About DaKine Mission Ski Backpack
Closeouts. Whether on a mission to shred the slopes or trek to your next class, this Mission ski backpack from DaKine is ready for the job. It allows for vertical carry of your snowboard and features an internal padded laptop sleeve for when it's time to get academic.
Specs about DaKine Mission Ski Backpack
- Pack material: Recycled PET
- Frame type: Internal
- Frame material: Molded foam
- Pack loading: Top
- Laptop compatible: Yes
- Laptop compartment fits up to: 15"
- Snowboard carry: Yes
- Recommended use: Daypack,Snowboarding
- Dimensions: 20x14x9"
- Pack capacity: 1530 cu.in.
- Volume liters: 25
- Weight: 2 lb.
- Fits torsos: 16-22"
- Made in China or Vietnam
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Pigletsnuffles from NYC on Wednesday, November 16, 2016Using it as a GO Bag in my tiny NYC apartment. Gradually stuffing it with essentials as I come across them. Lots of pockets and it is pretty comfortable, even when I fully stuff it with things. 5'4" tall woman (with a long torso) and it seems like a good length for me and the waist clip clips about 2" below my bellybutton. I am debating training my 60lb dog to sit in a backpack so I can take her on the subway. I am considering if this is the bag for such adventures. My mind is not yet made up on that one but it is not durability that gives me pause. The gray camo color is just lovely and my Piglet is both white and stinky so I dont want to mess it up!
Reviewed by Billy from Ohio on Thursday, February 25, 2016Great bag. I use it for my laptop, but will definitely take it boarding. Bought my sister the same bag in a different color, she will be using it for class and carrying her long board.
The only problem I have, is the hip belt straps get in the way a little. Not too much to make this bag not worth the 40$.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by KJ from Washington on Thursday, February 18, 2016My daughter loves the color/print/size; uses it daily for junior high. Its big enough to hold all her stuff, but less bulky than her previous pack. Her school doesn't have lockers so the kids are expected to carry everything from class to class. Only time will tell if it will survive the day to day but appears solid.
Lacks a water bottle pocket (all the side pockets zip shut) and the the front pocket is too narrow (depth) to hold her lunch separate from her books (an inconvenience when she has to get her binder out for each class)
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Ollie from Colorado on Saturday, February 28, 2015Sturdy pack that might be good for schoolbooks for a tall person. I'm a woman at 5.3" and it is much too long for me. The belt rides too low on my hips and the chest strap is too far down. I cant raise the pack because the neck strap is in the way. The pack sits uncomfortably on the back and the built in handle between the strap rubs my neck. I was wanting to use this on the slopes but its way too uncomfortable. If you are wanting a pack for the trail look elsewhere, but I think this wold work for a larger person for a school bag. I am going to return it and look for something with better straps and a hydration port.
Reviewed by Shoegirl from Denver on Tuesday, September 3, 2013From the description in the reviews, I thought this was a small back pack with a surprising amount of room inside. It is actually a big backpack with surprisingly little room inside. I need a little backpack that has a hip belt and sternum strap--this did not fit the bill. I am returning it.