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19 Top-Rated Backpacks & Bags – Daypacks

Before purchasing a pack consider your activities.
A backpack is an essential piece of gear for a lot of activities. However, some are designed for specific uses. Before you choose one, you should determine your primary purpose for a daypack. If you need a bag that can accommodate most of your activities, select multi-purpose middle-sized backpack.

Take a look at 19 top-rated bags and backpacks. They are made of durable materials and have elaborated design for increased convenience.

Top 19

Ascend® Dash 720 Lightweight Backpack Ascend® Jackson Daypack Ascend® Folsom Daypack Ascend® Allegheny Daypack JanSport® Fifth Avenue Fanny Pack – Black Ascend® Delia Daypack JanSport® Waisted Fanny Pack Jansport® Odyssey Backpack Osprey® Scarab 18 Backpack Jansport® Fifth Avenue Lone Star Fanny Pack Jack Wolfskin Moab Jam 24 Pack High Sierra Pathway 50L Backpack Kelty Hyphen 30 Pack-Tote 5.11® Rush24™ Pack – MultiCam® Pack High Sierra Pathway 60L Backpack 5.11® Rush12™ Pack Kelty® Redwing 32 Backpack Jack Wolfskin Women's Moab Jam 18 Pack 5.11® Rush12™ MultiCam Pack
Ascend® Dash 720 Lightweight Backpack Ascend® Jackson Daypack Ascend® Folsom Daypack Ascend® Allegheny Daypack JanSport® Fifth Avenue Fanny Pack – Black Ascend® Delia Daypack JanSport® Waisted Fanny Pack Jansport® Odyssey Backpack Osprey® Scarab 18 Backpack Jansport® Fifth Avenue Lone Star Fanny Pack Jack Wolfskin Moab Jam 24 Pack High Sierra Pathway 50L Backpack Kelty Hyphen 30 Pack-Tote 5.11® Rush24™ Pack – MultiCam® Pack High Sierra Pathway 60L Backpack 5.11® Rush12™ Pack Kelty® Redwing 32 Backpack Jack Wolfskin Women's Moab Jam 18 Pack 5.11® Rush12™ MultiCam Pack
Brand High Sierra 5.11 Jansport Ascend Ascend Jack Wolfskin High Sierra Ascend 5.11 Jansport Jack Wolfskin Jansport Ascend Jansport Kelty 5.11 - Kelty Ascend
Capacity 3,660 cu. in. / 3,660 cu. in. 1,476 cu. in. - 1,709 cu. in. 1,892 cu. in. - 3,050 cu. in. / 3,050 cu. in. 732 cu.in. / 732 cu.in. / 732 cu.in. / 732 cu.in. 1,476 cu. in. - 1,465 cu. in. - 1,709 cu. in. - 1,950 cu. in. 1,872 cu. in. 1,098 cu. in. 30 liters (1,830 cu. in.).  2,380 cu. in.
Color Pine/Slate/Charcoal / Black/Slate/Gold - - Teal. - Lobster Red Cranberry/Slate/Red / Mineral/Slate/Glacier Light Blue/Gray / Gray/Red / Green/Red / Pink/Gray Black - Fiery Red - - - Black - Red - -
Empty Weight 4 lbs. 3 oz. / 4 lbs. 3 oz. - - 2 lbs. 2 lbs. 1 lb. 12 oz. 2 lbs. 14 oz. / 2 lbs. 14 oz. 8.8 oz. / 8.8 oz. / 8.8 oz. / 8.8 oz. - - 1 lb. 14 oz. - 2 lbs. 2 lbs. 14 oz. 2 lbs. - 1 lb. 2 oz. - 2 lbs. 10 oz.
Overall Size H x W x D 25"H x 13"W x 9"D / 25"H x 13"W x 9"D 18"H x 11"W x 6.5"D - 20" x 7" x 14" 20" x 7" x 14" 18"H x 11"W x 9"D 23"H x 12.5"W . 9"D / 23"H x 12.5"W . 9"D 17" x 10" x 8" / 17" x 10" x 8" / 17" x 10" x 8" / 17" x 10" x 8" 18"H x 11"W x 6.D" - 19.6"H x 12"W x 9.4"D - 20" x 7" x 14" 20" x 14" x 12" 22" x 14" x 11" 18"H x 13"W x 8"D 20.1" x 9.8" x 8.3" - 21" x 9" x 14"
Volume 60 liters / 60 liters 24 liters - - - 18 liters 50 liters / 50 liters - 24 liters - 24 liters - 28 liters 39 liters 32 liters 30 liters 18 liters - 39 liters

Ascend® Dash 720 Lightweight Backpack

  • Lightweight, capable and packable trail backpack;
  • Unique design collapses into its own front pocket;
  • Lightweight, yet durable, water resistant 70-denier nylon construction;
  • Breathable mesh throughout back panel and shoulder straps;
  • Hydration compatible (bladder not included).

Taking lightweight performance to the extreme, the Ascend Dash 720 Lightweight Backpack provides great performance from a design you can pack in your pocket. A very capable, top-loading, 732-cu.-in. pack, the Lightweight Backpack features a unique packable design that collapses into its own front zippered pocket. Hydration compatible (bladder not included) pack features breathable mesh throughout the back panel and shoulder straps for comfortable load hauling in warm weather. Shoulder harness features a sternum strap for stability. Made of a lightweight, yet durable, water-resistant 70-denier nylon, this pack also features tough Nifco and Duraflex hardware and buckles throughout to stand up to demanding use. Drawstring closure on main compartment. Zip-close front pocket with daisy chain on front for additional gear hauling options. Quality YKK® zippers. Imported.

Ascend® Jackson Daypack

  • Roomy 2-compartment design boasts 1,892 cu. in. of storage;
  • Main compartment with padded and fleece-lined 15" laptop pocket;
  • Second compartment with internal organization;
  • Padded shoulder straps with sternum strap;
  • Padded breathable mesh back panel with ventilation channels.

A compact pack that's perfect for day hikes, the Ascend Jackson Daypack gives hikers and adventurers a lightweight, comfortable, and durable backpack for hauling gear. Outfitted with ventilation channels for cooling comfort, the Jackson's padded breathable mesh back panel works with the pack's padded shoulder straps to help you handle loads in comfort. Removable waist belt, side compression straps, and a sternum strap help keep this pack steady when you are on the move with a full load. 2-compartment design offers 1,892 cu. in. of storage, with a padded and fleece-lined 15" laptop pocket in the main compartment and internal organization pockets in the other. Made of 420-denier nylon, this backpack features tough YKK® zippers for long-lasting durability. Highly functional design also includes a stretch stash pocket, 2 stretch mesh pockets on the sides, and a fleece-lined sunglasses pocket. Reflective webbing and attachment point for a blinker light to increase visibility after dark. Padded top haul handle. Imported.

Ascend® Folsom Daypack

  • 4-compartment design with 2,380 cu. in. of storage;
  • Padded, fleece-lined 15" laptop pocket;
  • Book compartment, tablet sleeve and organization pockets;
  • Padded mesh back panel with ventilation channels;
  • Durable 420-denier nylon construction with YKK zippers.

A roomy and versatile pack that's great for campus or the trail, the Ascend Folsom Daypack combines capacity and organization. Helping you haul larger loads in comfort, this backpack comes equipped with padded shoulder straps and a padded mesh back panel outfitted with ventilation channels for cooling comfort. A removable waist belt and a sternum strap work with the upper and lower side compression straps to help keep this pack more stable and steady while trekking with a full load. Segmented for organized storage and transport, this backpack features 4 main compartments for books and other gear in its 2,380 cu. in. of storage. The rear compartment features a padded and fleece-lined 15" laptop sleeve along with a binder sleeve. The next compartment offers space for books and documents, while the third compartment features a fleece-lined sleeve that's perfect for tablet-sized electronics. The final compartment features a padded front for protection and internal organization pockets. Featuring durable 420-denier nylon construction, the Folsom also features top-quality YKK® zippers for long-lasting durability. Backpack also includes 2 stretch mesh pockets on the sides and a padded haul handles on top. Reflective webbing and attachment point for a blinker light increase visibility after dark. Imported.

Ascend® Allegheny Daypack

  • 2-compartment design offers 1,709 cu. in. of storage;
  • Padded, fleece-lined 15" laptop pocket;
  • Padded shoulder straps with sternum strap;
  • Padded mesh back panel with ventilation channels;
  • Durable 420-denier nylon construction with YKK zippers.

Compact and lightweight, the Ascend Allegheny Daypack makes a great choice for day hikes and other short outdoor adventures. Outfitted with ventilation channels for cooling comfort, the Allegheny's padded mesh back panel works with the pack's padded shoulder straps to comfortably handle loads. Removable waist belt, side compression straps, and a sternum strap help keep this pack steady while trekking with a full load. 2-compartment design offers 1,709 cu. in. of storage, with a padded and fleece-lined 15" laptop sleeve in the main compartment and internal organization pockets in the other. Durable 420-denier nylon construction and top-quality YKK® zippers deliver long-lasting durability. A highly functional design, this backpack includes a padded front pocket with vertical water-resistant zipper, 2 stretch mesh pockets on the sides, and padded haul handles on the top and front. Reflective webbing and attachment point for a blinker light increase visibility after dark. Imported.

JanSport® Fifth Avenue Fanny Pack – Black

  • Lightweight 4-oz. fanny pack;
  • Durable 600-denier polyester;
  • Adjustable 50" waist belt for personalized fit;
  • 150 cu. in. of storage;
  • Zippered closure.

Lightweight, durable, and practical, the JanSport Fifth Avenue Fanny Pack helps you keep essentials close at hand and easy to get to while on the go. Made of a durable 600-denier polyester, this lightweight and easy-wearing lumbar pack weighs just 4 oz. Adjustable waist belt provides a quick and easy personalized fit on waists up to 50". Zippered main compartment provides 150 cu. in. of storage space. Zippered front pocket. Imported.
6"H x 12.5"W x 4"D.
Carry weight: 4 oz.

Ascend® Delia Daypack

  • Versatile and roomy 2-compartment design with 1,709 cu. in. of storage;
  • Main compartment with padded and fleece-lined 15" laptop pocket;
  • Padded and contoured shoulder straps with sternum strap;
  • Padded breathable back panel with ventilation channels;
  • Removable waist belt and side compression straps for stability.

A compact pack for active women that love getting outdoors, the Ascend Delia Daypack makes a great choice for day hikes and other short outdoor adventures. Outfitted with ventilation channels for cooling comfort, the padded mesh back panel works with the women-specific, contoured and padded shoulder straps to comfortably handle loads. Removable waist belt, side compression straps, and a sternum strap help keep this pack steady while trekking with a full load. 2-compartment design offers 1,709 cu. in. of storage, with a padded and fleece-lined 15" laptop sleeve in the main compartment and internal organization pockets in the other. Durable 420-denier nylon construction and top-quality YKK® zippers deliver long-lasting durability. A highly functional design for women outdoors lovers, this backpack includes a padded front pocket with vertical water-resistant zipper, 2 stretch mesh pockets on the sides, and padded haul handles on the top and front. Reflective webbing and attachment point for a blinker light increase visibility after dark. Imported.
Color: Teal.

JanSport® Waisted Fanny Pack

  • Lightweight and durable 4-oz. fanny pack;
  • Durable 600-denier polyester and 840-denier polyester ballistic;
  • Adjustable waist belt for personalized fit;
  • 61 cu. in. of storage in main compartment;
  • Zippered closure.

