Mountainsmith Day Review, Pros and Cons

Mountainsmith Day is rated 4.38 based on 614 reviews

Feature Summary

Mountainsmith Day Lumbar Pack
  • Tuck-away waistbelt with forward pull adjustment webbing
  • Front panel bungee attachment system
  • Strapette compatible (sold separately)
  • Interior foam padded sleeve for tablet carry
  • Smartphone compatible waistbelt pockets (Fits up to iPhone 6+ and Galaxy S6)

Reviews Summary

Here’s what the reviewers think about the Mountainsmith Day:

Reviewers like these things about the Mountainsmith Day

  • Some users love how they can wear the bag sideway, in the front and back as waistbag, or as a backpack.
  • Others particularly like how the zippers open very nicely and easily.
  • Many reviewers find the straps nice and comfortable.
  • Some users are glad with how the two straps at the bottom allow for attaching a tripod.
  • Many users enjoy the oversized zipper pulls that do not bind and are easy to locate.
  • Others like how the loops make hanging eye glass case or keys simple.
  • Many travelers like how it fits perfectly under the airline seat.
  • A lot of users thought it’s large enough to carry enough gear but small enough to get through the stores and lines encountered on trip.
  • Some users find the hipbelt comfortable and easy to adjust.
  • Many owners appreciate the presence of two water bottle holders for hydration.
  • A lot of users love how it keeps their bacj open to breath and keeps the weight on the hips, without straining the shoulders.
  • Padding on the waist belt is also appreciated by a lot of users.
  • Some owners find it perfect for their hiking needs as it enables them to carry enough water and snacks for a 15mile trip, plus binoculars and a DSLR without issue.
  • Others particularly like how the back pocket holds plane ticket and hotel info for easy access.
  • Extremely well built, looks good, multiple compartments, hydration space, spacious and adjustable are cited as the main reasons for choosing this bag.
  • Lumbar pockets are also a favorite feature of the bag.
  • Some employees chose this bag to carry tools while allowing their hands free for measuring, note taking, working without weight on their shoulders.
  • Many users find the optional straps great and very comfortable and easy on the back.

Reviewers don’t like these things

  • Others find the shoulder strap difficult to adjust while wearing.
  • Some users said the only negative would be that the top of pack can lean away from body.

Selected Reviews

Backpack Gear Test

It is a great all around pack and very versatile. It can be used a lumber pack and also as a daypack.

Posted 5 February 2008 by Chuck Carnes – Read full review

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