Mountainsmith Day TLS Lumbar Pack
Mountainsmith Day TLS Lumbar Pack
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A favorite of hikers and travelers for the past 35 years, the Mountainsmith Day pack is now more durable and versatile than ever. Recently updated with 610d Cordura HP fabric and a bright yellow 210d nylon liner, it can be used as a hiking pack, messenger bag, low-key briefcase, carry-on, diaper bag—and really, just about anything you can imagine Read More
Rugged Pack for Everyday & Everywhere

A favorite of hikers and travelers for the past 35 years, the Mountainsmith Day pack is now more durable and versatile than ever. Recently updated with 610d Cordura HP fabric and a bright yellow 210d nylon liner, it can be used as a hiking pack, messenger bag, low-key briefcase, carry-on, diaper bag—and really, just about anything you can imagine. It features ridged EVA back-panel padding, removable shoulder straps, and a tuck-away waistbelt complete with a smartphone-compatible pocket. Along with a zippered front-panel pocket with a key clip, you’ll find a hanging interior pocket, a padded tablet sleeve, and a headphone port. Bar-tack reinforcements, YKK zippers, and 3M reflective cord complete the package.

About Mountainsmith

Founded in 1979 by legendary outdoorsman Patrick Smith, Mountainsmith started out making extremely durable gear built to withstand the rigors of Colorado’s Rocky Mountains. This led to the development of the world’s first fully rigid backcountry ski sled, and later, the iconic lumbar waist pack. Today, the company produces a full line of outdoor products (including trekking poles, tents, and sleeping bags), at the heart of which are its technical backpacks, recognized for their comfort, stability, value, and performance.

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  • Mountainsmith
  • Material, main: 610d Cordura HP
  • Material, liner: 210d nylon in bright yellow
  • Volume: 800 cu in (13 L)
  • Weight capacity: Up to 15 lbs (6.8 kg)
  • Interior foam padded tablet sleeve
  • Smartphone-compatible waistbelt pockets (fits up to iPhone 6+ and Galaxy S6)
  • FreeFlow ridged EVA back panel padding
  • Back panel stash pocket
  • Delta Compression System load adjustment
  • Reinforced side bottle pockets (fits up to 32oz bottles)
  • Inner Sanctum interior zippered compartment
  • Zippered front panel pocket with key clip
  • Bottom panel compression straps
  • Removable shoulder straps
  • Headphone port
  • Dimensions: 13 x 12 x 6 in (33 x 30 x 15 cm)
  • Waistbelt width: 1.5 in (4 cm)
  • Waistbelt circumference: 28 – 48 in (71 – 122 cm)
  • Weight: 28 oz (794 g)
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All orders will be shipped by Drop.

Estimated ship date is Aug 16, 2019 PT.

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Here is everything I take bushcrafting on a regular basis. Not everything goes into the Lumbar Pack. What doesn’t go into the pack goes in my vest, on my waist, or around my neck. If I carried everything in the pack it would be far too heavy. Food gets carried in a separate bag slung over my shoulder. VEST & PANTS   On Waist       Bark River Bushcrafter (bushcraft knife)   Around Neck       Featherweight Hunter (food/skinning knife)   Duluth Workingman’s Vest       Compass       Eating Utensils       Toilet Paper       2x Whistles       P-51 Can Opener         Fire Kit             Ferrocerium Rod             Exotac Titan-Light Lighter             Bic Lighter             Pocket Bellows             Fatwood   LUMBAR PACK Vargo Titanium Water Bottle Wood Knot Titanium French Press Kieth 450 Cup Sawyer Micro Squeeze (water filter) Titanium Cooking Grill Miscellaneous Cooking Utensils 2x 100% Cotton Bandanas Pathfinder 1600ml Bush Pot       Cooking Oil       Salt & Spices       Honey   Pre-cut Paracord Lengths Bamboo Cutting Board Spare AAA Batteries   Small Wash Kit       Soap & Shanpoo       Wash Cloth       Toothbrush   First Aid Kit MISCELLANEOUS (Some of the things I take sometimes) Wool Blanket Inflatable Sleeping Pad Agawa Boreal-21 Saw Gränsfors Bruk Scandinavian Forest Axe Bark River Grizzly (knife) 1” Scotch Eyed Auger Flexicut Carvin' Jack Porlex Mini Coffee Grinder More thoughts on what the lumbar pack needs for improvement. . . Instead of having bottle pouches on the sides, there should be two square bags, one on each side, hugging your waist - this would put all of the weight close to your body. Having to connect pouches to the webbing on the back causes the weight to pull outward, which causes lower back and shoulder pain. Having water bottle pouches on the sides is useless as you can not access a water bottle if it’s on the side (I have to take the bag off, or have a buddy hand me my bottle). The water bottle pouch should be on the front where you can actually access it while hiking. These two improvements would add to the capacity, while at the same time make it more comfortable (less painful). I’m actually going to switch all my gear over to my Mystery Ranch SATL this weekend, because the small amount of gear that I carry is pulling at my lower back and shoulders in the Mountain Smith. The SATL is designed to carry up to 100lbs of gear and weapons, so it will easily handle my bushcraft gear - and food. I still say the Mountain Smith is good for someone more minimalist than myself. It is perfect for someone who just needs to hike with a couple water bottles, some trail food, and a rain coat. But it could also be improved to suit the needs of bushcrafters. —Rx
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