Keep your most vital gear close at hand through the day with the Waisted Fanny Pack from JanSport. Made of a durable 600-denier polyester and 840-denier polyester ballistic, this lightweight and durable waist pack weighs just 4-oz. Provides 61 cu. in. of storage in its zippered main compartment, with a zippered front pocket for additional storage. Adjustable waist belt provides a quick and easy personalized fit. Faux-leather trim. Imported.
5.5"H x 10"W x 2"D.
Wt: 4 oz.

Jansport® Odyssey Backpack

  • Padded sleeve holds 15" laptop or 3-liter hydration system;
  • 2 large compartments;
  • Mesh back panel;
  • Perforated AirCore shoulder straps.

The Jansport Odyssey Backpack is ready for any adventure, from trail to office to school. This 39-liter hiking backpack features a versatile padded sleeve that's designed to fit a 3-liter hydration system or a 15" laptop. It has a tuck-away hip belt, ergonomic AirCore™ shoulder straps, mesh back panel, sternum strap, side compression straps, and a tough haul handle. Storage pocket options include 2 large compartments, zippered front stash pocket, quick-access loft pocket, utility pocket with organizer, coated webbing daisy chain, and 2 side pockets for water bottles. The backpack has a total of 2,350 cu. in. of storage space and is an extremely versatile hiking pack or laptop bag. Made of 420-denier polyester dobby, nylon diamond dot dobby, and 840-denier ballistic nylon. Imported.

Welcome to the one-minute rundown on the chance for an odyssey the Odyssey is. One of our best-selling day hiking packs it's been a JanSport line for years. And it's been updated with a lot of great new features. One of the features. We really like on the Odyssey is. This great padded back panel here JanSport uses a feature called bio vent on their shoulder straps. And additionally vent tech on their back panels. What this does is it allows for air movement and air flow on the back. And additionally it conforms slightly to your back making it really comfortable to carry the Odyssey also has great organizations got a very large main compartment it's also got a front compartment here for additional storage. We can organize a panel on the inside it's got a daisy chain for quick loops a lot of people like to carry their Nalgene model hook through the daisy chain it's also got dual side water bottle pockets. If you'd like to carry your water bottle in a more traditional way.

This will fit store-bought water bottles very neatly. And side compression straps here then. Once you've got the bag packed up. You can tighten these down. And really help keep your load a nice and secure. And stable against your back additionally. You want to carry a hydration sleeve there is a dedicated compartment for. That hydration sleeves. Now granted the bag does not come with. That hydration bladder but it's there for your use yep. This will accept any standard Camel back Nalgene reservoirs. You can find on the marketplace. You look blocked and there's a nice port here on the front. You run the hose out through. You can clip it onto your shoulder strap. And you've got hands-free hydration.

One nice feature additionally on the back of the bag is. This padded waist belt which is great for our distributing the load on your hips to carry the pack. More comfortably the JanSport obviously.

Where your fully padded laptop sleeve is. It fits up to a 15-inch laptop also duals as a hydration sleeve alright so in the middle compartment. We have our zippered mesh compartment. You can store all your cords. Or items whatever you need visible below. That is your deluxe organizer it's got foam. And soft lining in these pockets to get. Some pet loops another slot here. And on the front of. This compartment we have a dedicated foam. And soft line to tablet pocket right on top of the bag. Something called a veal off pocket it's a great little hanging pocket in a space. That is not used too much on a bag especially. All your gear is lower it's also a fully soft line in. This pocket this front here is. Another compartment it's just. Another dump zone so. You have three compartments the main the middle. And the front you have a little quick stash pocket here Napoleon style pocket for quick on-the-go items on the very front.

You have your daisy chain webbing clip. Whatever you want to. This as well as a your loop here so that's the odyssey backpack it's a lot of backpack 39 liters lifetime guarantee.

You have it accessible. When you're wearing the bag. And you're hiking if. You push that together so it's secured by the velcro right in front of. That again I don't know. How well you'll be able to see in here since the bag is black but there's. Another little pouch a little compartment. You reach in there this one's not very deep it's just a little place to put your mp3 player. Or disc player and then you're also able to run your headphones out a little pass-through up here in the back so. You can listen to your headphones. While you're walking okay let's close. That up again I don't have the best light so. Ican't show the insides of these pockets as well as. Iwould like in front of the handle. This is the main compartment as a bag, so we're going to unzip. All the way there are two compartments in here in the back you'll see there's the laptop sleeve. And then in front of. That is just one big large open space for you know books.

Whatever you want to put in their okay the laptop sleeve back here. Ihave a 17-inch laptop. And there is a moment so give. You an idea that fits okay the sleeve here is padded it's not real thick. You know it's a little bit thick it's enough to do the job but. It is not a specific laptop case that's not its function but for what it is its fine. You know I wouldn't want to be too rough. And toss the backpack on the ground. Anything with a laptop in. You know it does the job back here is of course very padded. Because on the other side of the backpack is the because of the padding. That goes against your back so the back part of. It very padded this front part. You know a little padded not a lot okay the main pouch in here is extremely large it's really big. Ithrew a couple of books in there just to give. You an idea but you know. Icould put so much.

More in there you look down to the bottom. You won't be able to see. It with the camera unfortunately. Idon't have better lighting but it's a flat bottom. These are full-size textbooks so. You can see how far down. These are standard kind of eight. And a half by 11 type size textbooks. Ihave three in there at the moment. Icould realistically put probably. Idon't know those same size. Icould probably double. That in their okay I'm going to zip. That up okay in front of. That is a secondary large main storage pouch. Ireally never use I threw a book in there just so. You can see this is the same size book as the others. You could probably put a couple. More in there you wanted to its full width it's full depth. It goes down to a flat bottom. You were to reach down in there. You would see it hits a flat bottom again lighting isn't quite well enough to show.

That hey all right let's just. That up in front of. That is a pocket I use quite a bit. This is a storage compartment. That has smaller cubby using zipper holes. And things like this is the. Most of the time I keep my phone my headphones pins spare batteries things like. That in here so it beside. When I'm driving I could just reach over inside there. Where everything's at so it's the. Ipersonally use the. This goes the width of the bag. All the way to the bottom. You reach down in there to the bottom. It goes to a flat bottom. It will bottom out this open you'll see. That there are two zippered sections here with mesh storage compartments. One zips open and then reaches in. You can see approximately. It is there I have just. Some sordid little things in there. One I'm not using at the moment but same thing same size over here pen storage a little flap right here for markers storage.

Whatever you want to put in there. Isuppose it'd be a little bit small for a cell phone. You have an older cell phone style. This pouch right back here is reasonably deep. You put your hand down in. That you'll see it runs the width of the bag. It goes down to you know about yay far it's a good amount of room so routinely. Ikeep my phone headphones a couple of five-hour energy shots my glasses. Some oatmeal flashlights so fluff stuff fits down in there. And again it's a quick. And accessible has a little clip right here for keys. Whatever okay go ahead. One up so again the two compartments. Iuse the most are the main storage compartment. And then this one's like horrible. Iuse the most okay in front of. Another full-size storage right here on the front goes. All the way left to right top to bottom.

You reach down into the bottom. It would flatten out the book. Ihave here is not quite the same eight. And a half by eleven size text as the other ones. This is a little bit bigger. Then a digest size but. It gives you an idea of what you could put in there were no other pockets it's just a large open area okay zip. Now we're to the front of the bag okay in front of the bag here has. These little you know straps for carbines there is. One small pocket here on the side the bag on the side of the front of the bag. You exhibit that runs. That pouch in there is. All the way from the top to the bottom. All the way from the left to the right personally. Idon't use it for anything but it's extremely handy it's a great place to. You know keep small things. That accessible you need. You were hiking and. You needed your you know hiking partner.

You turn around said hey can. You grab that out that's a good spot to keep. That stuff as is that little cubby up here with. All the smaller pockets alright as. You know over here on the sides. They have these straps right here. You know they connect right there so. You need to compress the bag. You don't need it expands. All the way out you could use. And tighten it up to compress the bag so it's not as thick water pouches on. Both sides of the bags I've already shown. That in the any other video but okay so. That helps again sorry the video quality wasn't quite the best but. Ihope that's at least somewhat helpful anyway. You have any other further specific questions feel free to get. Me up there on Amazon.

And thanks for checking out my video take care you.

Osprey® Scarab 18 Backpack

  • 1,098 cu. in. of storage;
  • Dedicated hydration compartment with 2.5-liter reservoir;
  • AirScape suspension system – EVA foam over an Atilon framesheet;
  • Airscape backpanel – open mesh cover over contoured EVA foam;
  • 210-denier nylon dobby construction with 600-denier polyester bottom.

A contemporary rucksack design that's perfect for minimalist day hikes, the Osprey Scarab 18 Backpack offers a great merger of hydration and hiking. Combining EVA foam over an Atilon framesheet, the AirScape suspension system provides cushioning structure for the pack. The Airscape backpanel provides comfortable support and ventilation with its open mesh cover over contoured EVA foam. The Osprey's foam-padded spacermesh harness offers a contoured fit with welcome ventilation. Pack features a dedicated hydration compartment with a streamlined Osprey Hydraulics® LT 2.5-liter reservoir to cover your hydration needs. A true rucksack design, this lightweight pack offers a wide-mouth bucket-style opening to the main compartment and its 1,098 cu. in. of storage. Front-panel daisy-chain attachment points, front trekking-pole attachment, dual mesh side pockets, and an under-lid zip pocket give you multiple options for gear organization. Made of a tough 210-denier nylon dobby construction with 600-denier polyester bottom. Imported.

Hey there! Today I've got another backpack for you. This is the Osprey overview as opposed to a review. I don't have any actual hiking time with this bag but since Ospreys videos tend to be a little bit low on specifics as long as this bag I wanted to throw up a video on. I'm not sure if I'm going to keep this bag because I'm going to Machu Picchu, hiking 40 miles into a via the Sockeye trail. You can't take than 20 liters into Machu Picchu. Then 20 liter bags. I wanted a smaller bag as opposed to the Osprey Stratus the 32. That I'll probably take with me.

I'm not sure if I'm going to keep. I may have a Outdoor Research anti-matter on the way. That bag balls up into a little pouch so. Imay use that instead but anyway want to throw up a video on. This as long as this is part of their scarab skimmer series. And male female they come in a couple different sizes. One is the 18 the these bags only come in. One size they don't have the small/medium medium-large like the bigger bags do so 18 liters only it's $80. It comes in three colors red. Ireally like this red inferno red. They call it a black. And a blue I wish them. What their other bags came with. These colors but the size on. This it's 11 pounds. And it's 18 inches by 11 inches by 9 inches so it's a nice small comfortable bag. This bag does come with a water bladder back here there's a separate water bladder pouch comes with a two. And a half liter water bladder and the tubing comes out and down the strap. I'll show you too.

And then it has the magnetic attachment which. Ireally like I don't care for the Osprey tubing. That much because the bite valve is always exposed. And sometimes when you're out hiking if. You put your bag down to start dangling dangles into the dirt. Ireally want to be putting. That in my mouth after I've had. That on the ground so. Iprefer the source water tubing where. It actually has a cover. That goes over this, so I'd be replacing it with. Iwas going to use it but comes down. Ilike the ones that come up. And down the strap as opposed to the Stratus. That comes around the side. These are easier to get on and off but it comes with. I guess of the included water bladder in there in front of. It the back here it's a mesh back over a firm ish foam piece.

