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Badlands hypervent

I am debating on buying a new daypack, Ive had the same jansport back pack for a few years. The problem is that whenever it rains it seems like the backpack sucks every little bit of water from around it and sucks it right inside. So I was looking at the badlands bags at cabelas and I think I might buy the hypervent, I was just wondering if anyone else had bought this bag and what they thought of if after they have had it for a little while

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Badlands hypervent

No replies? I cant belive no one out ther has an opinion

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Badlands Ultra Day

The Badlands Ultra Day is pretty sweet. I have not used it much but I do have one. It's a nice daypack and the hyperventing area keeps the heat away from your back. And if your interested in a cheap ultra day Badlands sells stuff on their classified section, thats why I got mine. It also holds a 105 oz water bladder, so I hope that gives you some insight on where you can buy a new bag and why. They also have a sweet warranty, OK i am done.

http://badlandspacks.com/gear.php?userChoice=ultraday

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Badlands hypervent

I haven't used a day pack in years. If it don't fit in my pockets, it don't go with me. Big smile Have you tried using that waterproofing spray on the one you have?

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Badlands hypervent

ive tried it and it seems to work for about half a day of rainy hunting. The thing I liked about it was that the hypervent keeps the bag off your back so you dont get overheated.

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