If you look, you can find some of the most exciting and beautiful adventures in your own backyard, but that doesn't necessarily mean the ones on the other side of the world aren't worth checking out. For all of your traveling and adventure needs, you've got the Matador Beast 28L Backpack. With a versatile size and insane packability, this backpack is the perfect companion for all of your travels. Whether you're cramming five people and a weekend's worth of camping supplies into a packed car or trying to avoid checked baggage fees, you'll love being able to stuff the entire pack down into the space-saving stuff sack and tossing it into your duffel. When you're not in storage mode you'll be psyched about all of its other features. The Beast is made with a durable water-resistant fabric to keep your stuff dry when unexpected showers pass by, with an internal storage pocket that also securely holds a hydration bladder on long day hikes. You've got waist and sternum straps for stability and support, gear loops and daisy chains for lugging along any necessary items, and some external pockets for added storage, including two mesh side pockets that hold water bottles and energy bars.
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