There's a little bit of stiffening down the middle. And then you can see here there are cutouts on each side to help a little bit with ventilation and perhaps they may be just a little bit of weight. And that's in front of the water bladder so. It will give you a little bit of extra padding in front of. That the straps are padded up on top. And then they go down here. And it's just a pure mesh nice breathable mesh down here. Where the chest strap is. And then the chest strap is movable up. And down here on the sides there are water bottle pockets which will hold a Nalgene bottle. You want to use that along with the water bladder it'll hold that no problem and there are cinch straps up on the top here. Iappreciate that the cinch straps don't go over the water bladder pocket. Or over the water bottle pocket like. It does on my Stratis so it'll hold. You bottle there and there's a water bottle pocket on. Both sides on the back here there is. Some webbing or whatever. You want to call this cinches up tightens down. You can throw a jacket. Whatever you want to kind of tie into their on the front part on the top here. Ilove the Osprey zipper pulls by the way. These are my favorite zipper pulls nice rubberized easy to get your fingers into. Ialways love those on the top here there is as.

They talked about that scratch free pocket. Everyone talks about. You can put your sunglasses does. Anyone actually put your. Anyone puts their sunglasses in their pocket free not in the case post. Some comments they always talk about. They don't get scratched I'd be afraid. They were going to break. Ijust had them sitting loose in here but anyway but scratch free pocket as. It is here and it's a big pocket goes. All the way down to here I'm it's its. That deep so it's a big pocket so. You can fit a bunch of stuff in here. And also in here there is a keeper for your keys. Anything else you might want to a fix to. That on the inside some stuff in here just so. Icould fill it out a little bit it's actually pretty decent size to top loader. Or a panel loader rather. Iprefer the panel loaders over the top water is just easier to get into the Cinch traps out of the way.

Some stuffI've got in here just. Some jackets and pants. And things like that so on the inside here just. One big pocket there's. That scratch-free pocket. You can see it is its a really big pocket. All the way down to there but otherwise just. One large pocket the water bladder is right on the other side of. This no padding there but otherwise really. Nothing else on the inside just. One big decent-sized pocket. And I'll load it back up the bag will not stand which that's okay that's fine. Ilike bags that stands but on hiking bags. Idon't mind it as much. Because you're not putting the bag down as much so not a huge deal let's go look at the bag on here so. You can see not too big of a bag nice size. And then putting it on there is a thin waist strap down here. And the chest strap comes across snaps in.

And like these are movable. If you're so inclined. And then the water tubing is magnetic. And fixes right there nice and easy to get to. That the water tubing. That comes up over the top. Because it's just easier to get. When you're taking the pack off it's easier to get your sleeve. Or your arm in and out of. That as opposed to the tubing. That goes under the arm so. Iprefer that but it's comfortable to wear. You can see not not too big picking it down here. You want to lift it up a little bit. These straps nice and comfortable Pat. It up over the shoulders. Or it's going to happen Pat. It up over the shoulder is where it's going there. And then up in the front here no padding but not a big deal. This bag is made to hold 25 pounds so. It should be fine for the intended purposes. If you're looking for a small bag. Ithink it's a great option just for me. It might be a little bit. A more little bit more bag. Ineed for the intended purpose of. Ican just through much Picchu itself so check. Though the Osprey scarab 18.

It fit perfectly on. This backpack one of the things. Ilike about it is the pack has a lot of. This mesh on the back of. That breathes really well. Iwill say well they say. It breeds really well. If you're like you sweat a decent amount you're still going to sweat a lot. And get soaked of a sweat. These shoulder straps also do breathe really well with. It the chest straps work really well. You do like using hydration bladders. It does have a magnetic bit with. You use the magnetic clips with your hydration bladders have by an aftermarket. One then than the that comes with. That is a bonus and works pretty decent.

Idid use hydration blood over the Sodexo worked really well. One of the things I'm not a big fan of but. It works descent is the spaghetti straps at the bottom. This spaghetti webbing it's not a super fantastic but. It gets the job done for a big guy like. Me I'm not like I'm not small but I'm not big. It just fits they had put a little bit. That but at the same time so. You could tell this is kind of aimed for people who are smaller. And I'm about average size for a guy like myself. Idon't super work out. All the time but at the same time I'm not super overweight so. You could tell us the same debt well skinnier guys anyways. It fits really well on the shoulders I'm not always finding I'm lifting it up the straps are really comfortable on the shoulders. And that's really important for me, so I've worn. This on multi mile hikes. It doesn't really bear down on my shoulders. And quite frankly I require. That in a backpack so. And that's I've starting to own.

More Osprey backpacks. And I'm finding that pins to be quite common with them. And I'm really starting to dig a lot of ospreys stuff. Now storage this store. This backpack has a. Few different storage options but not. Many to be quite frank the front. It has the bungees which. Itend to use to store my hiking poles. When they're folded up. And there it holds them in pretty well. You can use it to hold on a jacket which I've also done. Something like that for easy access on the sides. It can hold a regular-sized Nalgene. Or a 40-ounce Klean Kanteen that's. What I tend to do from the back as. Isaid hydration bladder I'm not gonna get into.

One too much and that's. What I'm going to talk about a little bit. More but it can hold up to a 25 liter hydration bladder my big problem with. One of the reasons why I stopped bringing it's not. That comfortable it is hard on the back board there would be a hydration bladder but. You had a full hydration bladder on the back. It tended to bulge on to. Than the stuff inside especially. You were carrying a decent amount so. One of the issues was. It just didn't fit well. And that's with it being as sold there. Icould do some aftermarkets stuff to. Iwanted to improve. It but that's not what you do for a review so. It bulges out on the back. And quite frankly that can kind of be a little uncomfortable as. Ifound but yeah that's. All the reasons why I stopped carrying a hydration bladder. And switched back to bottles plus. Itend to use bottles. One of these hydration bladders but. That to be pretty uncomfortable on the top.

You have a small pocket. They can keep some quick access stuff. It also comes with a clip. You can clip keys to a Ferry rod to. Whatever what-have-you. This is perfect for carrying some quick access stuff like. You want to carry a small survival kit in. This an Altoids tin in. Some food I tend to carry my food in here a flashlight the battery pack things like. Itend that's I tend to carry a lot of sometimes stuff my keys. Iwant to or things a lot of things. Iwant to be able to access right away. Then having to dig into the big pouch it's perfect for. Itend to have a lot of good experiences with. That top pouch it holds. It amounts of food I've been able to store a good amount of bars in there enough for at least. Iwouldn't care for a multi-day trip but it's an 18 liter pack your kindness for a multi-day kit trip as.

Some people have a smooth so my previous backpack trips backpack reviews then no. Iwould not recommend. This for a multi-day trip. Unless you're using a pack sled. Or using you know a pack mule so then move on to the big compartment stay team leaders there really isn't. Anything any bells and whistles so. This other than I don't a deep pouch in. Itend to keep any pouches sometimes. Some extras like meals for the day. Any equipment I need for the day in there. Ialso sometimes tend to its enough. That can keep the jacket in there. Ineed to for the day. And it's enough that stuff in there. And maybe some extra room. II had enough stuff in there. Ihad a first-aid kit jacket a meal. Some extra incidentals. Ihad room for souvenirs. Iwas up the Grand Canyon with. This plan this thing is perfect for. Either I'm just finishing I think about a four-mile hike with. This thing and I barely.

Even went into this thing once — to get. Some water some snacks but. Ihad my cameraman some extra stuff perfect for those but then. Even further 12 mile hikes. You really want to 20 mile hikes. And have everything really need into. This backpack you really don't need much on those hikes. This is perfect it's light its quick. You want to throw it comes off in a snap nope two snaps but. You know what I mean. This thing to be light. Iwent to a lot of national parks during my recent honeymoon. This thing was with. Me every step of the way. You want to tighten. You do have these two snaps on. Both sides that can help tension. It up to make it thinner. Or to tighten everything down.

You can do I don't do. That a lot but sometimes. If I'm going its areas but. This thing it's a really good backpack. And I'm glad I bought. And especially after the honeymoon. This thing came in useful. We did do we didn't do a lot of long hiking but. Some long hiking with. This before we went on. That trip this thing was essential during those hikes. When before the honeymoon. And then during the honeymoon. This was perfect it was small. It fit in my luggage. And then on the hike out that's like on those hikes out there. This thing was good enough. Icould just pack what I needed for the day. Some small hikes while we're out there. This thing was on my back during those hikes enough. We needed water while we're on the desert in. Some areas I needed. Ineeded a jacket I also have a really great backpack. Iwant to do a light hike. And don't want to carry a lot with. This is perfect this has become.

One of my favorite backpacks. Ihave so they said. This is the Osprey scarab 18. And it's quite frankly a really good light backpack for someone who's looking for a low-profile light backpack. You want to see it on someone's bag. Imean back sorry I just got off a short hike but didn't eat much on. It doesn't show much so. It sticks to your back pretty short. And the reason why I'm low to the ground. Ididn't bring a tripod. Because with this backpack. You really don't have much room but ya know. They said this backpack is a really great backpack. Iwould recommend if you're looking for this style of backpack. You like it I'll put. It just I'll put a link down below to.

You can find it will be an Amazon affiliate link which helps out the channel but it's about an $80 backpack. Ireally do think it's last time. Ichecked it really is worth. If you're looking for. That style feel free to check. It out but anyways we didn't we're get on the woods have fun. Idon't st I'm the other person see everyone.

Jansport® Fifth Avenue Lone Star Fanny Pack

  • Lightweight 4-oz. fanny pack with Lone Star flag print;
  • Durable 600-denier polyester;
  • Adjustable 50" waist belt for personalized fit;
  • 150 cubic inches of storage;
  • Zippered closure.

Lightweight, durable, and covered in Texas pride, the JanSport Fifth Avenue Lone Star Fanny Pack helps you keep essentials close at hand and easy to get to while on-the-go. Made of a durable 600-denier polyester, this lightweight and easy-wearing lumbar pack weighs just 4 oz. Adjustable waist belt provides a quick and easy personalized fit on waists up to 50". Zippered main compartment provides 150 cubic inches of storage space. Zippered front pocket. Texas Lone Star print. Imported.
6"H x 12.5"W x 4"D.
Carry wt: 4 oz.

Jack Wolfskin Moab Jam 24 Pack

  • ACS Tight suspension system optimizes mobility;
  • Air channel and breathable padding on the back panel;
  • Made of rugged yet lightweight materials;
  • Generous main compartment with water-bladder pouch;
  • Hydration system compatible.

Whether you prefer to conquer trails by hiking or biking, Jack Wolfskin's Moab Jam 24 Pack carries everything you need during your excursion without weighing you down. ACS Tight suspension system keeps the pack close to your body, so you can maintain control of the load while you're moving. Central air channel and air-permeable padding on the back panel allow cooling airflow between your back and the pack. Lightweight yet rugged Cross Rip 210-denier and Nailhead 210-denier fabrics on the body, Cross Rip 210-denier fabric on the bottom and Crosslink polyethylene material on the back stand up to the rigors of your adventures. Generous main compartment with an inner pouch that can hold a water bladder delivers ample room for all of your gear. Front pocket with key clip, two mesh side pockets, small compartments and small pockets provide additional storage room for essentials. Lightly padded, stow-away waistbelt. Integrated rain cover. Side compression straps. Adjustable chest strap with signal whistle. Trekking-pole lashing. Helmet holder. LED-light holder. Equipped for a hydration system (sold separately). Reflective details. Imported.

Hey what's up, everybody! Its Clayton here at Zappos. Today we're checking out the Moab Jam from Jack Wolfskin. Your little one's gonna be ready for the trails with this durable polyester backpack. It's got two water bottle pockets on the exterior here in that mesh. You've also got easy grab pocket for their goodies like the trail mix. Got that LED light holder here at the bottom that easy to hold top handle and on the back side. We've got that padded back panel with the acs air control system for comfortable breathability.

