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    The apex of adventure.

    The Apex 100 Backpack is Mountainsmith's largest pack for anything from full-on expeditions to family backpacking trips. It features X-crossing aluminum stays with a horizontal bar to ensure stability with loads as heavy as 70 pounds, and Anvil Airway's EVA padding provides plenty of cush as well as ventilated airflow. Mountainsmith's TuningFork waistbelt wraps comfy foam firmly around your hips, and it adjusts vertically and horizontally to ensure a proper fit.

    The Apex is a traditional top loader with an additional front panel access for easy packing and easier unpacking. There's a bottom compartment for sleeping bags, and an internal divider to separate the pad from the rest of your gear. Mountainsmith also added an internal sleeve for your hydration reservoir, side pockets for water bottles, a front pocket for easy-to-grab layers, and zippered waist belt pockets sized for smartphones.

    • Anvil Airway back panel with X-crossing stays and stabilizer bar
    • Padded shoulder straps and TuningFork waistbelt
    • Top lid and front panel access points
    • Sleeping pad bottom compartment with internal divider
    • Internal hydration sleeve with port
    • Front and side stretch pockets
    • Smartphone-compatible zippered waist belt pockets
    • Side compression straps
    • Item #MOU002L

    Tech Specs

    Material
    305D Cordura HP, 610D Cordura HP, 210D nylon
    Support/Suspension
    twin T6 0.75in aluminum stays, PE framesheet, Anvil Airway EVA
    Shoulder Straps
    padded mesh
    Waist Belt
    yes, TuningFork
    Hydration Compatible
    yes, sleeve and port
    Reservoir Included
    no
    Access
    top, front
    Pockets
    1 front stretch, 2 zippered waist belt, 1 side water bottle, 1 zippered top
    Gear Loops
    yes
    Sleeping Bag Compartment
    yes
    Detachable Daypack
    yes, top lid
    Compression
    yes, side straps
    Weight Capacity
    70 lb
    Recommended Use
    backpacking, alpine & expedition
    Manufacturer Warranty
    lifetime

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    Best large pack on the market!

      I have been a fan of Mountainsmith packs for 20 years. I had used my 1995 Crestone for Winter trips and anytime I needed to carry a lot of weight. I have tried some of the other large packs (Osprey, Gregory, Mountain Hardwear) and none of them carried 70+ pounds as well as my Crestone. In January of 2016, one of the cam buckles on my Crestone broke. I called Mountainsmith. Not only did they fix my old pack, but they offered to sell me an Apex 100 before its official release date,as well. UPS dropped it off the day before I left for a 5 day trip in the White Mountains. This pack is amazing. It carries weight comfortably. There is plenty of room for everything required on a Winter mountaineering trip. I'm planning on using it for family backpacking trips too, once the weather warms up. All of the details on this pack were very well thought out. It is easy to access anything in the pack without dumping it. I would suggest this pack to anyone looking to carry a lot of heavy stuff. If I could give it 6 or 7 stars, I would.