Description

Simple is a complicated design brief. Just a drybag with straps?

We made Gourdon a durable and waterproof backpack because we wanted to be able to take it anywhere, and our customers have really taken this to heart. Gourdon 20 has been used at over 6000m, taken part in adventure races and seen a lot of canoe journeys. Some people have even used it to just walk round the park with the dog.

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As a day bag Gourdon 20 is the perfect volume - it swallows a big lunch, waterproofs, jumper and space for all those little things. The single roll top opening keeps everything inside dry and secure - more than any other rucksack we’ve tried.

Gourdon gets used day after day; it has a removable stiff back pad, comfy foam mesh padded straps, a waist belt and chest straps. Wear it all weekend; biking one day, on the hill the next and commute to work on Monday.

Not content with Gourdon being an extremely versatile bag already, we added mesh pockets for easy access to your water bottle and snacks on the go. Elasticated straps let you attach anything you want on the outside - from a wet waterproof to little Tommy’s cuddly dinosaur toy.

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Features

Key Features

  • Pouch for 1 l - 1.5 l hydration unit (450 mm long by 200 mm wide bladder)
  • Twin mesh side pocket fit std cycle water bottle and smaller Siggs
  • Roll-top waterproof closure
  • Removeable padded back
  • Elasticated accessory cord
  • 3 Year Alpine Bond

Vital stats

Materials

Fabric: Taslan TPU nylon Taped waterproof seams Duraflex buckles

Dimensions

Total weight: 380 g Removable back insert: 50 g Height (laid flat): 50 cm Width (laid flat): 32 cm

Origin: China

Size Guide
Backpack Sizing
Standard/45
Torso Length
Inches
CMs

17.3 - 18.9
44 - 48

How to Measure

Step 1 - Tilt your head forward and find your C7 vertebrae (a.k.a. the bone that sticks out at the bottom of your neck between your shoulders).
Step 2 - Place your hands on top of your hip bone with your fingers facing forwards and your thumbs pointing across your back.
Step 3 - Now measure from your C7 vertebrae, down to the point that meets the line between your thumbs.

How to Measure

Step 1 - Tilt your head forward and find your C7 vertebrae (a.k.a. the bone that sticks out at the bottom of your neck between your shoulders).
Step 2 - Place your hands on top of your hip bone with your fingers facing forwards and your thumbs pointing across your back.
Step 3 - Now measure from your C7 vertebrae, down to the point that meets the line between your thumbs.
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The Details

Gourdon 20L in action