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Mountainsmith Lumbar-Recycled Series Day TLS R Backpack


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Salsa Red
One Size
  • fabric
  • Zippered main compartment has zippered hanging pocket and bright yellow lining for visibility; also features a zippered front panel pocket
  • Removable shoulder strap with a sliding pad, tuck-away waist belt and air mesh foam back panel
  • Delta Compression System load adjustment with two compression straps
  • 2 water bottle pockets that accommodate 32-ounce water bottles; reflective highlights
  • Made from 100 percent recycled plastic water bottles; four water bottles make each bag
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Product Description

For hiking, urban touring or school, the day is the fanny pack that started it all and it's still a perennial favorite. This classic, sizable waist pack delivers all of the features and functionality you've come to expect. The Mountainsmith Day TLS (Technical Lumbar System) is designed to stash all of the bare essentials (and then some) that you can’t imagine leaving home without. Made from Reforge™ recycled PET body fabric (100% Recycled) and high tenacity nylon in key wear areas to up the ante on performance. Key features include waistbelt mesh pockets, wider shoulder strap pad for messenger carry, flat profile side bottle pockets, dedicated internal iPad/tablet sleeve, and increased ergonomic fit with our Lumbar Control Point™ pad. This classic keeps getting better.

Product Details

Color: Salsa Red | Size: One Size
  • Product Dimensions: 8.1 x 13 x 12 inches ; 1.8 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B005LUTMJE
  • Item model number: 12-10036R-23
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (50 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #27,624 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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It is the best pack that I've ever owned.
Caity Bachelder
Also, there are so many adjustment straps to help keep the bag tight against your body.
Allan R
I use it for everything--hiking, riding my bike to work, day trips.
Candice Baker

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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Allan R on November 6, 2012
Color Name: Heritage CobaltSize Name: One Size Verified Purchase
Best hip pack I've ever worn. There is ample room inside for plenty of gear. The most I've ever loaded up was a small first aid kit, a stuffable windbreaker, gloves, beanie cap, lightweight fleece, miscellaneous energy bars, a sandwich, a 1L water bag with hose, and water bottle in the outer pockets. And it never felt like it was sagging, or bouncing around. As stated, you can fit a small water bag, I use this product: http://www.amazon.com/Platy-Soft-Bottle-Closure-Cap/dp/B002LSS68C/ref=pd_sim_sg_14 in the 1L size, but I think the one I have is a previous version, more rectangular. I attach a drinking hose and then zip the bag closed with the hose sticking out. There is a liner between the water bag pouch, which keeps it separated from other items in the bag.

Also, there are so many adjustment straps to help keep the bag tight against your body. This is key for a bigger hip pack. I've tried a lot of different types, but this one by far fits the best, even though it is by far the biggest. And when it is really loaded down, there is a padded shoulder strap that is removable. I don't like using it if I can, because it sort of defeats the purpose of having the freedom of no straps, but it does the job well for days the pack is really loaded down.

I also like the outer pocket. It is a good place to store things you will access frequently, such as snacks and camera parts. The main zipper is more difficult to get into when the bag is properly cinched down to your body, but the outer pocket is easy to get into. There are also mesh pouches on the buckle strap which can hold a surprsing amount of things. More energy bars, or smaller camera parts fit inside easily. Lots of storage!

The only (small) complaint I have is the exterior water bottle holders.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Alan Mazer on July 17, 2013
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I bought this pack for full-day hikes and now use it anytime I go out, even for a couple hours. It's got a ton of room, accommodates 2 quart-size bottles in the pockets (and another quart or two inside if necessary), and is surprisingly comfortable. I just keep it stocked with emergency supplies, food, sometimes clothing, and whenever I want to go hiking, I fill the water bottles and take off.

A couple notes: There are a bunch of straps on this thing, and it will ride much better if you pull the upper straps taut. I didn't even know the straps were there at first, and was wondering why it was riding low. It's also sometimes a little squeaky, and sometimes at the beginning of a hike, when I'm loaded down with water, I can sense a lot of strain on the belt.

That said, I typically carry 10-12 pounds of stuff, for up to 15 miles at a time, with lots of climbing, and this pack has never let me down. It's just a great pack.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Tradecraft TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on October 18, 2013
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The Mountainsmith Lumbar-Recycled Series Day TLS R Backpack, in Pinon Green, is an excellent lumbar pack when going for a long hike and even an overnighter if you are a true minimalist. I tend to like to use a backpack when hiking and have done so for years. Recently, I wanted to re-evaluate what I carry on hikes and not carry as much gear. When I carry a backpack I tend to fill it up with gear. After doing a lot of research I chose the Mountainsmith Day which holds 854 cubic inches of gear. This is big enough to carry all the essentials that I need to include some emergency items should the need arise. I was originally looking at the Maxpedition Sabercat Versipack, Khaki but it does not have water bottle pockets to hold water which I need since I am in a desert environment. I know I can add MOLLE attachments to the Sabercat to carry water but then weight distribution tends to get unbalanced and uncomfortable. So I ended up with the Mountainsmith Day. It should be noted that Mountainsmith did some upgrades and modifications to the 2012 Day which is slightly different from prior models. Modifications include:

+ Waistbelt mesh pockets that can hold small items
+ Wider shoulder strap pad
+ Flat profile side bottle pockets
+ Internal iPad sleeve that cannot be removed
+ A Lumbar Control Point pad for increased ergonomic fit

I really like the waist belt mesh pockets which make good use of space that would otherwise go unused. I do not use the shoulder strap and instead purchased the Mountainsmith Strapettes which is a must have in my opinion.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Swallowtail on August 3, 2013
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This is my second Mountainsmith Series Day fanny pack. I only had to replace my older one because the rubberized lining was wearing off after quite a few years use. It is a good, comfortable pack but there is one thing missing and one thing rather unsatisfactory. The first is the absence of loops on the waist belt near the front of the pack that were present on my older pack (similar in size and design). I used to clip a large carabiner on those and it enabled me to attach an unused hat, telescoping hiking pole or even a small point and shoot camera for quick and easy access. Instead they have put mesh compartments on the sides of the belt. These are okay but won't hold any of the above. I really miss those loops!! Second, the water bottle holders are annoyingly tight! If I take my bottle out, it's extremely difficult to get it back in without twisting the pack around so I can see what I'm doing. I wish my old Mountainsmith pack hadn't worn out but this is better than nothing.
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