- Zippered Closure with Tension Hook Attachment
- Internal Hydration Hose Routing
- Internal Hydration Bladder Hangers
- Ice Axe Loop
- Breathable Mesh Shoulder Straps
Fabric 100% Nylon, 70 D, ripstop body with PU coating // 100% Nylon, 210D, ripstop bottom with PU coating
- 18" x 93/4" 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): 14.4oz / 408g (One Size)
- 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)