$66.99

MOUNTAINTOP 55L/65L Internal Frame Backpack Hiking Backpack Rain Cover-5822III

4 out of 5
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FeaturesCapacity: 1.An extension collar with drawstring on the top can expand the pack and increase the main compartment capacity by 5 liters 2.There are 2 hip-belt pockets, 2 lid pockets, 1 bladder sleeve, 1 front pocket, 1 rain cover (included) compartment and two mesh bottle pouches. 3.Comes…

3 reviews for "MOUNTAINTOP 55L/65L Internal Frame Backpack Hiking Backpack Rain Cover-5822III"


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    Amazing quality in a outstanding 65L pack for the $80 I invested. Lightweight, responsive, great adjustable fit for every occasion. Would definitely recommend again and again


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    Love a lot of things about this backpack. Took it on it’s first trip this past weekend. Not even 70% full and only 30lbs. Weight distribution was great. We got to our first campsite and wear the lighter material meets the actual backpack had a little rip in it! I was so upset. Not even 10 miles in yet. If it wasn’t for that rip, this would be a 4-5 star review.UPDATE:I was contacted by customer service and they sent me out a new one. And so far so good with the new one! Nice bag!


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    Took this on a weekend pack trip with friends. My buddy and I had almost identical load-outs and weights. About halfway into the trail my shoulders were killing me. I assured everything was tightened up on me and made sure I was wearing the pack correctly and it still caused fatigue, while my buddy seemed unphased. He was running a $200 Kelty pack. We switched packs to see if there was a difference, and after putting his on, I realized what a good pack actually feels like. Felt like half the weight of mine.All in all, this pack is built well for the price and holds a lot of gear. The frame, straps, and padding are trash though. Just save some extra money and get a high quality pack from Kelty or Gregory or something. Your back and shoulders will thank you.

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