ONEPACK 50L(45+5) Hiking Backpack Travel Daypack Waterproof Backpack Outdoor Sports Daypack with Rain Cover for Climbing Camping Mountaineering Fishing Traveling Cycling Skiing

4 out of 5
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3 reviews for "ONEPACK 50L(45+5) Hiking Backpack Travel Daypack Waterproof Backpack Outdoor Sports Daypack with Rain Cover for Climbing Camping Mountaineering Fishing Traveling Cycling Skiing"

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    I purchased this pack based on the positive reviews. Overall, the pack looks really nice and I didn’t have any issues with the construction. It seems pretty sturdy. Unfortunately, the product description is a bit off. The pack is actually about (H)22 x (L)12 x (W)7. I measured took my measurements from the base of the product. I placed a ream of paper on the inside and there was about .5-1 inch room remaining. The only way you can even come close to 13.38 inches is by including the side mesh pockets. I have no idea how they obtained the width because my pack was not even close. Be aware that the top is a bit narrower.If you are looking for a pack that can fit some gear for an overnight trip, this should not be a problem, but for me the size was a deal breaker. I am returning for a larger pack.

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    I was looking for a larger backpack for dayhikes than the one that I have and this one fits wonderfully. It does not have an internal frame like long distance packs but this holds all the stuff I bring and more. It allows me to bring all the unnecessary items I like to bring when I go hiking! I would definitely buy it again if this one rips or breaks.

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    Being from the Rocky Mountains, our family really does a LOT of outdoor adventuring. I bought this pack because as the kid’s get older, they have shown interest in backpacking and not just hiking and climbing 14ers. As a parent, we also understand that we are not going to put down 400 dollars on a bag….before we know how serious they are! That being said, we have a lot of experience with a lot of more expensive bags! I carry an I sorry, my husband carries an RUE and my daughter has a Kelty. I will be comparing this bag to those with Pros and Cons of what it does and does not have compared to the more expensive bag.Pros…This bag holds quite a LOT! Pictured, this bag currently has, a sleeping bag, a bed roll, a tent and lots of miscellaneous items, with no clothing yet!Cinch straps at the bottom and on both sides.Three places for adjustments to torso height.Seperate dry spot and easy access to your sleeping bag.It also has a rain cover for your entire bag-bonus!Cons…The bag does not have a seperate hydration pouch…it does have a clip- however, we will end up having to bring the day pack inside. That means that our water pack will be in the same compartment as the clothing and everything else, that sucks!NO support. For an older kid (mine is 12) this is fine…but, as an adult- I just couldn’t have a heavy pack without a frame!Not enough places to hang things on the outside. I like to have lashings, clips and hooks everywhere on my I sorry but this one only has two (very wimpy) lashingsAnd that is all. All in all…for under 40 bucks, as opposed to 400, it is worth it! The only thing that I was really bummed about was the hydration pouch!

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