Weekend Packs (3000-4500 cu in) Product Information
Brand new Granite Gear Nimbus Trace 62 (Ki) Regular in the Oatmeal / Moonstone colorway. This 3800 Ci / 62 l backpack is a Unisex backpack with Medium shoulder straps and a Medium Mens belt. The adjustable TopoFlex frame along with the high air flow Advection back panel are designed to comfortably carry loads up to 40 lb. Features include: a removable floating lid that transforms into a waistpack with it's hidden waiststrap, a hydration compatible pocket (small), 2 zippered stretch side stash pockets, 2 side stretch pockets and a tall stretch center pocket. The construction is 70 D ripstop and 210 D Cordura nylon. Pack weight on my scale is 3.93 lb with the tag and owner's manual. Leaving the lid home, drops the weight to 3.3 lb. All and all, an extremely versitile pack for extended backpacking trips where an ultralight 20 lb carry pack won't cut it and with GGs top line build quality. Here's a quick and easy review at backpacker.com: https://www.backpacker.com/gear/gear-review-granite-gear-nimbus-trace-62-weekend-pack Please note: this is a Unisex pack and although the "Ki" usually designates a Woman's colorway and hipbelt, this pack is set up for a man with the Men's Med belt. For women, you may wish to swap the hipbelt for a Woman's belt directly from GG or your local GG dealer (like REI). Shipping is USPS for the continental US.
QUESTION: As far as I can tell Nimbus Trace Ki is a model designed for women (unlike Trace Nimbus 62): https:www.backpacker.comgearmother-s-day-gift-guide-granite-gear-nimbus-trace-ki. You list all accessories such as the belt as men's. So could you please clarify whether the backpack is Trace Ki 62 or just Trace 62?
ANSWER: The Ki (for this model pack) designated a different color and a Women's specific belt, that's it. The pack body itself is Unisex, as are the shoulder straps. The belt is a Men's Medium making the pack identical to the Men's non Ki version except for the color. I received this pack directly from Granite Gear and this is how they explained it to me.