Mile High Mountaineering Incline 18

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On Sale. Free Shipping. MHM Incline 18L Pack FEATURES of the MHM Incline 18 Pack Flex Flow TS trampoline system suspension Air scoop at top of pack Deployable waist-belt strap Large external mega-loader stuff pocket Perforated foam back panel and shoulder straps 7 pockets + main compartment SPECIFICATIONS of the MHM Incline 18 Pack Volume: 18 liter Weight: 1 lb 8 oz Number of Stays: 1 wire perimeter frame/ 2 horizontal cross-stays / HDPE framesheet Main Pack Fabric: 315 denier ripstop Invista Cordura Plus, Nylon 6.6, 80 g PU/DWR Bottom Fabric: 840 denier Invista Cordura HD, Nylon 6.6, 80 g PU/DWR POP Color Fabric: 210 denier HT honeycomb Kolon, Nylon 6.6, 80 g PU/DWR

- Moosejaw

Mile High Mountaineering's Incline 18 Backpack is a small pack where the top of the wire frame is bent back to create an air-scoop that keeps a constant flow of air down your back. It has plenty of pockets and uses incliners and a vertical zip in the front to create 4 pockets in 1.

- CampSaver.com

Many packs lose features with size reduction, but not the MHM Incline 18 Backpack. Whether you're leading a dayhike or packing up for an afternoon of singletrack on your faithful steed, the Incline 18 boasts plenty of tech to put other similarly sized packs on the market to shame.

- Backcountry.com

Mile High Mountaineering Incline 18

previously retailed for:
$83.27 - $89.99

The Mile High Mountaineering Incline 18 is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen December 24, 2015 at Moosejaw.

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