Overall, this pack blew my expectations away for a $50 product. It's loaded with features, and even the negatives about this pack are relatively minor. Everything that I am about to share with you is based on preparation and usage on the trails of the Emigrant Wilderness. THE GOOD: * This pack is surprisingly comfortable and highly adjustable. While my hiking partner was starting to complain about his shoulders hurting with his pack that cost almost double this one, I was still super comfy, with most of the weight on my hips, where it belongs. * The detachable lid that converts into a backpack is a touch of pure genius! It was extremely handy to have a small pack to carry extra things to the lake, like spare shoes, water filter, etc. * This pack is very roomy. I had no problem fitting my gear, including a large bear canister, into the main compartment with room to spare and all of the other pockets are well-situated for making my smaller items easily accessible. THE BAD: * This is not the lightest pack ever. According to my luggage scale, it came in at about 4 pounds, which is not great, but not terrible for a comparably sized pack. * The sternum strap pops off of the shoulder straps if you try to cinch it down too tight. * The central outside mesh pocket is a little smaller than I would like.
About This Item
- Large top-loading main compartment with cinch closure
- Removable top lid converts itself into a daypack
- Heavy duty grab handle
- Side zip quick access to the main compartment
- Front drop-in pocket for added storage
- Bottom zip compartment* Hydration compatible
- Two side water bottle pockets?
- Trekking pole attachment points
- Adjustable torso system
- Comfy padded back panel and shoulder straps
- Padded waist belt with zip pockets for quick access to essential items
- Interior lightweight aluminum frame helps transfer the weight from upper body to hip
- Rain fly located at the bottom zip pocket
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Amazing (Based on 2 Nights and 9 Miles of Use)
Has lots of compartments for everything. Very sturdy. Comfortable to wear.
Very nice backpack. Use for a couple nights on the trail. Roomy and comfortable.
Plenty of room
This pack is a great value. It has so much space to pack your items and it can be downsized for smaller bikes
Very good backbag, can put a lot of things inside. And there a plenty small pockets. And even though the bags is fulls, it doesnât feel burden when you put the bag on. And the material of the bag is burly!
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