FlyLow Trash Pack - Day Backpacks: Reviews

Nov 1, 2010
Outside Magazine
FlyLow Trash Pack - Day Backpacks: Reviews

   Photo: Shana Novak

Good for Backcountry
Scrap—not Trash—would be more accurate: This 2,196-cubic-inch daypack is made out of leftover bits of sailcloth. It's a cool story, but it also makes sense: The fabric is remarkably weatherproof and durable. The rest of this streamlined pack is equally clever. Aluminum stays lend just enough support for a full day's load; the back-panel zipper lets you access the main cargo pocket conveniently without having to remove your skis; avy gear stores in a zippered diagonal pocket on the back for quick access; and there's a waterproof stash pocket for your gadgets. Sorry, snowboarders: No strap for you. 3.5 lbs;

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