Ethnotek Setia 20L Backpack - Women's
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Different from the rest.
Ethnotek doesn't mass produce bland-looking backpacks—it's a company that sets itself apart by designing highly functional bags that are built to last and incorporate traditional textiles woven by artisans from around the world, giving each bag a one-of-a-kind look and feel. In terms of design, the Setia 20L Pack is Ethnotek's smallest and simplest pack with a convenient top-loading design, zippered side access point, and built-in rain cover to keep the bag dry whether you're exploring the markets of Guayaquil or wandering remote trails that weave through Giant Redwoods in Sequoia National Park. A side pocket and zippered top lid keep small essentials easily accessible and your go-to water bottle on board, while the padded shoulder straps keep the pack comfortable during your travels and everyday activities.
- 840D ballistic nylon
- Water-resistant fabric
- Top-loading design with zippered side access
- Front handmade textile panel
- Top lid pocket
- Side water bottle pocket
- Padded shoulder straps
- Built-in rain cover
- Item #EHN0003
- Q & A
Pretty decent EDC
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
I use this pack daily to carry my odds and ends. Visually the bag is fantastic! Slim, sleek, no excessive straps. The material is thick and has stood up to my abuse so far. The top zipper pocket is easily accessible and is large enough for your wallet, phone, sunglasses, and keys. The main compartment is accessible through top loading draw string or double zipper side. The lap top sleeve easily holds my Mac book pro and is nicely padded. The side expansion pocket is a bit snug. For reference a 20 oz “smart” water barely fits if you have anything loaded in the main compartment other than paper work. The shoulder pads are well cushioned and the lumbar pad support hits you in the right spot. I really like the hidden pouch for the rain cover. A little velcro and it would make for a great stash pocket, but that would have to be a home DIY modification. I also wish it had a frame support. If anything is stored in the top pocket the bag slouches a bit. A couple minor tweaks and this bag would be perfect.