Under Armour PTH® Victory Sackpack
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- From the gym to the sports field, this sackpack has tons of room for your everyday gear. Space for team customization
- Front pocket with zip closure ensures essentials stay close at hand
- Foam-padded sackpack drawcords deliver extra comfort when you're on the go
- Large UA logo shows your commitment to performance. Protect This House plaid lining adds style and statement
- Dimensions: 20" x 16" x 0.5". Cubic Volume: 1500
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Top Customer Reviews
But, the real reason I decided to review was because of the "Foam padded, ua branded drawcords." I read that in the description and couldn't believe they were actually including the type of draw cord as a selling point, but these things really are nice. They are about the thickness of a bic pen (or a bit thicker) and the padding really does work. I hadn't realized how much the shoelace like straps on my other bag had been digging into me until I replaced them. All other things being equal, these cords would still convince me to buy this pack.
The bag is a great size, I currently have 5 books inside that are about the typical size of a hardcover book. The books fit nicely with plenty of room. They fit stacked on top of one another, and there is room on either size and above the books as well. Even with all of the books stacked on top of one another, the outside pocket still has room to fit items inside. There is also a small flap zip pocket on the inside top section of the bag big enough to fix keys, cell phone, or mp3 player, possibly all three together. It looks like a decent size but I haven't had the need to use it yet.
The only downside is the straps are thicker than the cheaper versions of drawstring bags which makes it a little difficult to close. Regardless once you get used to the straps there are no issues. This is a great bag and would definitely recommend it to anyone.
***6/12/13 UPDATE: The bag is still holding strong. The straps are no longer a problem. When I was previously trying to close the bag, I would grab all of the straps in one hand and use the other to push outward on the bag to close, which was very difficult. Instead, grab each side of the straps in each hand and pull the straps outward away from one another, the bag will close very tightly that way.
A full-size/hotel towel, a smaller towel/cloth (2x the size of a large washcloth), socks, boxer-briefs, blue-jeans, leather belt, Polo-Shirt/T-Shirt, wallet, keys, spare-change, iphone, ipod, weightlifting gloves, swim-goggles (wrapped in a second sweat-towel/washcloth), travel size vanity kit, and a pad-lock... and I estimate that I could still fit more items (a pair of shoes - or bulkier clothes if you live in a colder climate).
Some extra notes...
I read some reviews, and learned that you could re-tie the back-pack strings internally for a better fit - and it worked like a charm for me. You get plenty of slack so it's really up to you how you want it to fit. I can wear it as a backpack, or I can sling it over my shoulder.
I also love how this thing opens and closes. Yank the cords to cinch it shut, and pry it open with your fingers. It's quick and easy, but still feels very secure.
There is an easily-overlooked, zippered pocket lined with soft felt material just inside the lip of the bag interior that looks like it may be suitable for cell phone storage - but I just use the front pocket for speed.
My only (very very small) issue is that I like clasp my padlock to the bag straps for easy access (don't want to dig around for it). I haven't found a great place to secure it, but this is a pretty trivial problem considering I could just put it in the front pocket, or find another alternative.
It does get some abuse and holds up pretty well
He stuffs a folder, binder, textbook etc in this bag and my only complaint is that after 7 months both straps pulled out of the grommet. The nylon bag itself is incredibly durable, nowhere near being worn out but the broken straps caused us to buy another. The price is right, and it is still of way better quality than anything else we've found. In fact that's why we bought another one.
Overall we like the bag very much. If Under Armour could perfect that one issue this bag would be 5 stars. Will continue to rebuy
Most Recent Customer Reviews
this backpack is perfect for everything that i need. it is large and durable and the straps are not too thin.Published 5 months ago by patricia mckenna
I bought this for my daughter a few years ago. She used it for her gymnastic equipment. So nothing too heavy. She is now using it for her track stuff and it is working out well. Read morePublished 10 months ago by LISA KROBOTH
Been using it for over 2 years, still in like new condition. Awesome backpackPublished 13 months ago by AJ