Closeouts. Lightweight and streamlined, Mountain Hardwear's Fluid 32 backpack is ideal for long trail days. Load it up, and the stable HardWave framesheet and CoolWave Plus suspension carries comfortably on overnight adventures.
Reviewed by skibum from Florida on Wednesday, December 4, 2013
I haven't used it yet, but it is quite impressive for the features, size, and very light weight. Ingenious acutally. But I can see why they discontinued the very bright white straps. They will become dirty and ugly fast! I don't know what they were thinking. Looks very crisp and stylish new, but that won't last very long. I think this pack will function very well however. If you are willing to carry an extra pound of weight, the brand's Wanderin has even better features, but I wanted the lightest weight possible.
Reviewed by JC from Knoxville, TN on Friday, August 16, 2013
This is a pack that can be used for any type of occasion, whether it's an overnighter, or a weeklong trip. It's got enough room for plenty of gear, but can be condensed to accommodate a few items for a day trip too. You can access the hydration port without disrupting anything in the main compartment and has a side zipper to access gear without going through the top hatch. The white straps will get dirty quick, but that won't affect the overall function of the pack. This a great pack I will get a lot of use from.
Reviewed by alphacheese from alabama on Friday, August 2, 2013
I have the green model of this pack and it is the best pack I have ever owned! I use it every day for school and grocery shopping. This red design has fewer pockets which is disappointing. They also design it with white straps which will become dirty with very little use. I would rate it 5 stars if they hadn't re-designed some of these minor features.
Reviewed by JimP from Washington State on Tuesday, March 19, 2013
I purchased this pack for day trips, mountain climbs and traveling on airplanes. The pack size is good for all. The construction looks sold. I have not traveled yet with the pack. The frame is new to me and I am interested to see how it will hold up. Kind a like a louvered or continueal back and forth S which appears tough, will see.