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Mountainsmith – USA Tyrol Backpack

Thursday, December 29th, 2016

Mountainsmith is manufacturing a limited run of their Tyrol Backpack design in Colorado using upcycled, or unused/surplus fabric.

Features:
-Top opening zippered main compartment
-Zippered accessories pocket on interior top lid
-Interior hanging zippered stash pocket
-Side compression straps w/ D-Ring attachment points
-Adjustable sternum strap
-Zippered front panel accessories pocket
-Front panel bungee attachment
-Dual bottom panel tool loops
-Double paneled bottom for extra durability
-EVA framesheet with airmesh backpanel
-Removable 1.5” waistbelt
-Internal hydration sleeve with hose port

Made from a combination of 1000D and 500D Cordura along with 210D nylon lining, the USA Tyrol Backpack is available in Pinon Green or Heritage Red. Additionally, each pack is numbered and marked with the initials of the person who built it.

mountainsmith.com/products/all-backpacks/mountainsmith-tyrol-backpack-usa

Sneak Peek – Mountainsmith Roots Collection

Friday, April 22nd, 2016

We first showed you a hint of the Mountainsmith Roots Collection, during OR Winter Market.

 

As you can see, these aren’t only great looking bags, they will be available in some SSD reader friendly colors. Coming this Fall.

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OR – Mountainsmith Roots Collection

Sunday, January 10th, 2016

Mountainsmith is launching a new line for Fall which are inspired by the packs we grew up with. Made from 610D Cordura, the line has nine styles, including three coolers.

This is the Wizard. Like all of the packs in the Roots collection, it is offered in Barley (shown) , Heritage Black or Heritage Red which makes these great for mil, LE or SAR use. The coolers are in a leaf camouflage pattern.  The Wizard is a 29L top loader daypack with hidden backpanel zippered compartment for a laptop, top lid accessory pocket, accessory pockets with flap on either side at the bottom and hung internal pocket and sunglasses holder.

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OR – Mountainsmith Reboots Lumbar Packs For 2016

Sunday, August 9th, 2015

Mountainsmith has been making Lumbar packs for decades.  In fact, I remember several guys back in the early 90s attaching the Black version to the lower back (lumbar) of their Tactical Load Bearing Vests as a low profile alternative to the butt pack.

I checked them out at Outdoor Retailer and it looks like we’ll see some great alternatives to Black for those guys who want to put together an E&E bag or other home brew load carrying solution.

Golden, CO — Jul 21, 2015 – Mountainsmith—craftsmen of iconic backcountry equipment and recreational outdoor gear— will debut 2016’s completely redesigned lumbar pack line at Summer Outdoor Retailer. Innovative and built for off the beaten path excursions, these new Mountainsmith products offer outdoor an urban adventurers versatility to brave the elements, no matter what Mother Nature throws their way.

“Some 35 years ago Mountainsmith’s lumbar packs started as extremely simple, rugged, utilitarian outdoor pieces, made to carry load in a comfortable way while keeping things you need quick at hand,” says Mountainsmith designer Jacob Stein. “For our 2016 lumbar launch, our focus was to maintain these core characteristics while paying close attention to materials, modern relevant function, color, and style.”

Mountainsmith has taken a very careful approach to updating their iconic line of lumbar packs, placing their focus on improving durability and modern utility. Adding color-matched shock cord and stretch mesh allowed these bags to come together with cutting-edge color ways, while in depth studies on the fabrics and trims brought the introduction of Cordura® HP fabric throughout Mountainsmith’s entire lumbar line. These already rugged bags were upgraded to offer bombproof durability. Revisiting every feature and fine-tuning for comfort and utility, these are the best lumbar packs ever made, by the brand that invented the category over 35 years ago.

“We are very excited about our partnership with the CORDURA brand and know this translates to outstanding quality and durability,” adds Stein. “Mountainsmith strives to make products that people love and that will last a lifetime. We think we’ve hit the mark again in 2016.”

Day – $89.95

A staple of gear closets everywhere for the past 35 years. In 2016, the Day gets even more durable with the addition of Cordura® fabric, and all the features you have come to love.

Daylight – $69.95

The Daylight is the perfect stash-able pack companion for longer backpacking trips and adventure. Stuffs into its own pocket and is extremely durable, thanks to the use of Robic™ Nylon.

Tour – MSRP: $79.95

Our quintessential lumbar pack created the category 35 years ago and delivers with a robust design capable of stashing all of the essentials from street to trail.

Drift – MSRP: $49.95

For light day hikes, the Drift provides a place to stash snacks, water, and a layer. Tuck away the waist belt and use the shoulder strap for shoulder bag conversion.

Knockabout – MSRP: $34.95

This hybrid waist/shoulder sling bag swings around from the back to the front with ease. Plenty of organizational features make this a great solution from concerts to everyday carry.

Vibe – MSRP: $29.95

The Vibe provides ultimate organization in a small lumbar pack, ready for a myriad of uses. Whether hiking, traveling, or using it for everyday carry, you will be amazed at how much it fits.

The Fanny Pack – MSRP: $24.95

Plain and simple, fanny packs rule. Clear your pockets and keep all of your essentials in one easily organized waist accessory.

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