What size do I need?
The Backpack has a 25 Litre capacity. This is enough to carry a 17" Laptop, a change of clothes and a small lunch.
The external mesh pockets will each hold a 2L water bottle, magazine or tripod.
The lashtabs on each chest strap and main bag are enough to carabiner on a bicycle helmet or pouch.
|Volume||1526 cu in / 25 litres|
|Colour||Black with Hot Orange Lashtab surround|
|Materials||210D PU-Coated Fabrics Taped Seams|
|Weight||Bag: 20.5oz / 580g
Back support/seat: 3.6oz / 101g
Waist strap: 1.2oz / 35g
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Review by Gear Institute, added 8/8/13: Dream GearThe San Juan might not have the rapids of the Grand, but you still need drybags. Enter a new line of water-keeper-outers from Aquapac, including the 2-, 4-, 8-, and 13-liter Drysack; 40L/70L Upano Waterproof Duffel, and 25L Wet & Dry backpack. The 40L Duffel worked perfectly for one of our most prized possessions: toilet paper (which, with eight along, we needed plenty of). Simply roll down the top closure and fasten the Velcro strip and Fastex buckles. The only knock against it and the larger 70L was that you lose a little space rolling the closure up enough to reach the Velcro fastener. The 25L Wet & Dry Backpack also proved a hit, especially on the hike up to the swimming hole at John’s Canyon. Made from a tough TPU nylon outer, with waterproof, taped seams, it handled all the abrasive scrapes we could dish out while slithering up a crack to get to the traverse to the pool. It fit six beach towels for shivering children afterward, as well as a few brews for the escorting parents. Mesh side pockets fit water bottles and a camera, while an interior, lightweight roll-down dry storage sack inside (combined with the outer material’s roll-down closure) let us separate wet stuff from the dry, and kept everything as dry as the ram bone the kids found in an alcove. The only knock: the hip belt was a bit hard to fasten. Move the receiver buckle more to the middle, will ya?
Review by video review by Kai Sackmann, added 7/8/13: I'm looking forward to many, many more tours with the new backpack family!http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iw1pn0SwXV8
Review by Sarah Outen, London2London: Via the World, added 5/28/13: I take it everywhereMy Wet & Dry backpack is my favourite and I take it everywhere.
Review by Steve Keeble, Georgia, USA, added 5/28/13: Great insurance for the outdoor photographerThanks for a great product! I used your backpack to carry about $4,000 worth of camera gear, jacket, water bottle and lunch while fishing each day in Alaska. I fished through rain storms and even fell in the stream once....everything stayed dry. Great insurance for the outdoor photographer. Best of all...the camera can be accessed quickly when photo ops arise.
Review by Luke Short, Tennessee, USA, added 5/10/12: by far the best quality"My Aquapac wet and dry backpack is by far the best quality river bag I have ever had."