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Alf Alderson reviews the Arc'teryx Aerios 10, a well-designed, simple daypack

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Light, simple, well designed
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The lightweight Aerios 10 is a great option for fast and light summer travel, and although it’s aimed at trail runners and hikers looking for a minimalist daypack it works equally well for mountain biking, with its simple and well thought out design.

It holds a hydration bladder (not supplied) and there’s a main compartment for food and waterproofs plus a small zipped inner security pocket, a generously sized bungee cord for extras and a couple of small mesh pockets on either side.

The Aerios also features an AeroForm™ backpanel for maximum airflow and a modular waist belt that can be positioned higher on the abdomen for superior bounce control.

For warmer weather and/or shorter days on the hills the Aerios 10 makes is a good option.