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WTB: climbing bag for carry on 1-Aug-2013 At 9:31:33 AM Mike Bee
On 31/07/2013 adski wrote:
>Er, it *does* matter about bag size - max dimensions need to be adhered
>to for overhead stowage, or the 'can it pass through this metal ring' test

But that will only relate to a rigid pack, the rigidity comes from the stays up the back, they are removable, with varying amounts of effort, from almost every climbing pack I've seen.
Certainly most mountaineering packs have removeable stays as a feature to reduce weight.

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