Gear Review: Vaude Citus 24L Daypack

Our friend Daniel over at Trail and Mountain recently took an in depth look at the new Vaude Citus ultralight backpack. The pack weighs in at only 1.1 pounds, making it a super light option for day hikes, bike commutes, and peak bagging.  The Citus features a ventilated mesh back panel, along with ventilated shoulder straps and a hip belt making it super breathable and further cutting weight.

In his review, Daniel says that "where the pack really excels is the back panel" calling it "really really cushiony, and breathable."

Watch the full review here:


  1. The design is great, but the size... I would need a slightly bigger one :) But it looks really well built actually, and I think that if you are okay with the size, you won't go wrong with this model. Also, if you want to get familiar with some other brands and models, as well as with different price ranges, I suggest checking out an article I found on the web, talking about how to choose the right daypack and offering revies of some of the best models on the market. You can check it out here: http://hikingmastery.com/top-pick/best-daypack-for-hiking.html

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