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Arc'teryx Astri 19L Backpack

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    • Iron Oxide

    4 Reviews


    Because life's journeys don't only take place on the weekends.

    Survive life in the urban jungle with help of the Arc'teryx Astri 19 Backpack. It has a sleek, minimalist design for a low-key, yet stylish look that fits in at the office or in class. The weather-resistant fabric repels moisture and taped seams prevent water from seeping in through the cracks so your stuff stays dry when you get caught in an unexpected downpour. An internal strap holds a laptop or documents to keep them from rattling around when you're on the go, and a removable waistbelt stabilizes your pack when you're commuting by bike or escaping the city for a walk in the woods.
    • Ripstop nylon fabric
    • Taped seams
    • Internal strap for documents or laptop
    • Padded back panel
    • Removable waist belt
    • WaterTight zippers
    • Item #ARC000T

    Tech Specs

    N400r-AC2 nylon ripstop
    19L (1159cu in)
    Recommended Use
    work, school, day pack
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    Arc' Astri 19 pack

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I've seven Arc' packs, from the Astri to the Naos and have given two away to family members, so. They don't load the same as other packs, you just adapt to that. But carrying the load? I use the Astri almost daily, alternating w/ their two messenger bags. Computer, clothes, fifteen pounds of groceries, so on. Construction and materials are always of highest quality; one manufacturing defect on the Naos was taken care of quickly and without question. And though we're still awaiting El Nino I've no doubt that the Astri and the two Lunaras will keep my stuff dry.

    Simple, understated, overpriced

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

    I wanted a simple, small backpack with clean lines. This one does the trick. It's Arc'teryx so it's expensive, but also well made. All seams are taped. The AC2 fabric feels very durable. It has a rip-stop weave and appears to be coated for water resistance. There is a stormflap over the main zipper, however the main zipper is not an YKK Aquaguard zipper like the vertical one in the front. Nevertheless it should withstand a fair amount of rain.

    The pack is extremely simple. There is no "structure" to it so other than the foam back it's basically all soft. There is not even one pocket inside, which I miss. I'd like to have something to put phone and wallet in. There is a strap to attach keys to in the front pocket.

    If there had been one pocket inside it would be perfect.

    Arc' Astri 19 Backpack

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    This is now my seventh Arc' pack -- and I've passed two on to my kids. They're all great, but. They work differently for different situations [riding, short backpack trips, long, dayhikes, shoulder bag]; they're not catch-all the way a paper bag is. Which means that, as with the garments [I'm wearing shorts and top now], you have to know how you want to use it and, as with the clothing, that it's designed/fitted the way Arc'teryx intends, not how you think it should fit or work. And they're right. That said, the Astri is of the same material quality, design thought and craftsmanship as ever. Abrasion resistance and water resistance are givens. Quality zippers well-placed, no fussiness or semi-useful features, easily adjustable, sits just right. I ride road and this carries weight comfortably over twenty and more miles; harness/shoulder straps may seem inadequate but that's before you've used it. Laptop, bottles of wine, extra clothing, lock, books, they all go in, though you do have to actively think on the organization. And they're well-protected.


      Excellent material. I have biked with it for over a month, in various conditions (snow, heavy rain fall, etc) and no water has penetrated the pack. The overlay of material on the main compartment zipper is of good design. The mantis green color is super bright, and great for improving visibility of bicycle commuters. I've previously used the Osprey flux daypack with a rain fly, the north face waterproof dayback, and Patagonia's atom sling pack while bike commuting over the past ten years, and the Astri 19 is the best pack I've used.