son loves it, bit small but, worth it
Outdoor Products Venture Daypack Backpack, Turbulence
Arrives by Tue, Aug 11
About This Item
Outdoor Products Venture Daypack
- Front organizer keeps your pens, pencils, and other accessories neatly sorted
- Front soft-lined pocket protects glasses and electronic devices.
- Side water bottle pcokets make easy access to your bottle or other accessories.
- Padded shoulder straps make it a comfortable backpack to carry.
- Multiple webbing attachment loops
- Hydration compatible (reservoir not included and sold separately)
- 17 Liters
- 17.7"" x 9.4"" x 5.5""
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Great all around pack
This is a wonderful back pack you can not beat the price and quality. It's not small it's a typical Jan Sport pack size. I like the medium size so it's small enough to carry and tuck away when needed. The quality surpasses what I've seen in packs costing 4x as much. The only thing I wish is that it had dual zippers on the most outward pocket vs just a single one.
I rarely write a gushing review, but this backpack is my new bae. It's hard to find an adult backpack that's just the right size for a woman who's on the petite side but doesn't want either a kids backpack or something, well, girly. This one is the perfect size for me -- it has just enough room for the things I need for work during the week, but isn't so big that it's too bulky for short day hikes. And the pockets -- the organizer pocket, the ADJUSTABLE water bottle pockets... It's perfect. Plus it's my favorite color (orange) :) ...and it was less than $15!
I got this for when I work which sometimes are long shifts and I need to bring, extras layers for cold or rain and water and snacks. This has plenty of room for everything and has 2 water bottle pockets. I also like the fact that it has 2 smaller pockets on the front for little things so they don't get lost. It has a pocket that you can put a table in but I haven't done that yet. I am very happy with this backpack.
I really like it
I bought this at a discounted price and really like it. I use it as my daily purse. It's lightweight, and has comfortable shoulder straps (not those flat, no padding kind). I'm 5ft tall and isn't oversized on me. It as plenty of room for using as a daily purse.
Bought 2 more when they were around $15 after abusing the first one and being well impressed. Thought they were excellent value then. At just over $10, I wouldnt blink at getting more. We use ours for hiking, packed full, and have used the MOLLE loops for attaching other gear like bed rolls. It's only 17L, but that forces you to leave stuff at home you don't need. It's perfect for carrying the 10 "C's" in Bushcraft with food and water and still have a little room left over. The materials have held up to a year of weekly hiking and being moved from vehicle to house daily. It's not a 3 day pack. What its good for is to to carry the essentials and/or use as an EDC bag or Get Home (quick) Bag.
Definitely worth the money
I didn't realize it until the zipper went out today, but I've been using this to carry around my laptop for a little over a year. Definitely worth the money. Yes it's a little on the small side, but can't complain.
this was a gift but it looked really nice
Very good pack for $12. A nice simple backpack.
This is a pretty simple pack. It has a front pouch with a couple inner pockets, a pouch above that with a soft lining intended for glasses or phone. A drawstring pouch on each side that will hold a standard bottle, sunscreen or phone. The main compartment is pretty big with a sleeve to hold a water bladder or smaller laptop, with a hose port on top and another on the bottom. There is molle/pal webbing on the outside that you can attach pouches. The material is good, with a plastic backing so it should be fairly rain resistant. The straps are well padded, almost too padded, with a decent sternum strap. Its snug fitting with lots of strap left for adjustment. I am a regular size dude, but this would fit a teenager very well. I might describe this as a mildly tactical pack, but not as rambo looking as most tac packs. I bought it in orange for use as a diaper/baby bag and because of the color doesnt come across as tactical at all. For the price (I paid 12 bucks) its a good pack.
Its actually more light gray blue than a dark gray color. A little smaller than a jansport backpack. Padding is thick. Not too bad for the price (cheapest ive seen)
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