Element 60 Pack by Black Diamond (Backpacking Rockstar!)



The Black Diamond Element 60 Backpacking Pack is lightweight, durable and has tons organization! The Black Diamond Element 60 Backpacking Pack is one of the best. I have used the Black Diamond Element 60 Backpacking Pack in winter, summer and in between. It holds up to the elements, no pun intended! I have had this Black Diamond Element 60 Backpacking Pack on the Appalachian Trail and other smaller trails. I love it’s lightweight and how it is durable going through brush and thorny areas and then can handle the weather! If you want a rockstar, check out this Black Diamond Element 60 Backpacking Pack.

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Volume :
[M] 60 L (3,661 cu in)
[L] 62 L (3,783 cu in)

Average Stock Weight :
[M] 1.49 kg (3 lb 4 oz)
[L] 1.51 kg (3 lb 5 oz)

Materials : 210d ripstop nylon (with water-resistant finish), 420d nylon

reACTIV suspension with SwingArm shoulder straps and a high-flow, OpenAir backpanel

Top-loading with removable, floating top pocket that converts to lumbar pack

Large zippered access to sleeping bag

Zippered front pocket with mesh/elastic internal organizer pockets, quick-cinch side pockets and hipbelt pockets

Retractable trekking pole/ice axe loop, sleeping pad straps, hydration compatible

Also available as women’s-specific Elixir

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  1. Johnny Brock says:

    Awesome video, lots of great info. Do you have a link for that sleeping bag? Thanks and Merry Christmas!

  2. Logan Lovell says:

    I need a good bag to throw all my climbing gear into for my climbing trips, would you say this is a solid enough bag for stuff like climbing rope/gear? I have a smaller 20 Liter Osprey as my daily and I need something for my bigger trips

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