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If you spend a lot of days in the backcountry, you know that having options is a good thing. With its VersaHaul carry system, the MHM PowderKeg 32 Backpack allows you to tote your skis or snowboard any way you want. The unique M-flex suspension provides ample support while still allowing you to access the main compartment from the backpanel, and the VariCant hip-belt flexes and pivots for unrestricted motion when you make your hard-earned descent.

  • M-flex Access suspension utilizes an aluminum wire perimeter frame to effectively support the weight of your gear
  • VariCant dual-pivoting hip-belt can flex and pivot, allowing for unrestricted movement when you're making fresh tracks
  • Perforated foam straps, backpanel, and hip-belt provide a comfortable carry in winter or summer weather
  • In addition to top access, the pack provides backpanel access so you can get what you need without dumping everything in the snow
  • Large designated pocket holds your shovel, probe, and additional snow equipment
  • VersaHaul ski and snowboard carry system allows you to carry your skis vertically, diagonally, or A-frame and carry your snowboard vertically or horizontally
  • DWR finish sheds wet conditions and rubbery EPO material on the side panels provides tough abrasion resistance
  • Deployable ice-axe straps securely carry ice tools
  • 10 pockets keep all your gear organized
  • 4 poly-tube gear loops provide attachment points for extra gear
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Wish I had one...

    One of tour buddies has this pack and I am constantly jealous. The pack is well designed, keeps his stuff well organized, and it fits him very well. He's a big guy, 6'2+ so I'm not sure it would fit me as well. If you are contemplating buying this pack, pull the trigger.

    Love this pack!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I decided to get this pack since it is the only one I could find with both vertical and horizontal board carry in this size range. It is stable when bootpacking and has great side straps to hold your poles for the downhill. It is hydration compatible and held up great for me this season.

    So there are not any exterior pockets for water bottles, but it is hydration bladder compatible (even though it says it isn't in the tech specs). In my mind the pockets are definitely sufficient. There is a soft lined goggle pocket on the interior, an exterior top pocket that fits a headlamp and snacks, a decent sized waterproof zippered pocket on the interior of the back panel, and then the front section has stash spots for avy safety gear.

    Up in Alaksa!

    Up in Alaksa!

    Is the suspension of this pack adjustabl...

    Is the suspension of this pack adjustable?

    i.e. How well does this pack fit a 5'6" 125lb person?

    So there isn't a torso length adjustment on this pack, but it should fit you pretty well. The shoulder straps and hip belt are highly adjustable and should work pretty well for you. I am 5'9"155lb with a shorter torso and it fits pretty great for me. I typically get medium women's packs and small men's packs and it fits me great.

    Does this pack have a hydration sleeve?

    Does this pack have a hydration sleeve?