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DaKine Mission Pack

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DaKine Mission Pack

Next time you head for the hills to enjoy a day of snowboarding or skiing with the crew make certain to pack all your essentials in the Dakine Mission Pack. Constructed using 100% PVC-free 600D polyester, this daypack is durable, versatile and stylish, and can withstand any number of daytrips. In case you want to bring the laptop, too, for downloading sick video post-ski and snowboard session, the Mission offers enough space to carry most 15 inch laptops. Once you figure out what you want to bring, get it all organized with a fleece-lined goggle pocket, organizer pocket and plenty of space within. And for the summertime, the Dakine Mission Pack is perfect for lugging shoes, extra layers, gloves, lunch and other essentials for a day of shredding at your local freeride mountain bike park.

  • Material: 600D polyester
  • 100% Recycled PET (Fremont print)
  • 100% PVC free
  • Planet friendly
  • Padded sleeve fits most 15 inch laptops
  • Vertical board carry straps
  • Fleece lined goggle pocket
  • Organizer pocket
  • Fleece lined sunglass pocket
  • Padded waist belt
  • Dimensions: 21 x 11 x 8 in, 53 x 28 x 20 cm
  • Volume: 1500 cu in, 25 liters

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5 Star Rating

Reviews - DaKine Mission Pack

5 Stars JayjayE - 2012-12-20

Great for what it is
I've used this pack multiple times through multiple airports and long trips. The adjustable "tension band" thing for water bottles is great, and that compartment zips up nicely when not in use. The opposite compartment is great for a compact camera, and has the soft lining. The behind-the-neck compartment is fine for glasses/goggles, but I usually clip on a hard case to one of the straps. Main compartment storage size is fine, when filled up I can still cram it under the airplane seating in front of me. Zippers move pretty smoothly, if you're in a shady 3rd world country, I suggest something to fasten the zippers. Dakine does sell a cable lock thing. That might prevent fast hands. Took this pack to mostly hot humid places, and has held up fine, didn't get too sticky on the sweaty back. The lil adjustable chest strap thing helps out a log in preventing slop.

5 Stars PaleRider - 2012-06-02

Nice Sack
The best part about this pack is how well it secures to your body. A great attribute for highly physical activities because it moves with you. Took a decent fall while climbing and it stuck to me like glue. I actually bought this pack for around town EDC, but it has become a favorite to take to the hills for short outings as well. The pack is very low profile so I don't feel like I'm pulling a trailer as I do with most packs. Gives up some capacity to accomplish this, but still holds my winter parka, gloves, hat, laptop, socks, medical kit, granola bars, and water bottle. in the main compartment. The other compartment is fairly shallow but holds a couple spiral notebooks and I use the organizer for pens, flashlight, leatherman, bic lighters and phone. Keep a couple contractor trash bags, some para-cord, bandana and a roll of 1" gorilla tape in the zippered compartment. I only have 2 complaints about this bag. They are more a reflection of my needs than the bag because the bag is a solid build and design. First, the side pockets are a little small. I use one to hold extra mags, one for a couple Israeli bandages, and one for my sunglasses. The fleece lining is nice. Just wish they were a little bigger. Or at least had one big enough to hold a water bottle. Secondly, I wish the zipper pulls were a little larger. The size and design may or may not fit your needs, but it's quality design and build. I should also add very comfortable.

5 Stars ChrisNYC2CHI - 2011-05-18

Lots of pockets, good padding
This is a great backpack for every day use and travel. There are tons of pockets on it. There is decent padding for your netbook (a larger laptop won't fit in) and a good amount of compartments for pens and other things. The amount of straps on it can get a little obnoxious if you don't intend to use them. When you "strap in" this backpack feels very secure and sturdy. I like the depth of the backpack as it is more compact and stylish unlike some deep puffy backpacks. For capacity reference, I fit 8 loose red bulls, 2 cans of soda and a 6 pack of sam adams bottles and the main compartment was full but not over-stuffed. The fleece lined compartments are a nice touch. The backpack advertises that you can strap your snowboard to it, but I don't think I'd use it for that purpose ever.


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