Arc'teryx Mantis 26 Backpack


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Outdoor /Urban Daysack

This daysack transitions effortlessly from trail to urban use. The versatile Arc'teryx Mantis 26 delivers technical performance with a clean and attractive Arc’teryx aesthetic. The drawbridge opening allows easy access to the large main compartment and multiple pockets provide intelligent organization for stationary, books, etc. An internal padded sleeve can take a laptop on workdays and the sleeve is also cleverly designed to be able to hold a hydration bladder for your adventurous weekends. The padded back, frame sheet and aluminum stay combine for a comfortable carry, and external side pockets hold water bottles, gloves, or a windshell.

  • Aluminum stay for durable support
  • Padded back panel
  • Two stretch-mesh pockets
  • Inner sleeve for a laptop or hydration bladder
  • Large volume main compartment
  • Three front zippered pockets, one with key clip and pen organizer
  • Pack Hydration - Hose clip, Hydration bladder clip, HydroPort™
  • Top grab handle for easy grab-and-go access
  • Adjustable sternum strap
  • Padded, contoured shoulder straps
  • Removeable waistbelt
  • Drawbridge opening for quick and easy access to the entire main compartment


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