‘With a weight of just 330g you’d expect the Nigor Moyo to be a touch fragile, but the use of Dyneema fabric ups the durability ante. You’ll need to commit to all-round lightweight kit for it to work though.’
Outdoors Magic: Very, very light. Tough fabrics. Less spartan than it looks wth stash pockets and stowage cords. Packs small for summit use.
Outdoors Tragic: No padding means careful packing needed. Doesn’t deal well with ‘full weight’ kit.
Outdoors Grabbit? The Moyo’s key claim to fame is that it’s impressively light, but still decently tough thanks to the use of Dyneema fabric normally specced on high-end climbing packs. And while there’s no lid or back system, you do get three handy stash pockets, a hydration sleeve and handy shock-corded stowage come compression. All nicely done too. The minimal design calls for lightweight loads and careful packing using foam to add some support. Not for everyone, but if you want light and minimal without fragility, there’s not much else to compare.
Ultra-lightweight daypack / Dyneema fabric / space mesh shoulder straps / three stretch mesh stash pockets / zip-open top access / shock-cord stowage / hydration sleeve / detachable waist-belt
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