✨Ultimate Adventure Companion: With an enormous 80L capacity, this backpack is perfect for trips lasting over 5 days. Multiple pockets and webbing keep everything organized during long outdoor adventures. The expandable main storage bag can fit all your essentials.
✨Effortless Accessibility: The zippered opening on the side lets you access the middle of the bag without emptying everything. It’s perfect for those on the go, making it an ideal choice for busy individuals.
✨Perfect Fit for All: The customizable comfort features let you adjust the torso length, shoulder straps, and waist belt for a perfect fit. It’s suitable for men, women, and youth, making it versatile and convenient for anyone.
✨Breathe Easy: The ergonomic back pad and shoulder cushions provide maximum comfort. The 3D breathable mesh shoulder straps with sponge padding help relieve stress and keep you cool during extended use.
✨Built to Last: Made from durable, water-resistant nylon with sturdy YKK zippers and well-stitched seams, this backpack can withstand the toughest conditions. It even comes with an extra rain cover in the bottom zip pocket for added protection.
Michael HamerlindMichael Hamerlind
Bought this pack for a 9 day odyssey through SE Asia and can’t rave enough about it. Perfect size for a week plus of clothes, gear, and more. An abundance of compartments and pockets, straps and clips to tighten just about ever angle and side, and very comfortable. Great balance point and customizable back strap positions for all body types. I’m almost 6am and it fit me great. I got this for the ease of use in traveling around the rural parts of Vietnam where I didn’t want to be rolling a suitcase around. Durable and very well made. For the price, it’s hands down better than others I looked at over at REI for triple and quandruple the price.
Fair honest reviewerFair honest reviewer
Fantastic pack. True 80L pack means room for all you will ever want to carry. Stitching and zippers seem to be sturdy. It was right at 40 pounds when I set started. End of day 4 it was rubbing my side a little but not too bad at all. After the test I gave it, I can say it was an extremely good, reliable pack for the money.
Daniel C. StatesDaniel C. States
Fully loaded for winter camping with 40 lbs in it, this pack did great!
Inside the bag in the picture:- Cookware.- Food for four days.- Three liter water bladder.- Clothing for four days.- Sleeping bag.- Sleeping pad.- Four lenses, two camera bodies, batteries, filters, cleaning gear, and accessories.- Battery pack.- Rain jacket.- Rain pants.- Fire Maple FMS-X2 (awesome product).- Emergency kit (first aid and more).- French press.- Coffee mug.- Lifestraw water filtration system.In addition, the tent and my camera tripod were mounted externally. In the picture everything is in or on the bag minus the tent.
This bag is really confortable, there are a lot of pockets all around it and straps to compress everything. You can also put some stuff outside the bag (sleeping bag, tent) with some straps.Just used it for a 2-week trip in Florida with all my camping gears and clothes. It seems pretty good quality for the price.
O. WilsonO. Wilson
I bought this as a starter overnight backpacking pack for someone, so I will update this review once I’ve had a chance to use/gift it.My only comparable modern backpack experience is with high-end Gregory packs and a family member with a new REI pack. This looks almost as well thought out and constructed as those. It has noticeably less padded and sophisticated suspension, but that may not affect comfort and use. It’s comfortable and adjustable in all the usual backpack places. The torso height adjustment maxes out at 18″, so if you are over 5’10”, it might not fit well (see below and in photos).2016-11-30: I haven’t used this yet other than putting about 40lbs in it and walking around the house.– Features from the top down –All straps on this pack are 3/4″ webbing and have elastic ‘keepers’ except the shoulder strap webbing is 1″ and waist belt is 1.5″‘brain’ (top pouch) tie-in straps are about 36″ long and are removable.’brain’ has a bottom mesh pocket and separate outer normal pocket.main compartment bag has a drawstring and cord lock and an ‘extension’ with another drawstring/cord lockmain compartment has 2 quick clips inside (to hold hydration bladder?)main compartment has a water bladder pouch (only about 8″ tall)framesheet is completely removable from a zippered compartmentframesheet is plastic with holes, and two vertical solid aluminum stays. No anti-barreling cross barthere is a large outer front pocket, separate from the main compartmentthe outer front pocket zips away from the main compartment allowing you to panel load the main compartment.the front has two daisy chains on the outer pocketthe vertical-zipper outside-accessible pocket is on the leftthe ice axe/trekking pole upper retainers are elastic cord with a cord lock for adjustability and a quick-releasethe main and bottom compartment are separated by a zippered flap, but there are small gaps at each end of the zipper. This is more separated than the typical ‘flap and straps’ method, but potentially less strong since it relies on the zipper strength.mesh water bottle pockets on each sideice axe loops are above to bottom compartment zipper so they don’t block it.bottom compartment straps only cover the ‘door’ and do not extend around the bottom of the pack (cannot carry anything onthe bottom of the pack)there is a small reflective strap/loop about 1.5″ long on the front of the bottom. You could clip something to itbottom is a heavier nylon material than the rest of the pack, but not a ‘smooth’ impervious kindthe rain cover is accessed on the rear of the pack (by your butt) in a zippered compartment. It is removable, held on by a strap and slider.shoulder straps are decently padded an comfortable; they have permanent D-rings attached.sternum strap is easily height adjustable, has an elastic portion, and the buckle is also a whistlewaist belt is decently padded, but is a single adjustment type (no mechanical advantage like newer Gregory or Osprey packs)waist belt has zippered pockets on each side. The pockets are close to the kidney area, even on a smaller waist, but still accessible. On a large waist, i would not count on being able to use them easily, but you could add pockets to the webbing part of the belt.
Frederick C CallFrederick C Call
Actually bought 2 sizes (70 & 80 L), intending to return one, but liked them both so well that I kept both. Nice features and attachment points. Roomy enough for winter/snow use with extra bulky gear. Just hiked all the White Mountains Presidents in a long day of a four day trip, and very pleased with adjustability to minimize fatigue. There are plenty of nice packs out there, but for the money, these are a great deal.