G4Free Sport Outdoor Military Backpack Tactical Backpack Molle Rucksack Camping Hiking Trekking Bag Custom Design 40L
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- Capacity: 40L , Size: 50CM(H)*30CM(W)*27CM(L) 19.7*11.8*10.6inch
- Our Most Popular tactical backpack .Attention please: This tactical backpack is CUSTOM DESIGNED BY G4Free, its volume is 40L
- Crafted from 600D polyester fabric, high intensity and durable; Adjustable & removable chest belt and hip belt
- Molle webbing throughout for attaching additional pouches or gear. Padded and adjustable shoulder straps
- Features spacious main compartment with zip around closure, interior zip pocket and mesh pocket .
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If you are an avid outdoors men then you'd know that a good backpack is one of the most important accessory. Then this heavy duty tactical backpack is your ideal choice.
Featured with exquisite design and high quality material (cloth & nylon), this backpack shoulder bag is good for any outdoor, hiking, traveling, cycling and school use.
The small pockets are an excellent way to stay organized and conveniently locate all of your important tools.
It is crafted from nylon fabric, high intensity and durable.
Features spacious main compartment with zip around closure, interior zip pocket and mesh pocket.
Front storage zip compartments.
Grab top handle.
Padded and adjustable shoulder straps.
Side compression straps.
Adjustable & removable chest belt and hip belt.
Breathable mesh backing for comfort.
Item Type: Backpacks
Backpack Usage: Normal Camping & Hiking
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Top Customer Reviews
The stitching is good enough, it's not bad, by any means, but I am pretty sure that when compared to a really high dollar pack you would see some differences.
The smell that a LOT of Chinese products have is not so much there, it is, but it's not one of really bad odors that you have to let air out before use. At least, mine is not that bad. The material is a man-made material, so it will have some odor.
The material is fine, not a problem.
The zippers are fine, but if you need quiet zippers, these are not quite, they are not loud, but if you were in a situation where quiet zippers make a difference, these are your choice, even unzipping them at a slow rate, they have 'zipper' noise.
The space it allows is good, I used it twice already and I am happy enough with it all really, well, almost.
What I don't care for, and they REALLY NEED TO FIX is...
The plastic buckle for your waist is not enough to keep it cinched, if you exhale hard, or, just exhale, the buckle will come unfastened, that is not a good thing at all. I have no doubt that the other buckles that are on here are the same, but they are not under the stress this particular buckle is under. LOOK AT MY PICTURES to see what I mean. They really, REALLY need to get this remedied, this can be a deal breaker if people depended on that, which, some will. The bad news is, they can't just send you a new buckle, since it is sewn onto the belt, you can't just swap it out, it is sewn on both ends, of course if you sew, that is not a problem, Who wants to redo a brand new item they just purchased?
Notice how I have to use a plastic pin to prevent the buckle from loosening, if I lose that pin while I am out, I'll have to find another way. (Please see my pictures for a better explanation)
The same belt that the unsatisfactory buckle is attached to is also problematic, after you adjust the belt to fit your waist, it slips, you re-adjust it, then it slips, it will just not stay where you need it. You either have to not use the belt, or you have to fix it. The way I have fixed is to use tape, I adjusted the belt the way I wanted, then I marked it, then taped it. I plan on installing some snaps later, for now the tape works. The tape goes where a belt loop would go, or where the holes would be located if it were a belt, just tape it tight and it works good.
(I didn't show this because using tape is pretty easy to understand)
It's too bad that the makers do not test these, if they did, they would know this already, so while I would have given this 4 stars, I had to remove one for these flaws, flaws that I will say are an easy fix, but they either do not know, or don't care. That goes under quality control, if they had good QC, I wouldn't have to write this at all, this is a small detail that they are making it to be a larger one.
Hopefully they will see this and remedy the situation, stranger things have happened.
Overall though, I really like it, and see myself using this for a long time.
Looking at the 1st image I have attached, you will see a "plug" that I use to help prevent the buckle from becoming detached. One plug will work, but it may not hold, so really, 2 plugs need to be used, or whatever it is that you want to use to stop this problem.
The 2nd image shows the buckle unattached so you can see how the small 'prong-like' buckle part that keeps the buckle engaged, these are designed badly, there is not enough 'meat' on that part to keep it doing its job, so failure is going to happen.
In the 3rd image you see the belt problem area, when this is looped properly the material, the belt AND the buckle, have no friction to prevent it from becoming unattached, so you cannot keep the belt 'cinched'. In other words, the belt just slides right through since there isn't any friction to hold it there.
The 4th image is of the buckle itself, so you can see the problem areas of the buckle problem mentioned with the "plug", but also the part of the buckle that the belt inserts through, there needs to be some sort of a toothed area on the buckle to grab the belt. I have actually never seen a belt buckle similar to this style that didn't have a toothed area, so this is a terrible design.
The bag seems well built, and a bit heavier than I would have expected. The only negative I can say about it is at the top center of the back there is a row of Velcro with elastic loops sewn over most of it. It would have been nice to have a little more exposed Velcro to allow for a traditional name plate, but this is by no means insurmountable.
It's not made of canvas, it's a regular nylon weave, and the zippers are not super rugged. I wouldn't buy this as some kind of regular use pack, I just needed to keep all my emergency car stuff in one place in case I have to hoof it back home once, this will do.
If you need something to take camping on the regular, or even a book-bag for school on a daily basis, I do not believe this is the bag for you.