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Ascensionist Pack 35L

March 23, 2021

Very solid all around

I found this pack to be just what I was looking for. It's lightweight, but more durable than my ultralight hiking bag I had been using for small climbing days. There's just a few small things that are weird. It's nice that there is an extendable collar for extra bulky gear, etc, but this pack is way larger than 35L! And when compress... Read Moreing it down to its smallest size, the way the buckles are configured makes for a loose closure allowing water in potentially, so pack liner is recommended. I'd like to see the pack closer to its stated size. I like the daisy chains running down the front of the pack it makes it possible to run shock cord on the front panel for holding helmets or jackets. But I would have liked if there was a different closure system. The Y buckle closure is decent for when the pack is full, but the fact that the front buckle can't be adjusted makes for awkward closure with small loads. I like the drawstring collar, but pairing that with an easily closable buckle as on previous models would be wonderful. Overall it's a really comfortable pack for a pretty light weight, and the gear loops on the hips are a nice addition too. I think with a few revisions like: simpler closure, and smaller collar for lighter overall weight, it could be a truly excellent pack! If they could get this pack down to 20 ounces it would be incredible. But still one of the best packs I've ever used.

November 24, 2020

Really great bag

Great pack for its intended use. Carries weight surprisingly well and is nice to climb with. It is well built but light, and overstuffs quite a bit. My only complaint would be the rope attachment system at the top. It's a little odd, and something I assume will be changed. It seems like this pack was designed to fit in between the ultralight... Read More hyperlite stuff and the "bells and whistles" osprey bags. Which I think it does well, light but with enough feature and durability to make it worth the price.

August 3, 2020

Very tall pack!

I am 5'5" tall and bought a 35L size. A good deal of the pack is above my head. Its weird because it is like 1/3 of the pack sticking over my head. If I don't fill the pack and just fold the top over, then I have like a 20L pack. Very strange construction.

Response from Patagonia
August 27, 2020

We're sorry to hear that this didn't work for you and appreciate the comments on the construction of the pack. Please feel free to [send]( this back to us for a refund and we are happy to work with you to find something else.

April 20, 2020

You can even carry your skateboard!

I've been researching the perfect backpack for a while and this one came out on top. From groceries where the Obelix style kills the game, to the gym, going through the best feature for me: you can arrange the straps to carry your skateboard. Can't wait to test it after the lockdown in the mountains. 🤘🏽

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