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Mountain Hardwear Multi-Pitch 20L Backpack


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    Multi-Pitch 20L Backpack

    The Mountain Hardwear Multi-Pitch 20L Backpack is durable and streamlined for your single-day, multi-pitch climbs. With thoughtful pockets and interior gear loops, organizing your layers, snacks, and gear is a breeze. For your approaches, the top rope carry strap secures your rope and the stowable stretch-mesh side pocket holds your shoes or water bottle for easy access. As you make your way up the multi-pitch climb, the dual haul points and tuck-away shoulder straps allow you to easily haul the pack and secure it at the anchors while its highly durable face fabric withstands the abrasions from the rocks.

    • Durable and streamlined pack for single-day multi-pitch climbs
    • 20L accommodates your most essential gear without unnecessary bulk
    • Ultra-durable face fabric withstands abrasions from the rocks
    • Dual haul points and tuck-away shoulder straps allow easy hauling
    • Rope carry top strap simplifies carrying on your longer approaches
    • Stowable stretch-mesh pocket holds bottles or shoes on the approach
    • Internal gear loops allow additional racking and added organization
    • Pack is hydration compatible for quick and easy on-wall refreshment
    • Item #MHW01CP

    Tech Specs

    [face fabric] 3l X-Ply Cotton Canvas (83% cotton, 17% polyester), [accents] 70d nylon ripstop, [bottom] 200d nylon Kevlar®
    20L (1220cu in)
    Shoulder Straps
    tuck-away, padded
    Waist Belt
    removable webbing
    Hydration Compatible
    [external 1 zippered front, 1 stretch mesh, [internal] 1 zippered top, 1 hydration sleeve
    Gear Loops
    Claimed Weight
    1lb 9.5oz
    Recommended Use
    sport climbing, trad climbing
    Manufacturer Warranty

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    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    I like it better than the petzl bug. You have to be mindful of the way you pack your gear smaller stuff in the bottom then load your rack in. The rope carry in the outside is handy and the added pocket is nice. It relies a lot on material tension to close systems though, meaning the side pocket is fixed by threading the material tabs through and pulling the edge back, I wonder how long until this will fatigue out. I would have liked the shell the be a cordura fabric instead of cotton with DWR. Eventually the DWR is going to come off and you will have to reapply in hopes that it doesn’t suck up water. The inside is coated in a kind of plastic; if you have any old bags you know eventually this will wear out. I like the pack design but there are typical problems it’s uncomfortable to wear on the approach, but it’s great on the climb that is normal for a climbing pack it’s great to climb in and anchors in easily at belay stations. It’s fits my 16 in spine, not sure why they didn’t size the crag wagon small enough for me. It would be nice if there was a way to attach a helmet to the outside and I added a quick draw on a side loop to make sure my rope didn’t fall out of the carry system. Disappointed to see a video with a dude bro designer that doesn’t look like he has many years of climbing to back his design choices or know what my needs as a smaller woman climber would be. Overall I’m satisfied with the purchase but throwing back material to cotton seems a bit ridiculous.