Drifter Travel Pack
Drifter Travel Pack
Drifter Travel Pack
Drifter Travel Pack
Drifter Travel Pack
Drifter Travel Pack
Drifter Travel Pack
Drifter Travel Pack
Drifter Travel Pack
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Drifter Travel Pack

  • Everyday : Covert
$169.00
(5 Reviews)

The newest addition to the Drifter line stands on its own as a super durable and highly functional pack for the modern nomad. The exterior is constructed of a durable and water-resistant 450-denier nylon ripstop TPU-laminated face with a durable water repellent exterior and interior. With an array of features designed to balance convenience and comfort, the Drifter Travel Pack is built to be an uncompromising companion in the overhead bins of business flight or tucked away at your feet on an Alaskan puddle jumper.

Product ID: #80030
FEATURES & SPECS
  • External Stretch Mesh Side Pocket: Easily stow necessities for all your endeavors.

  • Internal, stretch lycra-bound storage compartment: Gone are the days of loose chargers floating around in your bag.

  • Zip-secure and padded laptop sleeve: Effortlessly tuck your laptop away on business flights and other adventures.

  • Top and side padded handles: Strikes the perfect balance of being durable while also highly functional.

  • Imported

Product Comments

5 Reviews
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Bryan R.
Reviewed On 08/10/2021

After viewing Jack Carr's podcast with John B., I had to look into this. Initially, I am liking it very much! Size, design features, fit, finish, no worries. On top of that, it arrived in a timely manner, properly packaged. Flying to Idaho in a couple of weeks; hoping for the best.

Megan G.
Reviewed On 07/13/2021

Really not thrilled, but not totally disappointed. Purchased looking for a daily commuter for work at the hospital with hope for Sitka quality & durability, but the interior could use a touch more thought in my opinion. I appreciate the idea behind the zippered mesh divider in large compartment, however, I wish the zipper was not smack dab in the middle... It limits the amount & size of items that can be carried. Secondly, it decreases ease of access if trying to reach something quickly due to the direction of the exterior zipper for same compartment, & inconvenient access point to items behind mesh divider. Ideally, if the divider zipper ran the full inner edge of the mesh divider, inside exterior zipper, this would allow easier access from the top in travel/use with both zippers at the top to open wider, & potentially make the mesh divider optional when not wanted/necessary. (Biggest pet peeves is divider not being optional...) I also wish the single pocket inside largest compartment had a zipper to keep items from rolling out if the bag gets turned over or if items are heavy & slide out when opened. This drives me nuts! Haha! Lastly, I wish the bag had exterior flat loops like my timber pack in order to optimize ability/versatility to attach things if necessary.
Overall, I do like the bag. Quality of materials & durability seem to be as expected. Comfortable to carry. I appreciate the exterior zipper design for largest compartment to allow bag to be opened flat! That's great for visibility when space is available to open all the way. However, the bag is really just ideal for use as strictly a carry-on or overnight travel bag, in my opinion. Not so much an all around super versatile backpack for multi-use... Hope to see a re-design with a few tweeks in the future.

Zach Miller
Reviewed On 03/25/2021

Thing holds more than you would imagine!

Michael Saulsbury
Reviewed On 03/07/2021

Great backpack! Definitely not meant to be a school backpack, but works amazing for traveling. Very happy with my purchase!

Adam
Reviewed On 08/20/2019

Awesome pack for weekends! Very well thought out for organization.

Just curious on how many liters it is... Would be useful to include in product description.

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