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Le Dakine Mission reste le sac Street / Snow par excellence avec son portage vertical de Snowboard et son compartiment ordinateur portable jusqu a 15 . Une reference de polyvalence.Couleur CitronVolume : 25 LitresDimensions : 53x28x20 cmMateriau : Nylon 420D / Polyester 600DPoids 1KgOrdinateur Portable Maxi 15 Specificites :Sangles frontales pour portage vertical d un snowboardCompartiment interieur remboure pour ordinateur portablePoche zippee rembouree pour masque et lunettesPoche de rangement bouteille d eau deployablePoche de rangement lateralePoche moletonnee pour lunettes de soleilPanneau dorsal rembourre pour plus de confortSangles de portage reglables et rembourreesPhotos non contractuelles.
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Commentaires client les plus utiles sur Amazon.com
This pack doesn't have the large zipper on the shoulder strap side of the pack to access the contents of the main compartment like the Mission Photo Pack, so inserting the photo block was tight and didn't allow a completely easy access to all the padded photo compartments, but for what I needed it was fine.
I took this backpack up to Mt. Snow Vermont for three days of snowboarding, loading up my camera gear consisting of a Canon Rebel Digital SLR and extra lenses, water bottles, and other items. I found the pack to be very rugged and comfortable to the point that I almost forgot I was wearing it during my runs. The photo block protected the camera gear from damage even after several wipe outs.
The Mission Pack is tough with comfortable shoulder straps, chest strap and a waist strap. I found that the waist strap helps keep the pack in place when you catch an edge and find yourself upended with gravity and momentum deciding your fate. Most of the time I rode with just the shoulder straps and chest strap in place.
The board straps allow you to carry your board on your back. I found this helpful since I was getting over a shoulder injury that tended to ache when carrying anything for very long. I had an extra pair of goggles in the goggle compartment the whole weekend that I completely forgot about, and even after several rough landings they were in perfect shape.
The third day I remembered the water bottle pocket. This is a clever little feature that looks like a pocket until you open it up and it becomes a water bottle carrier complete with a drawstring. It held a 16oz. bottle of water without a problem (didn't try it with anything larger but it seemed like a 20oz bottle would fit), and I never lost a bottle even after a few spills.
Overall I found this to be an excellent choice for snowboarding and would work for a lot of other uses including day-to-day work. I would highly recommend it.
One of my favorite features is the goggle pocket (fabric-lined and padded so it won't damage lenses) on the back- great for holding a second pair of ski goggles or sunglasses depending on what you're up to. The side pockets are easily accessed with our without gloves, and the waist and chest straps make you feel confident that your stuff isn't going anywhere once they're secured.
For morning commute or adventure, this backpack is awesome.
I had a Dakine Duel before for 3 years, and the zippr ripped out two weeks ago. I was happy with that bag, but this time around didn't feel like I needed the insulated lunch pocket as I never used it, and I felt like the Duel was always a little bigger than I liked. I looked at the Dakine Network bag, and was initially attracted to the fact that it has specific pockets for all these crazy cords I carry with me. But I'm a woman, and I didn't like any of the Network colors or patterns because they were very masculine and not cute.
Regarding the Mission Pack, I really like the colors, and it does hold my laptop and all the cords (I have them stuffed in the goggle pocket at the top of the bag), and can also accomodate a notebook and a couple file folders. However, it's a little bit of a tight fit. But I guess I'm more okay with that because it forces me to think about what I need to have with me and not fill my bag with extra junk that just stays in it.
All told, I do really like the bag, but in hindsight if the Network bag had come in a more attractive color, I think I would have purchased that and would maybe like it more.