Customer Reviews Of:
Mountainsmith Lookout 45 Backpack - Internal Frame
Closeouts. Enjoy a long weekend exploring the backcountry with Mountainsmith's Lookout 45 backpack. The X-Frame Load Dispersion suspension system ensures heavy loads are a little more manageable, and the separate sleeping bag compartment makes packing a breeze.
Reviewed by Mirabela Sunshine from Vermont on Sunday, January 5, 2014Well built, with easy adjustments, convenient layout, and great attachment points for winter junk, i.e. skis, snowshoes, poles, ice axe, traction, etc.
Reviewed by Milk from TN on Monday, March 25, 2013I got a great deal on this pack which had all the features I wanted and then some. Maybe a little heavier than average but the nice suspension and durable materials are worth it to me.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by kayaker skier from Ft. Collins, CO on Tuesday, January 15, 2013I have used this for skiing twice so far. Fit is accomodating over insulating layers. Easy to get to water bottle. Snow shovel stows easily. Seperate bottom compartment makes for a great place to stow the puffy coat for long stops. Wish it had built in zippered pouches on the hipbelt. Seems durable enough. My old pack was having some issues with breaking connectors. Nice color too.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Mike from Asheville, NC on Sunday, September 2, 2012I have a 2400 cu.in. Mountain Smith pack, and was shopping for something big enough for weekends. I wanted two side pockets, sternum strap, water bladder pocket, load lifters, and pockets on the waist strap. This pack has everything but one waist band pocket. It took a long time to find this, even after calling Mountain Smith. I just happened to come across it in one of STP's e-mails.
- Cons: Exterior Pockets Dont C, Only One Waist Band Pocke
- Pros: Most Of What I Wanted