Reddit Reddit reviews Sea to Summit Ultra-Sil Day Pack (20-Liter)

We found 6 Reddit comments about Sea to Summit Ultra-Sil Day Pack (20-Liter). Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

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Sea to Summit Ultra-Sil Day Pack (20-Liter)
Packs down small so it easily fits in pockets, purses or luggageSimple, streamlined design making it light and low-profile (2.4 ounces/68 grams)Siliconized Cordura for strength and durabilityBar tack reinforced stitching on all stress pointsTwo-way zipper closure
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6 Reddit comments about Sea to Summit Ultra-Sil Day Pack (20-Liter):

u/jesteronly · 12 pointsr/SFGiants

Yo fellow baseball lover! Firstly, I hope you enjoy your brief stay in SF.

Secondly, I hope you realize the time and distance that SFO is from AT&T Park. As shitty as it sounds, it's likely going to be well over an hour each way, so at least 2 hours total in transit IF YOU'RE LUCKY. SFO also tends to have pretty crappy TSA lines to go through as well, but going through the International Terminal will help out a lot with that.

Thirdly, AT&T does not have a bag check area. They have a wonderful FREE Bike Check area because that is super cool to offer, but nothing for oversized bags. Fret not! SFO offers a baggage check for a fee of which I do not know.

>Baggage storage is exclusively available at the Airport Travel Agency, located on the Departures/Ticketing Level of the International Terminal, near the entrance to Gates G91-G102. The Airport Travel Agency is open daily from 6:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. No reservations are required for baggage storage. All baggage is x-rayed prior to storage. Rates are assessed per each 24 hour period that an article is in storage (articles in storage for less than 24 hours will be subject to the 24 hour rate), and vary according to the size of the object. Please contact the Airport Travel Agency at 650.877.0422 or [email protected] for additional information.

OR!!!!! You could check in your bag for your flight super super early. But I'm guessing that you are talking about your carry-on bag rather than a checked bag. If that is the case, then I might suggest using a soft-framed pack and bringing a second frameless backpack to use to spread your load so that both will fit AT&T's parameters I, personally, use (this lovely little stow-away backpack for almost all of my secondary pack / carry-on travel needs. If all else fails, you can meet me at my work (PM me, please) which is a 10 minute walk from 16th street BART station and a very quick LYFT or Taxi ride to and from the park (less than 2 miles, or less than 3.21869 KM). I will be working from 10-6:30 pm that day, and since it is a 1pm start, that should cover the entire game. If for whatever reason you would like to come pick up after I am off of work, I can easily arrange for another one of my co-workers to watch and get your gear back to you. This would add an extra $4.04 US dollars each way if you choose Lyft Line (I highly suggest it), so at least $8.08 USD if you are using Lyft both to and from the park to my work, but the bag check would be 100% free. Plus I may throw in a free local beer just for shits n' giggles, if you're into that kind of thing.

Otherwise, I don't really know any other options. There's not really a check-in option around the area. Like, not even a hotel that you could faux-check in bags at. China Basin is a (now) friggin beautiful place with only the park, apartments, and businesses in the area, but was certainly not built up to be the SF destination zone, which is much of its' charm.

Anyway, if you have any questions or further inquiry, either PM or respond to this message, and I hope you're able to make it a to a game in the most beautiful park in the MLB (and, truly, in all of sports).

u/Becroki · 3 pointsr/solotravel

The string bag would work. If you have some spare change the Ultra-Sils really are excellent. All the functionality of a standard bag with none of the bulk. They're quite strong and fairly water resistant. Or as mentioned above, a camera bag with a little extra room is a good option. You'll be glad you have something small when you're out and about.


You especially want something small since BTS/MRT security and many shopping complexes have started to check bags literally every time through. It got a bit frustrating walking through with my main pack and they insist on seeing through to the bottom sometimes.

u/secondpagepl0x · 2 pointsr/onebag

Looks pretty affordable to me no?


Thanks for the suggestions!

u/MotoCasey · 1 pointr/TheGirlSurvivalGuide

I like the Sea to Summit day pack. Not super stylish, but it's hella light and if goes into a pouch that fits in the palm of your hand. So easy to bring with you, and can clip onto things. It doesn't have pockets unfortunately, but I found that didn't mater to me as much as I thought it would. I used this for a month while travelling Europe with only a carry on, so this was a perfect space saver and I used this on my daily outings once I arrived.

u/Ekmer · 1 pointr/backpacking

If you are going now (not that cold) you can get by with a farpoint 40 and one of this http://www.amazon.com/Sea-Summit-Ultra-Sil-Pack-20-Liter/dp/B006CG2TZU

I traveled with that in winter and was fine. I used the big pack for moving between places and the small one to walk around.

With the 55 I would be afraid of having to check my luggage.

u/pageantry · 1 pointr/travel

Like this? I actually saw something like this in REI the other day and thought about picking it up but decided to see what my boyfriend had first (where I found the foldable duffle).