5 out of 5
March 02, 2012
I take this on all my hikes and backpacks. The window is convenient and the one way valve is good for letting air out and saving space. The 10L is perfect for storing rain gear, first aid, extra socks, gloves, hat, pack towel, headlamp, sunscreen, bug repellant, and headlamp.
These are great!
May 17, 2011
So after not knowing which size to buy, I finally opted for the 20L and it was much larger than I was expecting. Plenty of room for clothes, towel, food, whatever you would need for a day or maybe even a light over night packing. You won't fit a sleeping bag in there, but clothes and other personal items would fit no problem. I also have a 10L bag which is great for smaller items, food, or a few clothes. I haven't tried to stuff it, but it's great for a day trip. I haven't submerged these under water, but they have gotten wet on the outside and everything inside remained completely dry. I like having the see-thru window too. It's foggy, but easy enough to see what's in there. Great bag for the price.. I wouldn't hesitate to buy more of these.
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July 20, 2009
I really liked the bag. We've only used it once so far, but it works nicely. It keeps our stuff dry and the see-through window is nice too, so you can see where stuff is located in the bag.
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