Kompressor Plus 20L Backpack
Whether you're out for a day hike or are tackling a summit after a multi-day approach, throw an extra layer, some water, and some snacks into the Marmot Kompressor Plus 20L Backpack and hit the trail. Its hydration system compatible design allows you to bring along your hydration bladder to ensure you have plenty of water for the day while the gear loops secure your trekking poles when you don't need them. Compression straps secure your load for a comfortable carry whether you've packed it full or not, and the airmesh shoulder straps help you to stay cool on that burly ascent.
- Highly durable yet lightweight backpack for comfort on day hikes
- 20L accommodates extra layers, some water, and plenty of snacks
- Single tool and trekking pole attachment provides gear storage
- Hydration compatible design allows you to be hydrated as you hike
- Removable foam back sheet ensures comfort on your summit attempt
- Airmesh shoulder straps offer breathability on strenuous ascents
- Compression straps secure your load whether it is large or small
- Highly compressible design for convenience on multi-day approaches
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- Q & A
Great Day Pack, Crummy Stuff Sack
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
I bought this bc OutdoorGearLab declared it was a unique stuff sack/daypack compromise. I used it to stuff my sleeping bag on a recent backpacking trip (easily removable foam back). Maybe it's me, but it was awful. The straps seem well designed to cinch down the load as a day pack but were pretty useless trying to get my sleeping bag to a reasonable size - the cheap sack that came w my bag works much better. But, I loved having this as a day pack on our trip. The water bottle sleeves & 2 small compartments (brain + back of pack) made organizing our gear for the day easy. We fit 2 jackets, 2L water, small med kit, few bars, an MSR Windburner stove + ramen no problem, I was also excited this has a hip belt, but the pack was so secure I didn't need it. I'm sure in warm weather I'd wish for more ventilation, but I will definitely be using this a lot on future trips (backpacking, hiking, travel) & do my best to figure out how to make it an acceptable stuff sack (maybe wrap my bear bag cord around it?? buy a pair of straps?).