Mountain Hardwear PCT 55 L Pack - Men's vs Remote Equipment Alpha 31

  • Made for carrying loads up to 40 pounds
  • Hydration sleeve converts to a small daypack
  • Very easy to adjust the torso length
  • No rolltop closure
  • Left hipbelt pocket is mesh,
  • Great for hiking
  • Comfortable straps
  • Lightweight
  • Expands well when needed
  • Water bottle pockets are great

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Mountain Hardwear PCT 55 L Pack - Men's
My first real backpacking pack and its almost perfect
This is my first real pack for overnight backpacking. I have been hiking and using Mtn Hardware packs for a long time I currently have a Splitter 20 that I've had for about 8 years and put through the ringer. Also my newer pack a Rainshadow 36 that's about 4 years old and used and abused with no sig...
1 year ago
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Remote Equipment Alpha 31
Remote Equipment Alpha 31 2022: THE GRAIL!!
Now let's talk about the features on back for a second. All right. So you do have load lifters on this pack
2 months ago
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Mountain Hardwear PCT 55 L Pack - Men's
First Look: This New Mountain Hardwear Pack Blends Support and Breathability
Thanks to the hipbelt design, our load remained centered and the PCT moved with us no matter how we stepped. With minimal pack sway, we finished the hike in comfort. The next hikes—two laps grunting up Jackson’s local ski hill, Snow King, and a 15-mile adventure in the Gros Ventre Range—confirmed the PCT’s ability to handle 50-pound loads without restricting movement or leaving our shoulders sore
4 months ago
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Remote Equipment Alpha 31
Remote Equipment - Alpha 31 - The Perfect Pack
For me, Remote Equipment’s first pack is a winner.
2 months ago
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