You say it has a hydration top, what size bladder can be fit inside? and is there easy access to it once the pack is being worn?
Haven't used yet. Find it a little odd that the inner pocket for the bladder has no tube access, just have to zip the zipper around the drinking tube, which isn't a problem. The front pocket has a tube hole if you have an insert that is short. Comfortably fits an emergency kit, a waterer for my dog, a light lunch, and a thin jacket or cardigan. Key clip in front pocket is convenient and secure as well is small card pocket on strap for ID or anything that size....
Texsport Lightweight Daypack
- Carry everything you need on your next hike or trip with a backpack from Texsport
- Daypacks are constructed of lightweight but rugged polyurethane-coated ripstop nylon
- Camping and outdoors gear features a top-loading main compartment
- Mesh airtech back system and padded shoulder straps
- Sternum strap and padded waist hip belt with mesh pockets
- Top front pocket with headphone port and waterproof zipper
- Low front mesh pocket
- Four compression straps
- One hydration port on right top
- Multiple tool attachments
- Available in 'Firestorm' orange/black and 'Fusion' blue/black color options
- Capacity: 1220 cubic inches
- Measures 18.5 inches deep x 11.01 inches long x 4.92 inches wide
|Dimensions||24 x 12 x 8|
|Manufacturer Warranty||1 year Limited Manufacturer|
|Model Number||06402, 06403|
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Haven't used yet. Find it a little odd that the inner pocket for the bladder has no tube access, just have to zip the zipper around the drinking tube, which isn't a problem. The front pocket has a tube hole if you have an insert that is short. Comfortably fits an emergency kit, a waterer for my dog, a light lunch, and a thin jacket or cardigan. Key clip in front pocket is convenient and secure as well is small card pocket on strap for ID or anything that size.Read More
I purchased this backpack for short trips and I thought it would be a little bigger than I imagined. Overall this is a good backpack and I recommend to anyone.Read More
The pack looks and feels flimsy. We are going on vacation in a week and wanted a larger and more supportive pack. It is bigger than my old one, but not as sturdy. We bought different pack and will use this one only fo short hikes.Read More
Wish we had bought second! Perfect day pack. Lightweight, water resistant, and we chose bright color for safety. Plenty of room and nice comfy straps.Read More
I bought this to walk the mile to work each day and it's excellent. The pack is so light I barely feel it and there's so much room. I love the different compartments all over the bag. I'd definitely recommend buying this. :-)Read More
This pack was purchased specifically for the hydration port and the small size. It's roomy enough to store a handful of energy bars, small medical kit, and extra climbing pro that isn't required for the lead climber to carry. For mountain biking it fits a few layers of clothing, extra tube, patch kit, and some misc tools for a long hard trail ride. Fit's a 2 liter bladder, and with the straps it fits snug and close to the body so as not to interfere with a full range of motion. Seems fairly durable, attractive to look at, and adjustable to fit many body shapes and sizes. Good deal.Read More
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Hello jhoad86, unfortunately this item is out of stock. We currently do not have inventory to check, and cannot guarantee the item will be restocked. I attached the link below to some others that you might like. Please let us know if you have any further questions. http://www.overstock.com/Sports-Toys/Daypacks/19671/subcat.html
How many ounces ofwaterdoes it hold?
Thank you for your question. This only has a hydration top not a hydration bladder. Have a great day!
What is the product weight?
The shipping weight is two pounds, which is very close to the item''s actual weight.
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