Also got those breathable straps. A little bit of padding to keep it comfy on their backs that sternum strap. It's gonna lock it down for those extreme hikes. In the inside, we've got that top zipper. There you can store some of your little ones accessories. And they've also got a key clip so they can attach and don't go lose it what's that mean heart got a large amount of space in there. They can put all their goodies maybe even got a little hydration pack sleeve here. They can throw that in there. It locks it down right here with that hose and check it out throws that hose out there for those long hikes. They can stay hydrated on the trail so your little ones gonna be ready to take on the trail with this awesome backpack from Jack Wolfskin.

And really cool down here on the very bottom. This zipper pocket that opens up there is your rain cover So. If we're in rainy situations. You can slip this over the front of your bag to keep your stuff protected Carry around. All your gear with these It's from Jack Wolf skin.

And speaking of Stovall's down at the bottom of the bag is an included rain cover so. You happen to be caught out in the rain your pack can stay dry it's the perfect little rucksack for your next adventure.

High Sierra Pathway 50L Backpack

  • Adjustable padded mesh back panel with cooling Airflow technology;
  • Padded shoulder harness and waist straps adjust for a custom fit;
  • Hydration-compatible design hold up to a 3-liter system;
  • Zipper allows for deep access to large main compartment.

Explore miles of backcountry trails and haul everything you need for an overnight stay inside High Sierra's Pathway 50L Backpack. Made to withstand punishing use, this backpack is made of 600-denier polyester dobby and 600x300-denier Duralite ripstop with a water-resistant coating, which keeps your gear dry in light rains. The padded mesh back panel with internal frame boasts cooling Airflow technology and it adjusts to fit a wide range of torso lengths. Padded mesh shoulder straps, a sternum strap and the padded mesh hip belt adjust to secure and balance your load for customizable comfort. Hydration-compatible design holds up to a 3-liter system (not included). Large front exterior pocket with internal organizer. Zipper allows for deep access to large main compartment. Multiple side zipper pockets. Bottom compression strap secures sleeping pad. Stretch-mesh side water bottle pocket. Daisy chain and loops for trekking poles. Padded grab handle. Imported.

And the front is out but. Iwill give all the information ok so first the beauty about. This backpack is well like. Isaid it's a carry-on backpack so. You can see the sizes are perfect for carry-on but. This top part you can actually remove. This part and I'm telling you right. Now the backpack is full so. Ididn't want to like make a review without. Nothing inside so we just arrived here yesterday so. Ihave an impact I wanted to give. You know like a full backpack reveal okay so let. Me just move the camera a little bit so. You guys can see what I'm doing okay so here. Ican take this front part away. They have a zipper right here. You can take it out so your backpack automatically converts into a day backpack. You can see you can take. This out and then you can just carry. It carries on Isis the election is very comfortable.

And you'll be amazed of. All the stuff you can fit in on my last events I've been using it, so I've been carrying my laptop inside is a 15 inches laptop. If it's perfectly actually. Ican feel like a bigger. All the cables I already. Iput always my rain jacket so as. You actually I'm gonna open. You guys can see I have a lot of a lot of crap inside right. And it's all my cables mouse actually. Some medicines. Ialways carry with. Me just in case and then in the front pocket see. Igot my sunblock I have my waterproof cover. And then you can have like pans here. You can put your cell phone. You can put like all your work stuff here then on the sides. You can put like bottle waters like. These ones see it fits perfectly so. You can actually have two so that's a really good thing so. You can have liked you know like. You carry on then for your day fact. You can use you don't have to carry. One then with the backpack itself. That brought this out. You can have a right here.

You can feel like you don't know. Anything you want and here on the top. You have the handle so. You can pretty much just carry. Whatever you want if you're in the airport. If you're on the streets. You can just carry you know yeah I'd be using it actually. All over New York carried. And the wheels work perfectly. Whenever you're in the airport are not noisy at. All they're very smooth. And very stable the handle is a case made by aluminum. And so far I've been using it like. You know super long. You know the handle. He hasn't broken yet, so I've been ain't no gonna broke it's very stable. You know the materials. All good so as you can see. You just take out in an hour desk. You can have you can just close. This zipper so you hide the handle then. These are the wheels right here I've been using them for like. Isaid for months like almost every day. They still look very good.

They haven't get stuck. They still roll like very good so no problem. Iwill show more pictures on. And the post so you guys can see like. More details and then. Another great feature about. This backpack is this just look so. You can just take this down. And then you just put. This here you just tie. It up here it has like a Velcro. He doesn't like a Velcro thing so just put. It right here you go quick. And then you'd have. Another backpack here so pretty much. You are in a place where is very hard to roll your backpack. You can just like you know like open. And carry on as you can see so. It works very well and of course. You can wear whenever. You have like the outside part too so that's a great feature of.

This backpack because pretty much. You can have like a three backpacks in. You have like the day backpack. One right here then. You have the rolling backpack. When everybody's look just like. They hang out and then. You can just wear that's a big. You like a lot of options like the other day. We were into a ferry. You know close to the ocean. We were just making the line. It was impossible to roll. It was a lot of scent so it's perfectly just take. This out you just you know. You just wear on your back. You know like a normal backpack so it's very good. This space inside I'm gonna just take the camera. You know as you guys can see. This secure things right here. These lots so in case. You have a lot of stuff it's not gonna break open. And I'm telling you it's very messy okay so.

This is a few of the clothes. We got actually we fit around 20 pieces of clothes here. You have this stripes here. You can just like tight. You have a lot of clothes but. You mean as you guys can see. You can fit a lot of stuff here. You will be able to carry. It on an airplane so. You don't have to pay for it check back. You don't have to deal. You know with the earnings loosing your bags so. This is a great item. Ihighly recommended for travelers. You can use it for different purposes like. You know like we are always traveling so the item was perfect. Ihave use several times so. If you're looking for a new backpack. Irecommend you to use. One it's very good the price is good. Ican tell you the qualities is its perfect. Imean it's not like no like. II have it just for four.

Or five months but so far it's. Nothing happening and. You know everything is. It looks just like new so. You want more details about. This product just check the post. You have any question just feel free to ask.

Kelty Hyphen 30 Pack-Tote

  • Quickly changes from a pack to a tote for versatile carry;
  • Padded, breathable mesh shoulder straps convert to tote handles;
  • Polyester-ripstop shell with durable water-repellent finish;
  • Convenient top-loading design with a zippered roll-top closure.

Some days you need a tote in the morning and a backpack in the afternoon. Thanks to Kelty's Hyphen 30 Pack-Tote you have both in one piece. The padded, breathable mesh shoulder straps convert to tote handles for versatile carry options. Durable 300-denier polyester-ripstop shell is backed with a durable water-repellent finish to keep your gear dry. Convenient top-loading design with a zippered roll-top closure. Large main compartment, two internal Velcro®-close accessory pockets, hidden safety pocket, external water-bottle pocket and external-access laptop sleeve keep your gear organized. Imported.
20"H x 18.5"W x 14"D.
Capacity: 30 liters (1,830 cu. in.).
Wt: 1 lb. 2 oz.
Colors: Black Geo Heather, Castle Rock, Canyon Brown, Latigo Bay, Green Camo.

Hey guys! I'm Richard. This is the Hyphen Pack Tote from Kelty Now. This versatile tote bag has a couple different options for carrying around. That handle here on top just pick and go but I also got these shoulder straps so. You can carry it like a backpack too which is super cool.

The inside has lots of storage space for carrying around all your gear. Got these little buckles on the sides to keep it locked shut. You need that zipper that opens up nice and wide lots of storage space in there. You can see with this kind of hidden zipper behind. That lots of padding in there so you keep your laptop or your tablet safe while you're carrying it around. Don't miss out on this super cool bag! It's from Kelty.

5.11® Rush24™ Pack – MultiCam® Pack

  • Water- and tear-resistant 1,050-denier nylon for durability;
  • Compression strap for gear-carrying comfort;
  • Fleece-lined eyeglasses pocket;
  • Key fob, radio pockets and reinforced hydration pocket.

Generously sized for around-the-clock operations, 5.11's multifunctional Rush24 Pack combines long-lasting performance and on-the-go convenience in one, professional package. It's made of water- and tear-resistant 1,050-denier nylon for long-wearing durability. Two large compartments with an expandable, compression-strap system for gear-carrying comfort. Front section has an organizer, a zippered compartment, a key fob and radio pockets with hook-and-loop straps. The main compartment features three zippered mesh pockets and a large cinch pocket. Two, full-length side pockets for carrying water bottles. The top has a fleece-lined eyeglasses pocket and two external zippered pockets. Reinforced hydration pocket holds a hydration bladder (not included) for convenient water access. MOLLE-compatible webbing on the front and side for attaching 5.11's SlickStick® accessory (SlickStick not included). Heavy-duty, nylon carry handle. Durable YKK® zippers. Imported.

High Sierra Pathway 60L Backpack

  • Top-loading, cinch-closing main compartment gives easy access;
  • Adjustable padded mesh back panel with cooling Airflow technology;
  • Padded shoulder harness and waist straps adjust for a custom fit;
  • Hydration-compatible design holds up to a 3-liter system;
  • 600-denier polyester dobby with Duralite water-resistant coating.

Explore miles of backcountry trails and haul everything you need for an overnight stay inside High Sierra's Pathway 60L Backpack. Made to withstand punishing use, this backpack is made of 600-denier polyester dobby with Duralite water-resistant coating, which keeps your gear dry in damp conditions. Also, the waterproof rain cover offers protection in heavy rain. Top-loading main compartment has a cinch closure and a removable lid. The padded mesh back panel with internal frame boasts cooling Airflow technology and it adjusts to fit a wide range of torso lengths. Padded mesh shoulder straps, a sternum strap and the padded mesh hip belt with zipper pockets adjust to secure and balance your load for customizable comfort. Hydration-compatible design holds up to a 3-liter system (not included). Large front exterior pocket with internal organizer and one zip-secure pocket. Stretch-mesh exterior pockets. Daisy chain and loops for trekking poles. Padded grab handle. Imported.

It's Nate with American wilderness. I know it's been a while since I've made a video. I decided that I'm gonna finally get around to doing this one about the High Sierra Ascender 40 liter backpacks. It's a really good piece of gear. I'm gonna go in-depth into my impressions of it. A year and a half ago I needed a bigger like daypack. It is 40-liters as I said before, it really fits a lot like really anything that you're gonna need for just one day of hiking. It's really good for here. You can see these straps adjust on the side. I mean I've got some stuff in here right. I didn't, I wanted it to be more compact. I would just go in and flip it right there. It's a little tough because there's stuff in the pack but you can do it on the other side too. It keeps all compact. More of a tall pack but you want to stretch. It works great there, so I'm gonna go into like. All the pockets all the features on here. Because as I said before, I really like this pack. You are considering a pack like I would highly recommend it. I'm just gonna say that right now, so I'm gonna go into. It in the back here. This is just sort of like a squishy mesh backing on here. And it's got a metal support inside it's not a full frame.

Anything but it's good for keeping it there like straight along your back. It actually helps with your posture when you're like hiking because of just. How straight it like keeps your back straight which. Ireally like I would show. You the metal inside but. It sort of got stuck in there. It doesn't really matter to because I'm always gonna keep. It in there but just so. You know that it's there. And also you've got the bees here. I wanted a pack that had support around the waist. One does and basically. It's soft and squishy all the way up here to which I really like. It helps, it not feels like it's digging into your shoulder. There's a lot of backpacks do.

