Kelty simplified the design of the Avocet so you don’t have to dink around with a bazillion excess straps and floppy pockets.

Pack your things into the Kelty Avocet Backpack. This streamlined technical daypack easily goes from urban to backcountry in a jiffy. Pack your water bladder into the enclosed sleeve, stash some snacks in the top pocket, tighten up the stabilizer straps, and prepare to escape from the stresses of your life for an hour or two.

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4 5

It works

I bought this pack for two reasons. I needed a travel pack that would easily fit in and overhead compartment that was cheap. This met both requirements. It's a classic, top-loader pack without many bells and whistles. I wasn't expecting any additional pockets, or really anything other than what was advertised. The only think I didn't like was the top lid isn't very adjustable. Unless the pack is full, the top lid kind of flops around.
One thing I really did like was the handle located in the middle (as seen in the photo) so you can carry it like a duffle bag.

Does this have a waist belt? And what are...

Does this have a waist belt? And what are it's dimensions?

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yes, it does have a waistbelt. I don't have the dimensions right now. Sorry!