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Totem 90

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Totem 90

NZ$79.95 NZ$63.96
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Why we made this
Robust and durable nylon Totem bag. Zippered back panel transforms into a duffel style bag. Detachable shoulder straps for easy carrying.
  • Product Description
    A nifty piece of kit for globetrotters of this world. The Totem can be used in damp conditions as a handy raincover to keep your items dry. When you need additional protection for your pack (for example checking in for your next flight or when leaving it on top of a bus for hours on end), you can simply zip in the back panel to transform the cover into a duffel-style bag. This will protect your pack, the harness, stops straps from snagging on conveyor belts and provides additional security. Essential travel kit we reckon.
  • Design features
    210d nylon for robustness and durability
    Taped seams to keep moisture out
    Zippered back panel transforms the raincover into a duffle-style bag allowing you to take your pack as a piece of luggage
    Lockable zipper pulls for essential security
    Grab handle for easy carrying when fully zipped up
    Detachable shoulder strap for even easier carrying when fully zipped up
    Reflective logo ensures you are visible, also in low light conditions
    Fits easily in attached cram sack
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Perfect for Overseas Travel
Really durable. Protected my pack on numerous plane and bus trips. The zip can be locked and has its own stuff sack. Perfect for travelling to third world areas where you find the pack stowed due to its size on the top of tricycles or compartments that leak oil or water.
April 9, 2018
For me the best benefit of the cover is being able to lock up your bag when flying or on the numerous overnight long haul buses. It stops the straps from getting caught, damaged or ripped and prevents the oil drips getting into your bag. When leaving your bag at the hostel or bus station or even when walking through the streets you can be assured that nothing in your bag has been taken or added. When it rains the draw string allows you to pull the cover tight against the bag where as the rain covers tear easily and act as a parachute when the wind gets up. Finally, when you buy too many Alpaca blankets the layer between the bag and the cover acts as a second storage bag which means you don't have to constantly repack your bag. Also the Macpac logo is great for finding fellow Kiwis!
I have never regretted buying my backpack cover and although there are now some pretty flash travelling gadgets this is a simple classic with a lot of potential if you know how to use it. I recently heard the saying “there is no such thing as bad weather only bad equipment� and I now strongly agree in this statement having recently spent eight days with the worse rented sleeping bag in Torres del Paine, Patagonia.
January 18, 2016
Essential for travel
Having used the Fairy Down pack cover, I found the Macpac Totem and bought 4 of the last 8 in the country (I was told), I am glad this carried over from Fairy Down, because it is one of the best pack covers for rain and travelling, tough and durable and keeps all the straps safe, wouldn't backpack without one.

Good improvements are the locking zips to prevent "dipping" when your pack is in transit.
Unfortunately, printed upside down.
February 12, 2014
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