- 【Durable Material】This 28-liter backpack is made of 600D polyester, and the buckles and zippers are made of YKK.
- 【Hydration Compartment】This assault pack with hydration compartment and can hold a 2 Liter hydration bladder (hydration bladder is not included), the tube is fed through the top of the bag near the grab handle.
- 【Consummate Design】This rucksack has a molle system and Molle webbing throughout for attaching additional pouches or gear. The molle backpack also has bottom compression straps, it can hang your sleeping bag, tripod, or tent. There is also a patch area on the top of the camping backpack, which can be used to paste your favorite badges.
- 【Waist belt Design】The waist belt of this backpack is stitched in, but you can slide them into the middle space behind the back padding support. It’s a pretty snuggle fit and won’t slide back out on its own.
- 【Ideal & Outdoor Companion】This molle backpack with a chest strap is suitable for outdoor activities, school, or work, so it’s your best choice for a 3-day assault pack, camping backpack, motorcycle backpack, or hiking daypack. It can even be used for a laptop backpack, boy scout backpack, or EDC backpack.
Okay, so I know this will sound “sexist”, but I spent weeks building/outfitting a bug-out bag (2 of everything that was necessary) for my wife and I. In a public setting where I mentioned it, she yells out “oh yeah, he’s gonna be safe, what about me?” LOL Anyway, the BOB was a little heavy so I decided to get her one, and stock it with all of the duplicate supplies, tools, food, hygiene, power, etc. Her favorite color is purple, so viola! It’s fully complemented with compartments, straps, molle webbing etc. Hopefully she loves it at Christmas!
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This backpack – if usage earns even moderately -decent ratings on toughness – seems almost ideal. It’s a good purchase already, given it’s price point … It’ll be phenomenal if it doesn’t fail apart/fail in the.next 6 months of use/abuse.I was looking for a new, non-expensive, well-rated pack to use while riding on-/off-tarmac on my R1200GS. My requirements included being hydration bladder compatible (my 3L fits, no sweat), fitting my 6’2″ frame (surprisingly well!), sweet-spot size (not too big or too small) with actually-usable capacity (several effective partitions/compartments), able to carry my tools/water/etc. when I choose to not use my tailbag/panniers, decent zippers (time will tell but they’re great initially), Molle attachment points (mounting my IFAK, if needed), and compression straps (to skinny it up/cinch it down when lightly loaded & keep things from shifting around independent of its load). And dual-use (for me) to ride with whatever gear/satellite comms I want on my person and to use for hiking once I get to my camping spots/trailheads.The left *or* right shoulder pass-through channels for the hydration tube is a new-to-me/effective design. Pleased to “discover” the smaller zippered compartments: one for pens/toothbrush/batteries/ibuprofen/tripod in an easy to access spot & the other on the bottom (likely for wet swimsuit, sweaty tshirt?). Unique compression straps that could be used to strap longer items (trekking poles, fishing rod) vertically and bottom straps (sleeping bag/ranger roll) low/laterally.I love the stow-away compartment for the hip belt when it isn’t needed! (“First World Problem” solved but nice.) I liked that this bag has pouches on both sides of the bag. (Never quite understood many packs only having one/potentially feeling imbalanced.) Zippered, too, is a plus. i have to see if they can fit a 32 oz Nalgene bottle (like one reviewer said works); not a requirement for me (water bladder), but it’d be a nice option if I want to leave the bladder behind. I should be able to fit my tall MSR fuel bottles, though (camp stove fuel/extra go-juice for my trusty steed). In either case – Nalgene or fuel bottles – if they don’t quite fit, it’ll be easy to cinch them in/peaking out the top & still be confident they won’t fall out.I was slightly disappointed by the weird crackling sounds the bag made when I first un-boxed (-bagged, actually). I was sure it was due to tissue paper, but it was from the questionably-durable internal nylon(?) lining/partitioning material. I hope that quiets down &, more importantly, lasts longer than I currently fear it might.I’ll start putting the pack through the torture it’s been sentenced to (daily motorcycle commute despite being 20degF today & trail riding this weekend … eat/sleep/ride/repeat, etc.) & will update my review with how it holds up to the abuse.
Zen hiking girl
I bought this bag because of the awesome hip belt to get more weight off my shoulders, because the side pouches are perfect size for 16 oz Nalgenes, and because I really wanted a pretty merlot color hiking bag! It functions beautifully and I’m so happy with the color!
Surprisingly, it held up very well after three hike trips. Comfortable to carry, not too big, not too small. Lots of room and enough pockets. A pocket for water bladder was huge. And, a good looking backpack.
Muy buena calidad de materiales y la capacidad de almacenamiento es asombrosa.
No complaints! Plenty of nice pockets and seems rather durable after my mission trip to El Salvador and 4 months of carrying to work.
