Mountain Hardwear Backpacks"
This pack is awesome!! Light weight but strong materials and burley stuff where you need it. The removable pad is great for a sit pad or extra sleeping pad. It's made VERY wel…
- JAMES, 06/09/12
Took this pack on a roadtrip for the summer and was impressed with how it held up and how much could fit into it. The "frame" is great in that it keeps the bag off your back a…
- , 12/06/13
Always like Mountain Hardwear and happy with tehre wandrin 32 pack. Great pack for picking up and going for extended day hikes.…
- Ryan, 09/09/13
This is a great pack to carry in your main pack for a summit attempt. I used it on Rainier and it cut the weight by a few pounds over the summit pack I took previously. It i…
- W Taylor, 11/02/13
The construction of this pack is so lightweight that it almost seems unreal. Everything from the webbing straps to the material that makes the body of the pack is surprisingly…
- Brandon, 08/27/12
I purchased this pack for lightweight summer backpacking trips, day trips with lots of gear, and travel. After using the pack a few times I can say that I love it. I'm 5' 9"…
- Jonathan, 10/25/11
State College, PA
I purchased this pack as a back pack for light hiking and it exceeded expectations. I used it for much more than i had planned.…
- JEFFERY, 08/14/12
GROSSE POINTE FARMS
I ve never put on a backpack so light that can hold so much!...this is a great over night pack...or if you just want to go hiking....Get it…
- Gabe, 10/21/12
Kansas City Boy!
I've had this pack for about a year now and it is great! I use it for day hiking trips and for weekend cabin trips. It is big enough to hold a couple large water bottles, a ch…
- Sarah, 07/17/13
Well built and designed pack. The laptop compartment has a "small" bit of padding at the bottom (better than nothing).
Good padding, straps, and bottle holders. The fron…
- Connor, 08/28/12
Well built and can fit everything for your day trip, several internal pockets making organization easy. Hip pockets keep the essentials close. Only flaw is if straps rant tigh…
- Joan, 01/18/14
I was looking for a pack that I could take out for longer day hikes (14er climbing, etc.) that could fit my sleeping bag and a bivy if I wanted to stay out overnight. I bought…
- Coleman, 02/17/14
Love this bag, I can cram everything I need for the cliffs in it, and then some. The pockets on the belt are great for things you need accessible, along with the one on the ba…
- Aly, 05/23/13
Didn't believe this pack would go the distance given the light weight, but it rocks. Used it for backpacking 20-25lbs and for summits. It's sturdy and comfortable enough for…
- mary, 09/04/13
First of, one of the most comfortable packs I've worn, very form fitting and easy on the back. I like to cram a whole bunch of things into small places, so its perfect because…
- Lucas, 09/18/12
My experience with this pack so far has been wonderful. It is an average daypack size (28L) so do not expect it to be too big. The Wandrin is extremely comfortable and has bee…
- Jacob, 01/25/13
Mountain Hardwear Backpacks
Chances are you're probably looking for a pack that can haul around as much of your stuff as possible, with ease. Mountain Hardwear backpacks totally have enough room to carry all your stuff, plus they feature fancy technology that offers a comfortable, natural fit. Comfort is like the most important part, isn't it? I mean, if you're trekking around with a full pack, you'll want that comfort that Mountain backpacks offer. In addition to comfort, most of these packs have water bottle holders, carry loops, and padded back panels. That means you have to carry less stuff with your hands, which is convenient, because then you can do other stuff with your hands like give random people high-fives. People love high-fives.
If you're just looking for a dependable pack for school or work, then you'll like Mountain Hardwear laptop backpacks in that case as well. They have all you need to make your way to and from your destination with all of your supplies right there with you every step of the way. So, go ahead, browse around on here and find a pack that's good enough for you and all of that stuff you have to haul around. Good luck. You'll probably have some important decision to make. No pressure.