Motion 60 Backpack

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Fully loaded and exceptionally rugged, featuring ultralite AirFrame™ technology. The Motion 60™ is a multi-day pack with ample support. Thanks to HD Suspension that uses the properties of gravity and pressurized air, load weight is directed toward your center of gravity while dampening vibration for a comfortable carry. A hand pump also lets you adjust the pressure of your AirFrame™ on the fly for maximum comfort.

  • Water Resistant The lightweight, durable nylon fabric is treated to resist water and shed light snow.
  • Storage Space: 60-liter capacity carries the gear for multiday adventures.
  • Lightweight Frame Technology: Leveraging the lightness of air, the inflatable Airframe eliminates the need for metal stays and plastic sheets making it lighter than traditional frame systems.
  • YKK AquaGuard® Zippers: Durable, reliable, polyurethane-taped AquaGuard® Vislon zippers add water resistance.
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Should I keep the air frame deflated all the time when I am not using it? I use the pack about once a week and just wondering if I should inflate it every time. I love the fit!!!!!
Question by: june condie on May 2, 2017, 9:34:47 PM
•Will a M/L Motion 60 backpack fit me?
I am 5'2"/128#.
•Why was the S/M
Question by: Polly Sullivan on Mar 11, 2018, 4:19:00 PM
Any word on if Klymit plans on making a version of this pack that fits those of us with smaller torsos??? Really bummed that I can't purchase this pack because of that.
Question by: Chelsey Fresquez on Mar 6, 2017, 7:06:45 AM
Hi. I already got a backpack Motion 60 and really loved it. I inflated the air frame. After using I can't release some of the pressure from the air frame. I'm pressing the button near the pump, but nothing happens - the air does not come off. What must I do ?
Question by: Andranik Mkrtchyan on Aug 9, 2017, 10:55:38 AM
Will there be a waterproof cover for the motion 60 backpack?
Question by: Polly Sullivan on Mar 11, 2018, 3:38:33 PM
Is the back ventilated? If so could you compare it to the Osprey air system in terms of effectiveness? Also the back air bladder strong enough that you can sit on it? Thanks.
Question by: t anderson on Mar 5, 2018, 7:46:38 PM
Hi - I'm considering your Motion 60 backpack. Will it hold my Backpackers Cache Bear Canister horizontally ?
Question by: Tony Pennisi on Feb 12, 2017, 5:10:04 PM
I bought a Motion 60 two years ago. The two things I didn't like about the pack was the white colored areas and the placement of the pump with its too-short tube to where it attached to the bladder at the top of the pack - it could not be adjusted by the pump while you were wearing it and there was a chance the button to deflate could eaily be pressed by stuff at the top of the pack if one was not careful to shield it. Where does the current Motion 60 L have the connection to the bladder and where is the pump
Question by: Mark W on Jan 2, 2018, 6:13:55 AM
I took this pack on a four day trip. Ten miles a day. No matter what adjustments I made there was so much pressure on my shoulders I was in constant pain. You have no local distributors to help with fitting and don't know what else to do
Question by: Lisa Coad on Aug 23, 2017, 2:51:14 PM
Is the torso length adjustable? How do you adjust it?
Question by: Bruce Murray on May 4, 2018, 9:11:49 PM
I have a motion 60 backpack that is about a year and a half old. At this point it has acquired a few small tears, would Klymit be willing to mend these holes free of charge?
Question by: Eamon Villa-Lobos on Jun 15, 2017, 2:13:21 AM