Foregoer Ultralight Packable Daypack

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Finding an EDC pack with that “just right” balance of capacity and weight is no easy feat. Once you start looking into bags big enough to carry all of your gear, they usually end up being uncomfortably bulky.

The Foregoer backpack, with its spacious 25L capacity, versatile compartments, and ultra-light nylon construction, is not like most bags. The minimal hardware and nylon fabric on the Foregoer don't just keep the bag lightweight, either. Its shell happens to be resistant to wear and waterproof as well, ensuring the safety of your gear in poor weather.

When you're not using the bag, it folds up easily for self-storage. It packs down so small and weighs so little that it can be worth it to carry along in another bag or in your luggage when you travel. The Foregoer pack is available in two sizes (25L and 35L) to suit your carry needs at the link below.

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Good to see a lightweight pack that is weatherproof too. It is advertised as being 'waterproof' on the advert, but doesn't say what head. At this price, if it can hold off a heavy shower, fair dinkum.
The term 'ultralight' is bandied about with abandon these days, and it may help readers to know that this particular sack (25L version) is 0.48lbs or 218g.
Folded it is 9" x 7.5".
Open it is 12.6" x 15.7" x 9"
It has adjustable shoulder straps with a mesh inner for grip. No waist belt. Come on, what do you want?
An outside front pocket, one big cavern inside with a little passport type sleeve too.
It's even got two waterbottle holders.
Looks great value to me.
PS Most reviews on Amazon are very favourable. Only one gives it 1 star, complaining that "A moth later after purchase and the zipper breaks." Lepidopterans attacking metal - whatever next?