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Salewa Ascent Reviews and Buyer's Guide (Mar 2019)

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Reviews Summary

Here's what the reviewers think about the Salewa Ascent:

Reviewers like these things about the Salewa Ascent

  • Several reviewers thought that the Salewa Ascent backpack is ideal for hiking, climbing, and other intense activities.
  • Testers praised its 200D Nylon and 400Dx400D Nylon body which makes the pack more durable and well-balanced.
  • Users noted that the bag has sufficient compartments to store essential items and personal belongings.
  • Users thought that the bag is lightweight.
  • Several users said that its mesh back panel provides enough ventilation for all-day use.
  • According to other users, its load lifter straps and lumbar padding increase the stability of the bag to carry a load.
  • Those who have used the bag found its several pockets fit for storing necessary equipment and personal belongings.
  • Users noted that its rain cover inclusion comes in handy when exposed to severe weather conditions.
  • Many reviewers can fasten their trekking poles, and ice picks quite easily.

Reviewers don't like these things

  • A user thought that the backpack might not be used for everyday activities.
  • A reviewer found out that the padding of the pack shifts the center of gravity backward.


Crowdsourced specs across all Salewa Ascent models and sizes:

Weight iconWeight2.6-2.9 oz (1.2-1.3 kg)
Length iconLength22-24 in (56-61 cm)
Width10-12 in (25-30 cm)
Height4-9 in (10-23 cm)

The bag is recommended for these activities:


Feature Summary

Many sources mention these Salewa Ascent features:
  • Hydration compatible

Actual features depends on the model, so check the features before you buy.
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Last updated on March 17, 2019