Sea to Summit Ultra-Sil Day Pack (20-Liter)
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- Packs down small so it easily fits in pockets, purses or luggage
- Simple, streamlined design making it light and low-profile (2.4 ounces/68 grams)
- Siliconized Cordura for strength and durability
- Bar tack reinforced stitching on all stress points
- Two-way zipper closure
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|Item Dimensions||5.91 x 10.63 x 19.29 inches|
|Shipping Weight||0.18 pounds|
This bag is great as a summit pack, for carrying groceries, or as an extra traveling tote. When packed into the attached mini stuff sack, it's easy to take anywhere. It is strong, yet compact and light; a must have for everyone from backpackers to moms.
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I guess if you were slightly less concerned about space, you could get a slightly larger stuff sack for it, and you'd still have the benefit of the light weight. This backpack is amazingly light!
I was concerned that it would be small or impractical to use, but I filled it with a jacket and some heavier stuff and it worked just fine. As expected, it has no structure, and it lacks all the little different pockets and features you get with a regular day pack. So, this will never replace my regular day pack, of course. But it's perfect if you won't need a day pack the whole day, and you want to put it in your pocket when you aren't using it. Examples might be to keep your jackets in it early in the day when it's warmer, and then in the evening when you are wearing the jackets, the pack just goes in your pocket. Another example would be to put it in my wife's purse when we go to a street fair or other shopping expedition. If we end up buying a bunch of stuff, we can put it in the backpack instead of carrying everything, and if we don't buy a bunch of stuff, then the backpack stays in the purse.
Overall, I'm very pleased with it.
I wouldn't say that it's water proof, but I've had it out in rain the past two days and to my surprise, my stuff stayed dry. It wasn't raining very hard, so I can't speak to how well it'll hold up in a downpour with no additional rain fly or umbrella, but it's been my experience that very few of the things I've bought in the past that talk about being "water proof" are actually totally water proof.
Wish I had one of these before now. But it's going on my next trip next month!
When compressed there's a snap-tab that you can attach a keychain ring onto. I put the keychain ring through this tab and it's carabine'd to my bag. I put the small cinch cord also through the biner for redundancy because if the snap came un-snapped, there goes the bag.
As for size, it'll easily fix some groceries, a spare pair of shoes and other additional gear in the large solo compartment. It seems fairly durable and the shoulder strap is a couple of inches wide, so even if you have a bit of weight it stays fairly comfortable. I wouldn't necessarily want to use it for extended periods of time weighted down, but for short trips, it'll work well. (The shoulder straps have some limited length adjustments.) I also would not recommend keeping anything sharp or pointed in it. While the fabric seems pretty durable, I wouldn't risk it against sharp objects.
I'm tempted to pick up another one to have in the car or keep permanently in the suitcase for travel, especially for the price.