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  • Hydration bladder compatible
  • Expandable stash pocket
  • Organization panel;Crushproof SafeZone compartment for sunglasses, smartphone and other fragile gear

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Color:Black
  • Package Dimensions : 17.8 x 9.02 x 3.31 inches; 1.45 Pounds
  • Item model number : 32028931
  • Department : Mens
  • Date First Available : July 20, 2015
  • Manufacturer : Thule, Inc.
  • ASIN : B01254S7CG
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Reviewed in the United States on November 9, 2016
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5.0 out of 5 stars LOVE THIS BAG ! Truly high quality and very slim profile and weight.
By Adam on November 9, 2016
LOVE THIS BAG ! Truly high quality and very slim profile and weight.

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THULE:

Ok, Thule is a company that really cares about outdoor enthusiasts, understands real-life needs, and listens to feedback. That's demonstrated in their products.

All Thule packs are well-constructed, durable, light weight, and very smart designs. All of their current bags feature the "SafeZone" pocket (a hard shell protection), with plenty of room for sunglasses & phone. And, all of their bags seem to have dedicated electronics pockets. But not all packs are equal...this one is really for outdoor excursions, not the ideal choice for school or urban use.

This model (EnRoute Triumph 2 Daypack) is a very smart pack - under 2 pounds, has multiple pockets and storage nooks, high quality zippers and snaps, handy security pocket, and more. It provides 1,282 cubic inches of storage.

OUTDOOR PACK:

You should know up front this is an outdoor pack - a daypack for hiking (solo, or with the family), for trips to the beach, for skiing/snowboarding, mountain biking, light camping, things like that. For example, it *barely* fits a standard sized 15.6" laptop - ok for occasional use, but I wouldn't want to haul around a laptop every day in this pack, the corners could get bumped.

Don't get me wrong, this is a versatile pack, you can use it for anything you want. But if you're looking for an urban/city pack, or a school backpack, there are better options. Read on...

OTHER STYLES:

For work or urban use - try the Paramount Daypacks. They are more designed for electronics, books & paperwork, etc. Plenty of room for your laptop, extra padded compartment.

For high school or college - I would recommend a Thule Crossover Daypack (versatile - use as a school pack, and also for a weekend or overnight bag). Or the Thule Paramout Daypack.

Finally, the Subterra Daypack is an interesting option to check out for urban, work, school, that can dub as a weekend bag. It's extremely versatile with lots of amenities and plenty of padded compartments for electronics.

AMENITIES:

The EnRoute Triumph 2 has a nicely padded back, with air channels, to keep your back cool. And the shoulder straps are well-designed, they don't dig.

The Enroute Triumph 2 has got a chest strap but no belt strap (for small packs I prefer a simple belt strap, for a little extra support, and so the backpack doesn't flop around. But companies seem to be getting away from that, especially on smaller packs like this).

Unfortunately you have to choose between hydration pack and laptop - there's only 1 slot. But outdoor daypacks aren't really designed for laptops - there's plenty of room in here for hydration pack + tablet + phone, with lots of room left over.

If you want to skip the hydration pack, there are 2 side pockets for water bottles (or other things). It also features an outer easy-access flap, your SafeZone hard pocket, a security pocket (perfect for wallet & keys), lots of loops and clips for compass, sunglasses, or even strapping on a bedroll or yoga mat. The main compartment has 2 small pockets, a medium pocket, a large pocket, and a clip.

SIZE & FIT:

1282 cubic inches is a good size for a daypack. I have a generic "oversized" backpack I use at the gym (11x14x7), which "appears" much bigger, because it's got one large compartment. But it's actually about 15% smaller (1078 cubic inches vs 1282). It's all in how you use it, and taking advantage of the pockets and pouches in the Thule.

This entry-level Thule EnRoute Triumph 2 is plenty of room for a variety of outings, encourages minimalist planning, and keeps it light. I've found with some smart packing, it will fit the entire contents of my 2-child diaper bag, and is plenty for our beach essentials or a day hike with the kids.

The fit is great, too. Adjustable and very versatile - it fits me (an oversized 6 ft frame), my wife, *and* my 5 yr old daughter. It has lots of adjustments, contours the back, and feels fairly weightless when wearing it. It is rare for a daypack to fit a large person comfortably (I've got a wide frame and big shoulders). But it fits fine. As I said, Thule put a lot of attention into fit, comfort, and quality.

OTHER OUTDOOR PACKS:

My favorite outdoor Thule daypack is the Thule EnRoute Escourt 2 Daypack - just a few dollars more, has hip belt, and about 25% larger. I love hip belts on daypacks.

However, the Escourt may be too big for many people (such as a mom on the go). I suspect most people would fine the EnRoute Blur 2 Daypack a perfect fit, with just a bit more space & versatility than the EnRoute Triumph 2.

PRICE:

Thule currently offers 14 options for daypacks, with prices ranging from $59 to $149 (everything in their product line is under $150...the Departer 23L has an MSRP of $59 but it's currently on Amazon for $54.50 with free shipping). Those are great price points for technical packs. I was snooping yesterday at the local Northface, REI, and Eddie Bauer stores ...and most of those daypacks ranged from $129-$229, for comparable quality and features. So Thule is definitely offering competitive prices.

Even at Target, I saw a very basic JanSport backpack going for $45 in a back-to-school event. If you're going to spend that kind of money on something that will barely last a year, do yourself a favor - invest an extra $10 or $20 on a nice Thule (which is going to last longer, fit better, and have better storage to make your life easier).

If you're not sure what you're looking for, the Thule web site has a pack-finder tool that's easier than sifting through search results on Amazon. Go find the packs that suit your needs, then come back to Amazon for the best deal.

BOTTOM LINE:

Great outdoor pack. This is one of the smaller, entry-level packs for Thule, but still has loads of features. If you're looking for a school, work, or urban pack, this might not be the pack for you - check out the options I mentioned, or the Thule web site, then come back to Amazon for the best price. "
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