Customer Reviews Of:
Burton Dayhiker Pro Toxin 28L Backpack
Closeouts. You know that feeling you get when you want to pack up everything and hit some fresh powder? Burton's Dayhiker Pro Toxin 28L backpack knows that feeling, too, which is why it's ready and willing to go along for the ride. It's spacious interior has room for your technology, snowboard, gear, hydration and some extras, all in a comfortable-fitting design.
Reviewed by Biker from Washington, DC on Sunday, July 17, 2016This is very well constructed, comfortable to wear, and appears to be very durable, though I've only had it for a month. However, the pockets seem designed more for daily wear than back country. There is the large main compartment, which has two padded compartments suited for electronics. It's pretty deep, but relatively narrow. There's a smaller front compartment with smaller subcompartments, including pen/pencil holders. And there's a nicely designed small top pocket, which is nice for wallet/phone, etc. Plus two side pockets that could hold water bottles and a small front stretchy pocket. It isn't huge, so not great if you'd like something that would be flexible enough to use for most travel or grocery shopping, for example.