After a weekend getaway, you probably have some clean clothes left and a pile of dirty laundry. Keep 'em separated in the Burton Traverse Backpack. The Traverse has two separate compartments, in addition to a padded laptop compartment and a ton of accessory pockets, both inside the pack and out. Stuff this bad boy to the brim. It's ready and waiting with volume-enhancing Cram™ Zones, that gladly accommodate over-packing. You've never had a backpack like this before. Tackle any adventure head-on with the Burton Traverse Backpack.
450D Polyester diamond ripstop / 500D N6 Nylon
20.5 X 12 X 10 in
Padded Laptop Compartment Side-entry. Keep your laptop safe, secure, and easily accessible.
Multiple internal and external accessory pockets
Separate shoe storage pocket
Volume-Enhancing Cram™ Zones Like an elastic waistband for your luggage, stretch zones around the zippers let you over-pack and still get ’er shut.
Dual, exterior stretch mesh beverage stashes
Opens like a notebook to reveal two separate compartments
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Comments about Burton Traverse Backpack:
Almost a perfect travel bag with plenty of room for clothing, a decent laptop pocket, good water/coffee bottle pockets (can fit a 32oz Nalgene at max stretch), and enough strap/belt adjustment to get it comfortable at full load.
The bag really could benefit from compression straps (there are good places to mount them, and I may end up voiding the warranty to add them), some basic internal organizers (though that's easy enough to augment with accessories), and a little padding on the edges of the shoulder straps (though they're pretty comfortable).
I don't have enough use on it to accurately judge the durability, but it has excellent zippers, good stitching, and the materials seem quite good.