Stay organised while navigating from point A to B with the women-specific 31-litre Recon daypack. The Recon is perfect for city-missions and features a redesigned suspension system for all-day comfort, a 15″ laptop sleeve in the main compartment for taking your work with you and a tablet sleeve in the front compartment. Keeping up your fluids when you’re on the go can be tough so the Recon has a hydration port and two stretch-mesh water bottle pockets to make it easy to stay hydrated. A stretch-front stash pocket means you can easily carry a helmet, soccer ball or just stash some extra gear on the exterior.Fabrics:210D Cordura® nylon mini-ripstop (TNF Black, Brindle Brown/Luminous Pink, Hydro Green/Snowcone Red), 420D nylon, 300D heather polyester, 600D polyester print, 1680D Ballistic s nylonFeatures:Iconic 31-litre backpack updated with a stretch front stash pocket and improved organisationWomen-specific FlexVent™ suspension system boasts custom injection-moulded shoulder straps, a padded mesh back panel with a spine channel shaped for an ergonomic fit and a wicking lumbar panel for maximum support and ventilationWomen-specific shoulder straps with flexible attachment points are contoured for a women’s smaller framePadded, fleece-lined 15″ laptop sleeve in main compartment protects laptop from bumps and fallsPadded, fleece-lined tablet sleeve located in the front compartment for quick accessFront stash pocket with stretch side panels for additional volumeSecondary compartment has internal organisation with a fleece-lined media pocket, secure zippered pocket and elastic webbing for cord managementReflective bike-light loop, reflective water bottle tabs and reflective shoulder strap webbing create 360 degrees of reflectivityExternal fleece-lined pocket for sunglasses or electronicsTwo water bottle pockets made with stretch mesh offer ability to conceal contentsComfortable, padded top haul handleSternum strap with whistle buckleRemovable waist beltAverage Weight1179 gDimensions49 cm x 36 cm x 24 cmVolume31 litres
Picking Apples in Australia is another big crop where you can get work picking fruit.
Historically, Tasmania is the biggest apple growing state so much so its named the Apple Isle.
Despite this apples are grown in all states except Northern Territory.
In Queensland, the picking season starts in February in Stanhope one of the only areas of …More