Mountainsmith Mayhem 45L Backpack

Mountainsmith Mayhem 45L Backpack
Mountainsmith Mayhem 45L Backpack
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Mayhem 45L Backpack by Mountainsmith
Bring the ruckus on your next weekend-long backpacking excursion with the Mountainsmith Mayhem 45 Backpack. Crafted from the insanely durable multi-ripstop Cordura fabric, and with a giant asymmetrical zipper opening, the Mayhem is ideal for everything from gear-intensive day trips to short backpacking escapes. A spring steel frame, PE framesheet, and Anvil Airway EVA support construction delivers a fit and feel that's equal parts comfort and stability, which is only furthered by the adjustable waist belt. This waist belt also allows you to safely stash a smartphone in the built-in pocket.A bevy of pockets ensures you're never short on the gear you need most through your adventure, and generous tool and trekking pole attachment points keep your bigger items close at hand when you need to scramble with your hands free.

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SKU: MOU002S
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