£35.00

 £35.00

 £35.00

Product Code: 62110082

Colour:
  • Terracotta  /  Slate Grey

Size:

1
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Whether out for a day's climbing in the Dolomites or negotiating your way through Heathrow, there's room for all your survival needs. The front zipped pocket allows quick access to those essentials.


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Product Features

  • Weight: 740g
  • Capacity: 18 Litres
  • Organiser pocket and security pocket
  • Large mesh side pockets
  • Helmet holder loops
  • Sternum strap with whistle 
  • Hydration compatible
  • Ventilated back

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5 Customer reviews for this product

 
Excellent value
Reviewed By Michael, 19 Jun 2013

Id been looking for some time to replace my daysack but found most lacked a good number of pockets and places to store stuff so you end up with a jumble at the bottom of the sack. This rucksack has a useful pocket at the top and place for everything else too and enough room for a waterproof etc. The best thing, compaired with the daysack I replaced, is the comfort. I also like the fact that its not plastered with logos. And finally I think its very good value for such a robust, well made sack. All round Im delighted.

 

 

 
Super Day Sack
Reviewed By Robert, 02 Apr 2013

Bought this rucksack from Cotswold about one month ago. Must say I am very please with it. Overall good quality. More straps than you can shake a stick at. Compression straps useful for holding waterproof layer when you get to hot. Useful pockets, one in the top, front pocket and inner pockets. Comfortable to wear, with chest strap and a basic waste strap if you have anything heavy. Highly recommended

 

 

 
The best comes in small packages
Reviewed By Huw, 22 May 2012

Bought this little sack with the help of the team in Manchester. Have used it for skiing, walking and scrambling; it is now my main day sack. It has survived many a big tumble on snow and ice and doesn't show a mark. The side pouches; front-slit and top pockets are perfect for storing the camera, Muesli bars, sun-glasses, solar block etc. My walking axe is a bit heavy for it, though it carries two walking poles easily.
Its a neat ergonomic fit on ones back and doesn't cause any sweating. Just my age does that!
I thought it may have been a bit small, my Winter sack is 30L, but it can carry my waterproof jacket, leggings, water bottle and lunch quite admirably. It weighs nothing empty too.
I have taken off the waste strap, for me it's not necesary and the chest strap is too high, so I don't use it, bear in mind I am fairly big 6'2". Neither are important as its only a light sack. I love the whistle in the buckle :-)
If I were doing more technical stuff than scrambling and skiing, then the chest strap may be limiting for me.
That said, I love this sac and reccomend it as a Spring / Summer day sac, for scrambling and for skiing.

 

 

 
A Small Compact Day Sack
Reviewed By Christopher, 20 May 2012

Let me start with saying that the main compartment of this bag is quite small but at 18 litres it is still big enough to fit in your daily needs.

I use this bag for bouldering and to take my lunch to work and for these 2 purposes it is perfect.

I can fit my 0.5l flask and 1l water bottle inside along with my guide book, chalk bag and packed lunch. On the outside there are plenty of hoops for hanging your smelly climbing shoes off - I also clip my hardshell onto the side.

Inside there are two seperate pockets as such, I use the small one for my guide book as it is only thin and the main for all of the kit mentioned above.

Inside you will also find loads of places to put keys, phone, wallet, brushes (bouldering), torches and any other small bits you may have.

All in all its perfect at what it is - a small daysack with a very high spec!

 

 

 
Great running backpack
Reviewed By niall, 18 Aug 2011

Loads of pockets. Great straps to secure across the chest and waist. good internal divider to seperate your gear and plenty of pockets for walletts, keys, MP3

 

 

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