Combine the benefits of a dry bag and traditional daypack. The Monterey’s double-hull construction is waterproof through rainforests, canyons or when hunting for a hostel in equatorial monsoons. You arrive with your gear bone-dry, and get better organization and access to your stuff than a roll-top bag with a single compartment. Use it in dry bag mode or tuck away the expandable roll top and use just the top zippered lid. Zippered pockets on the sides are great for holding wet gear, as they have waterproof construction and drain holes to disperse water.
- Made of nylon, coated with a thin, flexible layer of thermoplastic polyurethane. Heavy-duty nylon in high-wear areas.
- Welded body construction and full seam sealing for watertightness.
- Zip top opening has roll-top closure underneath. Drybag closure rolls down over itself and out of the way for using the zip top alone.
- External top pocket is water resistant.
- Zippered side pockets have eyelet holes to let wet gear drain dry.
- Lightly padded interior sleeve holds a laptop up to 13 inches, plus a tablet.
- Tuck-away daisy chains for lashing on extra gear.
- Reflective print.
|Ideal for||Cycle commuting|
|Main fabric||210-denier nylon|
|Secondary fabric||420-denier nylon|
Padded sleeve fits most
A padded slot to fit electronics or laptops, it may be partially or fully padded on each side.
The location of all access points into the main compartment of the pack.
Torso length is measured from the most prominent vertebrae at the back of your neck (top of shoulders) to the spot on your lower spine that lines up with the top of your hipbone.
|Ventilated back panel||No|
The hipbelt and/or shoulder straps of the pack are designed to move, pivot or flex to follow your body’s movements. Each brand uses their own technology.
Size restrictions vary among airlines. Just to be sure, check with your carrier for their specific restrictions.