Mountain Hardwear Sizing Chart
|Men's Frame (fig. 1)||16-18"|
|17 1/2-19 1/2"|
|Women's Frame (fig. 1)||14 1/2-16 1/2"|
|Men's Waist Belt (fig. 2)||≤ 30"|
≤ 76 cm
|Women's Waist Belt (fig. 2)||≤ 28"|
≤ 71 cm
≥ 81 cm
|Back Length (fig. 1)||S||M||L|
|Trance, Sortie, Phenom, Foray||≤ 16"|
≤ 40 cm
|Back Length (fig. 1)||-||R||L|
≤ 46 cm
≥ 46 cm
4.4 out of 5
Great build, a little bigger than I expected
December 30, 2009
This rain cover is well made and I like that the storage bag is built into the cover itself. I got the small and it is a little too big for my everyday TNF Surge backpack, but will fit my weekend pack great.
Large rainfly to big for 60L pack
May 17, 2010
Way too big but that's okay. Its pretty cool how it packs into itself pretty easy too. Its pretty heavy but durable and was to big for my TNF terra 60. I think it was over priced but most MH is.
Excellent fit over fully loaded BMG pack
July 17, 2009
Fits well over fully loaded BMG pack (6500ci), even with 2 Carcia bear cans attached to the outside. Compresses nicely into it's own sack.
nice rain cover
July 03, 2009
The (large) rain cover worked great with my 85L Osprey pack with room still if I had to put items on the outside of the pack. The picture isn't the same as the product however. I gave it four out of five because it still felt big on my fully loaded pack. Otherwise a great product kept my pack dry and clean.
March 11, 2011
Overall, it is a good rain cover. I like that it is made out of durable material, but like others have said, it seems a little thicker than most rain covers. Maybe some day I will catch it on a tree and be thankful, but as for now I'd like to lose the weight. I bought the small to go over my Lg Fluid 32 pack, which is 35L, so there is a bit of extra room in it, which I expected. It can easily fit a fully loaded pack, with two water bottles and have room to spare for some gear attached to the outside.Pros: Build quality, Lasts forever
Good material, cinch
August 14, 2008
Just got back from a 5 day trip in the Rockies and used this cover every single day. It is made of a tough (and pretty thick) Cordura material. I have a 70L MH pack. The Large fit pretty well with plenty of extra room to spare. you could easily fit a sleeping pad under it. The cover stays on the bag via a drawstring at the bottom of the cover (about the middle back of the hipbelt). I often used the cover even when it wasn't raining so that when I set my bag down on the trail it wouldn't get covered in mud. I only gave it a "4" rating as it could have been a little lighter I think. Oh, at least on my cover the MH logo is on the bottom of the bag and is pretty small (unlike the large, top mounted logo in the picture)
August 14, 2009
This is the highest quality backpack cover I have seen (it's also the heaviest). However, it is not large enough for my 6550 cu in Kelty backpack. So, I went with an Outdoor Research Extra Large lightweight pack cover. The OR did fit with room to spare so it's by far the largest cover out there (I did quite a bit of research). I narrowed all of them down to two and had to order both and return the one that didn't fit. In spite of the increased weight I would have kept this cover if it would have fit. Seems like it would last a very long time. The OR is closer to parachute material so won't last as long.
Available sizes, while supplies last, include size small, size medium and size large: s, m, l.