It sort of spreads the weight around evenly on your shoulders so it does feel better. If you've got a lot of like heavy stuff in the pack. Let's take around to the front. Here's a pocket for any like drinking tube so you can have there isn't. I don't think there's a compartment specifically for water but since. It allows you to keep a drinking pack around. You want that is not specifically a wet pack anything like that but then you've got the big compartment here. And the zippers go all the way down to the sides. Sometimes when you're trying to get stuff in here. You might want the zipper to go down. More of the pack so that's maybe. One concern with it but basically. I haven't found any like real problems with. How deep the zipper goes. And then of course you've got the cover on over. All of the zipper lines so that's nice and here you've got just a small like convenience sort of pocket. And in here you've got a couple of different pockets in the front here you've got the mesh and you've got a clip in here.

And then you've got a portable tablet pocket. You can just slide it in there. Imean it's really you don't have to use a tablet. Anything like anything. That will fit in here it's actually just nice to slide in. It is the front pocket so. That makes it pretty easy over here on the front you've got. These velcro straps for really. Anything hiking poles axes. Whatever I don't usually carry. Either of those things but. You can tighten it up on. Either side and it'll be really useful for whatever you're trying to carry here. Ialready covered these straps. And of course you've got a couple of pockets on the side here I've got my water bottle in. These are actually really deep. They should probably hold. You know really any size of water bottle as well depending on what you've got inside the pack.

And since it goes pretty deep. You don't necessarily to worry about. It fall out which is good that's a really good feature of. This packet so down here at the bottom. Igot a couple of bed roll straps. These are pretty easily adjustable. And then of course you've got. These things here that keep the slack part of the strap from going all over the place. You can see almost all the straps have. That's really nice and then. One of the coolest features of. This pack in here I can't get. This out maybe show a cover for the rain. It doesn't go over the entire pack. It basically just goes over back part assuming. That like this part you're wearing but. It is pretty useful depending on what you have in here.

You need it to be at least covered for the. Most part from the rain. And you've got you can adjust. It here so that's pretty nice pretty useful. Ihave used it on a couple occasions. And yeah and depending on how much stuff. You have in here because it's adjustable. You can tighten it to as small. Or as big as you need. It so that's a really good feature of. This pack it makes. It useful you know no matter. What whether you're using it in alright, so I'm just gonna show. It clips on everything fact. That there's a waist strap. And a chest strap it's really nice and it's. All like fully adjustable here is a strap here's a strap here's a strap so depending on your body type. Imean I'm pretty skinny guy, so I've got to tighten. These a lot but depending on them you're a size it's very easily adjustable. Isaid before like fact the back is flat it's not gonna like bulge out onto. And make any weird shapes it's just.

It stays there and stays like really firm so that's a pretty nice feature of. It is pretty comfortable. Idon't have anything really heavy in. It rights I did like just in the way. You can pack the bag. And change around the center of gravity based on like what's gonna be. More comfortable for you. Imean you'd do that with. Any backpack but especially with. It is a tall one experimenting around with. What you have in there it's gonna be really useful for you so. All the pens on what you're carrying I mean. It is a day pack but. It is a bigger day pack so. You know it really depends. You could be carrying really. Anything and for a long period of time — so alright guys. You want to pick this pack up.

You can get it for about 70 bucks on Amazon. Ibelieve that's I do highly recommend. You are looking for a day pack. That carries 40 litres. Whatever you need something. That has that volume then. It is a really good quality pack high sierra is a really good brand. And its really durable so. Ihaven't had any real problems with. Yet so again I would recommend. This review helped if you're looking up a review about. This pack or you're just maybe just looking for any pack in general. Ido give it my recommendation. And again this helped alright. This is Nate with American Wilderness.

And the front is out but. Iwill give all the information ok so first the beauty about. This backpack is well like. Isaid it's a carry-on backpack so. You can see the sizes are perfect for carry-on but. This top part you can actually remove. This part and I'm telling you right. Now the backpack is full so. Ididn't want to like make a review without. Nothing inside so we just arrived here yesterday so. Ihave an impact I wanted to give. You know like a full backpack reveal okay so let. Me just move the camera a little bit so. You guys can see what I'm doing okay so here. Ican take this front part away. They have a zipper right here. You can take it out so your backpack automatically converts into a day backpack. You can see you can take. This out and then you can just carry. It carries on Isis the election is very comfortable.

And you'll be amazed of. All the stuff you can fit in on my last events I've been using it, so I've been carrying my laptop inside is a 15 inches laptop. If it's perfectly actually. Ican feel like a bigger. All the cables I already. Iput always my rain jacket so as. You actually I'm gonna open. You guys can see I have a lot of a lot of crap inside right. And it's all my cables mouse actually. Some medicines. Ialways carry with. Me just in case and then in the front pocket see. Igot my sunblock I have my waterproof cover. And then you can have like pans here. You can put your cell phone. You can put like all your work stuff here then on the sides. You can put like bottle waters like. These ones see it fits perfectly so. You can actually have two so that's a really good thing so. You can have liked you know like. You carry on then for your day fact. You can use you don't have to carry. One then with the backpack itself. That brought this out. You can have a right here.

You can feel like you don't know. Anything you want and here on the top. You have the handle so. You can pretty much just carry. Whatever you want if you're in the airport. If you're on the streets. You can just carry you know yeah I'd be using it actually. All over New York carried. And the wheels work perfectly. Whenever you're in the airport are not noisy at. All they're very smooth. And very stable the handle is a case made by aluminum. And so far I've been using it like. You know super long. You know the handle. He hasn't broken yet, so I've been ain't no gonna broke it's very stable. You know the materials. All good so as you can see. You just take out in an hour desk. You can have you can just close. This zipper so you hide the handle then. These are the wheels right here I've been using them for like. Isaid for months like almost every day. They still look very good.

They haven't get stuck. They still roll like very good so no problem. Iwill show more pictures on. And the post so you guys can see like. More details and then. Another great feature about. This backpack is this just look so. You can just take this down. And then you just put. This here you just tie. It up here it has like a Velcro. He doesn't like a Velcro thing so just put. It right here you go quick. And then you'd have. Another backpack here so pretty much. You are in a place where is very hard to roll your backpack. You can just like you know like open. And carry on as you can see so. It works very well and of course. You can wear whenever. You have like the outside part too so that's a great feature of.

This backpack because pretty much. You can have like a three backpacks in. You have like the day backpack. One right here then. You have the rolling backpack. When everybody's look just like. They hang out and then. You can just wear that's a big. You like a lot of options like the other day. We were into a ferry. You know close to the ocean. We were just making the line. It was impossible to roll. It was a lot of scent so it's perfectly just take. This out you just you know. You just wear on your back. You know like a normal backpack so it's very good. This space inside I'm gonna just take the camera. You know as you guys can see. This secure things right here. These lots so in case. You have a lot of stuff it's not gonna break open. And I'm telling you it's very messy okay so.

This is a few of the clothes. We got actually we fit around 20 pieces of clothes here. You have this stripes here. You can just like tight. You have a lot of clothes but. You mean as you guys can see. You can fit a lot of stuff here. You will be able to carry. It on an airplane so. You don't have to pay for it check back. You don't have to deal. You know with the earnings loosing your bags so. This is a great item. Ihighly recommended for travelers. You can use it for different purposes like. You know like we are always traveling so the item was perfect. Ihave use several times so. If you're looking for a new backpack. Irecommend you to use. One it's very good the price is good. Ican tell you the qualities is its perfect. Imean it's not like no like. II have it just for four.

Or five months but so far it's. Nothing happening and. You know everything is. It looks just like new so. You want more details about. This product just check the post. You have any question just feel free to ask.

5.11® Rush12™ Pack

  • MOLLE/SlickStick exterior lining for unlimited attachment options;
  • 16 individual compartments for a wide range of storage options;
  • Inner multipocket panel organizes smaller essentials and gear;
  • Interior 60-oz. hydration pocket provides space for a reservoir;
  • Shoulder, sternum and compression straps ensure stability.

From tactical scenarios, to hunting, to weekend camping trips, 5.11's Rush12 Pack is a sizable, high-performance, multipurpose bag. MOLLE/SlickStick web wraparound exterior lining allows for unlimited attachment options. The Rush12 is outfitted with 16 individual compartments for a wide range of specialized storage options. Internal multipocket panel adds even more organization for your smaller essentials and gear. Interior 60-oz. hydration pocket provides space for a reservoir (not included). External compression straps, adjustable contoured-yoke shoulder straps and adjustable sternum straps ensure stability and comfort on the go. Other great features include a generous main compartment (18"H x 11"W x 6.5"D), a bottom front compartment (12"H x 9"W x 1.75"D), a fleece-lined sunglasses pocket, glove-friendly pull tabs, a hook-and-loop flag patch and YKK® self-repairing zippers. Made of lightweight, water-resistant 1,050-denier nylon for rugged durability. Imported.

Kelty® Redwing 32 Backpack

  • Dual-use laptop or hydration sleeve;
  • Ample pockets keep your gear organized;
  • AirMesh shoulder straps;
  • Breathable back panel for comfort.

The Kelty Redwing 32 Backpack is a sized-down pack with all the features and organization you need for around town or a day on the trail. This 32L capacity Kelty hiking backpack features Perfect-FIT suspension for on-body adjustments. The U-zipper design works as both a top loader and panel loader, allowing easy access to all your gear. A front stash pocket holds your jacket, and multiple pockets and pouches hold your electronics, pens, keys, water bottles and other travel essentials. The hydration sleeve is a dual-use pocket that can carry a laptop. If you're hiking, there are hide-away loops for your ice axe or poles. Mesh shoulder straps, a hide-away waistbelt, and load-lifter and sternum straps are designed to make your journey easier. The Kelty Redwing 32 Internal Frame Backpack is lighter, leaner and ready to go on your weekend adventure. Imported.

It's Wing Mykelti Red Wing 32. And it's a beautiful pack. It's lightweight, lots of pockets for your bottle. It has a two-side pocket. Only thing I don't like is it doesn't have any pockets on the waist belt but it makes up for other by giving you these straps to hang things on to strap extra gear to the side as pockets behind the pocket.

You can slip an axe or saw through there and slips right in there. They handle top little storage area here for quick to get to things. It also has the front storage over here with an organizer inside. You can put your telephone your ear essentials in here. I have a collapsible low water bottle, wipes, different things in there. It's a very nice pack carries well. These sight pockets here are great for sticking in long things like my saw, my bahco laplander saw. And behind they just put something even longer, has an airflow back to it with plenty of padding. You can strap other things, here has a bladder compatible bring the tube out through here. I don't need it, I'm not a big ladder person has a clamshell kind of way of opening this thing you can bring you completely around. It'll stop here with these straps. You don't want it to go completely down.

You just attach these straps to and it'll just stop about here. You want to go completely down, just English and voila. It opens up. You can store lots of things in their pocket water bladder. And like it opens up completely, like a clamshell beautiful color olive-drab. Something like that it's a it's a beautiful Peck. Ihave my thrusts river pack. Itried on yesterday. And it's great but it's kind of heavy something inside which they make a basket for it but this one's a lot easier to carry. You can go for a day hike couple day hike with this, carry a minimal shelter. Something in their great Peck beautiful day.

