Black Diamond Bullet Pack.
Make urban commuting or fastpacking stylish and easy with the Black Diamond Bullet Pack. This bullet pack from Black Diamond is made of tough 420d nylon and 1260 Ballistic fabrics that boast of superb durability and lighter weight. Now, you can keep all your essentials secure and still get to carry them lightly. It is comfortable to use even when jammed full, thanks to its thin but comfy shoulder straps and webbing waistbelt. The front slash pocket of this bullet pack gives you room to store a camera, guide book, or a protein bar. This compact day pack even comes with a 976 cu in. capacity and 16 in. torso fit range. Plus, it is hydration compatible, so you can easily replenish your thirst even on the go. Find a go-to pack for off-trail or high-mileage scrambles in the Black Diamond Bullet Pack.
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The Black Diamond Bullet Pack offers versatility in a sleek, trim pack with excellent rig for off trail or high-mileage scrambles. This Black Diamond backpack features a comfortable addition to your hiking trip with its webbing waist belt, shoulder straps, a front slash pocket and hydration compatibility. Using your Black Diamond Sprinter Headlamp, and Black Diamond Tent you'll never be more prepared for what mother-nature throws at you, unless you're with my friends then you'll need a Black Diamond Half Dome Helmet...long story.
Country of Origin: Imported
Versatility in a sleek, trim pack, the Bullet panel-loader is an excellent rig for off-trail or high-mileage scrambles.
20 mm (.8 in) webbing hipbelt Zipper front panel opening Outer stash pocket Hydration compatible
|Average Stock Weight:||13 oz / 380 g|
|Bottom Width:||8 1⁄2 in|
|Cell Phone Pocket/Sleeve:||No|
|Dimensions:||18" H x 9" W x 4" D.|
|Materials:||Tough 420d nylon and 1260d ballistic nylon.|
|Pack Fabric (Primary):||420D nylon1260D ballistic fabric|
|Padded Laptop Compartment:||No|
|Sunglasses Pocket, Lined:||No|
|Torso:||up to 16".|
|Torso Length:||>16 in.|
|Volume:||976 cubic inches / 16 liter|
|Volume Range:||5-19 liters|
|Black Diamond Bullet Backpack-Green||$49.90|
|Black Diamond Bullet Day Pack||$49.94|
|Black Diamond Bullet 16 Pack||$49.95|
Impeccable construction. Heavy materials. But the bag is small enough that it weighs very little. You can clip this one to a rope and drag it up a wall, or throw it under the seat in front of you in some budget airline. Aside from some dirt, there won't be another sign of use on this bag. It's been a classic for something like 15 years now and it still is. This newest design is one of the best. If I were trying to improve it, I'd bring back the two-layer back panel of 10 or so years ago and increase the size of the zipper on the front outside pocket (it's a little small for my big hands). But those are just quibbles. You need a roughly 1000 ci pack? This is the one. (Though the Arcteryx Cierzo 18 has its moments as well.)
I use this for everything from school, to the gym, to the crag, to trad.
What I carry in it:
13" Mackbook Pro
1" three ring binder
Pens, pencils, eraser
Bike lights, keys
2 pairs of climbing shoes
Brotein shaker bottle
Yeah, this thing does it all! It's pretty small, but it's perfect for my needs. It's super durable (I had to drag it up a slabby chimney on pretty rough terrain, and it's hardly even scratched), the gear loops are bomber, and it's super comfortable/lightweight. My only complaint is that the pocket is shaped kinda weirdly, but it's not a big deal.
The Bullet pack has the bomber construction and attention to detail you can expect from BD. Unfortunately it just didn't fit my frame/shoulders well (5'10"/190) The pack is designed to ride high to stay of out a of a harness's way so keep that in mind. Fully loaded the shoulder straps were always slipping off if they weren't snugged tight and clipped. So if you want a pack to day trip with and kick it around town or run errands with this probably inst it. I've swapped this for an REI Flash 25...which is the best minimalist day pack out there.
I never used this pack. I ordered it to see it in person. I'm going with the Magnum instead. Why? Because has no hydration option, and no compression option. The magnum has both, and it has mesh side pockets. I'm using it for long multipitch climbs so I want water and I think the compression system is the icing on the cake. It may abraid over time, but at least I have the option.