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Overview READ MORECombining the toughness of our haulbags with the style and function you need around town, the Creek Transit 32 is a sleek, functional pack for travel, trips to the gym and the constant motion of daily life.
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DescriptionInspired by life at the crag and built for life on the move, the Black Diamond Creek Transit 32 Pack is a modern commuter-style pack that provides sleek and functional storage for your daily gear. Built with a durable, waterproof shell fabric that offers the rugged toughness of our haulbags, the Creek Transit sports a zippered top lid with internal pocket storage, as well as an exterior-access laptop sleeve that secures a 15-inch computer. A zippered bottom compartment separates your climbing shoes, chalk bag or sweaty gym clothes from the rest of your stuff. Padded shoulder straps and backpanel offer a comfortable carry whether you’re on two feet or two wheels, and haul-loop handles on the top are easy to grab.
- Durable, waterproof shell fabric inspired by our haul bags
- Zippered top lid with large zippered organizer pocket
- Haul loop handles on the top and front
- Exterior-access padded compartment holds a 15” laptop
- Padded shoulder straps and backpanel with removable webbing hipbelt
- Reflective black webbing on front for added visibility
- Zippered bottom compartment separates climbing shoes, chalk bag or gym clothes from main pack
- Haulbag-style bottom sits flat for easy loading
- Raincover available separately
Volume : 32 L (1,953 cu in)
Average Stock Weight : 1660 g (3 lb 11 oz)
Materials : 800d nylon and 1260d ballistic nylon
Creek Transit 32 - Pack is rated out of 5 by 15.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Anna Liina Laitinen from The best pack I've ever had First when I saw this pack, I went straight to the designer and hyped that one. It is everything I've always needed, hoped and wanted!!! Its haul bag shape makes it stable and not fall over, seperate "secret" bottom pocker keeps climbing gear seperate from other stuff, upper pocket perfect for lunch AND my favorite is the laptop pocket outside of the pack right behind your bag. There's also a place for the passport!!! I'm using this one as my day pack when my days are long because of training, working and studying or as a carry on (perfect for travelling!!!!). Genius as a gym-to-crag pack!!!!
Date published: 2018-09-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by Turner from Did someone say do it all? I am a commuter student at Westminster College in SLC and this backpack keeps up great with the daily hustle of school just fine. I think it really shines on the trail though. Last week I hardly had any time and the only pack I had close by was the Creek Transit. Some friends and I did the iconic south ridge of Mt. Superior and it held everything I had. It fits well and has great organization. I love the bottom entrance to the pack that can separate dirty or wet gear from the main compartment. The toiletries pocket is ideal for organization. I love the reflective gear loops for night biking too. I use my wire gate carabiners on the loops all the time. All in all this pack utilizes all potential space and there are features everywhere. I highly recommend this pack.
Date published: 2018-09-02
Rated 3 out of 5 by germandiazm from Good daily/commuting/gym backpack I really like this bag, great hard-wearing material, nice plain design. I love the wet/dry areas and the size of it. I do have 2 things I don't like about it, one is the lack of an external pocket for a water bottle and second, and most important, is that the shoulder straps are quite uncomfortable in the sense that they slide outwards off your shoulders, specially if you are wearing a synthetic t-shirt or jacket so you need to use the sternum strap to prevent that (which I don't really like doing when using it around town, I've had other BD backpacks before and never had this issue, so I guess is just this model.
Date published: 2019-03-18
Rated 4 out of 5 by jackie27 from Allround carrier I use this backpack daily for every occassion: work, gym, hiking and when riding a bike. It is well made of solid materials so I don't have to worry about it at all. There are actually two things to rethink: 1. whenever top pocket is sligthly unzziped everything falls out of it as soon as you open top lid. 2. I somehow miss an easy accessible place to put a bottle of water.
Date published: 2018-12-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by Carl from Plane to crag this pack does it all! I've had the Creek Transit 22 for over a year and love it so was excited to have the option of more space. These bags go from the plane to the cliff with no problem. Love the laptop pocket! The small pocket is perfect for passport and other things you want handy while flying. The bag has a secret, lined, bottom access that separates items from those put into the bag from the top. Perfect for wet or dirty stuff while surfing or climbing. Also perfect for separating things that you don't need while flying but that TSA might want to see. I stuffed all my climbing hardware in the bottom on a recent trip to Europe and sure enough I had to pull it all out. Easy with he bottom access! The material is bomber and came away from 4 weeks of guiding and cragging looking like new. If you want a bag that you can use as a travel bag and/or a crag pack this is it!
Date published: 2018-10-29
Rated 3 out of 5 by Joooeeeee from Perfect size, great for commuting, OK fit. Not sure about on the trail but this pack does do a laptop and 10.5” iPad like nobody’s business. Compartments and grab handles are well thought out. The interior could use a high vis color and the bottom compartment an interior loop or two. The shoulder straps are an absolute drawback on this bag. They are well padded but the placement is strange and good luck getting it to stay with just one shoulder strap, the material is just to slippery. The waist strap def too thin for trail use. Exterior fabric marks easy. Overall I am glad I bought it, wouldn’t have paid full price though.
Date published: 2019-09-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by blukis from Very Solid Commuter Bag I have been using this bag for a month or two on a motorcycle commute to and from work and love it. t is stripped down and clean from a visual perspective, yet comes with a lot of nice features: a ventilated and separated bottom section for dirty clothes or gym shoes, reflective tape, solid and comfortable shoulder straps that keep the bag snug. All the zippers and materials feel very durable and it has also kept all contents dry in rain. It has an ideal capacity to fit a small gym rope, climbing gear, a change of clothes, my laptop, and accessories. The sole thing that seems a little counter-intuitive is that the hinge for the top lid is on the outside (front) of the bag (instead of closer to the shoulder strap side), so it is more awkward to stand up if it isn't full. In general, I'm very pleased with it!
Date published: 2019-05-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by StanDudley from Great All Around Pack Bottom line: Favourite all around bag, great for commuting, day hikes, and sport climbing days. Probably not the best for big days, or heavy packs. Honestly I have been searching for a bag like this for probably 3 years. It is perfect for all around use, commuting, and sport climbing days. 32L is a perfect size, fits my lunch, gym stuff, laptop, notebook, change of clothes, odds and ends, no problem. Lots of separate pockets, which are a decent sizes which helps to keep track of my stuff. The bottom compartment is perfect for gym gear... but just remember to zip it up when it is empty... Seems to be pretty water proof, but I haven’t been in serious rain with it yet. Some cons: the straps are a little thin, and the waist belt is essentially non existent. The back isn’t formed, so it is just m flat, but it does have a lot of cushioning. None of this bugs me day to day, it is still very comfortable, but If you are looking for a pack to do bigger days, multiday stuff, or carry heavy loads for a while I would maybe go with a different bag. It also doesn’t have an external thing for a water bottle, if that’s a deal breaker for you.
Date published: 2018-12-01