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life's a BLURR..

this is my other "go to pack" especially for day hikes. at 27L, it's not large enough for any long excursions, but this is one versatile sack. the double outer straps allow me to pack my boards, including the long board. inside, there is one main compartment, with a hydration pocket and external exits, as well as a "removable media bag" for things like my iPod or camera. the contour of the pack fits snugly to my back and even through long hikes, the pack feels snug and unobtrusive. one complaint is the fact that it only has ONE main compartment, i can't separate my do dads from my do wops. i've taken this on the plane, to hikes and climbs (up the Grouse Grind), to the beach, to work, it's an all rounder. the water resistant zippers, and the tough abrasion resistant, snow shedding, laminated, stiff walls lined with ballistic nylon also protect my inards quite well, such as me Apple Powerbook. if you don't skate, you can still strap your snow boards, your ropes, jacket, and anything you can think of, to the out straps. when they are not in use, they stow away into the flaps and the bag becomes quite streamline. the best thing about the Blurr "System Pack"? - it looks good. [equipbug]

photo courtesy of www.mec.ca
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