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James Alcorn

James Alcorn

James Alcorn

James Alcornwrote a review of on March 19, 2018

3 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

There are a few things I like about this pack such as the general look and styling of it, overall fit, non-bulkyness of it. But I think it would be better if the waist strap was the same width as the buckles as it feels a bit like what I imagine a girder would feel like and it really makes you sweat. It would be nice if there was a half-way decent place to put a cell phone. The top compartment isn't as the phone just sloshes around in there and is difficult to reach. I would rather see one of the stretchy sleeve pockets on both sides of the pack actually have a zipper and be fleece lined for a cell phone. I probably would have chosen a different pack had I thought about these things more. In the end, it's just a cool looking average pack with an above average price tag.

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James Alcorn

James Alcornwrote a review of on December 1, 2013

3 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Nice bladder overall, but if I could take a couple features from Camelbak's bladder and swap them out with those on the Osprey I would.
Cons: 1. Crappy lid (better doublecheck that thing is on their good or you'll find the back or your car or bag soaked. 2. Hose doesn't detach. I like Camelbak's lid and detachable hose much better.
Pros: 1. Magnetic bite valve is very cool. Nice having it at your chest instead of bobbling around. 2. Rigid back side of the bladder works well.

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