Iwant to focus on a. Few details and hopefully. This will be a pretty quick. And dirty review I purchased. This backpack just under a month ago so. Idon't have a huge amount of experience with. Ipurchased it initially. And used it right away for a week trip to Hawaii with my family. Iwanted something. That could basically be a carry-on suitcase bag. It does fit carry-on parameters. One pretty full as well as. Igot there a day hike bag. That wasn't too oversized. Or under sized as well as a diaper bag. Or just handling baby stuff which I've got going on in my life were. You know I may not need to pack a bunch of stuff for a six-hour day hike but. We might be just going to the beach. And there's big beach blankets. And so forth that take up a lot of space.

That would be too bulky for a regular day pack. Something is more of a backpack style think so. That was my reason for purchasing it. This video could be useful to. Anyone who wants to use. It for hiking or travel again. Because it's a sort of nice backpack but carry-on size for pretty much. Any airline I think would let. You on the plane with. You the basic overview again I'm going to start with I'm gonna focus pretty much on details I'm not gonna do. Everything that every other reviewers done but just. Some standout things. Ithink are relevant to a purchasing decision on. This pack because it's been very well reviewed sort of as a legacy of. All the great reviews of the Redoing 50 which. Idon't own, so I'm just coming to. It could my review is kind of next. You my feedback by the way.

This is orange tape here. And here as well as. This nite ize red plastic SP nor our add-ons. Everything else here is stopped so let. Me start with the straps. Most people most reviewers finished with the straps but let. Me start with the straps in general good lumbar support big padded hip strap with a good sized waist belt that's easy to adjust little manali type attachments on the waist on the padded portion of the waist strap so shoulder straps are nicely padded with load lifters which actually did work in my experience with. What little Hawaii load. Ihad for my trip chest strap is included pretty normal with the adjustments up. And down on the chest zipping right along pat pockets there are sorts of the visually defining feature. This pack is that there's. These vertical pockets on the left. And right both sides nice and spacious there's a pass-through pocket. That goes all the way through which. Ididn't really have much use for and put.

Some water bottle pocket the standard mesh pretty deep here from small to large there's a. What I guess people call an admin pocket with. All the various slots for pens. And notebooks in your iPhone here no little mini zip pocket but pretty packed admin pocket with a little key loop in the lid actually let. Me in the main compartment has. This top loader feature. You keep the compression straps. That sort of stops the top load. And just lets you stuff from above. You quickly undo quickly is the key feature here. You quickly undo it unzips pretty completely I'd say 80% of the way down to be a panel loader finally last but not least there's a little tiny pocket in the lid for sunglasses. Or your wallet keys. Or whatnot that's what I use.

It for and that's pretty much. It for basic specs and that's. What you'll see in other reviews let. Me point out a few specific features. That may or may not also be in other reviews there's a pretty heavy-duty handle here on the front for lifting this. More like a suitcase horizontally. Than typical backpack loop on top. Although as you saw with the orange tape there is a small issue loop on top as well so that's an interesting add-on. Idid use it's an iceberg I'll leave. Imentioned this briefly earlier but. Ididn't use this trip. Iappreciate it there being little sort of straps here for potentially adding pouches. Or just putting a flashlight with a little pocket clip. Something for hiking outdoors use also on the bottom of the pack. Each other and ears have mentioned there is also webbing two rows of webbing for a bedroll with lashing straps.

You really wanted to expand. This to make this up two. Or three day backpacking bags so those are nice the last little detail thing I'll mention. Idid find useful is on the backpack strap there's. This little elastic tensioner. Where no matter what your level of tightening of the main tie there's always a little tension because of. This elastic that actually very useful for keeping this functional as a chest strap as. Iwas walking along with a full load as well as the hip strap as well. One thing I will go over. Ithink is particularly relevant to folks shopping for this bag is water bottles for the side pockets. These side pockets scream out to be used with sort of your classic water bottle.

You can always put the things in the mesh pockets but a lot of people complain oh. If I'm packing along. II don't know this could fall out along the trail. Iwouldn't know till. Igot to my camp I had fallen out so people liked the idea of having the bottle storage on the side. It just seems common sense. You look at the design of the bag. However in their infinite wisdom healthy knowing. That there's pretty much. One universal size of Nalgene bottle made. It a little small sea. It is a little snug. It does fit that last little bend. And the zipper was a little tight. Iwill tell this backpack is empty. You have a full pack. Everything has bulged out. This is extremely hard to close. And actually risks damaging the zipper so. Iwanted to just mention a. Few things first they as well. Ihave a clean canteen here. That really doesn't fit. It sticks all the way out the top so. What I discovered well first of. All there's these little 16-ounce. No jeans and outfit no problem those are great.

You don't need a huge water supply but a solution. That worked you keep the 30 ounce sorry 32 ounce full liter capacity of the. Now gene of this guy but fitting in here with a little less hassle. Now gene makes these old school canteens shaped flat water bottles. And I'll tell you again. These fit easier as I'm demonstrating it. Because the pole pack isn't bulging at the seams but. This fits with a lot of room. And despair not a lot but. More room to spare less stress on the zipper. When you're loading up so. This isn't it's still sort of knock against the backpack. That the standard bottle doesn't fit easily.

This is just Universal among. Everybody but I know but there is a workaround. You still want a full liter water same capacity to fit in. These side pockets these pockets are also good for putting a little over shirt. You want to walk with layers. And not open your main pack over. And over again throughout the hike. Someone who's walking with. You unzip and take. It out for you or a hat without having to take off the pack. And break all down anyway water bottle holders for the side given. Ifound a workable 1 litre bottle. These pockets you got is. One of these one of these. You may be in trouble. You may have to use the mesh.

And the risk of falling out so. This pack is just straight from Hawaii. Ididn't wash anything my first general observation from the experience. You can see this with your own eyes here. Although the black is a little hard to see in the video is. It stays pretty clean the fabric is pretty good at standard distances a. Few marks but it down on the bottom not too bad unknown long-term durability again I've had. This just over one month. And really just took. One real trip to Hawaii not. That country hiking or. Anything but it worked good prose the main capacity main pocket capacity is very good it's shaped in a way. It bubbles out all the maximum cubic inches inside. You can use the water bladder holder. You want to I didn't use. That but it's its well-designed. And a compress straps at least the way they're designed to pull out.

And back to the four corners are good at holding the contents of the main pocket in as intended. Another Pro is that the fit. And weight distribution with the small amount of framing here with the aluminum rod. And the pack design. And the straps and the load lifters. All the strapping for me anyway was great for fit. And weight distribution. Ihad a pretty late load of mostly clothing I wasn't carrying and that'll cook kit for a backpack trip. Anything but I think for loads of. You know thirty pounds. Even forty pounds it's its a comfortable pack. Another pro the final. That I'll list is the looks. Or subjective in all consumer products but. Ilike minimal badging and labeling and reflective strips. And contrasting zipper pulls. And stuff this amount of badging just so. Icould see it on earth from a distance. And know it was my bag but really. Ilike the minimum minimalist look. You can decide in and other videos. You like the look there are. Some other colors but.

This sort of two-tone fabric. One is sort of smooth nylon. One is a little bit of a texture to. It is nice gives it a little bit of distinctive look but is minimalist which. Ilike let me talk about the things. And I'm rushing through here but let. Iwant to keep this quick let. Me talk about the things. Ididn't like about. This bag first and foremost the buckles. All the buckles seemed incredibly cheap in terms of the quality of the plastic. And the design these are guaranteed to break so the material of the buckles. Ireally don't like. And also the size these are the compression straps. It hard to even thread the tab into the slide. Many times it was just so small. Ifelt like I was threading a needle the chest strap which.

Iused every time it on it's a little bigger. Then the compression straps but. Ifound myself you know trying 10 10 times sometimes to get. It aligned and then. Ifelt like again it was so cheap. Ithought and didn't. And pushed I could very easily snap off. One of these guys the waist strap which is substantially bigger still feels for what it is super cheap. You just the hardware is like the material the fabric it's the fundamental of the bag it's got to work. Idid not have nothing broke on. This trip but is the first trip. Idid not have confidence in the quality of the buckles especially the compression straps which are tiny. And the chest rack which is still pretty small the other thing I did not like on the subject of small. And weak is the zippers. And the zipper poles are about as small as. You can get on a full-size pack again.

They work they didn't break this trip but. They did not inspire confidence a pull cord seems like a big cut corners. You know it's not so much an issue for. That in the pocket but. You fill out this big 44 litre main compartments let. You're really yanking on these zippers. You come around the corner in. This sort of s-curve to get the lid shut. It did not inspire confidence. It again made me feel like. This is gonna break sooner. Then later it's fine in Hawaii but. Iwouldn't want this to break. Either the zippers of the clasps in a back country hiking situation the last sort of con. That I'll talk about they're really left out at. Iwas using this bag for my first trip is. That the pocket capacity in the pocket design didn't seem great.

Icommented that the main compartment is great. Istand by it opens almost completely. It the sort of bubble shape of the pack. That sort of rounds. All serves to give the maximum capacity to the main compartment. This guy I feel like. Iput a shirt anything I mean there is like half an inch at the top of depth in. This bag and really not. That much at the bottom. Either there may be two inches. Ireally couldn't get. That much in here I couldn't access. Anything on the admin panels the other thing I'll say is. Itry to flip this open as. You would do in an admin panel situation trying to give it. Something this thing shut every time. Icould like jam and open but eventually. It going going it would just shut on. It was like someone was putting a prank on. Something every time. Itry to open this thing and again. Iwanted to fall back. It what's in here it was doubly hard. This goes for the top lid compartment to the pockets not.

That small but the opening is inexplicably small. They could have just made the zipper curved around just a little. You could get in there but again the pocket is maybe an inch deep at the front. And tapers to nothing at the back so you're just really excite. When your wallet or sunglasses not getting a lot of. Anything in there it seems like it's just a little. More thought of the design. These various issues. These various issues could have been addressed. One small break that won't really say it's a complaint but small bright. Idon't know if it'll come during the video is on the back you've got. All the padding for your back you've got the padding on the chest strap.

You got the padding on the waist belt the padding this won't come through in the video but the padding that's on the back surface is a nice sort of closed cell foam feeling like. You would expect in. This kind of padding however in the belt the waist strap. And the shoulder strap listen your. That crunchy it's like. They crumpled up a bunch of saran wrap. Something I mean there is foam in there but it's like it's somehow it's not just. This kind of traditional nice soft plush. Yet firm padding they just use. Something different in Enix Lucas inexplicably thinner. And a little noisier. Idon't know it didn't it's not a deal-breaker for me but. Ithought I'd point. Ihaven't seen it in other videos. Idon't know why there're two kinds of foam. If there's just some other shape holding material in their anyway not a pro definitely at least a grape so. Some pros and cons. And a grape again sorry. Iput the clothes up here by the way the s beaner from night eyes. This is the number for size fits perfectly in the two lower loops here.

You want to have something to easily attach a couple doodads to just a little backpack hack. Icame up with after purchasing the bag okay bottom line Kelty Red Wing 44 it's a good basic design. Isee why people like. Ilike the idea of outer pockets. And the mesh pocket. And multiple pockets in the main body of the bag the carry system is relatively sophisticated for a moderately priced bag. All the adjustments in the strap. And load carrying system are pretty good I'll give Kelty credit for. Ihave to say the zippers the material the clasps my gosh the clips are just. Idon't want to say unacceptable but just inexplicably low quality. And not confidence-inspiring for a bag of. This cost I got a deal on Amazon. Iwas sort of watching prices go up. And down as they do on. Any Amazon from about a hundred.

