Mountain Hardwear Hueco 34 Backpack
From crag to gym and beyond, the do-it-all zip-top Hueco 34 Backpack from the Mountain Hardwear has the bases covered
- Material: body - 840D HT Ballistic Nylon, (100% nylon)
- Accent: HardWear Tarp XL (100% polyester back with TPU lamination, 0.15mm face)
- Bottom: 840D HT Ballistic Nylon (100% nylon)
- CoolWave suspension maintains fit and ventilation regardless of load
- Wide-mouth zip-top access makes loading and unloading quick and easy
- Roomy, dual function top pocket zips wide open to secure helmet with V-strap
- Zippered security pocket for valuables
- Internal hydration sleeve with covered port on back of pack
- Side compression straps hold the load tight
- Side bottle pockets with compressions straps
- Front daisy chain with grab handle and dual ice axe loops
- Capacity: 2075 cu. in.; 34 ltr. (Regular)
- Dimension: 24" x 13" x 12" (60cm x 32cm x 30cm)
- Weight: 2 lb. 7 oz.; 1.11 kg. (regular)
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- December 1 2011
This pack has fit a perfect niche, which i was lacking in the carry department. It works great as a weekend pack...I'm able to fit a few small meals, a change of clothes/shoes and a few pairs of socks and underwear...then a couple small random items in the top flap. I will say, however, i wish the top flap was a a little larger...once you stuff the Fluid to the brim the top doesn't feel quite as confidently closed. I was originally skeptical of the new hook closer but it never failed me...and if the pack was only about half full then i could just hook it to the top loop and cinch it down tighter. I am a huge fan of the side compression straps...they make tightening on the move a pretty easy. I would agree with a few other review that the hip belt pockets should open and close in the opposite directions, though.
- June 11 2011
Have used this for a few months now with heavy loads cycling. I like the very rigid back support since things don't press through. The one thing that I don't like is the zippers allow rain in. They're course zippers and when it rains, items will get wet. I always use a rain cover. The top carry handle at the shoulder straps pulled off after two months.