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An ideal travel daypack is more comfortable than ultralight bags but easier to pack away than traditional backpacks. Minaal's daily bag misses the mark on the second count. If you want to pack the daily bag into your luggage to use on your trip, it'll add bulk to the rest of your stuff. That eats into your precious packing space.
The Outbreaker daypack, on the other hand, packs flat. When you're ready to head to the airport, pack the daypack in your carry on for one bag travel. It won't take up space in your luggage like most backpacks.
Minaal's Daily Bag comes with a rain cover. Rain covers aren't a terrible choice. Tortuga has offered rain covers at various points in our history.
However, a rain cover is far from ideal for a daypack. Daypacks exist for convenience. We use them for common items.
It's frustrating to carry around an extra piece of fabric just to make your bag functional. Not to mention the annoyance of digging around in your bag for your rain cover when the clouds come out.
We designed the Outbreaker Daypack to keep your stuff dry in a downpour without a rain cover. Waterproof sailcloth and coated YKK zippers will protect whatever you pack inside, even in wet weather. No digging around for a rain cover required.
You're walking around Rome on a hot day in July. You're parched. You need a daypack with a convenient water bottle pocket. Sadly, the Minaal Daily Bag doesn't have a water bottle pocket.
A water bottle is at the top of the list for every day of travel. Shouldn't your daypack have a pocket for it? The Outbreaker daypack does. You don't have to take off and unzip your bag to get to your water.
Read more about how we designed the Outbreaker daypack to carry what you need for any day of adventure.