Matador Releases Hydration Compatible Packable Backpack

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Matador Packable Adventure Gear releases the Freerain32 hydration-compatible waterproof backpack, the largest and most technically-advanced bag in its product line. The Freerain32 joins Matador’s Advanced Series, which boasts industry-leading technology in products designed to withstand the demands of adventure travel.

“The Freerain32 is the lightest, most capable, fully waterproof packable backpack on the market,” said Chris Clearman, Founder and CEO of Matador. “We upgraded the features of our Freerain24 and added hydration capabilities, offering more volume and features than ever before. Whether you’re exploring a new city, backpacking for a night, or keeping a pack on hand for whatever adventures could arise, the Freerain32 should be in every traveler’s quiver.”

The Freerain32 features waterproof CORDURA® fabric, sealed seams and sealing zippers to withstand extreme elements. The zippered main compartment expands to nearly 40 liters when waterproof capabilities are not required, and when the rolltop design is activated, the compartment offers waterproof protection for 32 liters of gear. Additional features include a waist belt with pockets, an adjustable sternum strap, compression straps, tether points and hooks for trekking poles and breathable weight-distributing shoulder straps. The Freerain32 can compress to fit in the palm of a hand and the storage bag’s rolltop design is elongated for efficient packing.

The Freerain32 (MSRP: $89.99) is are available now at select retailers and online at

Mark Ranum: Mark is an outdoor adventure seeker, living in the beautiful state of Michigan. He loves trekking hundreds of miles through the wilderness, whether on two feet or two wheels, always looking for the next new trail or road to see where it will take him.
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