The Mountainsmith Approach Daypack Shawnee OK

The Mountainsmith Approach is a 2044 cubic inch daypack that’s made out of strong, velocity and ballistic nylon. It’s a panel loading pack that has six separate pockets for storage.

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The Mountainsmith Approach Daypack

Mountainsmith Approach 3.0 Daypack

The Mountainsmith Approach is a 2044 cubic inch daypack that’s made out of strong, velocity and ballistic nylon. It’s a panel loading pack that has six separate pockets for storage. It comes with padded foam shoulder straps and a removable waist belt for easy and comfortable carrying. It also has an ice axe loop and trekking pole mounts. The Approach daypack also comes with a safety whistle, a molded foam back panel, two water bottle pockets, four load adjusters, and is compatible with a hydration system.

Specifics

  • Body Fabric - 420d Velocity nylon
  • Bottom fabric - 840d Ballistic nylon reinforcements
  • Dimensions - 22 x 18 x 12.5 inches
  • Approximate volume - 2044 cubic inches
  • Average weight - 3 lb. 2 oz.
  • Access/Loading - Panel
  • Number of pockets - 6

Features

  • Dual density foam shoulder straps for comfort
  • Safety Whistle
  • Molded foam back panel
  • Removable pivoting waist belt
  • Four load adjusters for load dispersion
  • Easy access haul handle
  • Organizational sleeve
  • Zippered vertical front pocket with elastic rigging
  • Fleece lined eyewear pocket and internal organizer pockets
  • Zippered side pockets with pass thru sleeves
  • Single ice axe loop and Trekking pole mounts
  • Two water bottle pockets
  • Hydration compatible with exit port
  • ...

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