Mountain Hardwear Wandrin 48

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Adorned with plenty of pockets and compression straps, the Wandrin 48 pack from Mountain Hardwear helps you comfortably organize and tote gear on rugged overnights and shorter backpacking excursions.

- REI

The Mountain Hardwear Wandrin 48 is a spacious and durable pack with excellent ventilation and is decked out to accommodate extended treks.-- AirMotion suspension offers flow through ventilated backpanel and ventilated shoulder straps-- Top loader with side zipper for additional access to upper pack-- Convenient pull out rain cover stores in lower compartment and keeps your gear dry-- Easy access lower compartment with room for a light sleeping bag or other gear-- Comfortable, fully padded hipbelt with two zippered pockets to keep small gear handy-- Dedicated hydration sleeve with dual zips allows tube to exit right or left-- Floating top zippered pocket and zippered mesh security pocket with key clip underneath keeps essentials handy-- Roomy front compression pocket for overloads, wet gear, etc.-- Zippered slash pocket on front of pack for small gear-- Carry loops for ice axes and trekking poles

- OMCgear

On Sale. Free Shipping. Mountain Hardwear Wandrin 48L Pack FEATURES of the Mountain Hardwear Wandrin 48L Pack AirMotion suspension offers flow through ventilated backpanel and ventilated shoulder straps Top loader with side zipper for additional access to upper pack Convenient pull out rain cover stores in lower compartment and keeps your gear dry Easy access lower compartment with room for a light sleeping bag or other gear Comfortable, fully padded hip belt with two zippered pockets to keep small gear handy Dedicated hydration sleeve with dual zips allows tube to exit right or left Floating top zippered pocket and zippered mesh security pocket with key clip underneath keeps essentials handy SPECIFICATIONS of the Mountain Hardwear Wandrin 48L Pack Body: 420D HD Nylon Accent: 210D HexNut Ripstop Nylon Bottom: 420D HD Nylon The SPECS for Small/Medium Weight: 3 lbs 2 oz / 1.42 kg Capacity: 2930 cubic inches / 48 liter Torso Range: 16in.-19in. / 41 - 48 cm Waist Belt Size: 28in. - 34in. / 71 - 86 cm The SPECS for Medium/Large Weight: 3 lbs 5 oz / 1.50 kg Capacity: 3175 cubic inches / 52 liter Torso Range: 18.5in. - 22in. / 47 - 56 cm Waistbelt Size: 33in. - 39in. / 84 - 99 cm

- Moosejaw

CLOSEOUTS . Mountain Hardwearand#39;s Wandrin 48 backpack boasts an excellent combination of support, space and features for multi-day trips. The AirMotion suspension keeps your back cool and a side zip gives you easy access to the main compartment. Available Colors: DEEP LAGOON. Sizes: S/M, M/L.

- Sierra Trading Post

Mountain Hardwear: Wandrin 48: This roomy, rugged, well-ventilated pack is well-equipped for longer treks and backpacking trips. AirMotion suspension offers flow through ventilated backpanel and ventilated shoulder straps Top loader with side zipper for additional access to upper pack Convenient pull out rain cover stores in lower compartment and keeps your gear dry Easy access lower compartment with room for a light sleeping bag or other gear Comfortable, fully padded hipbelt with two zippered pockets to keep small gear handy Dedicated hydration sleeve with dual zips allows tube to exit right or left Floating top zippered pocket and zippered mesh security pocket with key clip underneath keeps essentials handy Roomy front compression pocket for overloads, wet gear, etc. Zippered slash pocket on front of pack for small gear Carry loops for ice axes and trekking poles

- Mountain Hardwear

Mountain Hardwear Wandrin 48

previously retailed for:
$97.47 - $195.00

The Mountain Hardwear Wandrin 48 is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen December 1, 2014 at REI.

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