Allen Pagosa Daypack, Realtree AP (1600 Cubic Inches)
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- 19"x13"x 6" main compartment
- Hydration ready, holds 2.5 liter blader (not included)
- Quiet zippers, waterproof fabric
- Mesh front pocket, and bungie tie-downs hold more gear
- Waist belt adjusts to 54", shoulder straps have mesh ventilation
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Allen's Pagosa Daypack in Realtree AP camo has 1600 cubic inches of capacity inside the 19" x 13" x 6" main compartment. This hydration ready pack also features quiet zippers, waterproof fabric, and plenty of storage and organization so you can always get to the gear you need, when you need it. The padded shoulder straps have mesh ventilation to keep you cool, and the adjustable waist belt and sternum strap keep the pack stable and comfortable on your back.
Top Customer Reviews
. At tbe zipper it overlaps it self (tas all weather bags ive ownded due) so i dont see any imidet issue. There are three mesh pockets on the outside, a spyder web pocket outtside ( great for rain poncho). One med/small zipper pocket outside, hold my pelican case just fine ( phone, wallet, keys, ext) inside main pocket there is nothing. You have the spot for your bladder and then just the big space us old book bag kids are use to. Store the stuff you may need or the stuff youll use after the kill. My food gos in the cargo pockets outside.
Update 7-3-2014: Manufacturers don't take pride in their products anymore. This bag is a complete waste of money. I guess I expected too much for what I paid. But I figured it's advertised as waterproof, so waterproof it is......NOT! Just got home from walking in pouring rain for 2 city blocks and all my contents are soaked. Maybe I just have bad luck with waterproof items but this isn't the only item I've had fail in the "waterproof" department. My Merrell boots also failed......yep, you guessed it, advertised as waterproof as well. A pair of Vasque "waterproof" hiking shoes failed almost immediately after purchase a few months ago after doing some light gardening...... maybe I don't really understand the concept of waterproof!? or maybe the Jersey rain is so acidic it eats through waterproof membranes!? Nah, I'll go with my opening remark...."Manufacturers don't take pride in their products anymore".
Yes, I agree that it could have more pockets, but it really isn't necessary if you just plastic-baggy some of your gear.
I wouldn't hesitate to recommend this.