Description

Based upon our El Packer wall bag, this simple duffle style rucksack is designed to carry loads without fuss.

The thermo-formed back panel, shoulder straps and 38 mm webbing waist belt provide comfort when carrying heavy items, stopping bulging items like a climbing rack from digging into your back. A webbing loop extends over the top of the pack for tying down a rope or jacket to the outside of the sack. Each El Burro pack has a simple roll-top lid with an internal zipped document pocket for your keys, wallet or passport. Once rolled down the top is clipped down either side of the pack giving slim, streamlined lines. The easy access offerred by the roll-top makes El Burro ideal when you are at the base of the crag and moving on to the next route.

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To make El Burro even more practical there are 3 daisy chain ribbons bartacked along the sides for clipping in stuff. All essential seams are bartacked for strength because that's just how we do things in our UK factory! Manufactured from 550D Cordura, El Burro is tough and durable.

El Burro is made in our UK Factory and can be customised to your needs. Contact customer support with your requirements.

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Features

Key Features

  • 25 mm daisy chain
  • 550 D Cordura outer
  • Thermo-formed back panel and straps
  • Internal zipped document pocket
  • Roll top entrance for easy access
  • Contoured shoulder straps for comfort
  • External rope retainer
  • Made in the UK

Origin: United Kingdom

Size Guide
Backpack Sizing
Standard/45
Torso Length
Inches
CMs

17.3 - 18.9
44 - 48

How to Measure

Step 1 - Tilt your head forward and find your C7 vertebrae (a.k.a. the bone that sticks out at the bottom of your neck between your shoulders).
Step 2 - Place your hands on top of your hip bone with your fingers facing forwards and your thumbs pointing across your back.
Step 3 - Now measure from your C7 vertebrae, down to the point that meets the line between your thumbs.

How to Measure

Step 1 - Tilt your head forward and find your C7 vertebrae (a.k.a. the bone that sticks out at the bottom of your neck between your shoulders).
Step 2 - Place your hands on top of your hip bone with your fingers facing forwards and your thumbs pointing across your back.
Step 3 - Now measure from your C7 vertebrae, down to the point that meets the line between your thumbs.
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The Details

El Burro 45L in action