Strohl Mountain Light 45L Backpack - Open Box

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Strohl Mountain Light 45L Backpack - Open Box

    Designed by Alex Strohl, you no longer need to choose between a mountain pack and a camera bag. With this bag, you get both.

    From day hikes to overnights, this bag is designed to be lightweight and nimble. With rugged custom materials, taped seams, thoughtful external storage, and modular elements, it’s weatherproof and adaptable to any type of mission you can think of. Quick Back panel access and a compact camera unit allow easy camera carry and fast capture. We also prioritized space for non-camera gear so you can bring what you need for long days in the mountains. Did we mention it’s the lightest camera backpack we’ve ever seen? Free yourself from clunky camera bags of the past, and welcome to Mountain Light by Alex Strohl.

    Open Box - This item was bought brand new by a previous customer and returned without being used. The product is blemish-free and includes all original accessories in the box. The product may be repackaged or in the original packaging. Because the item has been shipped to a customer and back, the external packaging is likely damaged.

    Packaging: original or repackaged.

    Warranty: 12 months

    Return Timeline: non-returnable

    Note: The displayed images are illustrations, the actual items may differ slightly.

    SKU: U-106-163

    “The ultimate pack for minimalist hikers with a camera”

    — Kraig Adams

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    Step 1

    Grab some measuring tape or a piece of string and a ruler! Tilt your head forward and locate the highest bony bump at the base of your neck. This is your C7 vertebra—which is the top of your torso length.

    Step 2

    Tilt your head back up and place your hands on each side of your body to find the top of your hip bones— this center point along your spine is the iliac center and the bottom of your torso length.

    Step 3

    Have your friend measure the distance between the two points to find your torso length

    If your torso length is over 18”, you’ll want the large. If it falls between 17-18.5”, get the Medium. And if it’s under 17”, know that we see you! We hope to introduce a Small size in the future.

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    "Alex and Moment have designed a versatile and modular backpack solution for the adventurous photographer. It is significantly lighter than a traditional travel photographers rucksack, enabling you to move fast and light in the mountains. This is the pack for those moments when you are carrying an ultralight tent and sleeping bag, rather than six kilos of glass… !"

    "... a thorough and well thought out pack for people who prefer to spend their time going on adventures, rather than digging around in a bag for equipment.”

    — Ben Tibbets

    Credentials: Ben Tibbetts is an IFMGA mountain guide and a photographer, artist and writer based in Chamonix, France. Author of ALPENGLOW - documenting ascents of all 82 of the 4,000 meter peaks in the Alps.

    Tech Specs

    Total Weight2lbs, 6oz (1.08kg)
    Core Backpack2lbs, 1oz (0.93kg)
    Brain4oz (0.12kg)
    Hip Pouch1 oz (0.03kg)
    Drawstring Top ClosureAdds an extra 10L of storage
    Height when fully packed without brain30" (762mm)
    Height when fully packed with brain31.5" (800.1mm)
    Circumference37" (939.8mm)
    Back Width10.5" (266.7mm)
    Body210D Waterproof Cordura™ Ripstop (Nylon 6,6), Rugged Powermesh
    BackplateEVA Foam

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