And twenty-two ninety-nine to. Whatever this bag on a day. It was actually about $80. Few cents and that's pretty reasonable. And I'll have to say for $80. This is a fairly priced bag. It does have quite a bit of capacity. It does have the weight bearing carry system for if. You are gonna go backpacking with. This for 80 bucks it's a reasonable value. Ican recommend I don't have a comparison with. Another bag of similar costs but. Ithink for 80 bucks its fair for a hundred. And twenty whatever else it's been going for even a hundred. Even ninety I don't know. Ijust think the materials are too weak to take. And carry out on a plane to go on vacation with your family in Hawaii maybe it's not a big deal cuz. If a clip breaks oh well. You just go down the road to get a repair. You went back home on the airline with a broken buckle but.

One of the very essential zippers. Or clasp break in a backpacking situation for which. This bag was designed that's no good. You can't do your compression straps. Or get your chest strap on. When you're carrying your load to pack out of the mountains. If a zipper breaks you can't. Even keep a flap closed. Ijust think that's unacceptable. Iwould not recommend. This really at any price certainly not over $100 to. Someone just going to use. This for backpacking use. It in the city use it for air travel use. It with my little water bottle hack for not breaking the zip. Or getting your bottle in. And out of the side pocket. You know as this sort of backpack diaper bag for a vacation. That worked for me I don't think I'm going to use.

This for its secondary intended use of hiking and backpacking and camping which. Ihope to use it for but it's just not up to snuff that's. This review has been helpful again sorry I'm sort of zoomed in here. This is kind of how my setup was but. Iput the black bag. Everything I wanted to be able to gather enough detail to show. What I was talking about with. All the various pros. And cons I've talked about what's important to. And relevant based on my use of the bag for a month tell. What you think in the comments. You disagree or agree. You have a different Kelty bag of different attributes. Or weaknesses another brand. You think I should try. Idon't want this for backpacking would love to hear comments.

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Nothing wrong with the frame sheet. That is I'm just saying but that's why I'm at with. It great pack get one.

It starts here runs. All the way around the pack. And over to the other side. You have these compression straps on top. You can actually open. It up just as a top lid. And almost use it as a top loader so. You don't have to open. All up to get to the items the top of your pack but as. Iremove some of the items here. You can see how much space. You really have to get in there. You open these compression straps. You can open this pack almost like a piece of luggage so. You can really fold. That down you can see. All the access you've got here. It has a zipper on either side. Even open the pack just on the side. And grab some things on the side. Or the bottom of the pack so really convenient zipper there. Iremove some of the things in there I've. Even got a sleeping bag tucked away in there. Some other items you can see. That big pocket on the front you've got an organizational pocket.

Isee the pack shining for kind of the day to day use I've got a little notebook my phone in there. Some pens and actually. Ihave a tablet it fits really nicely into. That sleeve as well so. You have access to put the tablet different places. And then just got an extra layer tucked down in there so it's a pretty deep pocket. You do have stretchy water bottle access there on. Either side and then. These side pockets are really nice. These bellows pocket. When you're not using them. They actually tuck away really nicely but. You do have access into the back so. You could store something longer like. You have tent poles. You can store them back there.

If you've got trekking poles. You have that pass-through to the stretchy pocket down there. And then again all kinds of compression straps on. You can make it a much smaller pack. You need to on the outside here. You have a tuck away carry handle. You can use to pick up the pack it's a nice durable handle. When the packs on the ground. Or laying on the floor it's really easy to pick. It up by you have daisy chain attachments there as well. And those tuck away really nicely so. If you're just using this day-to-day those don't get in the way moving down. You do have some tool loops here. You can use them as ice axe loops. Or trekking pole loops. You have these compression straps up here. They work really nicely. And attaching gear to the front of the pack. It around check out the back panel. And the shoulder straps. Ireally like the design here with. All the mesh this is called hex mesh.

And it's really wide open mesh. That allows a lot of breath ability turn the pack to the side. You can see how much padding there is on those key areas of your back so as you're wearing it. That padding is really going to keep the back panel up away from your back a little bit. And with these channels it's going to breathe well down here on the bottom. You can see a really nice lumbar pad that's going to really transfer the load of the pack to your hips. You have that same mesh in through the hip belt a pretty substantial hip belt for this size pack. You can really cinch. That down to carry the load on your hips. Now again you can remove. If you're just using this as an everyday pack. You don't need this big of a hip belt but. This works really well nice contours in the shoulder straps. And really good padding there so.

Ican see that lasting a long time. Now as far as stability. You have an HDPE frame sheet there keeps the weight down but. It has nice rigidity in the back panel. And then this is a slightly larger pack there's a single aluminum stay there behind the scenes just to give it. More rigidity to transfer. That load down to your hips. This pack does just come in. One size but you can adjust. These shoulder straps with the load lifter straps up here so. You can adjust you can adjust. It up depending on your torso length. This is considered a man's pack it's got a woman's version that's a little bit shorter in the torso but. Ican see this pack working well for a lot of different people overall with. All the features you get here.

This is a great pack for traveling again store. It in Handover then a pack. You can use for lightweight backpacking if you're just going out for the weekend. Or doing an overnight just a multi-use pack that's really durable. And it's going to last a long time it's the Kelty Red Wing 44 you.

This zipper is you can open. It just on the top so basically having top access into. This large compartment but. You open these two compression straps. You can actually have panel access into. This pack of well so. You have to do open. All the way kind of fold down. That top part and then. You have access to all your gear on the inside. This is a pretty small day pack it's got lots of room here so. Ican put all kinds of gear. One thing I want to point out is. You have a padded sleeve in there. That can double as a tablet pocket. Or put your laptop in there. You can put your hydration reservoir in there. That can be routed out through the pack so multifunctional access there. And then moving down the pack you've got plenty of other features. Iwant to point out. This area right on the front. You could store an extra layer in there. You have these compression straps closed. It really holds any sort of gear. That you've got in there so maybe a rain jacket.

Something like that. You want to grab for quickly. Now on the sides I've got a little travel pillow popped away in there just to show. That got either side. And there's actually a pass-through behind there, so I've got a pair of trekking poles stashed back there. All the way down to the bottom of the pack. And up through here so. You can grab those if you're just traveling and. You need to tuck them away for a. While that's a great spot for those obviously you've got stretchy mesh pockets here for water bottles. And then on the front. Ireally like this organization. That up there's plenty of little areas in there to store gear got a phone. Some pens all kinds of gear there.

This is actually pretty deep, so I've got. Something stored in the bottom there too. Now on the front of the pack. You have a grab handle here. And then two little daisy chain attachment points down there they're tucked away so. If you're just going downtown with. This hat doesn't look too much like a trail pack it's got really sleek features there but. You need to pick it up buy. That carry handle you need to attach gear on to the front. You can certainly do. That down here on the bottom. You have two loops you could put trekking poles on there. And attach them up here on the top. You could use them as ice axe loops. You want to and then attach them there so lots of features. All over this pack for such a small pack. It really has got a lot of going for it. Iwant to turn the pack around. And talk about the back panel. It carries the load as far as support. This gets its rigidity from a lightweight HDPE frame sheet that's behind the scenes there so.

You don't have a lot of rigidity there but. It gives you just enough for the size of the pack as. You can see I can bend. That a little bit the pack is going to move with. You hike you move it to the side. You can see all the breath ability. And lots of padding and. Ireally like that feature. It gives you patting against your back there but then. You have those channels. That warm air can escape so. If you're moving fast. If you're on the trail. If you're walking down town you're not going to get sweaty behind. That pack now behind. These shoulder straps here. You have that hex mesh. All throughout that just aids in the breath ability a nice contoured shoulder straps here. And again for such a small pack you've got. Some really substantial shoulder straps. And a pretty substantial hip belt down on the bottom so nice lumbar pad there. And then the hip belt also has air mesh so. If you've got that around your hips. If you've got that kind of batten down it's definitely going to breathe with.

And it's lightweight enough. You can actually tuck away the hip belt into a little area right there so again. If you're headed to the coffee shop. You don't want to have. That hip belt out you can just tuck. And that's a really nice little feature as well. This does just come in. One torso size but you can adjust. It here you've got load lifter straps. You can adjust or down depending on your torso length. And then you do have a sternum strap. That goes across so you've got a lot of trails specific features here so. You can take this out on a day hike bring all the gear. You need for that hike but. Because it's got so much organization. And those little pockets. You can store gear you can really travel with. This take it downtown. It every day it's the Kelty Red Wing 32 liter pack you.

You can put a jacket hold on okay so hold on a second there. It is headphones bag with. All of my cords and mounting brackets mounting straps for my GoPros. Another bag for your memory cards GoPro batteries you're talking adapters. When you're over in Europe for your electronics underwear sorts to shirts I've got the GoPro. This mounting thing I mean in my laptop is my laptop right. Now with them it's still plenty of room plenty of room for toothbrushes glasses. And contacts it's about. Imean that's what you need. Ineed your camera gear. And just in case they lose your luggage. You two of your best shirts pair of shorts two socks its awesome very very compact. It's preferred day hike lovely out. This stuff back in and I'll show. Something checks this out there's really cool things.

All right you can grab. It up here right here. That but check this out there's like a hidden right here look at boom a hidden little grab handle. It so that's it mans very cool guilty Redoing 32 a buttered on Amazon for $75 free shipping I think tax is like 5 bucks 80 bucks that's frickin outstanding oh look at. These right here you could put like hiking poles. Ithink that's what they're for hiking poles go in there. And then up through here alright that's. This is waiting this is a longer. Iwanted it to be yes.

That mid way down to hold the hydration hose. And it's got a chest clip. That slides up and down for adjust ability the plastic on these is kind of cheap not the greatest but. It does have these little elastic bands. That hold all the straps strap keepers built into. It those are built in. You can't lose them is really nice it's got a hard back there's a piece of plastic running down the back. And it's very breathable it's got. That 3d mesh it also has a stow able waistband. This will not carry. Any weight on you can't actually put. Any weight on your waist with. This but it is designed nicely to. You pull out and away from yourself to tighten. It but again it's pretty cheap plastic hardware on. This so here are the measurements. These measurements are in centimeters always metric never Imperial on my channel so. You could wear this with the waistband. Or the belt right at your waist at about 20 inches. Iwould say if that's your torso length.

It expands on the inner compartment to about 16 centimeters somewhere around there the stitching for the shoulder straps for the hardest system it's pretty good. Idon't think that's going to come apart on. Me but I'll do an update in about a year after I've used. It for a while so the front of the pack here is the top pouch it's got a little key fob thing on. And it's a decent size. Ikeep tissue and stuff like. And there are things. Imight need to grab as. Igo on the front it's got. These little straps. You can tie things onto the pack but then. They hide away under. Some fabric which is really nice. It keeps it to have a nice clean look here are the measurements for how big.

Each of those little straps are the biggest. One can be used as a grab handle the two side pouches are not. That big but big enough to hold my hazard four mil pods. And also my trauma kit on the other side so. You can fit a decent sized amount of stuff in there. You might need to grab on the go about five centimeters is the max for how deep. You can stuff it fulls of stuff. And then the front admin pouch has a little bit of organization to. It's got one big back pocket. And then a couple of smaller pouches on. That panel I can fit pretty much. Everything I need in there. Ican fit my van quest EDC em organizer in there really easily that's the Husky here're the measurements on. All those pockets for what you can. And can't fit inside there the two smaller ones are about 10 centimeters maybe 12 centimeters long the side pouches are vintage mesh. They have elastic bands. You can fit a 40-ounce Klean Kanteen so that's not like.

