$64.99

AmazonBasics Internal Frame Hiking Backpack with Rainfly

4 out of 5
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Make sure this fits by entering your model number.; Internal-frame backpack with 65 L capacity (60 L + 5 L extension collar); made of durable polyester; ideal for hiking and camping; Extensive storage pockets and compartments; large sleeping-bag compartment; multi-directional compression straps;…

3 reviews for "AmazonBasics Internal Frame Hiking Backpack with Rainfly"


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    Having grown up using an ALICE pack in the infantry I was not very pleased with this pack. This would make a great hike in set up and hike out pack, but I would not recommend it for extended/rugged backpacking. I took it on a 40 mile canyon tip in Utah and I have some complaints.1. The cup holder nets on the sides are already torn up from climbing and general use. (I’d recommend matching the fabric the rest of the pack is made out of rather than netting and making them slightly larger, barely fit a 32oz water bottle in/under the pouch above)2. The stitching on the top and bottom sinch points are not sturdy, I already have fraying and stitches coming loose from attaching a tent/sleeping pad.3. The shoulder strap adjusters do not hold the straps in place with a 55lb load in the pack. I had to keep tightening them down while walking.4. Like other reviewers have said the sleeping bag section in the bottom is barely big enough for a standard size 30 degree sleeping bag. Forget putting your sleeping bag in a stuff-sack then putting it in the bottom compartment, you have to stuff it in then force it to zip.Overall it will get the job done. But, your shoulders will hurt and you will wish you bought a better bag.


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    READ THIS BEFORE BUYING: This is an okay pack for the money, but if you’re looking for good quality, look elsewhere. You get what you pay for. This is not well designed for long treks with a heavy load. I just did a 50 lb load over 26 miles of desert, and I noticed a few things. You cannot distribute weight well, but most importantly, the straps in the bottom on the front suck. There are no teeth that the straps feed through, so it’s constantly loosening and it’s so annoying. I was able to tie a knot to kind of fix it. Also, with the heavy load, your shoulder straps will loosen a lot over time. So my verdict: if you’re going for heavy over long distance, don’t buy this.


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    Overall, one use, and think that this is the best pack at this price pointPROS:cost, many thoughtful pockets; clearly has little touches that involved thought to put together (and even more surprising at this prices); able to keep sleeping bag and a stuff sack for liner in the sleeping bag compartment; waterproof tarp came in handy in snow; zippers worked reliably; like that it’s all black;CONS:the shoulder slaps always slacken if doing heavy backpacking suddenly given they are positioned against chest, so I’m always unable to get optimal chest fit (or else I have to straighten them out every minute or every hard step I take). if bottle holder were a touch bigger might have been more handy

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