Ballistic Nylon Was Used to Protect World War II Airmen & This Backpack

By Andrew Peloquin  |  October 9, 2023


Ballistic Nylon Was Used to Protect World War II Airmen & This Backpack

Whether you’re packing for a holiday weekend, an extended vacation, an overnight getaway, or a work day at the office, the DSPTCH Daypack will be the ideal companion.

Built from an ultra-tough 1680-denier ballistic nylon, the durable backpack is incredibly resilient to damage, abrasion, and impact, and features a DWR coating that shrugs off rain and damp with ease. The interior is also lined with a DWR-treated fabric that adds even more protection for your contents and durability to the bag.

Though it only holds 22L, it feels surprisingly spacious and has an impressive number of dedicated storage compartments—including a water bottle pocket, a laptop sleeve, tablet sleeve, padded laptop compartment (for up to 15” laptop), an interior mesh zip pocket, and a cable management system.

When it’s time to travel, you’ll appreciate the padding on the backpack straps, the top-mounted grab handle, and the luggage strap integrated into the back panel.

The addition of Duraflex plastic hardware and mil-spec webbing doubles down on the toughness, and the bag is backed by a lifetime warranty to ensure you get the best bang for your buck.


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