You could use this for overnight backpacking trips. You did a minimalist type of packing anyway the strap to the top the compression straps have clips but the ones at the bottom of the pack do not have clips so. You can only unclip the top straps under those side pouches there's a channel. You could fit a stool like. This is my ultralight camping stool. You can also fit a hatchet. Or an axe handle down through there but. What it's really designed for is. These clipped out of the way cuz. Idon't use them this around as an EDC pack but. You can put your trekking poles. And have them held in place under those pockets. And then those little loops at the bottom keep the poles out of the way it's got a stash pouch but behind the admin pouch between.

And the largest pouch. You can put like a jacket. Something in there it's got a little drain at the bottom so. You put your jacket in their wet the water will drain out it's pretty nice and then the main pouch has. These two larger zippers I'm not real impressed with the zippers on. This overall you keep. It strapped it can open up as the top but. You undo those straps then. It can open up almost. All the way down you can really get in there. And grab everything so. Ican fit my electronics module my clothing module by decon bio hazard module by bartering and emergency shelter module. And my water module. All in there as well as in. This back pouch you could put a laptop. Ikeep my anchor solar charger in there as well as a three liter Camel back.

Some emergency documents. It does have clips on. Both sides to hold the bladder in place. You do want to carry a bladder. This is a really nice pack for the price. You know you're not going to get the best Hardware on. You don't but for the price it's kind of hard to beat so. Iwould recommend if you're looking for a pack. And possible overnight packet also I'm very happy with. It as an EDC pack so far I've been using it for a. While please subscribe to see. More videos give some thumbs up giving some comments in the comment section let. What you think and share. This video you get the chance please thanks for watching take.

This cinch strap to keep. It in their Rose it's gonna fall out. This is the lid pocket got a single zip. And it's large enough. You can keep a pistol in there's no organization on the inside of. Though just it's all just open so in the main compartment. You keep the cinch straps closed. It will just be a top loader for you. These animals a zip off almost to the bottom. You can load either way. This is a PC sleeve. This is the only organization that's inside here there's no other pockets in here it's got hook. And loop field here so. You can get some other pouches. And things like and kind of organize. It yourself one thing to note on. That there's no aluminum stay frame like on the 44. And 50 liters this is just has a flexible hard plastic frame sheet in their hits somewhat flexible whispery well. It has a hydration tube port here on the inside it's got a carry handle. That folds down in between your shoulder straps. Now shoulder straps are nice and thick.

They work real well they're adjustable from the top let's go sternum strap it's adjustable it's got. Some elastic there so that's cool. This waist belt this is probably the. Most garbage thing about. This thing's a decent pack other. This waist belt it's not really a waist belt its kind of belly belt the pack being so short. It comes above my belly button so it's very flimsy so good padding though lots of air flow in here.

Jack Wolfskin Women's Moab Jam 18 Pack

  • ACS Tight suspension system optimizes mobility;
  • Air channel and breathable padding on the back panel;
  • Made of rugged, lightweight materials;
  • Hydration system compatible;
  • Large selection of pockets, pouches and lashing options.

Whether you prefer to conquer trails by hiking or biking, Jack Wolfskin's Women's Moab Jam 18 Pack carries everything you need during your excursion without weighing you down. ACS Tight suspension system keeps the pack close to your body, so you can maintain control of the load while you're moving. Central air channel and air-permeable padding on the back panel allow cooling airflow between your back and the pack. Lightweight yet rugged Cross Rip 210-denier and Nailhead 210-denier fabrics on the body, Cross Rip 210-denier fabric on the bottom and Crosslink polyethylene material on the back stand up to the rigors of your adventures. Generous main compartment with an inner pouch that can hold a water bladder delivers ample room for all of your gear. Front pocket with key clip, two mesh side pockets, small compartments and small pockets provide additional storage room for essentials. Lightly padded, stowaway waistbelt. Integrated rain cover. Side compression straps. Adjustable chest strap with signal whistle. Trekking-pole lashing. Bicycle-pump and water-bottle fastener. Helmet holder. LED-light holder. Equipped for a hydration system (sold separately). Reflective details. Imported.

Hello, I'm April! This is the Moab Jam 18 from Jackal Skin. This bag is built with durability and comfort in mind. It's created with a wonderful combination of 100 D cross rip material that's been reinforced with tear resistant nail head 100 D fabric to give you wonderful long-lasting wear. For comfort, they've built breathable contoured shoulder straps and an adjustable hip pack belt to help it stays in place.

Combine that with the wonderful flex motion suspension system. That allows for a secure supportive fit. You're looking at one comfortable pack ready for an adventure. You can attach your trekking poles for hands-free movement. There's even slip pockets on either side for added storage, perfect for water bottles and a place to attach a light you have in a cycle.

The zipper pocket on the front has an interior key fob. The main compartment opens up with two zippers pulls nice and wide, and has a pocket. It is hydration compatible so you can just put your bladder right in and go. There's a stow able lashing option for a helmet. You don't need this stretchy helmet carrier. It easily goes into the pocket. It's attached to with a buckle down here at the bottom of the bag and speaking of Stovall's. Down at the bottom of the bag is an included rain cover so you happen to be caught out in the rain your pack can stay dry. It's the perfect little rucksack for your next adventure.

5.11® Rush12™ MultiCam Pack

  • MOLLE/SlickStick exterior lining for unlimited attachment options;
  • 16 individual compartments for a wide range of storage options;
  • Inner multipocket panel organizes smaller essentials and gear;
  • Interior 60-oz. hydration pocket provides space for a reservoir;
  • Shoulder, sternum and compression straps ensure stability.

From tactical scenarios, and hunting to weekend camping trips, 5.11's Rush12 MultiCam Pack is a sizable, high-performance, multipurpose bag. MOLLE/SlickStick web wraparound exterior lining allows for unlimited attachment options. The Rush12 is outfitted with 16 individual compartments for a wide range of specialized storage options. Internal multipocket panel adds even more organization for your smaller essentials and gear. Interior 60-oz. hydration pocket provides space for a reservoir (not included). External compression straps, adjustable contoured-yoke shoulder straps and adjustable sternum straps ensure stability and comfort on the go. Other great features include a generous main compartment (18"H x 11"W x 6.5"D), a bottom front compartment (12"H x 9"W x 1.75"D), a fleece-lined sunglasses pocket, glove-friendly pull tabs, a hook-and-loop flag patch and YKK® self-repairing zippers. Made of lightweight, water-resistant 1,050-denier nylon for rugged durability. Imported.

I'm just going to give you a quick rundown on my pack out from my new 511 rush 12-day pack. Alright, first compartment here up front your admin colonel opens out. This is just to show how much I can actually just pack in here that's just to fill up some space here. You've got a couple of pockets, handy for utilities bushman's torch headlamp. You can fit that blender straight across the bottom here. I usually like to keep my laplander at the front in a pocket down the bottom. You know the good feature is it has these hooks on the side which I'm used to having you my other backpacks to hang my keys off. Another pocket here which keeps quite a few bulky things in it so that's the front pocket. Now the main reason for this video it's not a product review but what it is, it's just showing you how I've packed my cat Kitty out into my bag. I've just got this bag today so this is kind of my first pack out with the items. I usually take on a day hike in this pocket here, perfect size for my snake bite kit. It's at the front, it's out on the outside of the pack which is good. It fits perfectly, snug awesome. All right, the other awesome thing I worked out today is on the side here and the small.

A system I've got. This power cord handles that I've made a couple of weeks ago from picking up my bottle. And just walking off with. I found the thickness of that tucks nicely into the system. I walked down here about 10-minutes. Walk to this won't it doesn't swing loose.

It can't come out unless it's pulled up. You could have a something on there and lock it on there. It doesn't come off. You unclip that that was a pretty handy little feature. All right, the next is the main pocket. And I'll show you just how much Q is in key. I will show you as well. This is packed like this without this bag in there. I'll show this actually weighs in at 21 kilos that 21 kilos in this pack that is quite heavy for a daypack but this is just to show. That a 24 litre pack can carry quite a lot of gear. I mean not used to carrying 20 kilos but I've packed. It out spit specifically just to show what it's capable of.

Now I'm used to having a 20-liter pack, the extra four liters in this really allows some versatility. Alright, so there you can see, opens like a clam which is awesome and look at the way. This stuff's packed in here. You can play bag Tetras with this so basically. We've got one two three pouches which could actually. I had my clips, I could clip them on the outside of the system. Now I've got up a small hanker power cord here clipped on the lower. This section. On this section here. I did have this a couple of carbines just on here. So you can have that on there in an emergency situation. You've got access straight away to your med kit, so I've got a medkit, gas canister, small pouch. Just got my gloves in it. I've got a cooler bag here which has got one liter of water in it. I've got my survival kit and I've got my EDC so there's all the kits and then you've got this pocket at the back which I keep and the boys put in their go fear with God. You see a couple of drain holes in that bottom here which is pretty awesome up. Here there's a pocket. Its fleece lined, that's for your sunglasses or your glasses case. Whatever so that's in there in these pockets here. This profit here actually fits. You know you're cooking windshield, these aluminum windshields. It fits in this pocket here perfect exactly the same fit give it takes probably two inches so that'll be the slop in there.

You can also fit quite a. Few other things in their in here I've just got my brew kit. And my canister stand so that's those two pockets. Now around the back of the pack words we've got. This will hold a bladder I did find. I don't have my bladder in here but. Idid spit my bladder in here before. Ididn't put this pocket. Ihave a two liter bladder. It can be held up by. These two little toggles. And your hose can come up through here. And up into and then. They will eventually lead to a port on. Either side of the bag at the top right so the only thing with the bladder. This pocket here seems to be a really tight fit right, so I've got a two-liter bladder I've probably only fetal liter in there I'm not sure of the specs on.

What it's rated for but. Ididn't put my I didn't put. Any water in my bladder. And fitted either I'll do. That later but I'm knocking around. Ijust wanted to get. This pack loaded up. And take it for a hike. It fits actually why I'm speaking about the back section here it's. Another drain hole down here. You can see but I did find. When I'm wearing it. This section here they dug into my soft parts just above my hips that's the only that's the only down size downside besides the pocket for the bladder. Ifound the only negative things is the bladder pocket size. And those two little bits. That dig into me so as. These pouches here the demo light system can actually go on the outside of the pack.

And sit here like that could be on the front here so then I've got. You did have those patches on the outside. You can see there's still a good 10 liters of room there that's pretty impressive for such a small pack. You know and there are various other pouches like. I could have this small pouch out here. Or somewhere up on the side here don't really need too bit but that's the 5-11 rush 12:12 means 12-hour pack. Or half day pack the next size up is a 24 which is a full-day pack which. You could probably do an overnighter in as well. I might mention that down the bottom here you've got. This bowl tabs down the bottom. You could put your sleeping bag. Or sleeping mat and stuff like. That so yeah first impressions of. This bag I'm pretty impressed with. It just with various ways. I can set this out. This is the only bag I've actually owned with a mail system, so I'm new to that. I've had my other bags for you know 20 years. I just needed to step up.

I needed that extra room in my kit alright thanks for watching a check them out 511 rush. They coming. They come in a 24 and a 72. I forgot to mention the 72 is a three-day pack just zoom in the viewer mind.

Conclusion

Backpacks for hiking, climbing, and snowboarding have differences and their own peculiarities.

Knowing how to pick a right backpack that properly suits your needs is essential to a comfortable journey and sports activity. A backpack that is too small risks not being able to carry all your gear. Too large backpack risks causing back, shoulder, or even knee problems. Finding the right backpack can be sometimes tricky, but is not impossible.