Hyperlite Mountain Gear

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2400 Windrider

rated 4.5 of 5 stars Bombproof, rugged, good-looking, and carries weight like a champ. I'm a chick, I have a short torso, and I tend to complain a lot about my gear. But not much to complain about with this pack.   This pack is well designed and engineered. It carries like a dream and makes micro adjustments on the fly easy breezy. The design is simple, which i like. I hated all the bells, whistles, and generally over design of my old Osprey pack. The 2400 has plenty of room for a three-day trip even if I'm carrying… Full review

Flat Tarp

rated 5 of 5 stars This is an ultralight, absolutely waterproof tarp for multiple day hikes. It is of very good quality and it fits into the storage bag it comes with. I replaced the guy lines, and the 8'x10' flat tarp now weighs 320g including the stuff sack without stakes. I have used this tarp on four multi-day hiking trips in the Dolomites/Italy and it shows no wear. I use it with the Katabatic Gear Bristlecone Bivy, and there has never been any condensation on the bivy. It is easy to set up. I always use my trekking… Full review

UltaMid 2

rated 4.5 of 5 stars Ultra light, roomy, sturdy shelter for bug-free trips. I won't post a bunch of pictures because the other review of this shelter has a bunch of great pics. The Ultamid 2 is a two-person shelter, and although there is a good amount of room for two, I have used it only as a solo shelter for me and sometimes with my dog. There is a huge amount of room for one person for the weight of less than almost all solo tents. You have the pole in the middle to contend with (unless you suspend it from a tree),… Full review

3400 Southwest

rated 5 of 5 stars Ultralight, tough, surprisingly comfortable and versatile pack. A real winner. I've always had pretty high-tech backpacks. My original internal frame backpack was an Osprey Zenith, loaded with bells and whistles. From that 7 lb behemoth which served me well, I eventually ended up with an Osprey Aether (the original model), which at about 4 lbs, served me well on a thru-hike of the JMT. I thought I was doing pretty well getting my pack weight down to about 34 lbs for a six-day trip. I realized there… Full review

Dyneema Summit Pack

rated 5 of 5 stars The Hyperlite Mountain Gear Dyneema Summit pack is probably the simplest, most indestructible, lightweight pack I've ever owned. It's withstood many summits in the Eastern Sierras, slot canyons in southern Utah, peak bagging in the White Mountains in New Hampshire, and even some minimalist two-day trips into the mountains. The design is very black and white. Pack most of your stuff in the single roll-top closure compartment, and clip anything else you might need to the outside. Like everything else… Full review

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Hyperlite Mountain Gear Coverage in the Trailspace Blog

Chaos in Motion Wins a Hyperlite Mountain Gear Pack
Congratulations, chaos in motion! For sharing your review of your Leatherman Skeletool, you've won a lightweight 2400 Southwest Pack, thanks to Hyperlite Mountain Gear (worth $260). Read more
June 3, 2013

Last Week: Review Your Gear to Win a Hyperlite Pack
We're giving away a lightweight, Cuben-fiber 2400 Southwest pack to one lucky reviewer next week, thanks to Hyperlite Mountain Gear. Review your outdoor gear by Sunday, June 2, to be entered ($260 value). Read more
May 26, 2013

Review Your Gear to Win Cuben-Fiber HMG Southwest Pack
Have you shared your review yet? Review your outdoor gear by Sunday, June 2, and you could win a 2400 Southwest Cuben-fiber pack, thanks to Hyperlite Mountain Gear. Read more
May 19, 2013

Review Your Gear to Win a Hyperlite Mountain Gear Pack
Review your outdoor gear now through June 2 and you could win an ultralight 2400 Southwest backpack from Hyperlite Mountain Gear. Constructed from a rip-stop Cuben Fiber/polyester hybrid material, it's durable, lightweight, and waterproof ($260 value). Read more
May 13, 2013

Hyperlite Debuts Cuben Fiber Climbing Packs
Hyperlite Mountain Gear (HMG) has just introduced two new backpacks for ice climbing and mountaineering called the Ice Pack and the Porter. They are made using an ultralight non-woven fabric called Cuben Fiber. Read more
November 7, 2011

New Ultralight Packs from Granite Gear, HMG, Terra Nova
There are many, many new packs at Outdoor Retailer. Here are just a few from Granite Gear, Hyperlite Mountain Gear, and Terra Nova that caught our eye. Read more
August 5, 2011

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