Day Packs Washington DC

If you’re only taking a day hike or a short camping trip you may want to consider taking a daypack instead of a larger and heavier full-scale backpack.

Washington Mystics
(877) 324-6671
601 F St. NW
Washington, DC
 
DC Sports & Entertainment Commission
(202) 547-9077
2400 E. Capitol St., SE
Washington, DC
 
Camp Sonshine
(301) 989-2267
16819 New Hampshire Avenue
Silver Spring, MD
 
Shaolin Traditional Kung Fu Cultural Center
(301) 340-7391
1609 East Gude Dr
Rockville, MD
 
Jeff Gordon Mixed Martial Arts/bjj/muay thai,krav maga,judo,boxing
(301) 330-5425
200 Girard st#205
Gaithersburg, MD
Prices and/or Promotions
30 day Free Trial

DC United
(202) 587-5474
2400 East Capitol St., SE
Washington, DC
 
Pump It Up, The Inflatable Party Zone, Lanham-Bowie Maryland
(301) 577-7952
4230 Forbes Blvd Suite H
Lanham, MD
 
Cecil Ryu Taekwondo at Temple Hills Community Center
(301) 821-1614
5300 Temple Hill Road
Temple Hills, MD
Prices and/or Promotions
40.00

ProFIT Club
(301) 602-8142
304 E. Diamong ave.
Gaithersburg, MD
 
DC United
(202) 587-5474
2400 East Capitol St., SE
Washington, DC
 

Day Packs

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Backpacks for Day Tripping

For a day in the outdoors

If you're only taking a day hike or a short camping trip you may want to consider taking a daypack instead of a larger and heavier full-scale backpack with you. It doesn't really matter what you're doing as there's bound to be a daypack that's suited to carry your gear and other items. Daypacks are often used by school students and by outdoor enthusiasts. Climbers, snowboarders, and skiers will often use specialized daypacks - such as hydration packs - which are made to carry an internal supply of water that you can suck out via a straw to rehydrate yourself without having to stop and open a bottle of water.

Some daypacks are also made for specific seasons - such as the winter. These models will come with attachments and loops for skis, snowboards and trekking poles, etc.

Daypacks come in various sizes so make sure you look for one that's large enough for your gear. They also come with different numbers of pockets and compartments. Most daypacks will have one or two large compartments that can be sealed with a zipper and then will have a number of smaller zippered or mesh pockets for carrying smaller items and personal items.

Weight can also be an important feature of a daypack, and they also come in various weights. Most models come with padded backing, a hip belt and shoulder straps to make it easier and more comfortable for you to haul around your gear. Some daypacks come with an aluminum stay to help yo...

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