Monday, August 19, 2013

Great Backpack

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Best Ever Backpacks: Backpack multiple zippered adjustable detachable

Backpack multiple zippered adjustable detachable

I purchased two of these bags for a vacation with my boyfriend (one in light blue and the other in black--at the time the black was the cheapest but I see now it has gone up in price). The bags performed well beyond my expectations!

We went to California and planned to hit up SeaWorld, Legoland, and the San Diego Zoo. I wanted something simple and lightweight, and I wanted something relatively cheap so that I could buy two. I thought something water-resistant would be nice (for SeaWorld and the Legoland waterpark), but I also purchased dry bags so it wasn't the most important thing. These bags actually held up in water far better than I would ever have expected! While we had our cell phones, cameras and wallets in dry bags, there were spare T-shirts and things in these bags that did not get wet at all, even after we rode the "Shipwreck Rapids" ride twice, getting pretty thoroughly soaked in the process.

The strings were a little long for me, but it's easy to adjust them by pulling the drawstrings shorter and then tying them in knots to keep them that way.

I thought these might be bags we used on this vacation and then tossed when we were done, but I will be keeping these around for future trips and will use them until they fall apart, which will probably be a pretty long time.

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4 comments :

  1. I purchased this a gift for my son-in-law. It arrived very quickly and seems well made. He says the size and compartments are exactly what he needs for a day of hunting. The padded shoulder straps are a plus.

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  2. Corey Bernard11/25/2012 10:32 AM

    The pack I received was not the "Camping" Extreme Pak (pictured), but instead was the "Heavy Duty" Extreme Pak (has the fish-net pocket on the back). I was looking for a small camo pack to store my gear when in the field, hunting coyotes. Although the "H.D." is bigger than I wanted, it's still useable, and not worth the hassle, or the expense, to send it back. That said, the "Heavy Duty" model is well made; the zippers function just fine, and there are beaucoup pockets. A plus is that the waist belt is padded (as are the shoulder straps). The "Heavy Duty" would serve well as a day-hike pack, but it's a bit light for overnight use. A great value for the money.

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  3. Cherry Marsh11/26/2013 7:32 AM

    My family and I are putting together bugout bags for each car. I love the material heavy and thick and I really like that you can separate the bottom from the top. It's also deep with a lot of pockets for your supplies. I Will be ordering more YOU CAN'T BE THE PRICE, looked at other stores and online want double and triple the price. And the other companies product didn't have as many pockets and no separation. I will be ordering more.

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