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Why We Like The Juno H20 30L Daypack
The Juno H20 30L Daypack is a choice companion for hikes where we'll be on the trail all day. This pack is spacious enough to carry a day's worth of snacks, extra layers, and our just-in-case necessities, all while housing a three-liter hydration reservoir in its own dedicated pocket.
- Dynamic 30L daypack for all-day treks and overnight stops
- Ventilated suspension back panel with moisture-wicking mesh
- Sternum buckle has a magnetic clasp and hydration hose clip
- Included hydration system carries 3 liters in a dedicated pocket
- Bungee closure trekking pole attachment points on front panel
- Sunglasses stow on shoulder harness keeps shades secure
- Item #GREZ063
- Responsible Collection
- [body] 210D Honeycomb CryptoRip nylon, 420D HD nylon, [bottom] 420D HD nylon, [lining] 135D polyester (40% recycled)
- 30L (1831cu in)
- VaporSpan back panel
- Waist Belt
- Hydration Compatible
- zippered sleeve
- Reservoir Included
- 3D Hydro (3L)
- 1 zippered front, 1 stretch mesh front, 2 stretch mesh sides, 2 zippered hip belt
- Trekking Pole Carry
- side straps
- Weight Capacity
- 20.5 x 11 x 8.3in
- Claimed Weight
- Recommended Use
- hiking, trail, travel
- Manufacturer Warranty
- limited lifetime
What do you think about this product?
March 29, 2021
- I've used it several times
- True to size
- 5` 6"
- 135 lbs
I got the daypack to replace my 18 year-old black Gregory daypack that didn’t have mesh side pockets for holding water bottles. Otherwise I still love the way my old Gregory daypack fits. First, I was drawn by the color and love the orange. The mesh pockets are perfect. What I didn’t know I was getting - an awesome hydration bladder. It is easy to disassemble and clean. It has an easy close valve to prevent dripping from the mouth piece. There is a magnet close to the mouthpiece that is held by the small magnet placed on the chest strap clip. Then I discovered a tiny bungee type cord that conveniently holds your sunglasses on your shoulder strap. And there is thicker, soft material that was used as a divider in an outer pocket that is nice, but not sure why it’s there. Then there is an outer stretch pocket that is good for stuffing stuff that you may need to grab or stow when getting cold or too warm. Storage pockets on the hip straps are nice for things like lip balm that may be needed on a hike. Possible cons: I am unsure about is the strength of the material. It feels less strong and resilient than my other pack, so time will tell. My old daypack has the main sack and a side zipper for one other pocket. This new one has a lot more compartments. I don’t know if I will like that as much. Again time and adjusting how I do things will tell. Finally, I wish a waterproof cover would have been included. I live in the Pacific Northwest with weather conditions that are ever changing.