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Army Backpack For Men – Best tactical backpack and reviews 2018


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Gelindo Military Tactical Backpack, Hydration Backpack, Army Molle Bug-Out Bag, Small Rucksack for Hunting, Survival, Camping, Trekking, School, 35L

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TETON Sports Oasis 1100 Hydration Pack | Free 2-Liter Hydration Bladder | Backpack design great for Hiking, Running, Cycling, and Climbing | Bright Blue

TETON Sports Oasis 1100 Hydration Pack | Free 2-Liter Hydration Bladder | Backpack design great for Hiking, Running,...

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Features
  • EXTRA WIDE WAIST BELT (9.3"L*4.5"W): The widened waist best is designed to easily store and take...
  • ROOMY INSULATION COMPARTMENT: (water bladder is not included)Keeps liquid warm or cool for up to...
  • DIVERSE FUNCTIONAL COMPARTMENTS: Internal elastic belts and mesh bags are designed in the main...
  • INTERMEDIATE CAPACITY (35L): Weighs 3.3 pounds, this pack works great to hold 14 inch notebook,...
  • SATISFY YOUR THIRST FOR ADVENTURE: Lightweight and comfortable; This hydration backpack is a...
  • FREE HYDRATION BLADDER: BPA free, 2-liter hydration bladder; Durable, kink-free sip tube and...
  • CUSTOMIZABLE COMFORT: Hiking Backpack for men, women, and youth; Adjusts to fit all frames...
  • TRUSTED QUALITY: Over 1,000 verified 5-star reviews testifying to the quality and design; Large...
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Sports
Sports
Brand
Gelindo
TETON Sports
Color
CAMO
Bright Blue
Department
unisex
unisex-adult
Label
Gelindo
Teton Sports
Number Of Items
1
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Product Group
Sports
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Gelindo
Teton Sports
Release Date
2018-08-03
2018-08-01
Size
35L
18.5 " x 10" x 7
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Gelindo
Teton Sports
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TETON Sports® Limited Lifetime Warranty : TETON Sports® strives to manufacture the best possible products for our customers. Our limited lifetime warranty covers products against defects in materials or workmanship. This warranty is cheerfully extended to the original owner only and excludes normal wear and tear (e.g., zippers that wear out after extended use) or misuse. Please follow care instructions. If, after inspection, a product is determined by us to be defective in workmanship or materials, we will repair or replace it at our option, at no cost to you. Contact customer service via email at [email protected] for assistance or visit us online at www.tetonsports.com
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  • EAN: 0713541265714
  • MPN: TP-0609-CA
  • UPC: 713541265714
  • Model: TP-0609-CA
  • Part Number: TP-0609-CA
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  • MPN: 1001BB
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Gelindo Military Tactical Backpack, Hydration Backpack, Army Molle Bug-Out Bag, Small Rucksack for Hunting, Survival, Camping, Trekking, School, 35L
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SOG Ninja Tactical Day Pack, 24.2-Liter, Olive

SOG Ninja Tactical Day Pack, 24.2-Liter, Olive

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  • Water repellent backpack great for daily commute, travel, and hiking; modular design with large...
  • Carries comfortably on your shoulders with yoke-style adjustable, padded straps and adjustable...
  • Tactical features include MOLLE webbing for attaching a variety of optional accessories; tubing...
  • Hook-and-loop are on front of pack for attaching a flag patch; stretchy side pouch fits most...
Binding
Sports
Brand
SOG
Color
Olive Drab
Department
unisex-adult
Label
The Outdoor Recreation Group
Number Of Items
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Package Quantity
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Product Group
Sports
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The Outdoor Recreation Group
Release Date
2016-02-01
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Medium
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The Outdoor Recreation Group
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  1. Kett says:

    Took about 22 days to get here, For the price i paid i knew it was going to be shipped from china and found out i was right. Had this product for about a day and found out what everyone was talking about being small but it’s not that small as they say, from first glance it looks like its for a kid but with filling it up and expanding it and adjusting the straps it is ment for an adult, I’m 6′ 4″ at 190 and feared that this wouldn’t fit but not to worried as i was going to put this on my cross-draw vest via clips if it didn’t work correctly but i don’t have to as it fits perfect. The material it is made of is basic material that all Chinese tactical stuff is made of, strong and rugged whatever it is. No this is not ment to be a full size backpack that will fit whatever you want to cram in there, this is a light one for light tasks that maybe font even last more than a day. Please don’t stuff over 30-40 pounds of crap in it its not ment for that, its light, I’m using this as my gym bag/school bag for convenience , i put maybe about 15-18 pounds. If you’re looking to put a laptop make sure its small like netbook size, this thing isn’t padded nor made for it so you’re already asking for trouble. Btw if you want a bag that’s bigger and can hold more spend more than 15-18 dollars. you’re gonna pay what you pay for.Now for people saying that the straps come loose and they have to sew is not correct thing to do, the straps are ment to go back onto themselves so they are out of the way ,they are not supposed to be sewn as you can mount this onto a tactical vest and the straps would get in the way if they couldn’t be removed, this not a quality control problem its proper control of quality. If you don’t know don’t say anything.Excuse the pics, my house is under construction.Only 4 stars because the right strap is uneven when compared to the other one as seen in the pic, now this is not quality control.

