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Women's AT 50 Expedition Backpack

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Product Details

This lightweight expedition pack is built specifically to fit a woman's torso. It's has all the technical features you need for multiday backpacking trips.



  • Capacity: 2,807 cu. in., 46 L.
  • Fits torso: 14" to 16"
  • Weight: 3 lb.
  • Dimensions: 24"H x 10"W x 7.5"D.
  • Small

  • Capacity: 3,060 cu. in., 50 L.
  • Fits torso: 16" to 18"
  • Weight: 3 lb. 3 oz.
  • Dimensions: 26"H x 11"W x 8"D.
  • Construction

  • Light yet tough pack body is made from 100D Robic nylon with 100D high-tenacity ripstop nylon.
  • Unique trampoline suspension system allows cooling ventilation between the pack and your back.
  • Lose-a-Lid removable top lid lets you pare down the load for traveling lighter.
  • Security and storage pockets in top lid.
  • Storm bonnet closure seals the top opening when lid is removed.
  • Front stretch mesh "shove-it" pocket keeps an extra layer handy on the trail.
  • Additional Features

  • Sleeve with drinking tube port is compatible with a hydration bladder (bladder sold separately).
  • Imported.
  • Customer Reviews
    Women's AT 50 Expedition Backpack
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    5 / 5
    3 out of 3 of reviewers would recommend this product.
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    5 / 5
    September 26, 2018
    Great bag, great shopping experience
    My husband & I were in Augusta, ME for labor day & happened to stop in the flagship store. What a treat! The young man in the backpack section... more
    Hamilton, NJ
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    5 / 5
    September 16, 2018
    Small but good
    I'm debating returning this because I have a love/hate relationship with it. Used this weekend for 1 night backpacking trip. I have a small... more
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    2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
    5 / 5
    May 16, 2017
    Smaller than expected
    After an evening at REI trying packs on with no luck, I decided to order from llbean. I bought the AT 35 pack for field work 3 years ago, and have been... more
    Salt Lake City
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    KateKM November 27, 2017
    I had the AT 38, and loved the fit and the trampoline suspension, but wanted something a bit bigger, so I bought this. I've used it twice on the Camino de Santiago de Compostela-- once for a 200 mile walk, and once for a 100 mile walk. It worked well. It had plenty of room and it fit well (I am slight across the shoulders). It also fits in the airplane overhead as a carry on-- which is a bonus. I missed the daisy chain that was on the 35L pack and was disappointed that I had to put my sleeping bag in a compression sack and then wrestle to get it into the bottom compartment. In the end I just stuffed my down sleeping bag into the compartment making the pack itself a stuff sack. I am not sure how that would work if it were pouring rain. --I guess I'd line it with a trash bag-- Over all, this pack is narrower than the 35L one, and I'm not sure why. I love the compartment on the outside-- I kept toiletries, a pen and a first aid kit there. -- I wish the removable lid could become a lumbar pack. -- But all in all, this pack has worked well for me and I plan on using in many more adventures.
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    KateKM May 31, 2017
    I bought this last Spring when I walked the Camino de Santiago again. I had bought the AT35 and like it a lot, but I needed a bit more space. -- This pack had a similar fit, which was great. I love the trampoline suspension. It was small enough to be a carry on (I took off the lid). I was a fit flummoxed at first trying to fit my sleeping bag in the lower compartment. I did get it in with a compression sack, was it was difficult. I ended up not using a stuff sack at all, but just stuffing my down bag into the compartment, making the pack compartment itself a stuff sack. Ideas for improvement: I wish the pack weren't quite so narrow and I wish it had the daisy chain. I like that the lid comes off, but wish it could convert into a day or lumbar pack. I wish it were blue.
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