daypack


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day·pack

 (dā′păk′)
n.
A small, lightweight backpack.

daypack

(ˈdeɪˌpæk)
n
a small rucksack
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After reading John's article I went out to the gunroom and emptied my overweight daypack I carry hunting on the floor.
Bring sunscreen, a daypack, lunch, snacks and plenty of water.
Being prepared for your hunt requires an understanding of your equipment--and a reliable, dependable daypack is among the most important pieces of gear in your arsenal.
Nothing says "greenhorn" more effectively than carrying your own daypack while riding a horse.
But then, It has an expandable daypack built inside when you need the extra space.
The detachable Alpine Lid" has two pockets and two accessory straps for daypack carry.
But lately he's suggesting a refinement on the concept: a fold-up daypack like the Eagle Creek packable daypack.
The Gamegetter is an all-purpose, hydration-compatible daypack.
The survival expert's website now includes a disclaimer that states: "Please don't apply unless you are able to maintain a steady jog for 25 minutes, exercise without stopping for 90 seconds, trek for one hour in trekking boots carrying a 20lb daypack and be a competent swimmer.
The new backpack features leather straps and a laptop sleeve, and functions equally well as a hiker's daypack and a urbanist's carrying case.
0 A TOP-OF-THE-RANGE lightweight aluminium frame carrier with leg-secure straps and five-point harness, sun hood, zip-off daypack, nappy changing pad and a hydrationready compartment.
An ultra compact daypack with pared down features offers a useful way to carry up to 20 litres of kit for short walks in the hills.