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Have your cake and eat it, too.

For the alpinist who's counting every gram, every gram counts. That's why Mountain Hardwear designed the full-featured but ultralight Scrambler ULT 30 Backpack.
  • Comfortable compression-molded back panel and promotes airflow to keep you dry and comfortable
  • Removable HardWave framesheet increases comfort and stability
  • Large top zip for easy access to main compartment
  • Compression system for added stability can be removed to reduce weight
  • Sternum strap and webbing waist-belt for added stability and comfort
  • Padded shoulder straps make heavy loads more comfortable to carry

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I want to fold this pack and put it in my...

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I want to fold this pack and put it in my big pack.
Can you fold this pack small enough to fit in a big pack comfortably?
Will removing the back sheet make this easier?

Thanks
Elad

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I don't know if "fold" is quite how I would describe it because of the molded back panel being fairly rigid, but yes, you can remove the framesheet and get it down smaller. It will still take up some room, and maybe flattening it out and sliding it in next to your bigger pack's framesheet is the better way to go. A lot of people also lash their daypacks on to the outside of their packs, either flat on the front or rolled up and tucked under their load compression straps. Another thought for a compact and easily stowable scrambling/daypack is something I've been really happy with, the Marmot Kompressor Plus (item# MAR 2751). It has a removable foam backsheet that's paper thin, and the rest of the pack squishes down to a wad and stuffs in just about anywhere you have a little extra space. And, it's surprisingly comfortable for being as minimal as it is. Hope this helps.

Is this bag hydration compatible?

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Is this bag hydration compatible?

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Hey wrg3017335,

I checked on the particulars of the Mountain Hardwear Scrambler ULT 30 Backpack and it is not equipped for a hydration bladder and hose system. The side mesh pockets are meant for any sort of water bottle that is carried.

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Just be aware that the Scrambler ULT 30 (and, for that matter, the similar but beefier Summitrocket 30) doesn't have side mesh pockets. The previous version (the Scrambler TRL 30) does.

To use a bladder with the Scrambler ULT 30 I'd stick the bladder in an insulated sleeve -- not so much for insulation, but for rigidity, then snake the hose up and out from under the top pocket. Not elegant, but it will work.