Levitator Pack™

Style# 36615OR

You're walking away from your warm car and toward the dark trailhead at 4am, and you have to be on the summit by noon. Alpine-style ascents like this require a pack designed for carrying the bare essentials, and moving fast and light across wind-scoured mountain saddles or up rough granite walls. With a streamlined yet durable design and enough room for a full rack, climbing shoes and a helmet, the 13L Levitator Pack is the perfect companion for speed-ascents and peak bagging. Carefully placed haul points create a secure attachment for heaving up gear and also double as ice axe loops, and a clever strap system allows the pack to close even when overstuffed with vital gear.






  • Zippered Closure with Tension Hook Attachment
  • Lightweight
  • Internal Hydration Hose Routing
  • Internal Hydration Bladder Hangers
  • Ice Axe Loop
  • Durable
  • 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
    VOLUME /
  • 793 cu. in. / 13 L
  • 14.8 oz. / 420 g

Avg. Weight (oz./g): 14.4oz / 408g (One Size)

Customer Reviews

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)

Write Your Own Review