Customer reviews for Mountain Hardwear Lani™ 60

Mountain Hardwear Lani™ 60

Lani™ 60
Overall rating:
3.333 / 5
3.3
 / 
5
(3 reviews) 3
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3 out of 3(100%) recommend this product
Customer reviews for Lani™ 60
Review 1 for Lani™ 60
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4 / 5
4 / 5

A couple of changes and it would be the perfect pack!

PostedDecember 17, 2013
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Mila
Location: Virginia
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4 / 5
4 / 5
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4 / 5
4 / 5
No surprises, what you see is what you get and that's a good thing! However, there are a couple of things I thought I would be fine without, which turned out not to be the case, or at least now I really wish I had them in this pack too. First one, a separate compartment at the bottom. It just makes it easier to separate things you know you'll need for one or two day and not have to always open the whole bag. Second, the top compartment, which you can unclip, slides completely forward if the bag isn't full and it can be very annoying. Other than that, a great and comfortable pack with a lot of room.
I would recommend this product.
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Review 2 for Lani™ 60
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4 / 5
4 / 5

Recommended

PostedDecember 9, 2013
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CSCS
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4 / 5
4 / 5
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4 / 5
4 / 5
I used this bag for a two-week trip in SE Asia and loved it. I bought the medium and had plenty of room. The side pockets are a little tight, but other than that the backpack is great.
I would recommend this product.
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Review 3 for Lani™ 60
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2 / 5
2 / 5

Lani Backpack with NO instructions

PostedMarch 5, 2013
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quiltlady
Location: Beaverton, Oregon
Experience: Casual
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4 / 5
4 / 5
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2 / 5
2 / 5
I love the look of the backpack, however it did not come with any instructions whatsoever. Unfortunately I could not find any help online either. Unless you are an expert already, you will not be able to use all of the functions of this backpack. I am hoping to find out more info prior to my trip I leave for on Saturday.
I was hoping for more help here.
I would recommend this product.
Response from Mountain HardwearBy The Mountain Hardwear Product TeamMarch 27, 2013
In response to your product review, we have added a Backpack Manual to all of our individual backpack detail pages that explains the general features, fit and maintenance tips for our backpacks. We will continue to work on improving these manuals to further explain specific features of specific models in the future. Thanks for providing your feedback!
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Rockville, MD
 
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Thank You For The Manual MH & Functions
Posted June 19, 2014
This might be too late and you probably have figured it all out by now.
I think what you were saying is that it's helpful to know what each part of the pack is used for and additional suggestions to add-on extra gear maybe.
Do you see those 2 looped bungy cords vertical to each other on the right outside of pack pictured? They hold your trek poles - invaluable gear as they take 20 % of the weight stress off hips, knees and ankles. If your walking with the pack fully loaded, I highly recommend you invest in a pair.
The next thing, are the loops at bottom and you can use them for tent polls and sleeping pad(s) if you have the foam. Those not only make for a comfortable sleep but they add between 5 to 7 degrees of insulation underneath you during colder seasons.
Everything else you can be creative with but pack it with your heaviest items dead center in your pack. You'll see why later.
One final word, when you're going down a steep trail or road, you might want to loosen your shoulder straps so the pack weight drags behind you. The opposite pulling them in close for going up steep inclines. You'll see why once your out on your trip. Nothing is worse than taking a bad fall on an expensive backpacking trip. And if your pack weight exceeds 35 pounds, you should have bought all leather hiking boots. They can handle the weight and give you the stability you need. And wear sock liners too.
Hope you had a wonderful adventure!
Poffy
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NorrisC
San Francisco, CA
 
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PDF?
Posted May 28, 2013
Could you please give a link where we can download the pdf? Thanks!
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