Exactly what you need for an epic day of off-piste snowboarding.
The Burton Day Hiker Pack holds just enough gear for a quick pre-work tour or the occasional duck-the-gate ride outside your local resort. With cush shoulder straps and an ergonomic back panel, this pack carries comfortably as you hike ridges and float fresh powder. Put your shovel and probe in the main compartment along with your hydration bladder (not included) and get after it. The vertical carry system holds your snowboard securely as you boot pack to the goods. Stash your MP3 player in the media pocket so you can play your theme song while you take face shots. **DISCONTINUED**
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Luv the backpack <3 graphics are sickk too
It was a toss up between the Burton day hiker 12L or the Dakine Heli-Pro... Im very happy with my Burton choice as it is the right size and the graphics are pretty sick also...
The Dakine was a tad larger but Im 5'3" petite so the Burton was the right length and fits just the right amount of stuff... very useful up at Mt Hood this summer!
i'm thinking of getting it and also using...
i'm thinking of getting it and also using it for school, does it have a pocket that could hold a 15" laptop?
where do you put the blatter and where...
where do you put the blatter and where does the hose come out from?
The bladder goes in the main compartment against the back panel and the tube should come out by the top of the shoulder strap and down the shoulder strap in a zippered sleeve. Cheers.
the pack was a gift for my son...he loved it except for the fact that one of the pockets i believe,were supposed to be fleece lined and it wasnt.he already spoke to one of your reps..who said they would credit my card for the shipping,which he was satisfied with.other than that,he loves the pack.used it in vermont 2 weeks ago. thanks for your serv.
Good Day Pack, Bad Backcountry Pack
Overall a good small day snowboarding backpack, but not very good for hiking or backcountry because its not big or strong enough.
At first this bag looked like a toy in a happy meal compared to what my thoughts of it were! But after putting it on, loading in a few sammy's, some chips, my hyrdopack, goggles, g/f's under armor, my stash of snacks and strapping my board to it, I was impressed. I'm 5'5 150lbs and thsi bag fits perfect. Perfect for it's purpose, and I even rock it around campus cause it's so bad ass looking!
One thing tho... I couldn't find the "fleece: liner for the goggles... appears to me there is a misprint of the word fleece in the description.
Great little Pack..
Buy yourself a bladder for this guy and you're good to go. Kinda small, don't expect to put too much stuff in there, but perfect for a few snacks and when adding a bladder, great for keeping you hydrated all day. plenty of stash pockets in it.
does this thing have the hydro pack that...
does this thing have the hydro pack that goes through the strap for quick access ??
inside the strap or thru loops on the straps...it has one of those
This thing is perfect
It is definitely on the small side, but that's why its awesome. As its name states, this is for short day hikes. you don't have to lug around an enormous pack. I can just strap my board to it and go! It fits snug, and it fits my hydration bladder too. great buy!
I'm 6'2'' 230lbs and this bag was a little too small for me. Nicely made basic construction, good for carrying a couple small articles or one medium size piece of clothing. Definitely would have kept it if it were a little bigger.