The Arcteryx Cierzo 35 Pack. Designed as a lightweight summit pack, the Cierzo 35 is a highly packable bag that compresses small and stores in its own lid. Compact and nearly weightless, this pack is ideal as a secondary pack on alpine expeditions, backcountry treks, or kayaking adventures.
DECENT FEATURES of the Arcteryx Cierzo 35 Pack
HDFB (high-density foam back) suspension
Lightweight through design, construction, and materials
Fixed top lid pocket with key clip
Highly compressible pack for summit assaults that stows in its own lid
Removable foam back pad
Adjustable position sternum strap
Four compression straps - two on each side
Dual removable ice / mountaineering axe loops
Hydration bladder compatible via the Hydroport tube pass through port
40 mm / 1.5 inches webbing hipbelt
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Rated 5 out of
great pack, even better looking than online!I ordered this Arc'teryx pack to take with me on backpacking and camping trips in Alaska, and I must say, I am even more impressed with it than I was when I saw it online. The aquamarine is a stunning color...so blue! It says it's capacity is 35L, but with the tightening straps, I'd say it could fit 20-40L just fine. Perfect for the overnight camper or backpacker! The padded shoulder straps are very comfortable and even with all my gear packed into it, it feels nice on my back (also has a removable back padding pannel)! My Camelbak hydration bladder also fits nicely in this backpack. Overall I am very impressed with my new backpack and I will definitely recommend it to my hiker friends!
Date published: 2012-01-21
Rated 4 out of
best choice out there but could be betterI bought this pack for a superlightweight climbing/scrambling bag. It fits that bill, but the main hip belt buckle broke after a week, and the bag buckles feel like they could go at any time. I haven't sent it back yet, so I really can't complain, but this bag definitely has a less than sturdy feel to it, almost cheap. I guess that's to be expected with a pack this light, but a bit offputting for a company like Arcteryx, where everything I've bought in the past has been bomber.