So much comfort and cargo space for its size that you’ll give other hikers pack-envy.
- The torso yoke lets you adjusts the pack to fit your back size and the shoulder harness and waist belt are interchangeable with options from Mountain Hardwear (sold separately) to give you a true fit
- Two hollow stays add the essential structure you need to carry up to 65 pounds of gear and can be removed if you’re carrying a lighter load
- Removable HardWave framesheet keeps the pack flat on your back for a comfortable, predictable carry over goat paths and through dense brush
- FlapTop design means that the pack remains weather-resistant with or without the top lid attached
- The weather-resistant inverted U zipper and bottom BigMouth zipper permit easy access to the main compartment
- Externally accessed hydration sleeve makes filling your water reservoir quick and easy
- Two large side pockets are within arms-reach for hats, water, or a camera
- Multiple compression straps, two daisy chains, a top lid bungee, and a front stuff pocket secure your gear in a tight package that’s easy to haul around the mountains
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Perfect Bag for weekend backpacking
- Gender: Male
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
Bought this bag for my first backpacking trip. I was easily able to fit all I needed for a weekend trip. The bag was very adjustable which was nice as it too me a little while to get it all set right. Once I got it dialed in it was rather comfortable. I really liked the inverted U zipper with access to the main compartment. I was easily able to fit my DSLR camera in there so I could get to it and grab the perfect shot. It also has two side pockets that fit water bottles. For the images online I wasn't aware that there were these pockets, so it was a nice surprise.
Seems like a good pack so far
Only had it out a few times but the materials seem very sturdy. I had a load of 50lbs for a 5 day trip that it carried surprisingly comfortably. The pack has a ton of features and capacity. I'm going to hold my complaints about the hip belt until I'd consider it broken in (MH does sell hip belts separately if you need to get a different size). The size does run a little big so though it is always a good idea to try on a backpack before you buy it I'd say thats especially true with this one. So far I like the pack.
Molimo Pack Video Review
Erik from Mountain Hardwear explains the features and details of the Molimo pack.