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Women's All-Conditions Waterproof Day Pack
Item #: XQ503916
This technical women's day pack will keep your gear dry so you can hike in all kinds of weather. Waterproof fabric, a roll-top closure and taped seams in the main compartment seal out moisture so you can concentrate on the trail ahead.
- Weight: 2 lb. 1.6 oz.
- Capacity: 1,373 cu. in.; 22.5 L.
- Dimensions: 22"H x 10"W x 7.5"D.
- Built from super-tough 210D TPU-coated ripstop nylon.
- Shoulder straps, back panel and hip belt feature perforated EVA foam for comfort.
- Waterproof YKK zipper.
- IPX6 waterproof rating – repels rain, snow and mud (not intended for full immersion in water).
- Main compartment interior seams are taped and sealed.
- Waterproof roll-top closure on main compartment keeps your gear dry.
- External "shove-it" pocket with drainage holes allows quick access to a jacket or other essentials.
- Two large stretch-mesh hip pockets hold keys, phone or other necessities.
- Two elastic mesh water bottle pockets.
- Top compartment includes pocket with double-seal zipper for quick access.
- Side compression straps keep your load stable and also can be used to secure other gear.
- Dual ice axe loops can also be used to secure trekking poles.
Women's All-Conditions Waterproof Day Pack is rated out of 5 by 3.
Rated 4 out of 5 by eac98 from Great backpack! I ordered this backpack because I have back problems and carrying things is difficult for me. The hip strap is very supportive and helps to take the load off of your shoulders (and the strap has really great little pockets -- perfect for a phone or a pack of gum). Plus, it's cute (the colors are great)! I wanted a backpack with hip straps that wasn't too large, and this pack fits the profile perfectly. The only problems that I have are: (1) the small pocket on the top of the backpack doesn't open easily (the zipper doesn't work very well) (2) If you're using the backpack as more of a school/work backpack, it's kind of difficult to put things like binders and folders in the main compartment because the "bag" style extends pretty high up (so that it can be rolled and clipped). I expect this isn't as much of a problem if you're hiking and just stuffing things like jackets into the main compartment. Definitely would recommend!
Date published: 2018-07-14
Rated 4 out of 5 by NJMANH from dry and comfortable The main body of the pack kept everything dry at the tail end of Hurricane Lane in Waimea Canyon (near the "wettest place on earth"), Kauai, Hawaii. Fit was very comfortable (I'm 5'2", 123 lbs., wide shoulders, narrow hips). Pockets on the waist strap are slim and stretchy and didn't interfere with my normal arm swing (as do bulky waist strap pockets on many other backpacks), but they are mesh--not waterproof at all. The body of the pack includes a wide, flat pocket on top which does not open wide (zipper is only on one edge, and there are no gussets), so if you fill it, you'll have to pull everything out of it before you find what you need. Contents stayed dry, but it works best for only a few small items. The main compartment is tall and narrow and accessible only from the top--best for only a few bulky items. The main compartment would have to be emptied to retrieve small items from the bottom. The large outside pocket has a single drainage hole towards the bottom and is also tall and narrow, opening only from the top--best for a rain jacket. The side pockets hold water bottles in place pretty well if the straps meant to narrow the depth of the pack are placed over the water bottles. If these straps go between the body of the pack and the water bottles (as packaged) the water bottles fall out of the pockets very easily when leaning forward to grab rocks or branches while hiking steep or slippery terrain. (I prefer stainless steel water bottles to bladders since water quality from them is better, and they are much easier to keep clean over the long term.) I can pull the water bottles from the pockets without removing the pack, but have to remove the pack (or get someone else) to put the water bottles back in the pockets. Additional small, easy access waterproof pockets, including places for keys, cell phone, and snacks, would be useful.
Date published: 2018-09-14
Rated 2 out of 5 by Sunny09 from Waist strap is too big I have 27" hips and the strap on this doesn't adjust to be fitted enough to offer any substantial support. I'm really disappointed because overall I love this bag. But it doesn't seem worth it to keep it.
Date published: 2018-06-04