Mountaintop 70L+10L Internal Frame Backpack with Rain Cover YKK Buckle-5805
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- ZIPPERED FRONT ACCESS- Quickly access at the front that you can flip it and easily get into the main compartment.
- DAISY CHAINS- You can hook carabiner on it as an attachment. Ice axe, hiking poles, tripod and selfie stick can also looped on the chains.
- 8 COMPRESSION STRAPS- For tying up your pack or hanging sleeping bag, tent, hammock, and other camping or hiking gears. Elastic bands on them can keep the extra strap from dangling all around the backpack,best travel mate.
- HYDRATION SYSTEM COMPATIBLE- Hydration access on a side of the pack with water bladder sleeve in the main compartment.
- Top-Ranking Material make from YKK zipper and YKK buckle Korea nylon
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Again, the materials are excellent, and this bag also includes YKK hardware (side release buckles AND zippers)...which is phenomenal for a budget pack! YKK is the name that all other hardware manufacturers try to live up to. It has enough pockets to offer substantial storage, without giving the bag a "cluttered" feeling (you can see all of the pockets in the video). It also comes with a full-coverage rain cover, which is great!
The thing that I'd like to touch on mostly is the suspension system...it is AWESOME! Heavily padded, comfortable, and functional is what you'll observe. It's also adjustable, although if you're taller than 6'1, or have longer than a 21 inch torso...I really don't think this will fit you...so be weary of that.
View my video for an in-depth look at all of the included features!
I did receive a sample for my honest, objective review.
The materials are all first quality, zippers are SBS and work flawlessly, buckles all snap together firmly and I haven't had one fail yet. The nylon is strong and durable and I really like the blue color. The padding in the waist belt and shoulders is thick and comfortable while the lumbar pad appears to be losing some of its form. The sleeping bag compartment is more than adequate, I have a 40 degree bag, mosquito hammock, strap set and tarp stuffed in there. Basically my entire camp setup. The lid has an inner and outer pocket which hold plenty of things I want to get to quickly (water filter, fire starter etc...) The only issue I have with the entire setup is that the lid does not fit properly over the top of the pack. The attachment points are sewn too close to the top of the pack near the shoulder straps and the lid always slips toward the back of the pack, creating a gap that could allow rain in if you got caught in a downpour.
I have researched similar backpacks and this most closely resembles the Osprey Aether 70L for about $200 less.
Lots of straps
Material has been pretty durable
Decently comfortable - depends how much you are carrying
Water port for the hydration bladder hose could be a little bit bigger (you may consider just cutting some material away to make things easy)
(See photos) The stitching along the top seam where the internal frame contacts the bag is starting to fray already - This seam doesn't have any weight-bearing but it's awfully close to the seam just below where your handle, load lifters, and top lid straps attach.
If you don't know how to adjust/fit the pack I found the REI guide pretty helpful (just google "REI backpack fitting" - can't add link)
3rd image is me in the foreground wearing this pack.