Dramatically improved second generation of our light duty daypack
Y-shaped top compression strap
Front pocket approx. 12" x 9" x 2"
Breathable ergonomic shoulder straps
Non-slip abrasion-resistant bottom
Side pockets compatible with 32oz / 1L Nalgene bottles
Various attachment points for modular expansion
Durable drag handle
Detailed Product Description
The PYGMY FALCON-II Backpack is a compact rectangular urban daypack with distinct military styling and 1400 cubic inches (23 liters) of carry capacity. Comfortable back padding and supple curvaceous straps supported by 1" nylon webbing minimize the load on shoulders.
"I've been looking for a tough, well-organized, sturdy backpack to take on the airplane with me. My previous backpacks were either too bulky to sit comfortably under my legs during flight to give me access to my electronic "toys," or too flimsy to sit up straight so all my stuff was in a heap and I struggled to find anything. As you all know, leaning forward and finding different items from your bag is a challenge when the seat in front of you is reclined. So this backpack is the perfect solution. It has enough stiffness to stand straight when fully loaded. It has loads of zippers and pockets for organizing your gear. It is easy to get on and off your shoulders, and it has two water bottle holders. I like to bring or buy a water bottle and have it available during the flight.
For those of you who want a comfortable daypack for recreational activities, this would be great. It's tough but attractive, comfortable shoulder straps, lighter and narrower than most packs but that makes it more comfortable to me. Frankly, I'm a fan of Maxpedition. They have an eye for detail and every zipper and clip is well-made. My husband has a Maxpedition's cell phone accessory that was well made and functional."
"This pack is indestructible. Very heavy duty, but not too stiff or bulky. Three primary compartments offer lots of organizing options. The webbing allows add-ons like wallets, flashlight sheaths, pouches, etc. The netting on the sides holds a Nalgene 32 oz water bottle perfectly. The shoulder straps are really comfortable, too. Beware though I got the khaki and it looks more like green/tan, almost OD. Otherwise, it is tough to find a fault with this pack. All the Maxpedition stuff is top-shelf."