Moment Strohl Mountain Light 45L Backpack

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Size: Medium (17"-18.5" Torso Length)

Color: Black

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    “The ultimate pack for minimalist hikers with a camera”

    — Kraig Adams

    Which Size Should You Get?

    Not sure if you should get the Medium or the Large? Ultimately the right bag is the one that fits your body and more specifically your torso. If you don’t know how to measure your torso length, grab a friend to help you measure and follow these tips:

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    How To Measure Your Torso Length

    Meet The MTN Light 45L Backpack

    Just 1kg with Ultralight Materials

    From day hikes to overnights, this bag is designed to be ultralight and nimble. While traditional backpacking packs weigh 2-3kg, the MTN Light 45L backpack saves you 1kg of extra fabric weight you don't need to carry.

    • Total Weight: 2lbs, 6oz (1.08kg)
    • Ultralight, waterproof Cordura ripstop fabric.
    • Taped seams for rugged protection
    • Removable waist belt pocket and internal frame to shed ounces

    Did we mention it’s the lightest camera backpack we’ve ever seen?

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    Camera Ready

    Quick camera access was one of the main considerations of the MTN Light Series. The backpack provides quick back-panel access for fast capture. Pack your own ICU or add the MTN Light Camera Insert for the perfect fit inside the bag. It carries up to a Canon 5D size camera body and 4 lenses.

    Don't need the interior camera storage? Add the MTN Light Camera Loader for quick access to your camera at any point on the trail.

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    The Strohl Mountain Light 45L - Everything Bundle

    Get all the Strohl Mountain Lite products in one awesome bundle:
    - Mountain Light 45L Backpack
    - Mountain Light Camera Loader
    - Mountain Light Camera Insert

    Get The Bundle

    Built for Your Mountain Gear

    Whether backpacking, thru-hiking, or hitting the trail for a day trip, the MTN 45L has every feature to comfortably carry all your gear:

    Sternum and waist straps for stability

    Hydration bladder compatible

    Side straps for tripod, tent poles, and other long items

    Removable waist belt pocket for easy-access items

    Shoulder stretch pockets for water bottles, phone, or snacks

    Molded back panel for ventilated comfort

    Expandable drawstring top closure

    Removable brain with quick-access pocket

    Pack As You Like

    The MTN Light 45L is designed for fast & light travel in the mountains. It's perfect for those 1-3 day treks depending on how dialed your kit is. The roll-top design let's you to fit more or less depending on your gear.

    Pack in even more with the external pockets and attachment loops. The expandable drawstring top closure also adds 10L of storage when packed full.

    Going even lighter? Remove the internal frame for day hikes and travel days to pack it down even smaller.

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    How To Pack The MTN Light 45L Backpack

    Ben Tibbets

    "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.

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