Whether your next adventure takes you to a mountain summit or a foreign city, the Matador FreeRain24 gives you the option to travel light. Made from 30D Cordura fabric with a Hypalon roll-top closure and taped seams, this 24-liter daypack offers waterproof protection for your belongings and packs down small in the attached storage bag—so small, it can fit in the palm of your hand. Stow items in the waterproof main compartment, and for easy access, the vertical pocket and dual side water bottle pockets. Top stabilizer straps hold your pack close to your back for proper balance, while the breathable shoulder straps keep you comfortable mile after mile.
Note: This drop’s base price is for the Matador FreeRain24. At checkout, you can opt for the DayLite16 instead (- $6). You can also add the Droplet Wet Bag (+ $10). Please note that though these products use waterproof materials, they are not intended for submersion.
If you’re looking for a smaller daypack, try the DayLite16. Made from the same 30D Cordura fabric, this 16-liter version features a zippered top closure and weighs 4.25 ounces (compared to the FreeRain24’s 5.5 ounces). Breathable shoulder straps with Cordura-reinforced gussets provide superior strength and comfort, while the stretchable side pockets and zippered front pocket increase storage capacity and improve organization. Duraflex hardware and SBS water-resistant zippers complete the package.
Keep water out or keep water in—the versatile Droplet can be used to protect your sensitive gear from getting wet, or to keep wet gear (like swimsuits or gym clothes) separate from the rest. It has a 3-liter capacity (that’s enough to store a whole outfit), weighs half an ounce, and when empty, packs down into a droplet-shaped silicone container with a keychain attachment.
All orders will be shipped by Massdrop.
Estimated ship date is Sep 21, 2016 PT.
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