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NOW: £50.00 RRP: £115.00

NOW: £50.00 RRP: £115.00

Product Code: 62210008

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Great for hillwalking or weekend trips, this fully-featured daypack combines contemporary styling, vibrant colours, and Macpac comfort and dependability. The adjustable and dynamic AirFlo harness with Flexi-fit has been constructed to stimulate ventilation while providing optimal load transfer. The size makes a Torlesse pack easy to pick up and pack away for a weekend trip, and the sturdy construction ensures that they're up for much more than a weekend as well.

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Product Features

  • Weight: approx 1500g
  • Volume:
    • Size 2: 35 Litres
    • Size 3: 40 Litres
  • AirFlo load-carrying system with shoulder and hip stabiliser straps and sternum strap
  • Hydration compatible with hydration port and bladder sleeve
  • Lid, underlid and front pockets, side water bottle pockets
  • Storm throat
  • Ice axe/walking pole loops
  • Side and underlid compression straps

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2 Customer reviews for this product

Whats happened to Macpac? Below par offering.
Reviewed By Gareth, 14 Aug 2013

Recently tried on the Grey Macpac Torlesse 35 size 3 (40 litres) in store. I only had 5kg of weight in it, walked around the store for a few minutes and I could already feel my shoulders begin to ache through the straps. Surely the weight should be evenly distributed on to the hips throught the hip belt? But the Torlesse 35's hip belt appears too flimsy for my liking to do this efficiently. The Macpac Tekapo 35 of the early noughties had a solid hip/waist belt and did the job briliantly. Whats happened since then?

As mentioned by the previous reviewer, the internal frame feels too flimsy as well. I know its only 40 litres but it needs to be stronger than the thin plastic offering here.

On the plus side the outer material for the torlesse and the zips are solid and the raincover in the top lid is welcome. But overall this does not make up for a below par internal frame and hip belt. I expected better from Macpac. What a shame.



Robust, 'bomb-proof' design!
Reviewed By Nick, 17 Feb 2013

I've owned a couple of the bigger Macpac rucksacks for twenty years, and both have accompanied me around the world in all sorts of different environments and conditions. Both have been fantastic.

When the time came to buy a 35L daysack for daily commuting, running and family days out a couple of years back, Macpac were not widely available and I opted for an Osprey Atmos 35 (see review). After two years of Osprey use, I purchased this new design and have not looked back. The 'clip' system on the main compartment minimises issues with Zips getting broken or letting in damp, but require greater organisation before loading the bag. The material is as tough and waterproof as traditional designs, and it comes with an excellent waterproof storm cover. My criticisms would focus on the stiffened external plastic 'frame' which does not offer the same support as the more technically elegant Osprey designs, and a lack of pockets on the hip belt.

That aside, the bag is a tough 'bomb-proof' rugged design, with one external zipped pocket (with a proper storm cover lip). I suspect that the Macpac will outlast the Osprey by many years, and will cope with heavier loads, but will not quite be as comfortable. Your choice depends on your ethos to design and load-bearing needs.