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Exped Mountain Reviews Summary and Buyer's Guide

Last updated July 3, 2019

based on 2 reviews

We have checked a few reviews and found 11 reasons to buy the Mountain - and 3 reasons NOT to buy it.

Check all the pros and cons here.

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Reviews Summary

Here's what the reviewers think about the Exped Mountain:

Reviewers like these things about the Exped Mountain

  • Reviewers agree that the Exped Mountain backpack is comfortable to wear.
  • Other reviewers noted that the pack is durable due to its robust fabric and construction.
  • Testers found sufficient pockets on the bag which could be essential in storing and securing things.
  • Reviewers found that the pack is versatile.
  • Other reviewers noted that it has a clean top-loading design.
  • They recommend the use of the bag for hiking, biking, and climbing.
  • According to those who have used the bag, its shoulder straps are supportive yet flexible to provide a good wrap.
  • Some reviewers noted that the bungee system on the font is ideal for lashing a helmet, a wet rain jacket, or a trekking pole.
  • Reviewers mentioned that it consists of two stretchy polyester side pockets.
  • Many users were able to note that the pack is lightweight.
  • Users thought that the bag includes a hip belt that adds support and stability.

Reviewers don't like these things

  • A user thought that the bag is not ideal for backcountry skiing.
  • Another user felt that it does not comfortably store everything in place.
  • A reviewer thought that it lacks organizational features.


Crowdsourced specs across all Exped Mountain models and sizes:

Capacity iconCapacity20-44.5 l (1220-2716 cuin)
Weight iconWeight2.5-2.8 oz (1.1-1.3 kg)

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Feature Summary

Many sources mention these Exped Mountain features:
  • Seam taped
  • Carry-on size
  • Compression straps
  • Ice axe/trekking pole loops
  • Water resistant

Actual features depends on the model, so check the features before you buy.

Capacity/Weight Levels

The capacity/weight level shows how much the bag weights compared with it's capacity (volume).

The lower the capacity/weight level, the better.

2020 l2.5 oz0.12 oz/L
5044.5 l2.8 oz0.06 oz/L
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Exped Mountain
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Selected Reviews

Backcountry Skiing Canada

Overall, my verdict is that the Mountain Lite 40 isn’t the lightest minimalist pack out there but it is strong and comfortable making it a good choice for those who enjoy short hikes or snowshoe trips through the mountains.

Posted 26 December 2012 by Vince Hempsall - Read full review

Peak Mountaineering

For other users I also think you should look very carefully at the Mountain Pro. It works really well for mountain days, cragging, winter climbing and just about everything in between

Posted 27 June 2012 - Read full review

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Last updated on July 03, 2019