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Sneak Peek: New Daypacks

February 03, 2014

For the past few months Nick Robinson, the Mont pack designer, has been busy sketching, cutting, sewing, testing and developing the forthcoming daypack range.

The new range will include total redesigns of the Trance, the Transit, the Java and Sentinel daypacks.

With a raft of new features like the re-worked hip-belt, improvements to old features like the improved media-pocket fabric, and as always the highest quality Nylon webbings, Cordura Fabric and Australian made DR80 Canvas attached to SoloLite Harnesses; these daypacks are built tough with function-first modern styling.

Mont Technical Packs: world class and ready for years of adventure.

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Keep your eyes peeled with an expected arrival date in early April.

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