Holds more gear than expected but isn’t one of those oversized bags that couldn’t also be a carry-on. I’m quite impressed so far. Very comfortable on the back as well. Gave it 4 stars instead of 5 because it’s brand new and haven’t put through any work yet. Seems to be nice quality, but we’ll see how it holds up.
OK so I bought a similar backpack by a brand who markets towards skateboarders, sponsors contests, videos etc and has been around for years. I won’t name names but they’re mainly a watch company and they’re named after a disgraced former president. You do the detective company on that one shouldn’t be too hard. That backpack was twice as much and the griptape of my skateboard was wearing holes through the material (they bragged about eco friendly materials, in my experience that means NOT DURABLE)This thing shows no wear after multiple uses. I strap my board on and then ride my bike. This has two small loops on the bottom of the backpack that are adjustable straps. What this allows is, after you’ve strapped in the board, you can run these loops over the bottom wheels, then tighten. This means it’s SNUG and doesn’t slide around/up and down. SECURES the board. Works with boards as wide as 9.25 inches also!This feels durable, well made, good zippers and you can store a ton of stuff in it. Best part is the side compartments are HUGE like a big fanny pack each. They can each easily accommodate an XBOX or Nintendo Switch Pro controller, for reference. I fit a full sized metal skate tool and wax in there and there’s still room for more stuff. Love this bag, would buy again. The color was a little dark compared to most “olive/army” green products but it looks good and I’d highly recommend it. The skateboard backpack market sucks right now. Most bags that strap on boards aren’t durable enough or they’re tiny or both. Try this if you skate! two weeks in and 5 stars so far, literally zero complaints. Also you can get to almost all the compartments even with the board strapped in! (just not the very front one. that’s better than most skate bags!
So I read a lot of the reviews and there’s some polarization out there. I’ve left a lot of reviews and I always try to give thorough and useful information…so…MAYBE some people did have a terrible chemical smell. MAYBE some people did, with light use, break their seams. I don’t know.Here’s my appraisal:It’s a $40 bag. It’s not going to carry 80 lbs across death valley…if you’re buying a $40 bag for that kind of usage the problem is not the bag. I carry a laptop and a bunch of drone equipment – radio, batteries, drones. The horizontal straps are PERFECT for holding a quadcopter, Side pockets big enough for lots of spare props, Largest compartment holds the laptop and has room for three micro quads in their cases, fpv goggles, and a little room to spare at the top. On top of the largest compartment there are two more of decreasing size. The first is large enough to hold a few isdt chargers, a multimeter, and my radio in its case. Outside of that is a thinner pocket in which I easily toss 8 x 1500mah Lipos. And the straps on the back will hold 2 x 210 size drones at minimum.Total weight I’m carrying is about 19 lbs. I’ve stressed cheap bags before and know the sound of straps giving out, this is not the case with this backpack.That said, here’s the good: It’s stylish, smells fine, and is functional. If you want something made from rugged premium material, spend more.The bad: The WHOLE bag is the same material – a quick caution that the product image makes the material look sort of ‘padded’ – it is not. It also does not appear to be water resistant at the seams or zippers. If the bag gets splashed your laptop will probably be fine, but don’t go for a long walk in the rain.The ugly: Because I bought on the cheap, My expectations were low. None of my fears from reading the worst of the reviews were justified. It’s not that old but doesn’t have a lot of loose threads (looks pretty darn good honestly) so I expect at least a couple years out of it with regular use and a light load.All in all, I’d recommend it. Definitely a great cheap bag for drone users with the straps, though you’re limited to 2 quads on the back of it.
I take daily walks of 3 to 5 miles. It sits nicely above my hip bone. Plenty of adjustment in the belt, chest and shoulders. Would like to see more cushion in shoulder straps. I may try to rig something. 5 stars. Amazing price. I don’t see why someone would spend over 100$ for a day pack that could easily be used for an overnight when 41$ is sufficient. Also holds my 3 liter bladder with @ 2.5 liters
It’s exactly what I wanted. It’s enough space that you don’t go crazy filling it up.. it’s a vehicle get home bag and it’s literally exactly what I wanted. Note: when you fill on pocket it intrudes into the inner pockets.. just be mindful how you load out. I still managed to get 28 pounds inside and it wears well. It’s fairly inexpensive for the quality.. which I can’t speak enough about—it is very well made. I say make the purchase!
This is my new favorite backpack. I took this to a convention, had quite a bit of stuff in it and wore it all day (12+ hours), and could barely even feel it. It feels incredibly lightweight. Both myself (5′ 2″, small build) and my husband (6′ 3″, large build) are able to wear it comfortably. It is quite sturdy and makes for a great carry-on. I’ll update if anything negative comes up but at this point, I’m extremely happy with this purchase.