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Survival Backpack 50l – Best tactical backpack and reviews 2018


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  1. 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.

  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. Amazon Customer says:

    I used this pack for a 10 mile day hike up two Adirondack peaks. It is a really nice pack and I would recommend it to others. I packed probably 25 to 30lbs of gear and the pack was comfortable all day. The pack I normally use is too small to carry that much gear and I prefer to be properly prepared if anything goes wrong (i.e. extra water, first aid kit, wet weather gear, etc). I did not use the detachable fanny pack or the waist strap for this trip but I did use the two smaller side packs. Inside of the main compartments there are not any compartments (other than the water bladder compartment) and things can get disorganized. I used the smaller side packs for items that I might need quick access to. The construction is sturdy and the stitching seems to be of reasonable/high quality considering the price point. The only problems I found were that the water bladder outlet was too small and it was difficult, but not impossible, to get the bite valve out of the hole. I did like the two clips for holding the bladder in place, they helped prevent crimping of the water line. The other problem was that the straps loosened as the hike progressed, once I tied them off that was no longer a problem and the pack stayed in place for the rest of the day. Before you use this pack for a full hike load it up with some weight and take it out on a short excursion to get the strap lengths set up and tied off properly or get some clips that will hold the straps in the buckles at your preferred lengths. I don’t have a guess as to how much gear this could hold weight wise but it is very roomy and well constructed. The camo pattern is also decent and it could/will be used during hunting season. I would recommend this pack to friends.

  4. 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!

  5. 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!

  6. 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.

  7. Opal D. says:

    I bought this for my hubby. Initially I was disappointed as it looked small but after packing for travel in it. I realise it is a lot more spacious that what meets the eye.

  8. spencer lee marshall says:

    Great bag. I am outfitting it as a 4-5 day camping/bug out bag. I got my 15″ laptop and charger, 3 full sets of clothes, two heavy pullovers, winter cap, gloves and more into the primary compartment. A sleeping bag and single man tent will hang off the MOLLE system and lappy left for an 8″ tablet. hotspot and pocket chargers for camping. The large poncho is on order and will go into the second largest pocket along with a sleeping bag liner. There will still be plenty of room left over in that for more. I will probably get a 30L waist/shoulder MOLLE system bag for food and hang it off this one or wear independently. 2 litre water bladder will fit nicely in the hydration compartment against my back. Water filtration kit and MUCH more will go into the two remaing smaller compartments. Great build and extra strong material. Perfect 1st stage protracted camping, or bug out bag as is. Very strong zippers, padded shoulder straps and strong waist belt plus chest cinch. Can’t go wrong with this one people. 50L pack here.

  9. Buongiorno says:

    The only item that would make this a 5-star is the size… It was the largest size offered, and is much much smaller than the large ALICE style issue backpack. On the plus side, the number of compartments appears adequate. An improvement would be the addition of side pockets, which is missing. I may update the review after some serious usage experience.

  10. sean says:

    This is an excellent pack and very worth the purchase. I bought it to help with my bike ride to work and it fits all I need with plenty of room to spare – Lunch bag, jacket, several books, water bottle, and many other smaller items. It could easily be a bag for a long weekend trip. Very solid and secure. Great zippers and pockets expand excellently, with very solid clips. Plenty of space to hook a carabiner for keys and other items. Extremely pleased I did the research and chose this pack. Very strongly recommend.

  11. Cutenewt says:

    I really like this pack. Given hurricanes, fires, earthquakes, and everything else my friends and I are making bug out packs. School backpacks have too many laptop/pen pockets and tend to be a little small, and hiking backpacks too big/straps all over the place when setting on the floor of an evac shelter. Enter the tactical pack! Lightweight with a fairly flat bottom and just enough pockets for nice but not overkill organization, it seems the perfect fit. I don’t know how well constructed it is since I haven’t put it to rugged use. Given the price point I’m sure it’s not special forces run through the jungle multiple times but the company was super nice and everything looks to work smoothly (like zippers) and it looks good. The pack is not too big for my medium frame. It did have a bit of that chemical smell to it that less expensive products sometimes have but I let it air out for the afternoon and it seems fine now. I’m super happy and am filling it up with my first aid kit, water bottle, flashlight, sweatshirt, copies of emergency docs, and spare undies. You know, all the things you want by the door to grab in an emergency. Do it!

  12. Trevoc says:

    This is the third tactical bag that I’ve received, the other two were too small and hard to wear. I returned the other two, and got this one last week, and I love it. Have already packed it as a “go bag” to keep in my truck.This bag is solid, zippers strong, fabric strong, and it is easy to adjust to fit even big guys like me. I’m not fat, but I’m stocky and six feet tall, and this one is easy to wear and tighten to fit comfortably. I plan to keep this bag for years to come. I have two other bags as “Bug Out Bags”, one for me, and one for my wife, they are bigger bags, and carry more than this one. I wanted something smaller so that its easy to keep in my truck, and if needed to walk home for some reason, its not very heavy, but has most of what I’d need in an emergency.Highly recommend this if you are looking for a BOB or a get home bag! if you like to go hiking, this bag will not let you down.

  13. Quexycyclops says:

    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.

  14. JGISSEN says:

    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.

  15. Joel B. says:

    I’m a pretty experienced backpacker, needed a pack with a big capacity for waders and cold weather gear during a once/year basecamp/fishing trip. A lot of other reviews noted problems with straps staying adjusted – but I never even got to carry the pack. While packing it the first time, the upper compartment drawstring closure seams tore right out of the pack during a pretty weak tug, leaving no way to cinch the top of the pack closed.Though I got 75L size, it just doesn’t feel like it has much more capacity than my 60L, so consider that in your sizing if you chose to buy it. If you were to pack out the top (that ripped out as I noted above) fully to use the advertised 75L, the top closure would not cover the load.I liked the included rain cover, and the pack has more external load and compression straps that you could possibly ever use. Would have made some concessions on performance and quality since I only intended to hike 3 mi in and 3 mi out once a year and it was so affordable, but it just did not live up to even my modest expectations.

  16. Lyudmila Tikhonova says:

    I purchase this back pack for travel – i like that it has lots of pockets from outside so i dont have to take everything out to reach something I need. it has a vaste strap so it holds your balance if you get down ,stays at the back and not mowing to the side of your back . The liver strap is removable if you dont want to clip it on your vaste (my husband takes it off when he uses it ) but I keep it on ! I truly recommend it !!!

  17. Amazon Customer says:

    This military rucksack is very good quality, has many pockets and really comfortable to wear. My husband is active person and he said it was one of the best present for him. It’s light and durable

  18. Alexander Gugel says:

    This backpack is well made, sturdy and really heavy lifting 😉 you can put a box of bricks in it and make sure that it will survive 😉 on a week side, it’s pretty heavy by itself, the material is not pleasant to touch and the plastic is very easy to scratch (I just put the backpack on my wooden floor once and you can see the result on my last picture). It also has a lot of pockets that are located pretty smart, which makes them useful without losing the space. I would recommend it for traveling if you don’t mind that your backpack weights a lot.

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