  2. Joshua says:

    I purchased this backpack because it was larger than my current one that I use for camping. It has a decent sized main compartment that has a pouch and hole at the top for a camelpak to feed through. Additionally, it has three separate smaller packs that attach to the side of the main one – this is a nice feature that can allow you to configure the pack the way you want to. A nice surprise was the fact that the small pack on the very back came with a strap and can be pulled off to be a purse like shape that can be worn around the waist or across the shoulders. If comparing to other products, this whole backpack is about the size of a Rush 24 Pack – maybe a little bit larger when you add the three smaller ones that attach to the outside.I was able to fit all of my overnight camping supplies in this backpack and still had a little room to spare. Everything I put into it is:- first aid kit- inflatable bed (single high queen)- air pump- thermos- rollup water packs (2x)- pot with cups- bug spray- fire starter- lighters- ponchos- wire saw- paracord- whistle/compass- water purification tablets- lighters (2x)- flashlights (3x handheld, 1x table top)- multitoolWith everything loaded up, the pack weighted 23lbs and the straps felt surprisingly comfortable. It also has sternum strap and a padded strap that goes around the waist for additional stability and comfort. Overall I like this product and look forward to using it more to see how it holds up to my abuse.Disclosure:I received this product at a reduced price in exchange for an honest review.

  3. Chawanga Butter says:

    Tired of negative reviews. This is a very good backpack. It cost around $40. Some packs run $200+. So don’t buy this & then leave a negative review because it isn’t as good as a $250 pack. Duh. For $40 this is a great deal. The pack is very large. Saw a review say it isn’t 50L. Must have got the wrong one cause mine was every bit of that. It also comes with 3 additional small packs that are detachable. Very customizable. Overall the pack feels solid. There are threads sticking out of the stiching all over, i just trimmed them back. Didn’t affect the pack, just extra thread sticking out. The zippers are large & a bit noisey as another review stated. IT’S A $40 PACK. If you need a pack up to Special Forces standards get a $200+ pack. If you want a big, decent & customizable pack for next to nothing this is a great deal!

  4. Dyson says:

    I love this pack! It has so many compartments and is incredibly durable. If I could I would give this product ten stars. For the price it’s one of the best hiking or school packs provided on Amazon. I highly recommend for anyone that needs a pack for multi-use.

  5. Comm C says:

    Edit: Since my first review I have much expanded this review. This pack is absolute trash, stay clear of it. I have no idea what the people who give this thing 5 stars are thinking, maybe they just have anything else to compare to but if you have ever owned a decent pack you will quickly realize this ones massive short comings.*******original review*********50L I’m wondering if that includes the measurements on the side pouches. This was deceptively small. I can barely fit a single set of ACU’s in this with a set of Pt’s Its seriously smaller than you would think it is. Walmart sells a better bag that in hindsight I should have bought. Its neat that there are modular parts but the manufacturer didn’t put much though into securement of all the additional strapping that goes with it. Really a bit of a disappointment in the product. I give it 3 stars instead of 2 because the quality seems decent and while I haven’t drug it through the sand yet it seems like it will stand up.I say again, this pack is deceptively small.********Update: 1 star***********After a few weekends of use this pack is garbage, even at $40 its not worth the money. Its very apparent that whoever designed this did not have much load bearing or design experience.1) The side pouches aren’t actually molle, what they attach to is but on the pouch itself is just velcro, So there is no inter cross weave between attachment and bag possible.2) The adjustments on the shoulder straps are not anchored. They are instead a peice of webbing that then loops through and also acts as the upper securement. Meaning if you want to tightly strap something to the top you have to have your shoulder pads as tight as they go. This also means that you cannot adjust your shoulder straps without having it clipped across the zipper. So no having a buddy get into your back while its on.3) Because the shoulder tightening strap is not fixed and doubles as a top strap the thread is backwards. Meaning you have to pull up to tighten it. Meaning extremely difficult to no ability to adjust the shoulder tension while wearing the pack.4) Zipper missfeeds, a lot5) The snaps for the “molle” system wear out after a few snaps. I’ve worn mine to drill twice and they already don’t hold at all.6) The size of the detachable back pouch is a joke. Its barely the size of my hand. (you can see in the images)7) So many zippers, loops and straps with no purpose. I swear they added clips, zips and straps just so the thing looks cool. Several of them are completely un needed.8) The side straps are barely large enough to fit my hand in. There’s no way you could strap a decent sleep pad to it. Maybe a narrow tripod but not much else.9) The straps come undone… all… the time. They didn’t take the time to sew in a catch loop so all the straps are constantly sliding out and your gear is dumping on the ground. It’s a complete shit show.10) Stitches on the webbing are coming out after 2 uses. Forget what I said about seeming like its decent quality.11) The waist strapping has no securement other than sticking it in a pocket. Any leg will know you cant have your straps flapping around in the wind, too much to get it snagged on. No integrated securement for the waist pack strap.12) The waist pouch is not real Molle either, its uses faux metal squares to weave your securement to, it does not hold as well unless the snaps are tight, which mine were not.I’ve been in service 8 years, Backpacked months at a time in a variety of countries, and environments. I’m telling you, even at this price point this pack is not good. There are much better out there for a similar price.

