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Sea To Summit Ultra-Sil Dry Daypack - 1343cu in

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    There when you need it, gone when you don't.

    The Sea To Summit carries a full day's worth of gear in water-resistant safety, then pulls an incredible disappearing act: packing down small enough to hang on your keychain. At just 3.2 ounces, the Dry Daypack lets you carry food, water, an an extra layer for a day hike, or extra gear for a laid-back canoe trip. Siliconized Cordura, Ultra-Sil nylon, and double-stitched seams are tough enough for serious adventures, while fully taped seams and a Hypalon rolltop design keep water at arm's length.

    • Siliconized Cordura and Ultra-Sil nylon
    • Hypalon rolltop closure
    • Double-stitched fully taped seams
    • Elastic compression straps
    • Packs into its own pocket
    • Item #STS000X

    Tech Specs

    Material
    [body] 30D Ultra-Sil nylon, Cordura, silicone coating, [rolltop] Hypalon
    Compression
    yes
    Rain Cover
    water-resistant
    Access
    roll-top
    Claimed Weight
    3.2 oz
    Volume
    1343 cu in
    Recommended Use
    hiking
    Manufacturer Warranty
    lifetime

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    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    Our backpacks are great but don't have detachable day packs, so we picked up one of these. We used it on a hike with about 3000 ft of elevation gain to an ice field. It carried a lot! I can't remember exactly what I stuffed it with, but it was something like a pair of pants, a thermos, a jacket, a huge scarf and a bottle of water. It's really very roomy. It's also ridiculously light. The straps are comfortable since they're wide and flat. The interior has a snap you can attach the stuff sack to, making it a sort of internal pocket for keys or cash or whatever small things you don't want to dig for.

    It packs up to be tiny. Drawbacks include: the length of time it takes to stuff it back into its impossibly small stuff sack and, in its packed size, it's so small that you could lose it pretty easily.