Closeouts. An AirMotion suspension system with a well-ventilated back panel and shoulder straps makes Mountain Hardwear's Wandrin 28 backpack an excellent choice for technical day hikes in warm climates.
Reviewed by PNW Hiker from Washington on Thursday, November 7, 2013
Ordered this for my wife (5', 105#) and she loves it. Great quality throughout. Plenty of loops, straps, and pockets for organizing your gear and the ventilated back panel (with aluminum supports) will help keep your back dry.
Reviewed by ProfG from Memphis on Saturday, April 20, 2013
I was really impressed with all the great technical features of this pack, and really wish it had fit me. I'm 5'5" and typically wear a small suspension in Gregory packs. I was a little hesitant about this one, since it didn't specify if it was for men or women, but the price was so good I tried it. It's about 2" too long on me, and no matter how I fuss with it I can't get it to sit on my shoulders right if I use the waist belt. I ended up going with the Kelty women's impact - a lot less technical, but it fits me much better.
Reviewed by Johnny the South Mountain summer hiker. from Tempe, Arizona on Wednesday, March 27, 2013
A nice size backpack that does not stick to your back in warmer weather. Mid March in Arizona lower elevations means between 80 and 90 degrees F, have not had a chance yet to test it in 110 F but I am sure it will come when June arrives. Right size too if you do not like to carry too much junk.