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It’s designed as a men’s travel trek pack that carries like a comfortable backpack. The 80-liter Waypoint, coupled with the included detachable daypack, make this the ideal pack for a simple two-week trip into the woods or a year-long gap year trek around the world. It’s durable, well-designed and packed with features and plenty of room for quite literally everything you’ll need for any type of trip.
A zip-off, foam padded gender specific adjustable harness and fixed hipbelt directly connected to a LightWire peripheral frame
Comfort adjustable harness can slide either up or down using the window as a fit guide to locate your proper torso size
A dual lockable zippered front panel provides access to the main compartment
Dual foam padded sidewalls work in conjunction with the StraightJacket compression system to protect contents and stabilize loads
Lower/sleeping bag compartment
Removable sleeping pad straps
A key component in the latest redesign of this pack is the addition of the fully featured Port Day Pack, a removable daypack with an innovative Port Window tablet access. This zippered sleeve features touch-sensitive film that allows tablet use without removing it from the daypack.
… and it’s all packaged in a nylon shell that’s designed to carry up to fifty pounds, but weighs less than six pounds.
Bonus: it’s also available as the Wayfarer 70 (in Garnet Red or Slate Grey) with women’s-specific hipbelt and harness.
Pricing + Availability
Available now in Slate Gray or Highland Green for around $280 (USD) from Amazon.