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FlowMo Friend

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Product Description

Our new small daypack is simple, clean, and economical, making it one of our most versatile lightweight daypacks for travel, hiking, and anything else! This pack is designed to mold to shoulders and fit as precisely as possible!

  • Shoulder straps incorporate U-Flow technology and are designed with auto-mold materials that make the daypack comfortable to wear so that you can move freely and easily, regardless of how full the bag is. Additionally, the backlength is adjustable, making it perfect for people of all sizes.
  • Attaches easily to Balance Bags and Ultralite Balance Pockets and contains a flip-over rear panel for added accessibility and security.

This lightweight daypack is the perfect backpack for all occasions including school, travelling, work, and more, as it has compartments for a laptop, water bottles, and other common items.

  • FloMo Friend prevents back aches and pains caused by heavy loads.
  • Balance helps to strengthen back rather than hurt it.

This backpack features design technology made to provide maximum comfort and mobility. It’s style makes it the most versatile yet comfortable backpack that’s perfect for any event.

  • FloMo Friend features lockable zip sliders, reflective strips, and a keyring hook for security and organization.
  • Rollup hibelt ends, a padded carry handle, and a 12 cm backlength adjustment adds comfort and usability regardless of size while tuckaway harness and hipbelt helps to balance weight.

We recommend Marathon Balance Pockets (front bags) to attach to this lightweight daypack. You can access the pockets with one hand when trekking, skiing, cycling, or running with these additions.


  • Bags can each hold 1-liter water bottles and snacks and feature a divided compartment for organization.
  • The bags include two mesh pockets with drawcord compression, one pocket with a zip out divider for larger items, ends that velcro to the hipbelt, sides that clip easily to the pack, and shoulder strap ends.

Purchase the Marathon Balance Pockets alone with your comfort backpack for optimal mobility and a great hiking and outdoors experience.

  • Materials:  210D, 100D x 70D, 40D ripstop nylon
  • Color: Green/ Grey  
  • Volume:  Pair: 5.5 L + 1 (external mesh pockets)
  • Dimensions (cm):  Height: 26 / Width: 16 / Depth: 8
  • Weight:   256 gm / pair
5.8 22

Height: 19.7 Width: 11.7

Depth (front-back): 5.9

Height: 50 Width: 30

Depth (front-back): 15

1.7 772








      Sore Shoulders

      Pull back force on shoulders from weight behind

      Add Balance Pockets, or if using them, put more weight in them and loosen front shoulder strap webs

      Too much weight on shoulders

      Loosen front shoulder strap webs

      Hipbelt has slipped down

      Raise hipbelt & retighten &/or shorten

      Balance Pockets are pulling down on bottom of shoulder pads

      Increase back length: Pull up on navy top back panel web

      Bodypack is too hard to put on

      Incorrect technique used

      1. Loosen hipbelt webs before putting the bodypack on for the first time.

      2. Follow this sequence: Place hands underneath Balance Pockets; grab hold of hipbelt center buckles, lift both Pockets & hipbelt up to the right height; clip center buckle together & tighten the tension web loop at top and bottom to get an even pressure at the top and bottom of the hipbelt

      3. When taking the pack off, before releasing the hipbelt center buckle, loosen the side buckles. With familiarity, you can release the 2 tensionlock buckles on each side with each hand simultaneously, by pulling the buckle ends up. Now you have set the pack up to be easy and quick to put on next time

      I do not have the coordination anymore to master this simple sequence

      Substitute Universal Balance Bags for Balance Pockets. These quickly and easily attach after you have put the pack on

      My pack leans to one side

      Your pack will lean to one side, like any brand of pack, if you have the shoulder straps and/or hipbelt adjusted unequally on both sides, or you have loaded the pack unevenly.

      First check that the top stabilizer straps are equal length and the front shoulder strap webs are also equal length. Now check that the hipbelt parts are adjusted to equal length and angle on both sides of the center base plate and the side tension adjustors (cord or web) are of equal length both sides. Now with all these adjustments made, check that the hipbelt ends are sitting at a similar position on each side of your pelvis with the pack on. Finally, check that your U-Flow movement (the movement when you lift one shoulder), is equal on both sides. With everything centered, including the load, there should be no reason for your pack to lean to one side.