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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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Not a good fit

  • Familiarity:I've used it several times

Bought this pack through a deal I got after reading several reviews saying it was great, and some of them from people about my size. (5'10" 170 lbs) To start, the suspension system seems to just bounce around your back, feeling loose and not connected to you. it feels like you have to fight it to work with your body. Secondly, the pads, while they look nice and large, gave me bruises at several points on my body, the worst being right below the dip in my back, which brings me to my next and probably most disliked aspect of the pack: it did not adjust to my height. I had the torso adjustments sucked up all the way and it was still too tall, sitting at the bottom of the dip in my lower back, basically on top of my butt. the waist belt also did not get tight enough for me. after a recent 5 day trip in the white mountains, I will be getting this pack on ebay after submitting this review.

Where are these packs made? I'm suspecting...

Where are these packs made? I'm suspecting an Asian product with a Colorado story...ick.