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OutdoorMaster Hiking Backpack 50L - Hiking & Travel Backpack w/Waterproof Rain Cover & Laptop Compartment - for Hiking, Traveling & Camping
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- MULTIPURPOSE 50L HIKING BACKPACK - Spacious backpack packed with many pockets & features. Great for hiking, travel, camping & as carry on luggage, for both men & women. THE ONLY BACKPACK YOU NEED!
- WATERPROOF RAIN COVER INCLUDED - Dedicated pocket for the included waterproof rain cover, padded laptop compartment (15.6") & PLENTY OF ROOM for all your equipment & accessories.
- DURABLE & COMFORTABLE TO CARRY - Made of lightweight materials with durability & comfort in mind. Featuring padded adjustable shoulder straps & mesh ventilation for a SNUG & COMFORTABLE FIT.
- PACKED WITH FEATURES & POCKETS - Plenty of both small & large pockets, as well as external attachment points, to hold your hydration reservoir, tent, trekking poles, sleeping bag & more. This pack HOLDS ALL YOUR hiking & travel ESSENTIALS!
- WHAT YOU GET - 1 x OutdoorMaster Hiking Backpack 50L, 1 x Waterproof Rain Cover, OutdoorMaster's 6 months 100% satisfaction guarantee warranty & friendly customer service.
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MULTIPURPOSE 50L HIKING BACKPACK
Spacious hiking & travel backpack packed with many pockets & features. Great for hiking, travel, camping & as carry on luggage, for both men & women. THE ONLY BACKPACK YOU NEED!
WATERPROOF RAIN COVER INCLUDED
Dedicated pocket for the included waterproof rain cover, padded laptop compartment (15.6") & PLENTY OF ROOM for all your equipment & accessories.
DURABLE & COMFORTABLE TO CARRY
Made of lightweight materials with durability & comfort in mind. Featuring padded adjustable shoulder straps & mesh ventilation for a SNUG & COMFORTABLE FIT.
PACKED WITH FEATURES & POCKETS
Plenty of both small & large pockets, as well as external attachment points, to hold your hydration reservoir, tent, trekking poles, sleeping bag & more. This pack HOLDS ALL YOUR hiking & travel ESSENTIALS!
- 50L Capacity
- S-Curved Shoulder Straps
- Foam padded hip belt
- Stores up to a 15.6-inch laptop
- High quality YKK zippers
- Top-mounted, reinforced haul handle
- Waterproof Cover Included
- Plenty of pockets, such as elastic side pockets, hipbelt pockets, front pockets etc.
Material: High quality, lightweight and durable nylon
Dimensions: 23 x 15 x 8.6 inches
Weight: 2.4 pounds
1 x Backpack
1 x Waterproof Rain Cover
Color: Advanced: Black/Grey
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*It's lightweight & feels good on my back but I am tall & feel that the hip straps are more belly straps, they don't sit comfortably.
*I got purple, it's a pretty good mix between dark purple but would consider it eggplant.
*There are not as many pockets as I had hoped nor is there a place to hang an ID card so I made one (see pictures).
*There was no hole for the headphones to go through, I had to score my own with a razor blade & where exactly am I putting my music device once the headphones are through the hole & on my ear?
*I hope that the bottom does not wear out quickly, it does not seem to be very reinforced.
*For the money, I am pleased at the moment.
I will follow up with more thoughts as I use it.
Please see my pictures
In addition they also offer a 60Liter+5L model in a different and more conventionally 'backpacker' design with a zippered multi-pocket top-lid and lower zippered sleeping bag compartment, and for many longer-trail, multi-day hikers that 60+5L model may be worth checking out.
I was offered a sample of all 3 bags for testing and impartial consumer review. After trying each one out over what is now 3 long weekends, here's what I and my 2 buddies think about this 50L pack:
This 50L pack seems well made and well sewn. I have this (and also the 40L) in Green. It looks exactly like the Amazon photos.
I haven't owned these long enough to put a lot of long-haul miles on any of these bags yet.
But out of the box all the stitching and fabric look good and I can find no flaws or sloppy work anywhere, even on close inspection.
There are a lot of nice design features here, and the design team has obviously studied carefully other well known makers' most successful bags.
There's a water bladder pocket, a good lot of adjustable length to each of the straps, a whistle buckle on the chest strap, an outer 'shovel' pocket with its own tightening strap, side mesh pockets, and the shoulder straps are nicely adjustable and include D rings and lots of sewn loops for attaching gear.
Even without any elastic, the shovel pocket is very handy. Small pockets make it easy to keep your wallet, keys, etc secure and out of the way.
There's no 'top lid' on this, and the bag has those vertical zippers found on Jansport type 'student book bags'.
One nice un-advertized bonus that I discovered only on close inspection is a little secret zippered pocket at the bottom of the pack, and inside is tucked an elasticized rain cover for the pack (matching fabric). Nice touch, and I don't see it mentioned in the description. Handy too, because although the fabric has light water resistance it's not designed to withstand an all-day rain.
There's an air-ventilation plastic mesh in the back to create air flow between your back and the pack itself. This works pretty well even in the June heat.
CON's (only 2): The 'shovel pocket' is not elastic (those grey panels at the sides are the same nylon as the rest of the pack, they're not elasticized).
There are zippered side pockets on the belt, but they're quite small (for my tastes) and set further back than I would prefer. I'd rather they were larger and extended a little further forward along the hip for better visibility & accessibility.
On the other hand, there's plenty of free belt area in front to slip on your own favorite belt-loop pouch(es) and various gear 'holsters' if you like.
This is a reasonably lightweight pack, but not "ultralight". For most purposes I just prefer the 50L size for all around versatility--I like mnimalism but let's face it, 'more is better' and you can always just cinch down any unused capacity. Both the 40L and 50L versions do have room in the side pockets and the lower back bedroll straps for foam mat rolls, smaller size tents, poles, etc. If you need more than 50L I would check out the 60+5L version, which offers enough space to carry gear for family members, kids, bulky winter gear, or just "more stuff" generally.
SUMMARY: I like this pack, both the overall design and the workmanship. I haven't owned it long enough to speak about long term durability. But so far it's been great.
I'm 6'0 and 185# and I do definitely prefer the 50L version over the 40L version if I'm packing my own sleep/shelter gear in. For car or kayak camping, of course either is fine for day hikes from camp. These are priced cheaply enough that you could justify having, say, both the 50L and the 60+5L.
BUT...if I could just have one...I'd choose just the 60+5L, and just cinch down whatever capacity I'm not using. "Better to have it and not need it, than need it and not have it".
I hope this review is helpful to my fellow hikers as you research and comparison shop online. Happy trails, everybody.
Review May, 14 2017
I bought this 7 months ago and I loved it! I use it almost every day because the design was so functional. I used it in Disney World, multiple plane rides and was planning on using it for a few camping trips this summer. However, a week ago the zipper broke. One came off and the teeth are broken. If you want a backpack to last, don't buy this one.
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