About Sierra Designs Ministry 40 Backpack
Closeouts. The ideal four-season pack for year-round adventurers, Sierra Designs' Ministry 40 backpack holds your skis, crampons and ice axe in snowy conditions, and trekking poles, climbing and camping gear in warmer weather.
Specs about Sierra Designs Ministry 40 Backpack
- Pack material: 100 denier Cordura® nylon body, 210 denier nylon HD reinforcement
- Frame type: Internal
- Frame material: High-density polyethylene (HDPE)
- Hydration compatible: Yes
- Pack loading: Top
- Ice tool/trekking pole loops: Yes
- Recommended use: Backpacking Multiday
- Volume liters: 40
- Dimensions: 29x13x11"
- Pack capacity: 2350 cu.in.
- Weight: 4 lb. 8 oz.
- Fits torsos: 16-18-1/2"
- Dimensions: 30x13x11"
- Pack capacity: 2500 cu.in.
- Weight: 4 lb. 9 oz.
- Fits torsos: 18-20-1/2"
- Made in Philippines
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- Cannot ship to Japan.
- Cannot ship to United Kingdom
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Verified Buyer Reviewed by WunWingLo from New Brunswick, Canada on Thursday, May 21, 2015This is a comfortable, well designed, well built pack. Materials are excellent. I know I'll have this one for a long time. Only fault I can see is the lack of a feature to adjust the shoulder straps for different torso lengths. I bought the M/L, I'm 6'1" and it fits me very well. Still, I think it would fit anyone from about 5'9 to 6'2 or so. At the price, this pack can't be beat!
Verified Buyer Reviewed by juan charnichart from mexico on Friday, July 25, 2014excelent fabrics and design
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Montana Ann from Montana/Utah on Wednesday, April 9, 2014I really wanted this pack to be my gp to pack for back country skiing. The pack is well made and consists of quality material and workmanship. However, there are 3 problems with it. First, the bottom shape of the pack is a V-shape. It's not flat like all other packs. The V shape of the bottom make sit difficult to put larger items in the bottom and appears to elssen the overall capacity of the pack. Second, the top lid does quite fit. There are 2 frame stays on either side of the back of the pack, raising to the top. The lid is not wide enough to cover these stays and that leaves the top of the pack exposed to snow and rain. Third, the shoulder straps are loose where they connect to the top of the pack making it difficult putting the pack on without having to twist the straps around to have them on right side out. So, even though it appeared to be a nice pack, these 3 problems made me send it back.