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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.
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
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
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.