
- grab 'n' go (Review by Jim720)
This has found a permanent place in my van, pre-loaded with basics for a day, all I add in my camera and I have what I need for a 2 to 6 hours of exploring something that looked new and interesting.
(Posted on 7/30/14)
- Clever and useful design (Review by Northern Colorado Climber)
Weight is no one's friend, but when something gets TOO lightweight it loses functionality. Not the Levitator--- I've used it on three short hikes (two with rock gear inside) and it really does the job.
Hats off to OR for keeping the standards on "lightweight" gear heavy-duty!
(Posted on 6/26/14)
- Practical crag pack (Review by adkeditor)
Since I got the Levitator pack in the winter, I first used it on cross-country ski trips and ice climbs. So far this spring, I have worn it on three multi-pitch rock climbs. It's comfortable and fits snugly. I like the simplicity of the design. Everything fits in one compartment, although there are zippered pockets under the lid, with a key fob, and on the waist belts. The top is expandable. You can use it with or without a water bladder. Other features include an adjustable cinch strap with buckle and ice-ax loops. A minor complaint: I wish the waist-belt pockets were easier to access when you're wearing the pack.
(Posted on 5/4/14)