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What Fits Inside the Outbreaker Daypack

The Outbreaker daypack works for any day of adventure. Carry a day’s worth of sightseeing gear or pack for a quiet day of work at a cafe.

We’ve compiled a few sample packing lists based on common travel scenarios to give you an idea of how to pack the Outbreaker daypack.


1 Main compartment for your computer, tablet, and larger items
2 Water bottle pockets on both sides
3 Front zippered compartment for keys and small items

 

Work / Travel Integration

Team Tortuga is very familiar with the idea of blending work and adventure. Our Skype calls sometimes happen from a coworking space or a cafe in a faraway country. We designed the Outbreaker daypack to work when you’re working on the road.

Travel Workday: Outbreaker Daypack Packing List

Sightseeing

A day of cultural exploration can turn sour if you aren’t prepared. You don’t want to find yourself without water on a blistering hot day, say “no thanks” to a piece of art you fall in love with on the side of the road because you don’t have a way to carry it for the rest of the day, or be turned away from a cathedral because you don’t have a jacket to cover your bare shoulders. A daypack filled with the essentials is your best friend during a day of adventure.

Summer Sightseeing: Outbreaker Daypack Packing List

Winter Sightseeing: Outbreaker Daypack Packing List

Beach

The allure of a beach, sandy or stony, is hard to ignore. You don’t need to pack an extra beach bag if your trip takes you to the shore. Instead, pack your daypack for a day in the sun. The waterproof fabric can handle the sea spray.

Beach Day: Outbreaker Daypack Packing List

* Note: a regular beach towel will fit in the Outbreaker Daypack, but you won’t have as much room. We highly recommend packing a quick-dry travel towel for a beach trip.

 

Read more about the Outbreaker daypack and how we crafted it to be our go-to bag for on-the-ground adventures.