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Outrak Ravine Trekking Pack 40L $64.99 (Was $129.99) + Shipping ($0 C&C/ $99 Order) @ BCF

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40L litre capacity
Front zipper provides access to the main compartment and includes a zipper hood
Side elastic pockets for smaller items
Bottom zippered pocket for stashing shoes or dirty clothes
Includes an elastic rope system and webbing loops on the front for trekking poles
Padded shoulder straps, waist band and back system for comfort
Includes a raincover
Inside compartment for a water bladder
Adjustable chest belt

Designed for the avid hiker, the Ravine Trekking Pack from Outrak will be your best mate. Constructed from a ripstop polyester fabric, this pack features padder shoulder straps, waist band and back panelling with your comfort in mind. The elastic rope system and webbing loops are perfect to hold your trekking poles for an ultra convenient way to take a break and sip from the water bladder compartment that sits inside. Featuring front zipper pocket to access the main compartment with a zipper hood and a bottom storage pocket and side elastic pockets, this pack covers all your storage needs. Finished off with an adjustable chest belt for maximum personalisation, the pack also includes and raincover for the unpredictable moments when mother nature takes over.

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  • Whoa BCF have an OzB rep? Cool! Didn't know what!!

  • Free click and collect. Love it.

  • +1

    Would this work as a overhead item on planes? Thinking of doing a bit of backpacking

    • They may make you check it in due to the size.

      • I have a Vaude 32+5 backpack so 37l which I use for overseas travel often as a carry on. 40l should be ok but as no dimensions are listed it and it does seem a little tall/thin not sure..

    • I was thinking the same thing. 40 litre is good for travel with carry-on only.
      I've never had my pack measured. If they did, and it is a bit tall, you can pull the straps to make it shorter.
      Will easily fit in overhead. Or under the seat in front, if not stuffed full.

    • check the height thats usually the thing, even my smaller packs are just slightly too tall

  • Got this 5 years ago https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/321259

    Backpacked all over SEA countries and never looked back, one of the best purchases from Ozbargain.

    Looking forward to going to Europe with it this year and I won't carry check-in bags.

    Does anyone else travel only with one backpack over a month's trip or it's only me?

    • +1

      ditto , traveled 1 month in Europe with only a backpack recently and it was a tad hard but in the end best decision ever. Saved on crazy baggage fees , with Paris metro system you end up transferring between stations alot ,walking and going up and down so so so many stairs it was nuts . There really isn't any lifts so having a backpack worked it well

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