Mountainsmith Laurel

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The top loading Mountainsmith Laurel Pack is designed for women and holds everything you need for 3-4 days, or even more if your going light.


The perfect weekend size backapck, the Mountainsmith Lookout 50 can handle 2-5 days in the backcountry with a host of features to cover everything from your next backpacking trip to that winter hut trip to an adventurous canyon hike. With an extended volume of 64L, this weekend warrior will accommodate most any trip on your calendar and offer unmatched comfort and durability along the way. The innovative ICS Cup (Illiac Crest Shelf) hipbelt transfers and locks the pack load onto the hips, the Delta Wing Compression system pulls the load into the lumbar region and focuses on the Lumbar Control Point pad on the lower backpanel to fully secure the pack load against the user's major weight bearing point, the lumbar/sacrum region. All this while the Anvil Airway backpanel keeps you cool on the longest trail day.


Designed and constructed with Mountainsmith's usual commitment to rugged quality, the Mountainsmith Laurel is a top loading, backcountry pack tailored to fit women or older girls who are on their way to a full sized adult pack. The Laurel features a breathable molded back panel for load carrying comfort and a lid with a clear, waterproof map pocket that converts into a lumbar pack for day hikes and peak bagging from base camp. An externally accessible organizing area features a key clip, a fleece lined sunglass pouch and multiple pockets to keep your smaller essentials in order and within easy reach.

- UpsideOver

CLOSEOUTS . The top-loading Mountainsmith Laurel internal frame backpack is tailored for the backcountry with a breathable molded back panel, multiple-organizational elements and a lid that converts into a lumbar daypack. Load-dispersing suspension system is specifically designed for a woman's torso. Perfect for multi-day outings Molded foam back panel Fully-adjustable padded shoulder straps Sternum strap with hydration bite valve catch Pivoting padded waist belt Clear map window Collared storm shield with drawcord closure Side zip pockets with pass-through sleeves Trekking pole mounts Hydration pocket with dual ports Vertical front zip pocket with elastic rigging Fits torsos: 15-19” Size (LxWxD): Approx. 28x16x12” Capacity: 2624 Weight: 3 lb. 8 oz. Material: Reinforced nylon and single 6061 aluminum stay CLOSEOUTS . Vietnam.

- Sierra Trading Post

Free Shipping. Mountainsmith Women's Laurel Pack (Fall 2007) Technically tailored for the backcountry, the Laurel by Mountainsmith is the pack of choice when it comes to comfort and advanced organization.Features: Includes all Key Shared Features (Except A.D. Suspension) Top load access Top lid contains a clear map/valuables pocket and converts into lumbar pack Pass-thru tent pole sleeves Interior hydration reservoir sleeve with dual exit ports Side and bottom compression Ice axe and daisy chain loops Dual water bottle pockets Construction: Single 1in. T6 6061 Aluminum stay with PE sheet 420D Nylon Velocity body and 840D Nylon Ballistic fabric with 3xPU coating Small Torso: Volume: 2685 cu. in. / 44 L Weight: 3 lb 14oz / 1.8 kg Torso: 12in.-16in. / 30-41 cm Size: 27 x 16 x 15 / 69 x 41 x 38 cm Regular Torso: Volume: 2929 cu. in. / 48 L Weight: 3lb 15oz / 1.8 kg Torso: 15in.-19in. / 38-48 cm Size: 28 x 16 x 15 / 71 x 41 x 38 cm

- Moosejaw

Mountainsmith Laurel


The Laurel has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$69.95 - $134.96

The Mountainsmith Laurel is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen December 1, 2015 at

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