When you're planning out your bikepacking route, chances are you're thinking about the trail ahead, and less about the gear you're leaving behind. Let Ortlieb help you carry along the essentials with the Atrack BP Daypack. This handy backpack is built with bikepacking in mind, and features a unique construction that's fine tuned to your needs when you're deep in the woods far from city resources. It's built from PS21R fabric, a polyester that's backed up with serious degrees of waterproofing to land at an IP67 rating -- in other words, should a storm break out, your gear will stay conveniently dry, so you don't have to go to sleep soggy and wet, jeopardizing your energy for tomorrow's haul. The contents of the bag can be accessed through the back panel, which features a full-length waterproof zipper, and enables much easier access to all of your gear. Inside you'll find four separate zippered pockets for keeping your toothbrush, snacks, and essentials easily at hand, while outside hosts two mesh sleeves that are ideal for your spare water bottle, and jar of peanut butter for your midnight snack. The exterior of the pack is built to be rugged, and loaded with gear loops for attaching your helmet, bike lock, and just about any other odds-and-ends you can think of. For a secure fit the Atrack BP is equipped with two large compression straps, and adjustable shoulder straps for securing an ideal fit. At the waist you'll find a minimalist hip belt that can be adjusted, but forgoes wings and fancy padding for a streamlined fit that's more ideal in the saddle.
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