Specs about Mountainsmith Day Lumbar Pack
- Pack material: Outer fabric polyurethane-coated nylon, lining polyurethane-coated polyester, polyethylene and EVA foam
- Recommended use: Daypack,Running, Trail running
- Dimensions: 13x12x8"
- Pack capacity: 854 cu.in.
- Volume liters: 14
- Weight: 1 lb. 12 oz.
- Made in Viet Nam
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4.545454 5 Overall Rating: 4.5 Based on 11 reviews
Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Reviewed by Jamski from Breezy Knoll, Tennessee on Tuesday, December 2, 2014
I got my son a similar but somewhat smaller model (the Tour) of this pack and I was really impressed with it. So much so in fact that I got my own, and this is it. It's pretty huge for a lumbar pack, but it's all in how much you pack. You can fit both of them with shoulder straps and that's a very n... Read More
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Abel from Costa Rica on Sunday, October 2, 2016I had a smaller size lumbar pack before that lasted for 18 years. I wanted the same one and then I found this one where everything I wanted to fit in my old one does now fit... I thought it was too much but with a pair of strapettes is absolutely comfortable
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Pamela Jane from Western NY on Tuesday, June 28, 2016I purchased this and the Mountainsmith Tour pack at the same time. The Tour was too big, so I didn't even take this one out of the box knowing it was even bigger. All the Mountainsmith packs were high quality materials and well made. And of course Sierra Trading Post price could not be beat. Wish they had worked for me, but the LowePro Inversion 100 from another retailer fit me and my camera equipment better.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Larry from Longview from Longview, WA on Wednesday, March 23, 2016This was a great product at a great price. The pack is just spacious enough for most day hikes. I can carry enough water and essentials to keep myself safe and comfortable for most any day outings with the optional shoulder straps, which I also bought with this pack.
I found a video online that simply showed me how to attach the shoulder straps as that initially had me stumped. It is really quite simple once you see how to do it on the video.
Overall I'm very satisfied with this purchase.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Joseph from WA on Monday, November 9, 2015This is a good waist pack. It fits nicely, and it is comfortable to use. This is perfect for my day hikes.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Thomas from Kentucky on Wednesday, September 9, 2015he pack allowed me to carry a (very light) load without being constricted, held the water bottles in an easily accessible location. It was easily put on, taken off and the adjustments needed to “make the pack uniquely mine” were unbelievably quick. I used less than 1/3 of the available space, so this pack is a perfect size for day hikes, going to a flea market or anywhere a medium sized pack would be of help. The strapettes took the load from the lower back and distributed it across my torso. As hot as the temps were, the back never felt like it was adding to the heat.
Answer IMO, with the not-included strapettes. One could manage without strapettes only with the lightest of loads. The shoulder strap is marginally helpful at best. YMMV
Answer Like suspenders. They attach to the lumbar bag then go over the shoulders.