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Rothco Enhanced Nylon Butt Pack
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1) "...Our G.I. Plus brand Butt packs are better than MIL-SPEC!" No, they're not. Seams are not secured; the bag is single stitched.
2) "...tough-as Cordura nylon..." isn't. The material from which this bag is constructed appears flimsy. This is not Cordura, and I wonder if it will make it through next season.
3) Straps and D-rings to the rear of the bag are placed oddly, and push into the back while walking. This generates hotspots and blisters over time.
4) There are attachment points on the sides for no discernible reason. If one wishes to use this for it's intended purpose, then it goes on a pistol belt. Anything attached to the sides of the bag will use up room on the belt for ammo pouches, canteens, etc.
5) ALICE clip placing is odd, making the bag hang too low over the backside of the wearer.
6) There are no attachment points on the top of the bag to secure the Y or H LBE suspenders. As a result, bag flops against the back and it is impossible to reduce profile.
A couple of modifications on my cheap sewing machine have made it far more functional, but the fact that a) I had to MAKE the mods, and b) that I COULD make them on a cheap sewing machine say a lot about the quality of the product.
It's a good start, but not something I would buy again.
It feels flimsy and sags. The drawstring rain fly has that issue like hoodies do where the string comes out one side instead of both, if you aren't careful. It also doesn't hold its shape very well.
I have mine attached to an H harness and an ALICE belt.
1: The attachment points for the H harness are too low on the butt pack, causing it to sag. If they were moved up 2 or 3 inches above the belt attachment point, where they are now, it wouldn't sag nearly as much.
2: The rain fly does the hoodie thing. If they were sewn in at the back seam of the rain fly, it wouldn't be an issue, but I understand that a lot of people will probably replace the flimsy string in the rain fly anyway, so whatever.
3: The lashings on the bottom attach at the front and back of the bottom. This causes it to cinch the bottom of the pack if you tighten them up. Iif they were attached at one point, or slid through a piece of webbing like on the bottom of ALICE rucksacks, it wouldn't cinch. I have a tarp lashed to the bottom of my butt pack and I have to keep it a little loose so I don't lose any space inside the butt pack.
4:It doesn't hold its shape very well, but this can be mitigated by moving the attachment points up away from the ALICE attachment; Or by filling it all the way up properly, which mine is not.
If you want something really good that will last a while, save up maybe $20-40 more and buy a good one. Maybe a surplus Russian one with some pouches on it or something.
If you want something cheap to camp once in a while with or for airsoft or something, then this will do.
Modifications I will be doing to this are:
>Replacing drawstring with 550 paracord
>Sew new attachment points for the H harness
>Rig my own lashings to the bottom for my tarp
>Sew a velcro panel to the lid for a name tape and morale patches
>Maybe add a small pocket inside to hold smaller things
>Attach pouches to the side