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A small rucksack.
- ‘You need a daypack to carry a few essentials, as the porters carrying your equipment will usually hike their own way.’
- ‘As we shouldered our daypacks, the sun broke through a thin haze of clouds, and melting snow soon revealed a patchwork of meadow and forest lying in gentle folds before us.’
- ‘I'll have fire starter in my daypack, along with windproof ‘lifeboat’ matches in a waterproof container.’
- ‘Tairesu winced slightly at his brother's tone and packed his daypack more hastily.’
- ‘A few minutes later, Suzanne strode up wearing a pile jacket and tights and carrying a small daypack.’
- ‘I'm used to walking with a twenty kilo pack, so with these daypacks, it was sweet.’
- ‘The next moment, Nostdal felt something smack into his daypack, and he lost control of the bike.’
- ‘So, burdened with my rucksack and daypack, unshaven in T-shirt and travel combats, I wander among the besuited guests, conference attendees and dignitaries like a sore thumb.’
- ‘Hot and sweaty again, we quickly strip off our shoes, socks and daypacks, leaving them by a great tree whose limbs shade the pond, and jump in.’
- ‘With ample space and a detachable daypack, it's the perfect carrier for students on the go.’
- ‘‘It has a detachable daypack,’ said Chuck, grinning, ‘and a lot of pockets.’’
- ‘Our kids each bring one daypack full of pleasures for the road.’
- ‘‘It's kind of cool, seeing more and more businessmen carrying computer daypacks,’ Kentner said.’
- ‘On all the treks featured here, porters are available to carry their gear, so all they carry personally is a small daypack with water and a camera.’
- ‘Also, bring along a daypack, an extra water bottle, energy bars (or your favorite healthy snacks), pain relievers and muscle rubs.’
- ‘It is a crossover bag that functions as a daypack and as a business case.’
- ‘As I strapped on my daypack, something moving out in the water caught my eye.’
- ‘There's also a hiking option: You carry a daypack; the horse carries the rest.’
- ‘‘Just about every one of our new daypacks have removable computer cases now,’ Kentner says.’
- ‘Hip belts on daypacks prevent the pack from moving around.’
- ‘It is essentially a heavy-duty daypack that incorporates a smaller around-town bag.’
- ‘All the equipment needed to sail on skis comes stored in a medium sized daypack.’
- ‘Along with a water bottle, new goggles and camera in my daypack was a diary.’
- ‘Sir Edmund brought a small white daypack, a first-aid kit, a thermos of tea, and a pack of Sportsmen cigarettes.’
- ‘This is a van-supported trip, so we need to carry only our daypacks and cameras on our moderate day hikes.’
- ‘The blanket is lightweight, easy to carry in a daypack or on a frame.’
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