Marmot Aspen Mountain 35L Internal Frame Pack
The Marmot ® Aspen 35 Internal Frame Pack is the perfect daypack for skiing, hiking, climbing and more. Weighing in at 3 pounds 3 ounces, the Marmot Aspen Mountain 35 Internal Frame Pack won't interfere with your activities. A compression-molded back panel paired with S-curved shoulder straps provides the highest level of comfort and durability.
- Stretch adjuster S-curved shoulder straps
- Compression-molded back panel for comfort
- Mesh split-wrap waist belt allows you to carry more weight comfortably
- Compression straps on sides help control the load
- Removable lid can be used as pillow
- Hydration pocket and port to hold hydration pouch systems
- Tuck-away ice axe straps
- Ski carrying system
- Capacity: 35L/ 2135.83 cubic inches
- Torso fit range: 16"-21"
- Dimensions: 26" x 13" x 7"
- Weight: 3 lbs 3.3 oz
Country of Origin: VietnamWeb ID: 3998003
Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 27 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by KMax7 Works Great Marmot is one of my favorite outdoor brands. I use it for everyday use as well as hiking. I pack kids soccer gear and change of clothes in it. I usually do weekend hikes and it works perfect. November 10, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by Nancy This backpack fit my grandson perfectly. My 11 year old grandson needed a good hiking backpack for a boy scout camping trip. Most of the hiking packs were too big for him but we needed one big enough for attaching his sleeping bag, mat, tent and camp chair. We were able to connect them all on the bottom and sides of this pack. It was a little difficult because of it being smaller due to his size but it worked out great for him. The young man that helped us in finding the right pack and size was very knowledgeable in this department and helped us a lot. He was very courteous and patient and very helpful. November 3, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by Mac Great bag for women I bought this bag and found it to work very we'll for women. I'm 5'4 and little and it fit in all the right places. I agree, I would have liked some outside pockets, but I fit three days worth of gear in it. I'm a pretty light packer. I've invested in the smaller and lighter weight gear and found it to be worth it. For the price and weight, it's worth it. February 18, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by emanoh Good Mid volume bag I haven't cycled through dozens of bags in my hiking career, so I can't compare this one to others, but this bag is my go to overnight bag, day hiking bag and gear bag for multi-day car adventures. I own the aspen in all black. I also own other Marmont products and have always found them to be of high quality. The name brand price and over all construction first drew me to this bag. Some of the other posters have given this bag negative reviews based on not having this or that or that the size is small. It's only a 35L bag and meant for short trips and not for multi-week hiking. If you're a serious minimalist you could squeeze a week out of this bag. Yes, it would be nice to have a couple of external mesh pockets. The 35L is pretty much all one big cavity and a creative and experienced backpacker can squeeze a lot out of this bag. The small useless pockets on the lower sides I think are supposed to allow you to carry skis? I've only been able to tuck my tent poles into them and then secure them. I also wish you they were large enough to tuck the end of a sleeping mat while securing them down the side. Yes, there are no hip belt pockets like the website suggests. I do like the upper gear stash and found the compartments to be well laid out, useful and swallow gear. I like the one buckle cinch system for the top lid. The shoulder straps and waist belt hit me in the right places and I'm 6'2". One of the other posters mentioned how the bag cinches close to your body and I concur. It's low profile and you feel secure while on the trail. While the biggest hang up is that it doesn't have external pockets there are plenty of places to hook a carabineer. Personally I don't like a bunch of stuff jostling around outside my pack, but you can engineer some additional storage. October 19, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by dombdomb awesome the pac is great and has awsome feature's I relly enjoy using this product I can't wait until this winter September 23, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Anthony Really like it I've only had it a short time, but seems very well assembled. My somewhat complaint is also external pockets, or lack thereof. Be forewarned there are no pockets on waist belt as others have pointed out. September 14, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Cedric Holds up FANTASTICALLY! I've had this pack for about 8 years now. I use it every week to carry my laundry. I've also used it on countless weekend camping trips, overnights to stay with friends and family, and at least 2-3 hikes every summer. After all of this the pack still looks like new, with the only sign of wear showing up around the draw string at the top. I wish it had outside pockets sometimes, but I also love how it fits so close to my body when I'm carrying it and I know from other packs that outside pockets tend not to fit like that. Overall I highly recommend this pack. It's very durable and seems for me at least to be the perfect size for a short trip. August 24, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by BoatRat great pack!! I needed a new pack for a trip around the Caribbean. This fits all my gear plus more!! Great quality, and well built!! I recommend this for anyone looking for a great inexpensive pack!! July 30, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by Rich After hiking rim to rim in Grand Canyon Wish it had more outside pockets/storage. Just didn't have enough easily accessible storage. June 17, 2014
Rated 2 out of 5 by jhik34 Misleading description, lacking features, well constructed I purchased the Aspen 35 anticipating that the pack had waist belt pockets as described here on the site and multiple times throughout the product details. The pack DOES NOT have waist belt pockets. Had a new pack shipped to me promptly to resolve the issue and the new pack also DOES NOT have waist belt pockets. The 2 star review is to reflect the difference in the product that was described to me and the actual product that is being sold. The waist belt feature was a key selling point for me in my decision to choose this pack because it lacks any real external pockets (with the exception of the top pocket) or water bottle pockets (hydration compatible). False advertising aside, the pack is very well constructed with a comfortable suspension system to accommodate up to ~30lbs. Would recommend if you are looking for a decent overnight bag without the need for many features that is very well constructed. Tested with 28lbs on a 22 mile overnight hike through the Appalachian foothills. June 4, 2014