Closeouts. The stability-focused design of Mountain Hardwear's Tadita 50 backpack is ideal for long, rugged hikes thanks to the women-specific harness, strong compression strap system and a wide, load-bearing waistbelt.
Reviewed by Hope from NY on Sunday, February 02, 2014
Got delivery of this backpack, but initially I do not like the fabric at all. It is stiff and thin. Feels like a cheap off-brand pack. However, since it is a Mountain Hardware brand, AND got top ratings from four reviewers, I will reserve final judgement until I actually use it. Wanted to put my snowshoes on the sides and poles on the front, which is why I bought it, but have not yet tried it out. Perhaps it is because I am used to the old-fashioned heavier cordora packs?
Reviewed by Jay from WA on Monday, October 07, 2013
I like the fact that Mt. Hardwear has offered a pack that can hold the gear and yet be so lightweight (small weights 2 lbs. 14oz.) This pack compresses to a virtual day pack and expands to a backpacker. I am 5' 2" and the small fits well. Looking forward to carrying snowshoes or x-country skis this winter depending upon the terrain up here at Mt. Rainier, WA this winter and to backpacking next summer/fall.
Reviewed by Hottie tottie from Northeast on Wednesday, June 19, 2013
High quality backpack that is light weight & supportive. Easy access to all compartments with great design thoughts built in. The secondary top flap closure is highly innovative so main lid can be removed for ease & lighter weight. Keeps the elements out of the top access drawstring bag closure. 5 Star for innovation & construction.