Terra Nova Laser 35 Litre Pack

35 Litres / No Frame / Hydration Compatible
Weighs 506g
Code: SS18555
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The updated Terra Nova Laser 35 Pack is made using the same fabric that Terra Nova uses on their light weight tents, this versatile bag is ideal for use on mountain marathons or cycling when you need maximum storage.

Terra Nova says:

The Laser 35 is an extremely lightweight rucksack with all the features you would expect to find for this type of pack. It provides 35 litres of storage but still comes in under half a kilo in weight.

The pack is made with Litetex ripstop nylon fabric which has a DWR finish on the outer and PU coated backing for good water repellence and stain resistance.

Terra Nova's Laser 35 Litre Pack have updated their Laser Pack series. This 35 litre version provides a well thought out and designed pack with plenty of useful features and a huge amount of space to store your kit. It now has a large main pocket with an easy to operate V opening which makes it easier to see what's inside your bag, this main opening has a hydration pocket inside and is offers plenty of space to keep your gear in. There's also a smaller zipped front pocket for your valuables, two generous elasticated side pockets and two zipped hip belt pockets too.

It's made with Litetex ripstop nylon fabric which has a DWR finish on the outer and PU coated backing for good water repellence and stain resistance. This bag has light padding and a mesh cover, coupled with contoured waist strap and adjustable chest strap to offer comfort on the go.

It's important to remember with frameless packs like this, that the way you fill your bag is important as you will feel objects sticking into your back if you don't think about placements when packing. Overall great for running, cycling, skiing or walking where low weight is important and you don't need a more structured back.

- Reviewed by Ultralight Outdoor Gear

  • The top opening main storage area has a pocket to hold a hydration bladder in place, it also includes a removable 8mm foam pad for added comfort
  • There are 2 side pockets with draw cords for external storage plus handy compression cords for carrying extra gear externally.  If the pack isn't full the compression cords are great at holding contents in place while you're on the move  
  • The hip belt includes a useful zip pocket either side, ideal for keeping keys safe or for snacks, there's also another zip pocket on the top of the pack
  • If you are cycling, you'll find the clear pocket lower down the pack a useful addition - it can house a rear LED light and has been designed to prevent lights popping off and getting lost when you're on the move
  • Safety features include a whistle incorporated in the chest strap clip and reflective detailing to aid visibility in poor light
  • Number of Pockets: 5
  • No. of hydration system tube entry points: 2
  • Capacity: 35 litres
  • Weighs: 506g
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Review Summary - 2 out of 5 based on 1 rating.
January 9, 2020 | Pete T
Uncomfortable, expensive

I own a Terra Nova Laser 25 – my best day-hiking, biking, around town, ultralight pack ever – and was looking for greater capacity for overnight hikes and carry-on only air travel up to 7 kg. This pack has the capacity, just, but it’s not comfortable over any distance with weights above about 4 kg. The hip belt has extra padding compared to my Laser 25 but is much wider and doesn’t stay well on the hips unless I tighten the very thin strap belt to the max, which digs into my stomach and becomes painful after an hour or so. Similarly, the shoulder straps hang off my shoulders, and they need to be 6 inches longer to let them out fully when I want. Maybe it might suit someone shorter, but at 5 foot 10 I’m no giant, and the chest strap is already up around my throat on the lowest setting. The pack has a light foam frame which helps for light loads, but this pack just hangs too low and lacks support with heavier weights up around 7-8 kg. The lid pocket is handy, and there’s a couple of side fabric pockets, though stretch mesh as on the original Laser 25 would be handier. This pack needs to go back to the drawing board. I’ve ended up with a very expensive gym bag, which is about all it’s good for.

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