So, you’re going to be exploring a new country and commuting from one activity to another. Usually your main bag isn’t suitable to lug around on the daily, so you’ll need something light and portable. You’ll need a bag that can carry the stuff you need for the day’s adventure: water bottle, snacks, maybe a guidebook, camera, a towel if you’re going to the beach. That sort of thing. You need a travel daypack.
Airlines usually allow for two bags as carry-on and your daypack can act as the smaller of the two. In the airport, your daypack stores your laptop, passport and other things you might want to keep close on hand. If you’re checking-in your main bag, then your daypack can become the carry-on bag.
Let’s get to know the Below7 Daypack:
- It packs into itself so can easily be stored as a compact bundle inside your main bag when you’re on the road.
- With 20L of capacity it’ll fit everything you need for a day of adventure while your main bag stays in the hostel or hotel.
- There’s three compartments and side mesh pockets for water bottles, so you’ll be able to keep everything organised.
- At just 200grams, you’ll barely notice that it’s there.
Simple and flexible. The Daypack lets you travel even lighter when you’re out and about.
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