Customer Reviews Of:
High Sierra Pack-N-Go 2 15L Backpack in a Bottle - BPA-Free
Closeouts. Two incredibly handy pieces in one! High Sierra's 15L backpack in a bottle allows you to stay hydrated and transport your things on the trail, at the gym or wherever your adventure takes you. The bottle is made of durable, BPA-free composite and stores neatly in one of the two side pouches on the backpack. The spacious ripstop pack has a large main compartment with a clip for a hydration pack and two air mesh straps for comfort.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Desert Hiker from CA on Thursday, July 20, 2017I have this packed in my closet ready for a spontaneous hike. I LOVE IT. It is super light, and comfortable. The bottle holders are large enough for a big Nalgene style, and the bottle it comes with is very light. I always spill bottles when they are inside the bag, so this is perfect for carrying enough hydration in our desert area. The first one came with a broken strap clip, but the next one was perfect. I still give it a 5 star rating.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by bought em from ohio on Wednesday, March 15, 2017Bottle with a back pack in it that has a pouch for the bottle. Great for keeping in a vehicle or stashing for use as a day pack.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Camping Friend from Layton, Utah on Saturday, April 30, 2016I purchased 2 High Sierra's 15L backpack in a bottle and gave them to students who did extra chores. One student I asked said she liked it but would have preferred a pack with more pockets.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Kashmom from NC on Wednesday, April 20, 2016I was unable to get the backpack out of the bottle! I had to return it. Looked like a nice, lightweight bag.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by mtangler from PA. on Wednesday, February 24, 2016Pack in a bottle should tell you that the pack has to be very light weight made from material that can't be very thick or stiff. The pack has a draw string top opening which allows you an easy access to every thing packed. It is the right size to throw a light jacket, camera, EDC pouch, inside along with two bottles of water makes for good light weight day grab and go pack!! The down side is the shoulder straps are very thin and light weight material. I'm going to be watching these to make sure they don't tear out..
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Fred Bar from Florida on Saturday, February 20, 20161) There's a tent hanging outside at the bottom.
2) Each bottle pocket has a 32 oz gatorade type drink and a smaller 20 oz bottle (those side pockets are huge)....yes I know, but it is a total of 104 oz for 2 full days and one night. (I super-hydrate with coconut water before starting and after). I put them inside chips or gum bags (washed many times and sun-dried to prevent attracting the bears) which have aluminum foil inside but turned them outside to partially reflect the sun.
3) What's inside? 1) A Sea to Summit compression sack with: Kelty 41 degree bag, a Sierra Designs 800 dri-down hoodie plus socks/underwear and t-shirt 2) A Hyalite 2/3 inflatable pad 3) A bunch of toiletries and accessories 4) A REI Regular Size Bivy 5) An inflatable Alps Mountaneering pillow 6) An Outdoor Products 5 x 7 tarp 7) A metallic sheet for the floor, guylines and stakes. 8) Food: 1 Dinner: Vienna Sausage/Beans/Salmon pouch - Pop-up style, 2 Lunches: A couple of 40 oz protein and a variety of granola bars and nuts for breakfast
4) Downside? While pulling the straps to tighten the tent at the bottom, both sides partially separated due to the fact that the straps are of low quality (they barely move) and it is really hard to cinch them down.
5) You get a Nalgene type bottle