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Tashev Mount 100+20 S+

photo: Tashev Mount 100+20 S+ expedition pack (70l+)


Price Reviewers Paid: $113.00
Volume 100L
Extra Volume 20L
Height 90 cm
Weight 2680 g


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

This is a special version of the famed Bulgarian outdoor manufacturer’s expedition pack. It has a total carrying capacity of 120 liters.

Well built of Cordura nylon and Teflon, it's a pack of high quality materials.

Unknown in the States but it has gotten reviews in Europe where it's sold and YouTube.


  • A monster pack! You could live out of it if you had nothing else.
  • Quality construction. It's not cheaply made and that’s critical if you’re far from civilization and need a dependable pack.
  • Has a VBS system, well padded chest straps and a comfortable supportive waist belt.
  • Special S+ model has additional features:
  • Mount S+' pluses:
  • 1. H20 hydration system compatible
  • 2. 2 spacious, zipped, hip belt pockets
  • 3. Internal A4 document sleeve /excellent for all plane
  • tickets, licenses and other valuable documents, when they
  • must survive till the end of the expedition/
  • 4. Buckled side compression straps /for easier use
  • of pockets and straps
  • 5. Bigger and wider side pockets /to suit even more needs/
  • 6. Side pockets get shock cords with stoppers for greater
  • security of their content /look in the gallery/
  • 7. Enlarged integrated raincover /covers the backpack
  • entirely, even when fully loaded/
  • 8. Elastic cord on the lid for additional load attachment
  • /in addition to the top and bottom d-rings
  • 9. Keyholder in the lid pocket /perfect for keeping car
  • keys safe and easy to reach
  • 10. Organizer for documents and pens in the frontal pocket
  • convenient when Mount S+ is the only bag you carry


  • None I can think of. At $330 retail it would still be worth every penny for a world class quality pack.
  • I was looking for a big expedition pack and I found it for a more reasonable price.
  • There are cheaper packs out there, but none of them have the quality build and features that come with a top brand name.



This is my first large pack and if helps others decide what one to get, it's why I wrote this review.

Source: bought it new
Price Paid: $113


Thanks for sharing some info on this pack, Norman. What kind of trips and terrain are you using it on?

2 years ago

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