Why The Moment Discovery Division Adventure Pack Is The Only Pack You Need.

Why The Moment Discovery Division Adventure Pack Is The Only Pack You Need.

Most of you have seen something about our Discovery Division Adventure Pack, whether it's on the website, blog, or our social media channels. It is your do-everything, all-in-one adventure backpack. It’s designed to hold and handle whatever you need for a day trip to the coast, or to search out the most remote destinations in the world. We thought we'd break down all the features of the bag in a quick video, so check it out and learn why this is the only bag you'll need for your next adventure.

Check out the full list of features here:

  • Large expandable roll-top compartment with watertight lining for carrying wetsuit
  • Organizational front compartment for keys/screws, fins, with flip over pocket for additional storage
  • Separated back compartment for laptop with hidden passport pouch
  • 2 Additional lined organizational compartments with micro-fiber lined pockets
  • Zippered front pocket
  • Vinyl wax pocket
  • Vinyl sunscreen Pocket
  • Zipper pocket for keys and screws
  • Lined sunglasses pocket
  • Exterior carrying loops for attaching items
  • Large elastic side pocket fits a wide variety of water bottles
  • Ergonomic straps and back panel with spacer mesh for breath-ability and comfort
  • Adjustable sternum strap for added stability
  • Reinforced back panel with 1/8” LDPE stabilizing insert
  • Woojin acetal hardware for durability
  • 38mm nylon webbing
  • Waterproof compartment: 300D nylon with 0.3mm tpu backing (fully waterproof)
  • Outer fabric: Outside fabric 1000d Kodra-Black (DWR coated)
  • Custom Lining fabric: 400d Printed Polyester
  • Bottom fabric: Durable vinyl bottom
  • Water resistant laminated zipper
  • Durable construction
  • Reinforced seams and stress points
  • Two way zip for with paracord pulls that can double as leash cords.
  • Discovery Division rain-camo print on interior
  • Embroidered Moment logo and Raindrop Icon
  • 32L

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