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Dakine Nomad Reviews and Buyer's Guide (Feb 2019)

3.60 based on 4 reviews

This bag has very few reviews, so we haven't ranked it.




Reviews Summary


100% of the Dakine Nomad reviews are good or excellent!

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Here's what the reviewers think about the Dakine Nomad:

Reviewers like these things about the Dakine Nomad

  • Some users refer to it as the perfect daily commuter and weekend hiking backpack.
  • Many reviewers are happy with how it's able to fit personal stuff and a Mac Book Air effortlessly without being too large or heavy for daily commute.
  • Other reviewers find its workmanship excellent.
  • Some users describe it as lightweight, breathable and comfortable.
  • Many users love the breathable back panels to keep air flowing and keep them cool.
  • A lot of reviewers find the internal sleeve very useful as hydration or laptop compartment.
  • Some reviewers appreciate the presence of shoulder straps with quick access phone pocket.
  • Many users love the multiple and functional pockets for a variety of storage options.
  • Some reviewers liked its simple but solid design.
  • One owner who used it as motorcycle backpack liked how the chest and waist straps secures the bag in place during rides.

Reviewers don't like these things

  • Other users thought it lacks additional pockets.
  • Some reviewers find it a bit smaller for their needs.



Popular Models


Dakine Nomad 18

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Vs Other Bags


Crowdsourced comparisons of the Dakine Nomad vs 4 other, similar bags.

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Dakine Nomad vs Camelbak HAWG


Dakine Nomad
Dakine Nomad

3.60
Based on 4 reviews
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Weight:
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Camelbak HAWG
Camelbak HAWG

4.54BEST
Based on 130 reviews
Capacity:
Weight: 2.15 oz
Price: $$$

  • The Nomad is rated much worse than the HAWG.
  • In total, we have checked and analyzed 134 reviews of the two bags.

Both bags are available in these colors:
Blue

Only the HAWG is available in these colors:
Orange
Black
Red




Dakine Nomad vs Camelbak MULE


Dakine Nomad
Dakine Nomad

3.60
Based on 4 reviews
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Weight:
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Camelbak MULE
Camelbak MULE

4.25BEST
Based on 293 reviews
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Price: $$

  • The Nomad is rated somewhat worse than the MULE.
  • In total, we have checked and analyzed 297 reviews of the two bags.

Both bags are available in these colors:
Blue

Only the MULE is available in these colors:
Black
Red
Orange

The Nomad and MULE are intended for similar purposes. Both packs provide space, compartments, and ease of carriage for those who wish to use them. Where they differ is the precise situations you would want to bring them.

The Nomad is somewhat similar to a school backpack especially its harnesses. You'll want to use this for college textbooks or something of that nature.

The Camelbak MULE is made for the outdoors with its hydration system and air ventilation. Buy it if you enjoy athletic events or physical activity in general.


Dakine Nomad vs Dakine AMP


Dakine Nomad
Dakine Nomad

3.60
Based on 4 reviews
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Dakine AMP
Dakine AMP

4.08BEST
Based on 12 reviews
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Weight: 1.5-2.35 oz
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  • The Nomad is rated somewhat worse than the AMP.
  • In total, we have checked and analyzed 16 reviews of the two bags.

Both bags are available in these colors:
Blue

Only the AMP is available in these colors:
Black
Red




Dakine Nomad vs Dakine Drafter


Dakine Nomad
Dakine Nomad

3.60
Based on 4 reviews
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Dakine Drafter
Dakine Drafter

4.05BEST
Based on 8 reviews
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Weight: 1.3-2.9 oz
Price: $$

  • The Nomad is rated slightly worse than the Drafter.
  • In total, we have checked and analyzed 12 reviews of the two bags.

Both bags are available in these colors:
Blue

Only the Drafter is available in these colors:
Black







Selected Reviews


Bike Radar

Dakine's Nomad is a bit of a benchmark pack and with good reason. Solidly built, the neat touches like the option to hide pad straps beneath the bottom of the bag and the two deep hip pockets indicate a pack that's been well thought through. There's plenty of space for tools in the front zip pocket, and all the main pockets are double zipped, too.

Posted 20 June 2007 by BikeRadar - Read full review

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Last updated on February 20, 2019

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