Mountain Hardwear Huckster

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Part of Mountain Hardwear’s Objective Series (for climbing, mountaineering, and now snow sports), the Huckster is designed for the multi-board, backcountry user who snowboards one day and skis the next. A smaller-capacity version of the Glisse, it’s designed for a closer-to-home load.

The Huckster can carry either a board (between the pack and back suspension panel, secured with a strap) or skis (using either side compression straps for an A-frame carry or the reinforced front panel for a diagonal carry). It features an aluminum-perimeter frame for support. A front pocket organizes your shovel, probe, or skins, and a main pocket stores clothing, snacks, and smaller items in several organizer pockets. An internal hydration pocket exits into an insulated shoulder strap cover, for protection from cold winter temps.

Specs

Capacity 1500 cubic inches
Weight 2 lbs. 13 oz.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Pack your essential touring gear in Mountain Hardwear's Huckster Backpack, and head out for your dawn patrol. A trampoline back panel helps keep your back cool as you skin up the trail, and the Huckster's dual density shoulder straps and waist-belt secure this daypack on your way down. Store your shovel, probe and skins in Mountain Hardwear's gear pocket for quick access, and use the A-frame ski carry when you have to post hole up a coulour. The Huckster Backpack's two zippered mesh pockets organize your sunglasses and keys, the hydration sleeve in the back panel holds your water reservoir, and an insulated hose sleeve in the shoulder strap keeps your water from freezing.

- Backcountry Outlet

On Sale. Free Shipping. Mountain Hardwear Huckster Backpack (Spring 2008) Capacity: 1200 cu. in.; 20 litersWeight: 2 lbs. 7 oz.; 1.1 kg. Fabric: Body: 420D/96T Cordura Accent: 420D/96T Cordura Dobby Features: Aluminum rod and padded trampoline backpanel support the load and maintain ventilation Padded waistbelt with stash pocket Dual density shoulders straps with insulated hydration hose sleeve Full panel zip access Two zippered mesh pockets inside main compartment help organize small gear Snow safety gear pocket has plenty of room for shovel, probe, skins and more Padded, Duraguard-buffered front panel is flat to make diagonal ski carry more stable Hydration sleeve in backpanel Quick release side compression straps for A-frame ski carry Axe-S quick release ice axe toggle

- Moosejaw

Boasting a super comfortable padded trampoline backpanel and two ski carry options, either diagonal or A-frame, the Mountain Hardware Huckster Backpack is perfect for a morning of yo-yoing at a favorite backcountry powder stash. With a hydration sleeve in the backpanel and an insulated hydration hose sleeve running through a shoulder strap, the Huckster is compatible with most all hydration bladders and hoses. A large panel access main compartment holds the bulk of your essentials, and a special snow safety gear pocket keeps your probe, shovel, and climbing skins handy.

- Altrec Outdoors

Mountain Hardwear Huckster

Discontinued

The Huckster has been discontinued.

MSRP:
$100.00

The Mountain Hardwear Huckster is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen March 21, 2009 at Backcountry.com.

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