High Sierra Express Lumbar Pack

June 17, 2013 - Comment

Perfect for those all-day adventures, our Express lumbar pack holds a lot and keeps you hydrated with one side-mounted 500ml GE Lexan shatter-resistant water bottle and space for another. Product Features Large, top-load main compartment has CD/MP3 player pocket with PVC headphone port. Zippered front accessory pocket, with key fob, is great for change, I.D.

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Perfect for those all-day adventures, our Express lumbar pack holds a lot and keeps you hydrated with one side-mounted 500ml GE Lexan shatter-resistant water bottle and space for another.

Product Features

  • Large, top-load main compartment has CD/MP3 player pocket with PVC headphone port. Zippered front accessory pocket, with key fob, is great for change, I.D. and other small items.
  • Dual-side mesh water bottle pockets. Equipped with one 500ml BPA-Free Tritan shatter-resistant bottle. Adjustable side compression straps secure contents of pack.
  • Durable waist belt, with webbing keepers, adjusts to fit waist sizes 18 to 55 inches. Reflective accent piping provides added safety at night.
  • Vapel mesh Airflow padded back panel wicks body moisture and provides superior comfort. Impact- and freeze-resistant hardware performs well in adverse conditions. Reflective loop holds a bike LED blinker

Comments

PB2008 says:

Excellent design, high capacity, no BPA I own this, the Envoy, and the Passport.Based on the review citing BPA I called the manufacturer. They switched to a bottle with no BPA over a year ago so that is no longer a concern. The bottle and the package now indicate this.Just the main compartment can hold a compact umbrella, wallet, cell phone, and key case with room to spare. The smaller front compartment alone is big enough to hold a wallet, cell phone, and keys with room to spare. A lot of capacity…

Robert Petkus says:

My day excursion and micro diaper bag First off, I’m glad Amazon carries this product — but I really wanted to physically inspect a number of lumbar packs, make comparisons, and decide if it met my capacity, comfort, and utilitarian needs. Unfortunately, I couldn’t find any in my area stores.As it was, choosing this particular pack was almost torturous as you don’t get a clear idea of what it can hold. And so I kept vacillating between a few High Sierra products — this one, the Diplomat (which seemed too high and…

Sara Gryger says:

Great, Affordable Lumbar Pack A great entry-level pack, very practical and well suited for the casual/day hiker and/or anyone who doesn’t want to spend $50-60 or more on a pack from a “fancier” equipper. The pack is well constructed and carries plenty of water. The central cargo container is modest — it’s not going to work as a diaper bag — but if you’re looking for a pack that optimizes H2O capacity (has pockets for two water bottles) without being a huge monster, the High Sierra Express is a good choice. For a slim…

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