Arc'teryx Fly 13 Backpack
Arc'teryx's smallest hydration-capable urban daypack, the Fly 13 Backpack is perfect for transporting life's necessities during your commute, when biking, or heading to the market for a few sundries. Loaded with an array of performance features, this backpack sports panel-loading convenience, a hydration bladder pocket, breathable Spacermesh-lined shoulder straps and comfort backpanel, adjustable sternum strap, key clip, front security pocket, and two stretch-mesh pockets. This Arc'teryx daypack is multi-purpose and hydration-capablewhat more could you ask for when traversing the concrete jungle.
- Fabric: Spacermesh , 420D HD Plain Weave with PU coating, 420D HD Basket Weave with PU coating, 200D Polyester Plain Weave, HDPE framesheet
- Composite horizontal frame member
- Adjustable sternum strap
- 2.5cm/ 1in webbing hipbelt
- Padded, contoured shoulder straps
- Panel loading
- Key clip
- Front security pocket
- Fits a standard 13 inch laptop
- Two stretch-mesh pockets
- Hydration: Hydration bladder sleeve, Hose clip, Hydration bladder clip, HydroPort
Purchase the Arc'teryx Fly 13 Backpack from Altrec.com. All order totals over $45 qualify for free ground shipping.
- September 23 2011
Great buy for light on-the-go climbers!
I use this pack whenever I go to the gym. It is small but just the right size for my harness, shoes and Nalgene. Actually, it can hold a lot more than the size appears. I LOVE the convenience of the panel loading zipper pouch!
- November 25 2010
It is very light. Black and yellow is very beautiful. I can put my books and small laptop into it. Good for urban use.
- December 4 2010
perfect size for everyday duty
my Fly 13 goes everywhere i do. it has enough capacity to hold my iPad, which is in a separate case, sunglasses, wallet, digital camera, and other daily must-haves. i carry it instead of a purse, leaving my hands free for hauling bags at the farmers' market or for shooting images. the pack is very comfortable, with a belt for extra support and adjustable shoulder straps that aren't too wide for my small shoulders/frame (5' 4", 118 pounds). quality of workmanship feels like what i would expect from Arcteryx. the only downside from my perspective is the lack of interior zipped pockets to hold smaller items like lip balm or gum or pens. they can sometimes get lost in the larger sections of the pack.