Mountain Hardwear Fluid 18 Day Pack
Sleek and compact, the Mountain Hardwear Fluid 18 Day Pack is a technical daypack that is ideal for long bike rides or fast trail scrambles.
- OTF (On-The-Fly) Compression lets user adjust load stability while wearing the pack without restricting motion
- HardWave framesheet keeps backpanel flat for a stable fit without compromising flexibility
- Breathable spacer mesh backpanel with air channels for cooling ventilation
- Soft-edge shoulder straps with ventilated foam are comfortable on bare skin
- Front compression pocket with stretch woven panels fits helmet, extra clothing
- Easy access, zipper-free hydration sleeve speeds refilling and fits most bladders up to 100 oz./3 liters
- Externally accessed fleece-lined pocket for sunglasses, mp3 player
- Front panel organizer pocket with internal zip pocket keeps keys, wallet secure
- Zippered mesh pockets on ventilated hipwings keep energy bars and other essentials handy
- Stretch woven side pockets offer quick storage/access for water bottles, hat/gloves, etc.
- Weight: 1 lb 12 oz
Purchase the Mountain Hardwear Fluid 18 Day Pack from Altrec.com. All order totals over $45 qualify for free ground shipping.
- April 27 2011
I use this pack mainly when I ride my mountain bike for a full day of riding. I like the fact that I can use my 3L osprey hydraform reservoir . Plus have room for food, light jacket, camera and the pockets inside are great for storing small stuff. When one uses the "OTF (On-The-Fly) Compression" it sucks the pack tight to my back and dose not flop around while I am riding my bike.
- December 5 2010
I love this pack. There are a lot of pockets to keep things neat. I use the main compartment for clothes. The next compartment has smaller pockets great for small items (lighter, nail clippers, etc.) This compartment is great for lunch, headlamp etc. There is also a fleece lined pocket on the outside for glasses, GPS, etc. The only complaint I have is that the waist belt pockets are kind of useless. They are to small for a small camera and to far back. I wish they re-designed the waist belt. I used this pack climbing the Middle Teton in early Sept. It was about 20 degrees when I started out from the Meadows. As I climbed, the pack held my Arcteryx Atom jacket and my base layer (top and bottom).