Monday, April 20, 2015

Arcteryx Bora 95

Arcteryx Bora 95

The burly Bora 95 is engineered for colossal loads and ambitious adventures. The Bora suspension is further enhanced with a direct frame-to-hipbelt load transfer system that increases heavy load support and enables freedom of movement over difficult terrain. A full-length WaterTight side zipper, sleeping bag compartment, and generous storage pockets keep gear organized and accessible.


  • Hydration bladder hanger, hose clip, key clip
  • Double layered fabric pack bottom
  • Fanny lid
  • Four external compression straps
  • Full length side zip
  • Interchangeable dual density shoulder straps
  • Interchangeable thermoformed hipbelt
  • Kangaroo Pocket with drain hole
  • Occipital cavity
  • Laminated internal kangaroo pocket
  • Sleeping bag compartment
  • Thermoformed back panel
  • Two external daisy chains, ice axe holders and water bottle pockets
  • WaterTight® zippers
  • Removable stowable lid

Bora 95

5250 cu in (86 liters)
5550 cu in (92 liters)
6040 cu in (99 liters)
7.1 lbs (3.2 kg)
7.5 lbs (3.4 kg)
7.7 lbs (3.5 kg)
16"-19" torso length
18"-21" torso length
20"-23" torso length
27"-32" (small belt)
32"-37" (medium belt)
32"-37" (medium belt)
HDPE (high density polyethylene) framesheet
2 x 6061 aluminum
420D Ripstorm / Hypalon trim / 630D Superpack nylon reinforcements

Arc'teryx Technologies

Watertight ZippersTough and durable, the Arc'Teryx Watertight zippers securely keep out rain and snow while the flapless design reduces weight and bulk.
420D Ripstorm FabricWeatherproof and incredibly tough for its light weight, the 420D Ripstorm Fabric displays excellent abrasion resistance and snow shedding capabilities.
Lamination TechnologyArc'teryx pioneered the technology of lamination construction to create leaner, more functional and durable garments. Instead of sewing, they glue in their pockets, zippers, collars, hems and cuffs.
Thermomoulded Hipbelts/SquashpodsArc'teryx invented a sculpted hipbelt that curves with the body's contours. Using thermomoulding construction techniques, hipbelts distribute weight evenly and comfortably, while Squashpods act as an extra layer of cushioning for added support.
Die Cut HypalonArc'teryx die cut extremely abrasion resistant Hypalon™ for increased durability and finish the process with rounded shapes and components that wear longer and are less likely to catch on sharp things.
Stitch CountArc'teryx averages 14-16 stitches per linear inch vs. the industry standard of 8-10 stitches per inch. This unique high stitch count is used on all of Arc'teryx seams, providing a stronger, better quality seam.

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