  6. rsvestka says:

    This backpack is made from high quality, tough fabric and it looks really nice. I like that on the outside, it has a number of attachment points to which gear can be secured. Although not really designed for it, it IS compatible with ALICE-type clips if you want to add a compass / first aid pouch, canteen, etc.; it has sewn-on Velcro attachment points & although I’m not certain, I believe it’s MOLLE compatible. (MOLLE didn’t exist or was being designed decades ago, when I was in the Army). Still, it’s a nice backpack and I like that it’s available in black, O.D. & coyote. I bought the black one & it got here FAST!!In my opinion, there are several things that could be done to improve it, although these are mostly just “nice” improvements—not having them still doesn’t make the backpack undesirable. Here are some changes I’d like to see:1. The ends of the adjustable shoulder straps are unfinished & as a result, they sometimes slip through the buckles. The ends of the straps need to be finished.2. The shoulder straps are also too short. When I unload, I loosen my left strap and roll out of it. If I loosen it too far, the strap comes apart & I end up balancing my pack on my back while I re-thread the strap through the buckle. Making the straps LONGER & FINISHING them would resolve this.3. There aren’t enough SMALLER pockets INSIDE the main & other compartments. It’s nice that it has 4 compartments, but there need to be MORE pockets inside these compartments. Pockets for maps, GPS, pens & pencils—that sort of thing—would really be nice.4. All the outside attachment points are great, but it would be nice to have some LARGE and SMALL POCKETS on the OUTSIDE of the pack, too. I’m probably going to add a few pockets myself, inside AND out. Intelligent mission-oriented personal equipment modification was something I learned to do in the Army.5. A few of the many attachment points are overkill or useless. There’s one on top that’s seems clearly just for show. It’s ~1” x 1”, elastic & sewn shut on 3 sides. I can’t think of anything to do with it, so to me, it’s useless. (Maybe I missed something?) There are a few others like that, as well.6. There’s a vertical “Y-strap” on the backpack . . . again, did I miss something? I don’t really see the purpose for this thing. Remove the “Y-strap” & put a more useful strap, pouch, pocket, clip, etc., somewhere else.7. There are a few other straps on the backpack that don’t seem to have any real use. That’s nice & they may look “cool”, but instead of spending money on appearances, make the straps & attachment points (see 5 & 6 above) actually serve a purpose, especially on a military-type backpack.8. It has a RFID-proof pouch inside, so crooks can’t swipe your credit / debit card info. That’s a NICE feature!Altogether, it’s a nice backpack. I’d recommend it to a friend and I might even buy one for my lovely wife!

  7. john p. says:

    As anyone who daily drives motorcycles can tell you, having a solid backpack is a must. Stopping and getting food, vodka, or anything else requires something to carry it all with and for transporting any kind of substantial load, this bag fails, miserably.The main problem with the bag is that the straps are not sewed into it like on normal backpacks, they are held on by being threaded through metal loops. So the issue occurs when loading the bag with any kind of substantial weight, the straps get pulled out of the metal loops turning your once capable backpack into a over sized clutch. The way I remedied this (just so I could get home) was to knot the straps onto the loops. See photos for reference.This happened multiple times with this bag as straps would just come undone and would need to be re threaded. Eventually I just got sick of it and starting filling the bag with whatever strap decide to fall off of it that day. In my opinion, simply having the main straps sewn into the bag would have kept me satisfied, but after using a 15$ knockoff JanSport for like 3-4 years and it still being able to carry an 18 pack home today… this bag is a total failure. Save your money.

  8. Chris M. says:

    Stitching came apart. Poor quality. Waste of money. Will not buy again

  9. Howard D. Rosen says:

    Doesn’t seem sturdy enough for camping but it’s fine for airplane carry on or weekend trips.

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