Reviews of Burton Day Hiker (04/05)

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Versatile, comfortable and fully functional.At home in every situation, the Day Hiker™ is the final word in pack versatility. When the weekend warriors invade your resort, escape to the backcountry for a powder-poaching safari. The vertical board carry leaves your hands free to scramble up sketchy areas and hydration compatibility lets you swill on the go. When the call of the wild turns into the screech of the city, features like a sound pocket and removable CD sleeve keep you armed and ready for the urban jungle.Volume: 29L/1,770 cu. in.
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    5 of 5,  "Bag it up"  20/06/2012 @ 12:52
Price Paid
10 USD
Bought From
Win Snowboards
Times Used
2-5 Times
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You can now stow your lunch, camera, sunscreen, goggles, gloves etc in this backpack. The size is just right and can take a lot of gear. Quality is super and Burton has offered a lifetime warranty for the life of the bag. Featuring both a chest and waist strap, and when both cliped in you can feel the weight come off your shoulders. Another feature is the plush goggle pouch which you can use to store your mobile phone. Aside from the snowboarding purpose, you can use this bag as a carry luggage when you fly. The 2012 Burton Day Hiker Pack is a great quality bag from the brand you can trust.
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    5 of 5  28/11/2004 @ 23:57
Price Paid
Bought From
Gart's Sports
Times Used
6-15 Times
Review Detail
It's a pretty nice backpack. Has padded straps and back. Can fit all sorts of wonderful stuff. Has zippers. And pockets. And straps. Many features. Has a fancy Burton logo upon it, and it looks like it should be worn. If that helps.
Secret hole that has no use or function
Can fit hydrations system
Many pockets, both large and small
Has some strangely textured bottom for something
Good backpack for the amount of money it cost
Looks pretty killer in black
Has board carry straps, two, so it won't knock you in the noggin
May eventually die over many decades of use
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A Jansport with a rubber tire for a bottom, I guess
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