Mountainsmith Clear Creek 20 Pack

Mountainsmith
SKU: MTSCC
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Your Price:

$59.95

Product Highlights:

  • Air mesh back panel
  • Hydration compatible with single exit port
  • Interior organizer sleeve
  • Reflective Hypalon loop
  • Removable 1 inch waist belt

About Mountainsmith Clear Creek 20 Pack

Mountainsmith Clear Creek 20 Pack
The Mountainsmith Clear Creek 20 Pack is part of Mountainsmith's All Terrain Line. This backpack is very lightweight and has a lot of room to hold your gear and water. On the front of the backpack are two panel loader sections for all of your backpacking essentials that you need to quickly access. The pack has two main zippered compartments, one slightly larger than the other. On the side of the pack there are compression straps which can be tightened in order to secure the load closer to your back and thus reducing stress on the lower back and shoulders. The side of the bag also has mesh holders for your average size water bottle. The Mountainsmith Clear Creek 20 Pack also features a perspiration airway which will eliminate moisture and keep your back nice and dry. On the top of the bag there is a haul handle in case you would rather carry your bag than fit it on your back. The pack is also hydration compatible, bladder sold separately. There is a hydration port at the top of the back panel and a compatible shoulder strap to run the feeding tube. If you have safety concerns while hiking at dusk, the reflective hypalon loop will help make others aware of you.

Mountainsmith Clear Creek 20 Pack Features

  • Air mesh backpanel
  • Haul handle
  • Hydration compatible with single exit port
  • Interior organizer sleeve
  • Reflective Hypalon loop
  • Removable 1" waistbelt
  • Side compression straps for load stability
  • Side panel mesh pockets fits SIGG and Nalgene style water bottles
  • Single panel loader
  • Top access front panel stash pocket
  • Torso Fit Range: 15 in. - 19 in. (38 - 48.25 cm)

Mountainsmith Clear Creek 20 Pack Specifications

Pack Style
Daypack
Pack Dimensions
18 in. x 10.25 x 6 in.
Capacity
Up to 20 lbs
Torso Fit Range
15 in. - 19 in.
Weight
16.5 oz.
Material
210d Duramax Junior RipStop Nylon, 420d Duramax Nylon, 210d RipStop Liner
Loader
Single panel loader
Backplane
Air mesh
Sleeve
Interior organizer
Handle
Haul handle
Available in the Following Colors:
Chili Red, Ever Green, Heritage Black, Midnight Blue
Weight [with packaging]
1.6 lb
Mfr #
SKU
MTSCC
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Pat B  Will it stand up to hauling 40 lbs of textbooks day after day?
GAIL G  I have another Mountainsmith that I use when I travel and camp. I have had it for several years and is still in good shape. As far as the 40 pounds, there is no hip belt on this one (the Clear Creek) and I wouldn't want to have 40 pounds in a backpack that doesn't have a hip belt. I really don't think it is big enough to carry a computer and that many books to add up to 40 pounds. The zippers all are heavy duty zippers and should hold up. I just got mine, so it really hasn't been used that much.
Pat B  Will it stand up to hauling 40 lbs of textbooks day after day?
GAIL G  I have another Mountainsmith that I use when I travel and camp. I have had it for several years and is still in good shape. As far as the 40 pounds, there is no hip belt on this one (the Clear Creek) and I wouldn't want to have 40 pounds in a backpack that doesn't have a hip belt. I really don't think it is big enough to carry a computer and that many books to add up to 40 pounds. The zippers all are heavy duty zippers and should hold up. I just got mine, so it really hasn't been used that much.
Pat B  Will it stand up to hauling 40 lbs of textbooks day after day?
GAIL G  I have another Mountainsmith that I use when I travel and camp. I have had it for several years and is still in good shape. As far as the 40 pounds, there is no hip belt on this one (the Clear Creek) and I wouldn't want to have 40 pounds in a backpack that doesn't have a hip belt. I really don't think it is big enough to carry a computer and that many books to add up to 40 pounds. The zippers all are heavy duty zippers and should hold up. I just got mine, so it really hasn't been used that much.
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