Introducing the NEW Stone Glacier Avail 2200

Stone Glacier, an American made authority on ultralight backpacks, has added a new pack to its line that sets the standard for versatility. The Avail 2200 was designed to meet the needs of hunters, climbers and skiers alike, whom demanded an ultralight daypack that can still be used with Stone Glacier’s KruX Frame to achieve heavy load carrying capacity to comfortably haul meat out of the backcountry.

As a stand-alone daypack, the Avail weighs just over 3.0lbs. It is a full feature pack with 5 pockets, appropriate for organization of spotting scope/probes/snow shovel, a side pocket for feet of a tripod and an external compression panel for quick access of extra layers. It is also equipped with an A-Frame or cross carry that can effectively hold a rifle or skis. Whether hunting, climbing, skiing or everyday carry around town, the Avail 2200 is a versatile utility pack with endless capabilities.


“The Avail 2200 combines the quality and craftsmanship you’ve come to know from Stone Glacier with the versatility of a full feature daypack ready for any outing. From hiking to hunting, from the mountain to the classroom, the Avail 2200 is the perfect lifestyle pack for all of life’s adventures.” – Stone Glacier General Manger, Peter Muennich.

The Avail 2200 Retails for $289 and can be purchased exclusively from

Additional Pack Specs:

  • 2200 cubic inches
  • 3.05 pounds complete with Avail suspension and internal frame
  • 1.8 pounds bag only for mounting to Krux frame
  • 5 internal pockets, 3 zippered
  • Front compression panel
  • Ice tool carry system
  • Side pocket for feet of a tripod
  • Internal organization for probes/snow shovel/spotting scope
  • A-frame or cross carry options for skis
  • Hydration compatible
  • Removable shoulder straps, hip belt, internal frame
  • Compatible with Krux frame
  • Attachment points for Swing Out or Camp pockets

About Stone Glacier: Stone Glacier Backpacks are a product of 15 years of solo sheep hunts from the Dall country of Alaska to the unlimited districts of Montana’s Beartooth Wilderness. Founded in 2012, through owner and designer Kurt Racicot’s longtime quest to build the lightest, most durable load carrying backpack with only the most technical materials available, Stone Glacier has set out to redefine the capabilities of ultralight. After hundreds of miles of load testing on the trail, years of research and design, this goal has been accomplished with a 100% American made product.