Mountain Hardwear

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PCT 1

rated 5 of 5 stars Superb. If you can find a used one, buy it. I've been using this for motorcycle touring for three years now having bought a secondhand one at a high, but reasonable price. Has coped flawlessly in all weather. Used examples now hard to come by, as owners love them and keep hold of them. Newer designs from MSR, Macpac, TNF etc are lighter, but in my opinion not as strong.  If you can find one, if you don't mind side entry, if absolute featherweight isn't an issue (it's still very light and compact),… Full review

HyperLamina Torch 0

rated 5 of 5 stars Super bag for winter camping!! Totally worth your money. If it’s not below freezing, you may be hot though! Packable, kind of, and big....but you can pack it. Not the best for ultra light backpacking, but if you are doing a weekend trip or a couple nights at a campground, it’s easy to use! Best use is camping in the back of your truck for some winter adventures! I took this bag out In February for some winter camping in the Eastern Sierras and this bag kept me super warm. One tip is to put some… Full review

Ghost UL 1

rated 2 of 5 stars Wet feet are bad, no matter the season. Other features do not make up for this major drawback. Just took my new Mountain Hardwear Ghost UL1 on its first trip. The first time I set it up the colors were a surprise in a good way. (The online photos do not do it justice.) That first setup was a time consuming hassle to figure out. Fortunately, the second time was much faster. Still, I was disappointed when I realized the room inside of the tent was non-existent, unless I was willing to use the fly… Full review

Chillwave Parka

rated 5 of 5 stars Warm, durable, fits great, layers over well. This is great for super cold days, winter camping was easy and comfortable in this thing. The fabric is nice and strong, dries quickly, cleans easily.  Sometimes I curl up in this to take naps, it's just so cozy.  The $400 price tag was worth it. Full review

Scrambler RT 35 OutDry

rated 4.5 of 5 stars A versatile lightweight backpack. First off this my first MH product (yay) and I got this backpack as a lighter and more "fun", so to speak, alternative to my more serious BD Speed Zip 33L.The Scrambler RT 35 (RT stands for Roll-Top) is basically a more featured drybag that can be used for hiking, canyoning, and is praised by climbers for its outstanding durability and lightness making this a really versatile backpack for a wide range of people. The weight-to-liter ratio is amazing and further enhanced… Full review

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Columbia Sportswear Company owns Mountain Hardwear, Montrail, and Sorel.

Mountain Hardwear Coverage in the Trailspace Blog

Cooking without Fire, Lightest Ski Helmet: OR Day 1
Cooking without fire, the lightest snow sport helmet, an AT boot that automatically switches from walk to ski mode, a new packraft, plus insulation and footwear. Check out some highlights from Day 1 of Outdoor Retailer. Read more
January 22, 2014

A $2K Tent, Self-Motivated Headlamp, More Gear News
A $2,000 Cuben tent from Easton, a headlamp with "optic motility" from Snow Peak, plus final gear highlights from brands exhibiting at summer Outdoor Retailer. Read more
August 4, 2013

Outdoor Apparel Highlights from Outdoor Retailer
Here are a few footwear and apparel highlights we spotted from Keen, Mountain Hardwear, Icebreaker, La Sportiva, Icebreaker, Sierra Designs, The North Face, and DownTek. Read more
August 5, 2012

Outdoor Retailer: Hiking Gear Preview
Companies offer a plethora of new hiking and backpacking packs. Apparel not only keeps you warm and dry, but can also cool you down. Trekking poles get lighter and more compact. Read more
July 30, 2012

A Flood of Water-Repellent Down for Sleeping Bags
Down that keeps you warm, even when wet? A flood of hydrophobic DownTek, DriDown, and Q.Shield Down insulation promises to repel water while maintaining loft, insulation, and breathability, even when wet. Read more
July 24, 2012

Bizarre OR (or don't take it all too seriously)
Walking granola gars? Prosthetic beards? Sign of the horns? Sometimes Winter OR gets a little bizarre or reminds us to stop taking it all too seriously. Read more
February 3, 2012

Contact

Mountain Hardwear
1414 Harbour Way South
Ford Point, Suite 1005
Richmond, CA 94804
USA

toll-free: (800) 953-8375

website: www.mountainhardwear.com
email: info@mountainhardwear.com, warranty@mountainhardwear.com