By Peter Tranter
You will be seen with this hi-visibility, quality backpack and whilst not always the deal clincher when using whilst paddling, it is a huge bonus to be seen particularly in these coming winter months.
It’s rated at class 3, which means it can be temporarily submerged without the contents getting wet and that works perfectly fine. basically you chuck your stuff in, roll the top down, clip it up and off you go.
So it’s an all-rounder really, perfect for a variety of uses and not paddler specific but a great addition for when you do go paddling due to that class rating and the very fact that is obviously splash proof etc.
One nice big compartment does the job of storage and there is a smaller zipped inside pocket for the smaller items. It’s very comfortable to wear too. There’s also a D ring and attachments loops for additional lighting etc plus two handy mesh side pockets for quick to grab items.
Overall, a quality backpack, ideal for keeping your camera, phone, spare set of dry clothes and wallet etc dry while kayaking or paddleboarding.
- Roll-top 100% waterproof backpack – Class 3 – IP66
- High Visibility PVC tarpaulin so can be seen day or night
- Floats safely if dropped in water
- Top carry handle
- Ventilated back panel with air-flow design
- Adjustable waist strap and sternum strap with emergency whistle buckle