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Old 01-22-2009, 02:29 PM   #1
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small daypack/backpack

Hey guys, I'm looking for a small daypack to use while on vacation, just to hold necessities (wallet, phones, etc) x 2, plus camera, camcorder and maybe a bottle of water and a light jacket.

Any recommendations? MEC website seems to have some decent ones. Which size in Litres would be a good size?
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Old 01-22-2009, 02:44 PM   #2
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You could try coast mountain and get one of those camelback things. Just take out the water container inside =]
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Old 01-22-2009, 04:24 PM   #3
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No, he's looking for a daypack.

And this belongs in the Fashion and Shopping forum. Check out this thread for some extra information and insight provided by members who have travelled extensively or simply perform a search in the Fashion and Shopping forum for more threads.

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Old 01-23-2009, 09:06 AM   #5
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Thanks bcrdukes =) Seems like they're discussing more of a fullsized daypack in that thread, but some good insight nonetheless.

lol and no, not looking for a murse/man purse. I'm looking for a small pack that will be good enough for a minimalist (and the wife) on vacation.

Good idea on coast mountain, I need to go to Richmond Centre today anyway, so I'll check it out then.
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I have a small Camelback backpacks that I use. Like Inaii mentioned, I just took out the water pack/bladder. The one I have looks like this.

It's small enough that I can carry a few things in it (essentials and a light jacket) but not overly huge like a regular daypack/weekender.

Mine is a few years old, and picked mine up from the REI outlet for about $60 a few years ago. (when I was living in the US)
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My wife has one of these and it will do what you need if you're just carrying things like phones, wallet and maybe some water.

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^ I used one of those MEC one sided slingbags throughout my trip to asia, and mexico... it wasn't too bad actually... not the most fashionable, but meh it did the job
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