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Mardingtop 65+10L/65L Internal Frame Backpack Tactical Military Molle Rucksack for Camping Hiking Traveling with Rain Cover, YKK Zipper YKK Buckle

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Product Fetures 90 days limited warranty. Numerous Molle Loops. Rain cover included. With chest straps to cope with the weight on the road. Top lid can store small items, such as maps,tools,key. Bottom Zipped Access can easily access to the main compartment. Side detachable pockets can hold…

3 reviews for "Mardingtop 65+10L/65L Internal Frame Backpack Tactical Military Molle Rucksack for Camping Hiking Traveling with Rain Cover, YKK Zipper YKK Buckle"


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    Thourougly examined all aspects of pack; storage features, stitching, straps, molle, clips, materials, etc. This pack will hold its own over the course. Absolutely checks all the boxes for my needs, and exceeded my expectations from inspection to heavy backpacking usage the day after I received.I’m 6’4 at 210lbs. Loaded it up to about 45lbs full of much more than needed to load test it/ prepare for a much longer trek coming up. Put 15 miles on it immediately, including a 4mile 4,000ft incline and matching decline the next morning. Like working in a shoe, after few adjustments I found the packs sweet spot and had no issues with comfort. It had been a long while since packing a heavy load and after about halfway the pack became transparent to my back and hips, forgetting it’s really there at all.One spot on this bag I can say could use some r&d is the shoulder straps that pull the top of bag in tight to top of back. Not a huge concern at all to me, but I did notice having to reach up and tighten them slightly every couple hours on the trail. Only thing else I can say is the molle attachment sections are groupings of 3 which will do, but 4 would make it more secure for attaching any type of pouch, knife, or excess gear. Nothing a little creativity can’t fix.*Was also stoked to see the butt of a rifle sits perfectly in the bottom side pockets and can be secured tightly with several straps already on the bag.


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    Let me start off by saying that I spent months comparing hiking backpacks on Amazon. I did not want to spend the hundreds of dollars on a “name-brand” pack so set off in search for one that was more affordable. I compared the Mardingtop 65L+5 and +10 to other brands including Teton and Mountaintop for several weeks. Eventually, I found that this backpack had the same features as the others, and more.First, the 65L+5 does not have an internal pouch on the lid; however, it has a zippered pouch on the outside of the lid (which in my opinion, is incredibly useful for me during canoeing trips for easier access). Also, the other bags I was looking at did not have a quick access zipper on the front of it, but the 65L+5 Mardingtop does. The bag is a pound or two heavier than others, but it is, for the most part, waterproof in rain and the material is incredibly durable. I could have easily went with an Osprey, but after receiving this backpack, I found that the Mardingtop will with no doubt last a lifetime. It is difficult to come by those standards nowadays.One worry that I had before purchasing the 65L+5 was that the waste belt looked smaller than the 65L+10. I will never carry this kind of weight with me on a hiking trip, but after receiving the backpack, I slipped in a 60+lb sand bag and walked around in for 10-20 minutes. Yes the waste belt is smaller than most, but it was still able to take the weight off of my shoulders for the most part. Again, I would not be carrying 60 pounds of equipment with me, but I tend to test products under the most extreme conditions to find whether or not they can withstand the vigor. Maybe in the future, Mardingtop can include a larger/thicker or detachable waste belt on this version.In the end, it came down to features between the 65L+5 and +10 bags. The detachable compartments seemed like a good feature, but for canoeing and backpacking in general, I find that my equipment is find staying together inside of the bag. I also like that the 65L+5 has zippered compartments on the waste belt. Furthermore, I prefer the front access and separate bottom compartment for my sleeping bag and hammock equipment. For canoeing purposes, I would rather not have to unzip most of the bottom portion to access the main compartment, but that is personal preference for my kind of traveling.The molle features are amazing because I can attach my rip-away first aid kit to the outside of the bag. The bag also has sufficient amount of compression straps to tie down your sleeping bag, tent, rope, and sleeping pads altogether (although I use a hammock, underquilt, compact sleeping bag, rain fly, and para-cord which all fits inside).Final thoughts: if you want a bag that will last you a lifetime and has all the features of the top brand bags and then some, buy this bag. The extra pound of the bag does not bother me at all especially since I pack light for my hikes anyway – it ends up balancing out.


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    Met my expectations in every way! got the 65L and attached 3 pouches to the sides and one in the front. mine came with a hydration bladder compartment, had many attachment points and molle compatible. loved the color selection and Velcro attachments. Used it for a 3 day camp and brought more supplies than I needed. I’m 6 ‘3 and it fit perfect on large setting. I would buy this again in a smaller size for carry on while traveling.

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