What do you use Gourdon for? Maybe a bag for your commute, a day bag for going out with the kids, the perfect companion on a canoe trip, an expedition along the Skye Ridge, coasteering even? We’ve been selling the Gourdon for almost ten years and it has seen many adventures with staff and customers.
A go anywhere bag, equipped to deal with whatever the weather throws at you. A roll top that easily secures everything inside, waterproof Taslan fabric and taped seams to keep the water out and an integrated padded rucksack strap system - all together in a lightweight package that does more than the price suggests.
We don’t know what Gourdon was originally designed for, so go figure him out for yourself... there are 3 sizes to choose from.
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If one of our products does not meet your expectations upon delivery or, if during its lifetime does not live up to the demands placed upon it, please return it to us for repair, replacement or refund. If the problem is our fault then we will do this to your satisfaction, if it’s your fault then we will help out the best we can.
Trek and Mountain June 2011 -
Trek and Mountain review the Gourdon 25 and award it 8/10.
A bit different, but good value and surprisingly usefulTrek and Mountain
Countryfile May 2013 - Jon Doran
Counrtyfile pick three of the best waterproof products to feature in the May 2011 issue. Gourdon is one of the top picks.
Genuinely waterproof day-packs are few and far between, which makes Alpkit's excellent Gourdon packs a rare beastJon Doran
Gourdon is a strange little beast. First he was a roll-top dry bag with a couple of carry straps, then he became a favourite on the beach keeping all the sand out of our sandwiches. He even managed to fake it as a ultra-light race pack. What we found was that Gourdon unlike most men was actually quite good at doing a few things at the same time.