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Ultimate Direction Fastpack 25L Backpack

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    Fastpack 25L Backpack

    If you've ever felt held back by a pack's performance (or lack thereof), then the innately adaptive construction of the Ultimate Hydration Fastpack 25 Hydration Pack will most likely impress you. Designed to conquer mountain biking, hiking, running, or evening skiing, the Fastpack 25 features a can-do design. Starting with its large front storage system, the Fastpack easily accommodates water, phone, maps, glasses, or snacks, while the slid rail sternum straps provide an entirely adjustable fit. The trekking pole loops keep your stabilizer sticks secure when they're not in use, and the synthetic material assures ample breathability, without sacrificing durability. 

    • An adaptive and versatile pack for biking, hiking, or skiing
    • Bevy of storage for snacks and maps
    • Durable, yet breathable fabric for your convenience
    • Daisy chains provide additional lash points for gear
    • Trekking pole loops stabilize walking sticks
    • Item #ULD002A

    Material
    MonoRip mesh, 100D Robic nylon, PowerSpan
    Volume
    29L (1782cu in)
    Support/Suspension
    InfiKnit Harness
    Hydration Compatible
    yes
    Access
    roll-top
    Pockets
    2, side, 1 stretch mesh, 1 front
    Compression
    yes
    Dimensions
    [small/medium] 25 - 40in, [medium/large] 30 - 48in
    Claimed Weight
    1lb 3.43oz
    Recommended Use
    running
    Manufacturer Warranty
    lifetime

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    >Rating: 5

    Great for Sweeping Hearts...and Courses

    Familiarity:
    I've used it several times

    Is that a directional marker in your pack or are you just happy to see me? Those aren't mutually exclusive... The Fastpack 25 lets you slip in marking flags, wooden stakes, and previously-shed clothing right next to your bladder. After the first 15 minutes of turning around quickly to see who is following you, you realize that's just the flags whispering in your ear. Because you forgot about your load. The FP25 holds on to you tight and makes sure to flow with your motion and not bounce around awkwardly. You can stay hydrated with sips from your bottles, perky and high on your chest. There's plenty of room under them to stuff flagging in the pockets or keep your phone handy for documenting your exploration. Need some protection? There's a zipper pocket in the back to keep your toys safe and secure. Two side pockets and a larger back pocket outside the main pouch give you options to air out any sullied accessories. Don't be shy, give the FP25 a try.

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    >Rating: 4

    Nearly Perfect

    Familiarity:
    I've put it through the wringer

    I've gone through several small, lightweight packs looking for a great day-hiker as well as one that could be used for one day alpine climbs such as Mt. Hood in Oregon. This pack fits the bill 99.9%. The front strap water bottle pockets allow me to leave the hydro bladder at home. It has carry loops for ice axes and enough space for gear and a small rope. The roll top allows you to expand or reduce capacity as needed. The only thing keeping it from being 100% or 5 stars are the stupid roll top buckles. They are one way buckles meaning they only click together one way. So if you've got the opening rolled up and it is not aligned, you either have to do another roll or unroll to have the buckle correctly lined up. Not a deal breaker by any means, but I can't figure out why they would ever consider using that type of buckle. Otherwise, it is pretty much perfect. My goal is to see if I can get everything in it for an overnighter--then I would truly have achieved ultralight status :-)

    >Rating: 4

    Solid running pack

    I use this pack for my daily commute and any extra miles I might do on the way. I average between 5 and 11 miles a day with a change of clothes, lunch, and laptop. I’ve also used the pack on a 24 hour Adventure race as well as several bike rides. The pack is exceptional for running holding everything in place with room to spare. I’m not a fan of using the pack for biking as it tends to shift around and not sit quite where I’d like it. I also find the fit a bit off with a bit more slack in the shoulders than I would like, I’m 6’4” and 190lbs wearing a M/L. I’ve also had some issues with the stitches that attach the small front pocket, but UD said it was covered under warranty I just