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Yes, you can take it all with you, at least when you have the right pack.
The MHM Fifty-Two 80 Backpack's tech-backed mountain savvy and adventure-ready attitude make it hard to just leave it in the closet. Heed the siren call of this expedition load-hauler—pull it out and gear up for another trip. Its adjustable suspension and supremely comfortable pivoting hip-belt enable you to carry even the kitchen sink comfortably, so beware of fellow adventurers trying to dump their gear on you that their own packs can't handle.
- Sync A.C. Suspension system integrates the shoulder harness and hipbelt with an aluminum frame bar for optimal load distribution
- Air Channeled mesh back panel helps direct air across the back for ventilation and comfort
- Fits torsos 16-24 inches long, waists 29-40 inches
- VariCant hip belt utilizes dual-pivoting action to give your upper body flex room
- Front and top access let you get at your essentials when weather or camp call for them
- U-shaped zipper opens entire front panel for quick loading and unloading, or to lay out as a ground mat
- Removable top lid converts into small day pack and includes water-resistant dry pocket
- Tough, water-resistant Cordura nylon stands up to serious abuse; high-denier Cordura on the bottom further boosts durability
- BackHugger internal compression system compresses and stabilizes heavy loads against the internal back panel
- Integrated Packslicker rainfly keeps your gear dry when an unexpected storm kicks up
- Easily accessible hydration sleeve helps you stay fueled on the long journey
- Removable water bottle holster holds your water bottle at the side of hip-belt within easy reach
- Quick-Stuff Pack Sack lets you quickly and easily store your sleeping bag in a dedicated weatherproof compartment
- Compression straps help with load and bulk management; all straps can be tucked away when they're not needed for a clean profile
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Where are these packs made? I'm suspecting...
Where are these packs made? I'm suspecting an Asian product with a Colorado story...ick.
Products are made in the Philippines and Vietnam depending on the generation of the product.