Lightweight and versatile, the Pivot Roll Top makes for a great everyday commuter backpack. Reservoir compatible to convert into an easy hike or festival daypack. Weighing in at just 12 oz., there's space for everything you need for a day out in the city, from a secure zippered essentials pocket to an expandable bottle pocket. Made from 50% repurposed materials, removing single-use plastics out of waste streams and giving them new life.
- Easy access roll top with magnetic closure buckle
- Breathable air mesh straps
- Expandable bottle pocket
- Secure essentials pocket
- Internal organizational pocket
- Removable sternum strap
- Made from 50% repurposed materials: This bag equals 11 plastic water bottles
- Compatible with CamelBak reservoirs up to 2L (not included)
Activity: Day Packs
Hydration Capacity: n/a
Hydration Type: n/a
BPA/BPS/BPF Free: Yes
Quick Link Disconnect: n/a
Gear Capacity: 20L / 1220 cu in.
Pack Weight: 330 g / 12 oz
Dimensions: 41cm / 16.1 in x 34cm / 13.4 in x 2.5cm / 1 in
Material: 600D Recycled Poly / 105D Nylon Diamond/ 135D Recycled Poly Oxford Lining
Number of exterior pockets: 4
Rated 5 out of 5 by MuayThai91 from Well made & light This is a real cool looking bag. I bought the olive/green one. I use this bag to go to the gym , it's super nice because it's light even with it's filled with essentials. It also has to my surprise, an area for a water reservoir tube for hydration, not included. I have also used it for bike rides and plan on using it for hikes. It's material I'm not an expert but feels a little like a windbreaker type. It's light and pretty well made.
Date published: 2019-09-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by Mads91 from Perfect size My new everyday bag. Large enough it holds all the essentials but small enough it doesn’t consume my entire back
Date published: 2019-06-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by SPMinCO from Light weight I like the minimalist design and fittings - pockets, straps, etc. I was concerned at first that it has no waist belt, but find that this style is comfortable enough even without one.
Date published: 2019-08-23