About Outdoor Research Dry Peak Bagger Backpack
Closeouts. Protect your gear as you quickly tag summit after summit with Outdoor Research's Dry Peak Bagger backpack thanks to its lightweight, waterproof design, roll-top closure and comfortable Spacermesh shoulder straps.
Specs about Outdoor Research Dry Peak Bagger Backpack
- Capacity: 1647 cu.in.
- Carry options: Backpack
- Material: Nylon
- Dimensions (HxWxD): 20x11x7.5"
- Weight: 9.2 oz.
- Made in China
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Reviewed by Tomas from Virginia on Wednesday, June 5, 2013exactly what I needed. I'm using this for all-weather cycling, and it has exactly what I was looking for in size and (light) weight. not a lot of padding on the straps, but open and cool and the design is comfortable. I have no need for the ice ax sleeve, but I suspect I'll find it useful in a different way.
Reviewed by Karoozin from Indiana on Friday, March 15, 2013This Backpack is very lightweight. It works great to place things in it and take off on a bike ride or an all day hike.
Reviewed by TC from Cleveland, OH on Thursday, March 14, 2013This is about as lightweight as a backpack comes. Although you can only realistic pack sleeping bag and clothes, this wold be perfect for an ultralighter. Anything more than that and the straps look like they would risk tearing but then again it was not designed for heavy. Being waterproof makes it a plus and it is perfect for family days at parks etc where you need to carry extra jackets, rain gear, hats etc that "dad" ends up carrying for the family.
Reviewed by Hellingbamster from Seattle on Sunday, March 10, 2013Very light, and seems to be waterproof. Two negatives in my opinion, which you might not be aware of until you see it in person:
-no structure on the rear of the pack, which means if you are carrying anything with sharp edges or that is boxy, you will feel it unless you pack very carefully
-no waist strap. Actually hasn't been that big of an issue so far, but I wish the description had mentioned this point.
Other than that, a nice bag. It feels flimsy, but given the weight, it comes with the territory. I use it for bike commuting on days where I don't have a lot of things and the weather is questionable (winter/spring in Seattle).
Reviewed by Happy Girl from Sweden on Monday, March 4, 2013This backpack is extremely light and comfortable to carry, even for a petite girl like me. Been with me to the beach, as hand luggage on flights and as daypack on trips. Very satisfied!!
Question & Answer
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“what is the waterproof rating on this item? can the bag sit is water and not have anything inside get wet. can it be in a heavy rain storm and not have the items inside get wet?”
There are no waterproof ratings for this item. It will keep your things dry in a heavy rain storm. However if the bag is submerged underwater some leakage into the bag can occur where it closes.
“Is this waterproof enough for whitewater rafting ?”
It would be waterproof enough.