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Caribee Pursuit Daypack - Olive

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More Information About Caribee Pursuit Daypack - Olive

  • External Dimensions 50.00 x 34.00 x 24.00 cm
  • Weight 0.90 kg
  • Volume 40.00 L
  • Warranty 1 Year Warranty
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With it's Action Back Extreme harness system, the Caribee Pursuit stands out amongst other day packs when it comes to function and support. Whether crossing the vast expanses of the Australia outback or tackling the extremes of the urban playground, we all expect the very best from our equipment. Caribee's new day pack collection helps you make the most of the everyday grind or adventure lifestyle.

  • Action Back Extreme harness system
  • Dedicated audio pocket with cord port
  • H20 Compatible with hydration bladder (optional)
  • Organiser panel
  • A4 compatible
  • Utility pockets

Customer Reviews

  • “Pursuit backpack. Great bag, use it for school, fits everything.”
    martin b from belmont, VIC, Australia
  • “Nice backpack, slightly cheap zippers. I really like this backpack. It's replacing an old, old backpack that i had that was a tough one to replace, since it was so great. This does just that, though, or comes really close to it. The pockets hold a lot and are well thought out. It has a lot of little features that you only notice after using it a couple of times. Only thing i haven't liked so far is the quality of the zippers. Considering what you pay for [good] backpacks these days, you'd hope to have a higher quality zipper than what's on this caribee daypack. It feels a little cheap and "sticks" on the zipper line from time to time, when i try to zip it or unzip it. I think this might improve with use, but for now, it is a minor annoyance. Still, i'd recommend this bag!”
    Lelia T from Malvern, VIC, Australia
  • “In pursuit of the perfect back pack. After some initial confusion i think i have figured out where the water bladder goes. A brochure of the bag would have been useful. My other pack has a separate blader compartment. If it develops a leak in the pursuit pack, everything in the bag will get a little soggy. I love the straps at the base of the bag, handy for carrying my camera tripod. I've crammed in a one person tent, sleeping bag, 3/4 sleeping mat, change of clothes and food for one night. I hope i can lift it onto my back! Going to tassie in a fortnight. That will put the bag to the test.”
    Elise K from Hoppers Crossing, VIC, Australia