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Mountainsmith Frostfire

The Frostfire has been discontinued. If you're looking for something new, check out the best weekend packs for 2020.

Specs

Price Reviewers Paid: $150.00

Reviews

2 reviews
5-star:   2
4-star:   0
3-star:   0
2-star:   0
1-star:   0

I only paid $150 because I bought it used, a new one will cost about 260. This is one of the best packs ever made. It has an excellent design that makes the pack extremly comfortable. There is a top pouch that will detach for a lumbar pack, mine doesn't because it is the older model. A bungee in the front is very usefull, it keeps gear secured and can also keep a jacket or fleece handy. Two large water bottle pouches on the sides will hold any size bottle known to man. There is a half moon zipper at the bottom of the pack so you can get your sleeping bag out easily.

I would recommend this bag to everyone, it is bombproof and has every feature that is needed and at a decent price. Check out my other reviews on the mountainsmith backcountry express, and
the tour bag, both are great for day hikes, mountain biking and for messing around town.

Design: internal
Size: 6,590
Number of Pockets: 4
Max. Load Carried: about 45 lbs
Height of Owner: 5'9''
Price Paid: $150

Mountainsmith sticks with the basics on this pack. I used to carry a Mountainsmith Crestone II and fell in love with the brand. I understand why "they" (Mountainsmith) are called the best fitting packs. Held well during expeditions and the trampoline pocket came in handy. Highly recommended!

Design: Internal
Size: 6300
Number of Pockets: 1 trampoline + 1 large lid
Max. Load Carried: 55lbs.
Height of Owner: 5 foot 8 inches

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