Mountaintop Adventure 65L Backpack

Review of the Mountaintop Adventure 65 Liter Backpack. If you are looking for a backpacking ruck for a budget friendly price, at $80 this is an impressive pack.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01E86WOP0/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

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Comments

Andy Me says:

Just picked it up today on a lightning sale through Amazon. $55
Can’t wait to take it out!

Kasino80 says:

Were there any side pockets besides the two mesh?

Asdf None says:

nice watch! what’s g-shock do you have?

godofsail reviews says:

Are u still happy with the bag?

Dano S says:

How is the bag holding up over time? Do the mesh side pockets tear/rip easily? How well does it perform under a 2 hour rainstorm (with and without rainfly)?

ChristofferEricsater says:

Do you feel 65 litre is the minimum for a Bag Out Bag?
Or what are the reasons for this specific litre? A lot of Bag out Bags seem to land on 40 litre when watching many videos on youtube.
Thanks for great channel! 🙂

JV 123 says:

First of all, thanks for making this review. I am 16 years old, 6’0″ tall, and weigh 145 pounds. I need a pack for a backpacking trip soon and I don’t know how this will fit. I am always hesitant to buy items of this nature from Amazon since it is kind of hard to return. Base on your experience with this pack, should I opt for this, the 60 liter version, or a different size altogether?

Brian Wang says:

is this backpack the brown color one as shown on amazon?

Trekkingbase says:

The Mountaintop Adventure 65 Liter is excellent and cheap! It has won our price for the best chap trekking backpack 2016 http://trekkingbase.de/trekkingrucksack-test/

Emily Jimenez says:

does items come with it

Aaron Rowe says:

I didn’t notice any lower back/lumbar support or padding, do you think this would be a good pack for someone 5’5″ with lower back pain?

nagol5178 says:

I just bought the 70L+10L expandable version of this. I also have the 45+5 as a small one. I’m not prepping or anything but I’m a landscape photographer. I’m just now getting into camping to get certain shots. Do you have any recommended videos you’ve done on food that would fit in a 70L bag along with a full frame camera, Bible, notebooks, 3 Liter water bladder, clothing, tent and sleeping bag I put at the bottom. What seems to be hard for me is to find out how to eat and get enough water. I know of some trails that have springs but I can’t figure out what water filtration system to buy that would fit well in the bag. It seems like none of them get good reviews except for huge ones.

Italo petrucci says:

Nice review. Do you think it can resist to the way of Saint James in Spain? Its a 35 days walk form San Jean Pied Port to Santiago of Compostela.

John Mayfield says:

got this bag love it I’m 6 ft fits good for me

Cameron Hairston says:

can you do a quick performance video after you come back from the trip

CK Knife and Tool says:

Big5 had (has) a similar pact in 65L that was pretty nice. Came in OD Green and a sand/ light tan. Thicker Cordura body materials, a thicker padded waist but no pockets, and two aluminum internal stays for the internal frame. Mine held a good 48 lbs and was still fairly comfortable. The price was usually $85-$90 but every once in a while they drop to $65. Sold it after a couple years and went to an Alps Commander external frame pack though.

Milan Grbic says:

I want to purchase Mountaintop 80l backpack, but I’m curious is it gonna fit for my height? I’m 183-84 cm tall. I’ve noticed some comments and reviews that Mountaintop backpacks are only suitable for shorter people, like 175cm is maximum. Any advice and suggestions will be greatly appreciated

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