The Wanderer is a Hiking Day bag with Hydration Sleeve. And it is ready to carry your gear to a National Park or to your local hike. With an internal volume of 20 L, it is big enough to carry your hydration reservoir and essential gear, but also small enough to feel like a jacket on your back. You can access the lower front pocket quickly or you can pull out the rain cover to make sure everything stays dry. Side mesh pockets are conveniently located on each side to carry extra water or snacks. The pockets on the waist straps make sure you have everything handy.
A day bag is a small backpack designed for day hikes lasting no longer than a few hours. As the name implies, day bags are the smallest members of the backpack family. They typically range in volume from 1200 to 2500 CU.
A day bag is a lightweight, portable backpack that you can use for short periods. They’re lovely for touring a new city or returning to a place you’ve been before. It is common in modern English to refer to a tiny, lightweight backpack as a day bag because it is just large enough to carry materials for one day’s worth of activities.
Outdoor activities that require more gear than you can carry in your pockets for the day require bringing a day backpack to keep everything organized. There are various functional differences between daypacks that may appear to be the same at first glance.
In the future, these suggestions can assist other solo travelers in preparing ahead for safe ways to store and protect their personal belongings such as their passport, ID, and cash while on the road. Read more about it on our post on day bags.