Mountainsmith Lily

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This is a great pack if you're looking for a daypack…

Rating: rated 4 of 5 stars
Design: recycled
Max. Load Carried: 40
Height of Owner: 5'4"
Price Paid: $89

This is a great pack if you're looking for a daypack that's more versatile than just a smaller version of the potato-sack type internal frame pack. The capacity is definitely large enough to get you through an overnight trip if you don't overpack.

I've been happy with mine from day one- the things that sold me this pack were the "shovel pocket" which can hold literally anything, especially things that are an odd size or are wet. Also, the welt pockets on the upper side corners are a feature usually saved for larger packs are a handy addition to this daypack.

Finally, the fit for a woman my size - I'm 5'4", but I have a very short torso was better than the more expensive Kelty Redwing, which I was also considering.

The only con I have experienced so far was that I would have liked the typical snap-clasp compression straps as opposed to those that just loosen would be the only thing I would change.

Great product, I will be buying from Mountainsmith again. Also, I got the Recycled version- how cool! The fabrics used to be plastic bottles - saweeet.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

CLOSEOUTS . The Mountainsmith Lily internal frame backpack is ideally sized for overnight or extended day trips. Breathable, molded foam back panel Fully-adjustable padded shoulder straps Padded pivoting waist belt Sternum strap with hydration valve catch Four compression straps Vertical front zip pocket with elastic rigging Zip side pockets with pass-through sleeves Single ice axe loop Trekking pole attachments Hydration pocket with port Fits torsos: 15-19” Size (LxWxD): Approx. 21- x17x13”. Capacity: 1922 cu.in. Weight: 2 lb. 6 oz. Material: Nylon with bar track and Hypalon(R) reinforcements CLOSEOUTS . Vietnam.

- Sierra Trading Post

Panel loading for easy gear access. Two pass-thru dimensional side pockets. Hinged dimensional front pocket. Shoulder lift straps for adjusting weight. Water bottle pockets and two ice axe loops. Ergonomic angled side pockets, zip valuables pocket on front of pack. Plastic frame sheet for load control and support. Removable padded omni-belt with delta compression straps. Hydration reservoir pocket with drinking tube exit port (hydration system not included). Delrin hoop support for improved pack load transfer. V-Pull waistbelt adjustment system. 420 denier nylon and 840 denier Ballistics bottom.

- Campmor

Free Shipping. Mountainsmith Women's Lily Pack (Fall 2007) With a form-fitting back panel, quick access trekking pole mounts and a supportive suspension system, the Lily by Mountainsmith comes prepared for a full day of scrambling. Volume: 2285 cu. in. / 44 L Weight: 3lb 1oz / 1.4 kg Torso: 15in.-19in. / 38-48 cm Size: 21.5 x 16.5 x 13 / 55 x 42 x 33 cm Features: Includes all Key Shared Features (except A.D. suspension) Front panel access Pass-thru tent pole sleeves Multiple external organization pockets Interior hydration reservoir sleeve with single exit port Side and bottom compression Ice axe and daisy chain loops Dual water bottle pockets Construction: Delrin Hoop 420D Nylon Velocity body and 840D Nylon Ballistic fabric with 3xPU coating

- Moosejaw

The Lily is a versatile All Terrain pack designed for women and it comes with a molded back panel for added comfort. Use this pack for overnight or e...

- Ramsey Outdoor

Mountainsmith's Lily backpack is a versatile, all-terrain pack designed for women. It comes with a molded back panel for added comfort. The Lily backpack can be used for overnight or extended day trips. Mountainsmith created it with enough pockets and organization for a well-balanced trip.

- RockCreek

Mountainsmith Lily

Discontinued

The Lily has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$39.97 - $99.00

The Mountainsmith Lily is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen January 6, 2009 at Sierra Trading Post.

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