Arc'teryx Aerios Daypack

Priced: $108.95 - $109.00 Rated:   - 5 stars out of 5 by 2 reviews.
Arc'teryx Aerios Daypack
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Arc'teryx Aerios Daypack -
When a day of hiking is all your schedule can handle, cover more ground with your essentials stuffed inside the Arc’teryx Aerios Daypack 10. This breathable, lightweight, and close-fitting pack complements your hardcore, maximum-mileage hiking style, while it has plenty of space for your hydration bladder, lunch, and rain shell.

Comfort:

  • Spacermesh shoulder straps circulate air so your shoulders stay comfortable under pressure

Features:

  • AeroForm backpanel maintains the loaded pack’s shape while it supplies cool air to your back
  • External bungees compress the pack and hold a wet or bulky jacket
  • Elasticized hip-belt wears on the waist or higher on the abdomenso it doesn’t bounce around during rocky scrambles
  • Reflective blazes are visible to hooligans driving too fast on forest roads at night
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Arc'teryx Aerios Daypack Reviews:

Reviews:

I've used this thing all over the place, from kicking around Hawaii, to long day hikes, and plenty of mountain biking. Despite being so thin and light, it's held up well through low branch encounters, sketchy descents and being overstuffed for carry-on. The back is way more vented for riding then anything else I've encountered. I'm impressed, I got rid of my camelbaks, and use this as a solution to many problems. As a side note, I use this to carry my DSLR and lenses pretty regularly, and have never had any issues.

oransom at Backcountry.com on 09/10/2011

If you're looking for a fantastic day pack, I'd highly recommend the Aerios. There's plenty of room inside to hold your gear, and the stretch mesh panels are good for holding everything from water bottles to digital cameras.

joh3852277 at Backcountry.com on 06/20/2010