Eastern Mountain Sports Boda 40 Conversion Pack

Priced: $119.00 Rated:   - 5 stars out of 5 by 1 review.
Eastern Mountain Sports Boda 40 Conversion Pack
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Black / Dark Ash
Black / Dark Ash
Black / Dark Ash
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Black / Dark Ash
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Eastern Mountain Sports Boda 40 Conversion Pack - Designed with user feedback, the Boda 40 utilizes a dual-opening for better organization and a large main compartment that accommodates boots and helmets.

Country of Origin: Imported


  • Padded backpanel with padded shoulder straps and a waistbelt for comfortable portage
  • Top and side padded handles are easy to grab
  • Padded structure protects gear and stiffens sides for easy organization
  • Front organizer pocket with sleeve for documents, zipped mesh pocket, padded pocket for electronics and a key fob


  • Cinch straps snug down your load


  • One large main compartment with a burly lockable zip access


  • Shoulder straps and waistbelt can be tucked away to prevent getting snagged in the luggage carousel


  • Weighs just 2 lb. 12 oz.
  • Secondary compartment on the lid perfect for folded items, accessible internally
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Carry-on Compatible:Yes
Dimensions:21 x 13 x 8 in.
Pack Fabric (Primary):630D oxford nylon, 840D ballistic nylon
Padded Laptop Compartment:No
Removeable Daypack:No
Type:Travel pack
Volume:2500 cu. in.
Weight:2 lb. 11 oz.

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Eastern Mountain Sports Boda 40 Conversion Pack Review:


Work to Play to Airport

I was constantly going on short business trips at destinations that I also wanted to take advantage of the beach, a trail or a crag. My business suit could be exchanged for my outdoors clothes easily and the suit put in the roller carry-on bag, but what do you do with a roller bag at a climbing gym, crag, a trail or the beach?

This bag solved all my problems. I can pack my climbing shoes and harness or trail shoes and shorts right next to my meeting handouts. There is even a solid pocket to store my smartphone when I leave the conference site and head outdoors. There is also a nice separate compartment for keeping dirty trail clothes away from the work clothes and hopefully reduce dry cleaning needs.

I also like that's a balance between being conservative and sporty.
SuburbanMountaineer at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 08/08/2013