The Parker Pack 2.0 | X-Pac™ | Coyote
The Parker Pack 2.0 | X-Pac™ | Coyote
The Parker Pack 2.0 | X-Pac™ | Coyote
The Parker Pack 2.0 | X-Pac™ | Coyote
The Parker Pack 2.0 | X-Pac™ | Coyote
The Parker Pack 2.0 | X-Pac™ | Coyote
The Parker Pack 2.0 | X-Pac™ | Coyote
The Parker Pack 2.0 | X-Pac™ | Coyote
The Parker Pack 2.0 | X-Pac™ | Coyote
The Parker Pack 2.0 | X-Pac™ | Coyote
The Parker Pack 2.0 | X-Pac™ | Coyote
The Parker Pack 2.0 | X-Pac™ | Coyote

The Parker Pack 2.0 | X-Pac™ | Coyote

$ 128.00
  • FIT: Ideal for: Cameras (crop body DSLR + rangefinder fit), everyday carry, festivals, Nintendo Switch, travel, hiking, cycling, parenting, carrying small weapons during zombie apocalypse, marble collections, and other things nobody needs to know about. (It's your business what you put in your Parker Pack!)
  • DIMENSIONS: 8" wide x 6" tall x 4" deep
  • FRONT POCKET DIMENSIONS: 8" wide x 2 1/4" deep x 6" tall
  • REAR TECH SECTION DIMENSION: 7' wide
  • BACK POCKET DIMENSIONS: 8" wide x 1 3/4" deep x 6" tall
  • MATERIAL: X-Pac™ /  VX21 BLACK DWR - 1500, 210 D Ripstop Nylon face, .25 mil polyester film, Coyote Polyester X-PLY at 22, 50 D polyester taffeta backing
  • INSIDE: Easy to see inside Silver 500 Denier CORDURA® with 1 separate main body pocket
  • ADJUSTABLE WAIST STRAP: Comfortable MIL-SPEC Webbing 33" to 55"
  • ZIPPERS: 2 Easy to access Water-Repellent YKK VISLON® AquaGuard® Zippers
  • CLOSURE: $30 imported 2" AustriAlpin™ COBRA® Quick-Release Buckle capable of holding 1,000 lbs.
  • EXTRA: D Ring for water bottles & carabiners
  • WEIGHT: 1 lb
  • LITERS: 3

Let's face it, there are just certain places we all find ourselves in where we wish we had a few extra things in tow, but not so much we'd need to lug a full bag or backpack around. Places like: Hiking, concerts, festivals and traveling to name a few. It would be safe to say we've received well over a hundred emails over the years requesting that DEFY come out with such a bag. Not a messenger. Not a backpack. But a unique pack you can take anywhere. A bag that's small. Nimble. Zippered. One where you could simply fasten it around your waist and go. People said they wanted the bag to be tough and rugged...not your average 'Fanny Pack'. Well, thanks to our School of the Art Institute Chicago intern Xinda 'Parker' Wang bringing this rad design to our design team, we're full up in production on The Parker Hip Pack.

The Parker Pack utilizes the toughest X-Pac™ material we could find. It's water-resistance gives the Parker Pack protection from the elements (and added protection from looking like you're carrying your Uncle Steve's silly Fanny Pack he got at the airport travel shop). The Parker also has adjustable MIL-SPEC webbing and an imported $30, 2" AustriAlpin™ COBRA® Quick-Release Buckle that holds over a thousand pounds for good measure.

Simply pull on the oversized matte black steel D ring, adjust, and one size fits all. This pack is extremely versatile as you can wear it around your waist, over your shoulder or cross body style in front or back. It's two easy to access YKK Water-Repellent VISLON® AquaGuard® Zippered compartments give you enough carrying space to make you feel like you're carrying a bag that's larger, without all the bulk and effort. 

WHAT IS X-PAC?

Not to be mistaken with the WWF wrestler, X-Pac is a composite fabric comprised of multiple layers laminated into a single sheet. The layers in the standard pack cloth consist of a nylon face fabric, a polyester “X-Ply” mesh, a waterproof film and light taffeta backing with a water-resistant coating. Developed and distributed by the sailcloth makers Dimension-Polyant, the company discovered that much of the technology they had developed for making specialized racing sails was also capable of producing a unique bag material. A good sail needs to be as light as possible, whilst strong enough to withstand the forces running through it. To retain its intended shape the fabric needs to be stable across all dimensions. It also needs to survive the elements by not absorbing water and being resistant to UV. With these properties, and with the fabric being relatively accessible, it’s no surprise that cottage industry bag makers jumped on board. In particular, the waterproofness and structure of the fabric was far greater than other lightweight materials used at the time, such as silnylon. The waterproof film provides waterproofness up to 200 PSI, which means packs are pretty much rainproof and don’t gain weight whilst hiking in the rain.

[ reference: carryology ]


 

 

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