daypack


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day·pack

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

daypack

(ˈdeɪˌpæk)
n
a small rucksack
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The detachable Alpine Lid" has two pockets and two accessory straps for daypack carry.
The pack also includes a removable daypack with a 3-D mesh back panel, two side pockets and two-liter Source hydration bladder.
Lightweight Daypack Provides Ideal Protection and Quick Access for Compact Cameras and Tablets
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.
Even a medium-sized daypack works just as well as a bipod for a fore-end rest, and sometimes works better, especially when camo-patterned.
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.
Tenders are invited for Armasuisse purchasing on behalf of LBA (Armed Forces Logistics) in several tranches, the luggage set 04 consisting of an effect bag, a clothes bag, daypack and carrying case with spare material for the Department of Defence, Civil Protection and Sport (DDPS).
This versatile 8-piece offering combines lightweight long-lasting upright luggage, soft and rolling duffels, a messenger bag and a daypack, all in one matching collection.