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Lumbar Waist Pack - Holds Two Water Bottles
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- Main zip pocket 3in deep x 7in wide x 8in tall
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Top Customer Reviews
I'm a pretty regular hiker/walker, living in Albuquerque, NM. I have a nice Osprey Stratos 36 with a Camelback bladder that I use for almost all my walks/hikes, but recently I wanted to find something smaller for carrying a few essentials, along with a water bottle or two for hikes that aren't far from home. I did my research here and couldn't really decide between this one, which is a great bargain or the High Sierra Solo Hydration Pack, so I ordered both. They arrived today and here's my .02...
The High Sierra Solo is a much nicer-looking and better-quality pack than this one. I got the reddish one and like the color as well as the design. Construction and materials were of an obviously higher grade than this one. Since it was only about $8 more expensive, I was inclined to keep that one. The Solo is quite a bit smaller, with a single pocket for miscellaneous stuff and one 500 ml Lexan bottle--but still adequate for my use.
The Everest is at least twice the size of the High Sierra and has two pockets, each of which would hold more than the single pocket on the High Sierra. The Everest also has TWO water bottle compartments (twin holsters!). So it's no contest if you need or want to carry a few things with you, or want more water available.Read more ›
What I like: The PROSs,
It's big. It will definitey hold the larger water bottles (I have a 32oz and 40oz that it held just fine),
Lots of compartments,
Nice color (green and tan).
What I didn't like: The Cons.
--The bottle holders don't have any elastic on them. Just a strap that when tightened, make the water bottles wrap tightly to your body. If the water bottles aren't too tall, the straps seem like they would be sufficient at securing the bottles. (I didn't like them being pressed against my body though)
--The front strap is hard to adjust, and I mean hard. Both of my kids wanted to try this on and it took it us no less than 10 minutes to readjust the straps. This would be a problem when out on the trail and we wanted to trade off wearing this. It's basically a 2 buckle system - loose one buckle, slide the strap, then adjust the second buckle.
--The waist straps are long. This pack is definitely made for a larger person. I'm 5'6" and 133lbs. I had about 75% of the straps still left after adjustment - they are crazy long. But if you are big and need those long straps, this one is for you.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
These waist packs are perfect for the outdoorsy families. My family loves to go on hikes, walks and we're definitely thrill seekers. Read morePublished 13 days ago by Calli Goldman
Didn't like at first as it was too stiff and hard to access the water bottles. It loosened up and now is great.Published 19 days ago by Mary W.
A great pack for hiking. very roomy and seems very durable. Great price too. Love it!Published 1 month ago by marsha
Bought it for the water bottle holding feature, but when you put two bottles of water in it, the thing has no support. You might as well hang a dumbbell from your waste. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Andrew