SealLine Urban Backpack
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SealLine
Urban Backpack

SealLine Urban Backpack is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 25.
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Product Description Item No.   10085858
 

FEATURES of the SealLine Urban Backpack

  • Our backpacks offer rugged and seamless, all-weather commuter protection
  • An optional organizer slips onto an internal frame sheet to subdue even the most unruly Monday loads, and a deluxe, ventilated suspension system keeps you rolling cool in any weather
  • Simple, effective waterproof roll-top with QuickClip closure
  • Splashproof external zip pocket
  • Easily attach accessories to the external MAP. System

Product Specifications
Features: Waterproof
Dimensions (Small): 4 x 15 x 18 in.
Dimensions (Large): 10 x 14.5 x 23 in.
Pack Capacity (Small): 17 Liters / 1040 Cubic inches
Pack Capacity (Large): 37 Liters / 2258 Cubic inches
Weight (Small): 1 lb 13oz
Weight (Large): 2 lbs 1oz
Disclaimer: We only ship this brand to US Addresses.
Gender: Mens
Best Use: Casual, Travel, Commuter Cycling
Pack Access: Top
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Best backpack ever, with one exception My bicycle is my mode of transportation, so I ride everyday. I've used Seal Line backpacks for 10+ years. The Urban Backpack is by far the best I've ever had. The only thing I would do different with the design is, I would make the way the pack closes like the small Black Canyon Boundary Pack. The two ends of the rolled down top come together to connect. The way the Urban Backpack is now, the rolled down top is wider than most peoples shoulders and the pack hits doorways and walls, etc. Aerodynamics aren't as good either. Other than that, I absolutely love the pack. The accessory organizer is a game changer.
Date published: 2017-04-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from it's like making out with your best friend you'll wonder why you didn't do it sooner I've done drybags before, everybody has right? Things stay, well, dry. For bike commuting and weekend trip this bag is SWEET. I added few external pockets and the SL internal organizer and now it's near perfect. Hangups: Waist belt, it's like a muffin-top; fix it or make it easier to hide. Ive had better shoulder straps, we all have, I wish SL would stiffen them a touch. I'm not totally sure what to think about the framesheet. It might be perfect, it's light weight and flexible but I'm sort of hungup on hard core backpack frames. It's me Urban Backpack not you. Overall, she's totally worth it ($) best of all you already know her.
Date published: 2010-11-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from It's durable and it works! I've had my Seal Line large Urban backpack for close to 6 years. I've used it as an urban backpack to keep my electronics and change of clothing dry when commuting. As an adventure guide, I've used it as a daypack, winter and summer, for 5 years. It still keeps my stuff dry and none of the buckles are broken. However, some of the gear loops are torn. The only drawback is the lack of a padded hip belt. This makes the bag a wee bit uncomfortable when loaded with a guides gear for the day.
Date published: 2015-05-12
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Very strong, versatile, but not without flaws I've used the 37 L backpack for 9 years now as my primary bicycle commuting bag. Water resistance, ease of use, simplicity, "external suspension", relatively strong and durable materials are all good things. The negatives are the lack of internal organization pockets (you have to buy them separately at extra cost), the strap welds tore-off with time (I had them stitched to the body of the bag), sternum strap is a joke (it's made of a partially elastic fabrics and it stretches over time and loses its function), the straps soften and loosoen with time and come out of buckles and need frequent adjustments during use, the straps and padding in the back absorb sweat and start to smell really bad.
Date published: 2018-06-16
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Expected more durability I don't use this bag very hard. Mostly for school. After only a year of clipping my waterbottle onto the webbing loops on the straps they started ripping off. I've had a lot of other SealLine products that have gotten me around the world no problem but this doesn't hold up the same. The way it ripped out I thing the webbing could have been sewn in better. The straps also loosen weekly when holding only two text books. Next time, I'll spend the money on a kayaking bag.
Date published: 2017-08-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from MORE than an urban backpack! I beat the crap out of my gear and this bag has withstood lots of abuse. ,,WATERPROOF:,,Caving. Threw it down muddy caverns, dragged across rocks, submerged in cavern lakes. No rips or tears in fabric & gear stayed dry. ,,TOUGH:,,Bushwacked in off-trail wilderness scrapping thorns, branches & rock faces. No rips or tears in fabric at all. ,,VERSATILE:,,Trail running. Mesh back panel kept back dry. Waist & sternum straps kept bag secure. 1-nighter summer camping. Packed full but still enough room for gear needed. Canoeing & WW Rafting.,,Pack is rugged & tough; able to be used for multiple outdoor adventures! If I ever lose this bag, I'll cry, then buy another one ASAP.
Date published: 2011-03-23
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Great commuter backpack, but needs better harness I bought the large model of this this about two months ago as my primary bicycle commuter bag. Sealline is well known in the outdoor community for quality waterproof outdoor products and this lives up to the name. I have been putting it through its paces and it has performed admirably groceries, samples for water quality analysis, gym clothes, laptop... it holds them all (just not at the same time). The seal is so tight that when you close it up with air in it the air does not escape! There are two considerations when purchasing this bag: 1. It is a dry bag with shoulder straps. There are no internal divisions like there might be in your traditional back pack. Some people dislike this, I don't care. It just makes it more versatile in my opinion. 2. The bag deserves straps with better padding. If you put more than about 15 lbs in the bag the straps will cut into your shoulders not matter how much you adjust it. So, think about how you plan on using it before you buy it. If they improve the padding on the straps, this is a 6/5 star bag instead of a 3/5 star bag.. Despite the straps, I would buy this again.
Date published: 2014-10-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Most dependable part of my cycling kit I've had the Large sized pack for over a decade of year round commuting in the Pacific Northwest. This pack has been an absolute workhorse, and it's cavernous. When you get four seasons in one day, this pack will hold all the clothing you need, and still have space to hold a growler. The atrocious weather this pack has seen - from black ice wipe outs to marble sized hail and torrential rain, I was never worried about my cargo arriving wet. Except that one time my container of soup leaked, but not a drop of soup ever got out. Over the years, the separator inside the pack holding the spine board separated, the shoulder load adjustment straps tore away from the straps but the pack kept on going. It kept going until about a month ago when I noticed that there was a small hole in the bottom seam of the pack (see photo) so now the pack has been relegated to summer only duty. I figured I've had over 2,250 days of use out of this pack and it has never failed me, I wish all my cycling gear was this dependable. I'll buy this pack again in a heartbeat.
Date published: 2018-07-04
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