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Maxpedition Sabercat Versipack

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Price: $118.62 - $242.49
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  • Main compartment: 10" x 7" x 4", internal divisions with two 7" x 4" loop fields
  • Frontal: 7" x 7" x 1.5", internal division with key retention
  • Sides: 7" x 4" x 2.5" with mesh division
  • Top: 9" x 4" x 1" with elastic organizer, division, mesh pocket
  • Waist belt: Padded hip support with adjustable 2" waist belt; fits between 28" to 56" waist; concealable

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Product Description

Due to popular demand, we did a supersized variant of our bestselling Proteus Versipack with many added features.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 7 x 10 x 4 inches ; 3 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B002XLF4DW
  • Item model number: 0615
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (41 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,042,595 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

Quality materials, construction and function as well!
Michael
The waist straps can be adjusted to carry the pack across the shoulder like a messenger bag. this is the way i'll be carrying it most of the time.
raven
When you need to count on your gear, and the bag that holds it, you want a dependable kit bag.
Jay Of All Trades

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By raven on December 4, 2009
Color Name: OD GreenSize Name: One Size
I'll use this bag for traveling and general EDC/emergency "get home bag". I don't like anything that will encourage me to pack more then the things I need. Keep it simple and light and have room to spare with this pack.

The other review said that the zippers were on the wrong side. Nope there just right. This pack opens up like a tray infront of you when you have it one the way it was designed to be worn. So the zippers open the main compartment that way for full access. Also the compression straps that wrap around the front can be reversed and snaped together toward the backside of the pack to clean up the front and the pack looks less like a military pack.

The waist straps can be adjusted to carry the pack across the shoulder like a messenger bag. this is the way i'll be carrying it most of the time.

There are plenty of pockets so that creates some confusion at first as to what compartment your opening. That should be fixed with using the pack and getting to know the ins and outs.

The stitching is great maybe over done but that is a good thing when you need it to hold your gear and not wear out in 6 months. I usually use a bag until i wear it out or break it. The fabric is ultra tough so I think i'll have this bag forever. I'll check in later after I take it on a trip.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Cindy on February 7, 2013
Color Name: KhakiSize Name: Large Verified Purchase
So, I had been looking for a good solid fanny pack that would hold plenty of gear, but be small and light enough for a female (ME) to carry all day on hikes and adventures. I ran across a website discussing Mapedition gear and took a look. I was immediately smitten. I am a sucker for quality and this certainly is that! It would take a bomb to destroy this thing.
There is plenty of room for everything I would want to carry on an all day hike. There are zippers and pouches everywhere on this thing and they expand nicely. Once you get it filled, there are straps running all the way around that latch and you have a nice contained pack. It has grommets in the bottoms of most of the pockets to drain water. The zippers are heavy duty and there are lots of them.
PROS: When wearing the pack and you need to get into the main compartment, it unzips so that the lid opens away from you, meaning you can easily see what is inside it. Brilliant. Lots of extra sturdy webbing and such to attach extra doodads to. I am gonna go broke buying all the extra doodads now. :)
The ONLY negative I have to say is that there is no water bottle holder. I know you can buy that separately (and I will) but it is really, really , super expensive. I would have given up a side pocket for the water bottle.
My Sabercat and I are going to enjoy many adventures and it will certainly outlast me.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By William on April 12, 2012
Color Name: KhakiSize Name: Large Verified Purchase
For an upcoming trip, I'd been looking for a bag that could both hold a laptop and camera. I had considered the Think Tank ~ Retrospective 30, Pinestone, Timbuk2 The Snoop Camera Messenger Bag (Algae Green/Cement) and Domke F-832 Medium Photo Courier Bag (Brown RuggedWear), but all felt heavier than I expected when loaded down. I reconsidered my load out and decided to shift the laptop the backpack, allowing for a smaller camera bag. I wanted a shoulder bag with an option for a waist pack attachment to relieve the strain, especially on hikes or long urban walks. This bag fits that bill. It's not a padded bag, but it has many compartments to hold a variety of gear. For me, the main compartment holds a 5d Mk2 + 16-35mm + 50mm f1.4 with room for perhaps another smaller lens. The side pockets fit the 100mm macro and 430EX flash in it's padded case. The non-detachable waist strap holds has MOLLE attachments - I connect a Think Tank Skin Strobe pouch, which easily holds a 1L water bottle. The front pocket holds a Galaxy Tab 7.0 and has room for other thin items. The top zippered compartment holds a small flashlight and cel phone in the stretch webbing and wallet is secure in another zippered compartment. Additionally, I have a small clip case on the outside that holds a Canon S95.

With all this weight, I use a shoulder strap for support, but I've carried this configuration through whole days and it's easy to use and move around as well as take off.
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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Arizonajones on January 14, 2013
Color Name: KhakiSize Name: Large Verified Purchase
I was looking for a nice multi purpose bag to use on short adventures where my other bags and packs aren't ideal. For backpacking I use Lowe Alpine, for day hikes I use Black Diamond or LL Bean, and I have waist pack for short hikes. I wanted something bigger than my waist pack but smaller than my day pack.

I picked this bag for several reasons.
1) I liked the Molle on. I figured this would make it easier to secure to the cargo rack of quad.
2) I liked the color. Living in the desert it's going to get a nice thick coat of dust while in the back of my Jeep or strapped to the quad.
3) Other reviews made it out to be extremely tough. After using it several times I can say that it is living up to it's reputation.
4) Versatility. This can be used for anything from a range bag to hiking.

Here's what I don't like about.
1) All the pockets and poaches. It's almost overkill. There's poaches within poaches which is great but I would like a little more room before it's divided. Like the side poaches have mesh dividers inside. The poaches are small enough and don't need to be divided more. Anyways I feel the designer added stuff just to add stuff.
2) I wish the waist belt was either removable or there was more room to tuck it away. When concealed it pushes into the main compartment.
3) I don't like the drains on the bottom. It's a great concept but drains can work the other way too allowing water into the bag. If you sit this into say a truck bed that has a little water in it after a rain the water can go up into the bag. Same is true with sitting it on wet or muddy ground, a wet picnic table, or anywhere. I just think it isnt necessary to have drains and this goes back to the adding things for the sake of adding things.

Overall though it is a good bag, seems tough and well built.
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