User Review: Osprey Daylite
Size: 750 Cu. In
Number of Pockets: 1
Height of Owner: 5'9"
This thing does not budge. I do a lot of fast hiking/ long distance trail running and my old pack would bounce like crazy, even with the straps cinched down and the load well distributed. This little guy will hold tight to your back and you'll hardly notice it's there.
It has a well ventilated back, a small front pockets for keys/bars/whatever, it takes a hydration bladder if you use them, and it holds enough for a quick jaunt and not much else. Seems relatively durable for what it is, but the straps are a bit lightweight.
That being said, I don't think that you shouldn't expect a $49 lightweight pack to really last more than a couple of years with constant use/abuse anyways.
I'm totally satisfied in my first 6 months of use. The only real downside is that I only own one and I constantly have to fight the wife for it on my days off.