Sea to Summit Carve 24L DryPack

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Tougher than armored crocodile and more waterproof than a frogs you-know-what, the Sea to Summit Carve 24L Daypack is different than your average load-lugger. With 24 liters of seam-sealed, rolltop-covered space to carry snacks, gear, and whatever else you need for the trail, the Carve's a true all-rounder, perfect for the trail or the boat. TPU-laminated 420D nylon stands up to rugged hikes and wet days alike, while the ergonomic back and ventilated shoulder straps carry comfortably whether you're cruising through the park or reaching the end of a 20-miler. It has a load of lash points for carrying gear, a removable webbing waistbelt, and a tip handle for hauling. We won't mention the hydration-compatible chamber, because that just seems unfair for a pack that's already got so much going for it.


Designed for water sports, the sleek design also works well for climbing, canyoneering, mountain biking, commuting, hiking and travel.


The Carve 24 by Seat to Summit is the obvious choice for any adventure into wet, rainy or snowy terrain. They are designed for water sports like kayaking, canoeing, and rafting-but you don't have to be on a big river to appreciate and utilize all the features these packs offer. The sleek design also works well for climbing, canyoneering, mountain biking, commuting, hiking and lightweight travel.


Tough, comfortable, and sleek, the Sea to Summit Carve 24 L DryPack is built for activities like kayaking and SUPing, but is also works great for climbing, canyoneering, mountain biking, commuting, or hiking in wet conditions.. . . . Made from waterproof, abrasion-resistant, TPU-laminated 420D nylon to keep your gear dry; pack is also fully seam sealed. Ergonomic integral backpanel offers excellent balance between comfort and support. Perforated foam shoulder straps provide ventilated carrying comfort. Sternum strap and removable webbing waistbelt offer additional pack stability when needed. Top-loading main compartment with roll-top closure is easy to pack/unpack; white interior offers improved visibility of pack contents. Internal zippered stretch pocket keeps small items secure. Two Hypalon loops on each side and four on the front let you attach extra gear to the outside of the pack. Hydration compatible with easy-access reservoir compartment. Large top handle for comfortable lifting.


Sea To Summit's rugged Carve Daypack is the ultimate for wet, snowy or rainy terrain. Designed for watersports like kayaking, rafting and canoeing, the Carve is a top loader with a waterproof roll top closure, fully sealed seams and waterproof, abrasion resistant TPU laminated 420 d nylon fabric. Its easy to reach hydration compartment, streamlined design, ergonomic back shape, ventilated shoulder straps, and exterior zip pocket make it a great choice for backpacking, climbing, commuting, mountain biking and lightweight travel as well. Waterproof, abrasion resistant, TPU laminated 420 D nylon fabricDurable 7075 Aircraft allow buckles Top loading roll top main chamber Fully seam sealed constructionStreamlined, minimal design White interior for improved visibility of contentsInternal zippered pocket for small items Ergonomic integral back Ventilating, perforated shoulder straps Removable waist strap Large top handle for comfortable lifting Daisy chain for attaching gearLash loops for lashing and stacking Number of pockets: 4Material: Waterproof, abrasion resistant, TPU laminated 420 D nylon fabricSize: n/a Weight: 1 lb 7 ozCapacity: 1464 ci (24 L) Stretch mesh side pockets and large exterior zippered pocket

- Campmor

Sea to Summit Carve 24L DryPack

previously retailed for:
$108.73 - $159.95

The Sea to Summit Carve 24L DryPack is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen January 9, 2018 at

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