HMG 2400 Southwest

HMG 2400 Southwest

HMG 2400 Southwest

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HMG 2400 Southwest - differs from the 2400 Windrider only in that it replaces the outer mesh pockets with three durable, ripstop Dyneema® Hardline pockets. Use this highly functional and comfortable backpack for day trips, weekend hikes, section hiking or months on the trail where frequent resupply points are available, such as the Appalachian Trail, the Long Trail or the El Camino de Santiago. Made from 100% waterproof Dyneema® Composite Fabrics (formerly Cuben Fiber), the 2400 Southwest is highly durable and weatherproof.
Organize and further protect your clothes, gear and sleeping bag from bad weather using HMG Stuff Sacks. Streamlined and optimized to help you avoid snagging your pack on the sharp, prickly vegetation that fills America’s deserts.


  • Three external, solid Dyneema® Hardline pockets
  • Removable, contoured aluminum stays
  • Dyneema® Hardline shoulder straps with 3/8” closed cell foam and spacer mesh
  • 1/4” foam back panel pad

       Compression System

  • Roll-Top closure system with side compression straps for vertical compression
  • Side compression straps for horizontal compression
  • Top Y-strap compression -- Designed to secure gear
  • Dyneema® Hardline hip belt with 1/8” closed cell rigid foam and spacer mesh
  • Dyneema® Hardline zippered pockets on hip belt with #5 YKK zipper
  • Adjustable sternum strap with self-tensioning elastic is finished with quality plastic buckle with a built in signal whistle always on hand
  • Ice Axe loop
  • Hydro port and internal mesh hydro sleeve
  • Four exterior triglide buckles for optional pack accessory straps
  • Proprietary seam sealing on all side seams and behind all sewn-on pack features
  • Dyneema® Fiber Tex 69 thread


White: 811g (1.79 lbs | 28.6 oz)

Black: 870g (1.92 lbs | 30.7 oz)

Load capacity: 20 – 40 lbs


Body: 50D Dyneeam®/Poly hybrid for white version

Body: 150D Dyneema®/Poly hybrid for black version

Bottom: Double reinforced 150D Dyneema®/Poly hybrid

External Pockets: Dyneema® Hardline


Interior: 40L (2400 cu. in.)

External: 9.8L (600 cu. in.)

Center pocket: 300 cu. in.

Side pockets: 150 cu. in.


Top Circumference: 95.3cm (37.5”)

Bottom Circumference: 85.1cm (33.5”)

Height (fully unrolled): 76.2cm (30”)

Back Width: 26.7cm (10.5”)

Hand crafted in Maine, USA

Hyperlite Mountain Gear manufactures a line of ultralight backpacks designed for everything from a quick day trip to an extended expedition. HMG backpacks are made of 100% waterproof Cuben Fiber materials with tape stitch lines. When used with ultralight Cuben Fiber stuff sacks, their gear provides a rainproof system for your excursion. Combined with ultralight shelter systems, you will feel like you can fly. Cushioned shoulder straps and hip belts, padded lumbar support and shaped aluminum stays, provide a super-comfortable fit. HMG lightweight Cuben Fiber packs have been specifically designed for backpacking, mountain climbing, and ice climbing, but are suitable for cycling, pack rafting, day hiking or just getting around town.

...the value of the HMG 3400 Southwest Pack lies in its unique combination of low weight and durability without skimping on functional features. You don’t need to compromise on durability if you want a lightweight backpack. A backpack is a big gear purchase. Get one that is designed to last. Read more in review Sectionhiker here.

Size chart

Your torso length, not your height, determines your pack size. We recommend the following to determine yours:

  1. Tilt your head slightly forward to locate the bony bump at the base of your neck. (This is your 7th cervical (or C7) vertebra).
  2. Using a flexible tape measure, have someone measure starting at that spot and running down along the curve of your spine.
  3. Place your hands on your hips so you can feel your iliac crest, which serves as the “shelf” of your pelvic girdle. (It’s the first hard thing you feel when you run your fingers down from the sides of your ribcage.) Position your hands so your thumbs are reaching behind you.
  4. Have your friend finish measuring at the point where the tape crosses an imaginary line drawn between your thumbs. This distance is your torso length.
    • Small (15.0” - 17.0” torso) -> 38cm - 43,18cm
    • Medium (17.0” - 19.0” torso) ->  43,18cm - 48,26cm
    • Large (19.0” - 21.0” torso) -> 48,26cm - 53,34cm
    • Tall (21.0”+ torso)  -> 53,34cm
  5. If your measurement falls right in between sizes (for example, if you have a 17.0” torso, so you are right on the line between a Small and a Medium), we suggest you choose the larger torso size.