Rating: 5 / 5
This little daypack has lived up to my expectations. I've only had it for a month but it has proved its excellence both in a backpacking and an everyday life context:
- It's a surprisingly comfortable peak-bagger pack/daypack if you are leaving camp to hike around for a day. I've put up to 12-14 pounds in it. Plenty of space for water, jacket, food, camera, with room to spare.
- Also use as a stuffsack, and then as an around-camp tote.
- Around town: Tiny enough that I can pack it away easily as an emergency grocery-bag tote, bicycle backpack, or dirty-clothes bag. Stash it in a purse or even a jacket/shorts pocket. Sometimes I will even go for a run from my house, ending at the grocery store or hardware store...Then whip out this little bag, buy my stuff and walk home.
- Travel: Looks like it will be an excellent stow-away bag and/or "personal carry-on item" for plane trips.
I think it's too tiny to be used as someone's main pack for backpacking; but someone here is sure to try that anyway!
2.0 ounces after cutting off unnecessary tag and strap ends.
You will have to tie the shoulder straps so that they don't slip under load.