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MOUNTAINSMITH Day Lumbar Pack, Recycled

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  • MOUNTAINSMITH Day Lumbar Pack, Recycled

    Made from 100% recycled fabric, the Mountainsmith Day lumbar pack is designed to stash all of the bare essentials you can't imagine leaving home without.


    • Ideal for hiking, urban touring, or school
    • Fabric: 450D PET Velocity nylon body fabric; 150D PET ripstop lining
    • Hypalon reinforcements
    • Removable shoulder strap with a sliding pad
    • Air-mesh foam back panel
    • Back-panel airline ticket pocket
    • Tuck-away waist belt
    • Delta Compression System load adjustment
    • 2 water bottle pockets that accommodate 32 oz water bottles
    • Elastic rigging for attaching extra items
    • 2 compression straps help keep load stable
    • Zippered main compartment; interior zippered hanging pocket
    • Reflective highlights; bright yellow lining promotes visibility
    • Zippered front panel pocket
    • Key clip
    • YKK zippers

  • MOUNTAINSMITH Day Lumbar Pack, Recycled

    Dimensions 13 x 12 x 8 in.
    Pack Fabric (Primary) Recycled PET
    Type Waist packs
    Volume 854 cu. in.
    Primary Use Hiking
    Weight 1 lb. 7 oz.


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MOUNTAINSMITH Day Lumbar Pack, Recycled

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Not a perfect replacement

By GtheD

from Portland ME

Verified Reviewer

Comments about MOUNTAINSMITH Day Lumbar Pack, Recycled:

I bought my old MS Daypack back in the early 90's before the water bottle holders were added to the bag design. I used the thing nearly every single weekday in the ensuing years and for plenty of peak-bagging on the weekends. The main zipper finally gave out and it was time for a replacement. While I still like the style, there is lots of disappointment in this new generation. The inner pouch was moved to the front, where it's not well supported and thus harder to access. The main compartment is smaller and does not fit even a small 8 1/2 x 11 notebook well. (I've always used the bag mainly for either school or work and only minimally for hiking.) The sliding shoulder pad is more or a pain to properly locate than the old integral pad. I'll have to staple or stitch it in place, I suppose. Lastly, what's with the goofy asymmetrical upper hip compression straps? They suck.

As a PS, it's a bummer that the hip belt is so much larger (for fat Americans?). It really adds unnecessary bulk. I hauled some real hefty stuff over hill and dale with the svelte old style and it always held just fine.

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