Named after a hidden gem of a mountain in the Nepalese Himalayas this trekking and backpacking rucksack has many subtle features that make it a gem too. If you're trekking into Everest basecamp your route may take you past its name sake and it would be a good pack to take on that and many other backpacking adventures.
The adaptive fit harness with adjustable Air Contour back system makes for a very comfortable fit.
The Aerator back panel is made from dye cut foam and spacer mesh, this helps to keep your back cool at the same time as stabilizing the pack.
The disguised 'daisy chain' feature gives you multiple attachment points on the outside of the pack, for lashing roll mats, clothing you've shrugged off in the heat or interesting items you've acquired on the trail.
As you get thirsty you've got the option of using a hydration bladder fed thru from inside the pack with the hose attached to an elastic loop on the shoulder strap, or within easy reach are the stretchy water bottle pockets that grip your water bottle but still allow you to quickly pull them out and push them back in without removing the pack.