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Pure Outdoor 32L Survival Tactical Backpack, Black
The Pure Outdoor 32L Survival Tactical Backpack is designed to provide superior storage capacity and organization without slowing you down. This middle-sized bag has a 32-liter capacity and is designed to keep enough gear for a day trip or hike. Made of durable 1000D Cordura® brand nylon fabric with self-repairing YKK® zippers, it is ideal as an everyday pack, a tactical assault pack, or hunting and hiking packs. It is compatible with hydration packs with up to 3 liters capacity (available separately).
Built to Last: Made of durable 1000D Cordura® brand nylon fabric with a water-repellant coating, self-repairing YKK® zippers, and reinforced grab-and-go handle, it is ideal as an everyday pack, a tactical assault pack, or hunting and hiking packs.
Keep Hydrated: The pack is compatible with hydration packs with up to 3.0 liters capacity (available separately).
Nylon Webbing: The front, sides, and bottom feature a PALS-like webbing grid of nylon strap loops, allowing you to attach gear in a manner similar to the military MOLLE system.
Made from 1000D Cordura® brand nylon fabric
Cordura® fabrics are widely used to provide reinforcement to those parts of garments most likely to be subjected to aggressive localised abrasion.
CORDURA® Classic fabric is available in 2-way stretch versions using INVISTA's LYCRA® T400® yarn to provide greater comfort in garments, such as across the seat of a trouser and the shoulders of a jacket. CORDURA® Classic fabrics using more conventional LYCRA® fibre stretch technology are already used in markets such as motorcycle apparel.
HIGH TENSILE & TEAR STRENGTH
Cotton is an intrinsically weak fiber when compared to nylon 6.6. Testing shows that fabrics based on nylon 6.6 fiber have higher levels of tensile and tear strength compared fabrics made from other core fibers used in fabrics for workwear.
EXCEPTIONAL ABRASION RESISTANCE
The INVISTA nylon 6.6 fibre used in CORDURA® fabrics has a melting point of 254°C (commodity nylon 6 has a melt temperature of 219°C). This high melting point is believed to provide CORDURA® fabric with the ability to withstand high levels of friction generated heat whilst maintaining fabric integrity.
- Adjustable height sternum strap
- Two external compression straps
- Glove-friendly pull tabs
- Hydration pocket
- Hook and loop nametape and flag patches
- Emergency survival whistle
- Torso-adjustable harness
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Hassle Free Packaging
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Questions and Answers
I've used this thing everyday for roughly two weeks now. 32L is much bigger than I anticipated. I can comfortably fit a week's worth of clothes, bathroom stuff, an extra "light" jacket and a small pillow for travel. That's using every compartment at max capacity but without stress of course. The cushions on this backpack rest very comfortably on my back; no discomfort all. I had this thing hanging from my shoulders for hours walking around the city during a long bus layover with no issues at all.
The YKK zippers are flawless. The 1000D Cordura fabric feels extremely durable. The waist belt IS removable by pulling apart the velcro patch in the middle of the sleeve that the belt slides into. Note that the velcro securing the belt is a super strong bond so taking it off is a little tricky. I can put it back on if I need it for hiking. The option to remove it is a huge plus. Also, the molle type webbing is a neat feature allowing this pack even more versatility. Lastly, this thing just looks nice. I appreciate the minimalist branding: a small "pure outdoor" square that blends in with the color of the pack.
I paid 59.99. At this price point the value is outstanding. It has absolutely exceeded my expectations. 100% satisfied. I see many many years of use.
However, there are two TINY (hopefully) issues. After returning from trip I noticed the thread in the middle of a seam on the front top compartment loosened a TINY bit. Its hardly noticeable but I just hope the thread doesn't pull/loosen any farther.
Second issue is a few days ago, out of no where I see two really long threads- about a foot long- hanging from a seam from bottom of zipper liner on the inside of front top compartment. Is it the end slack from when they sewed liner? The problem is I didn't see it before and i definitely would have noticed two 12 inch long threads hanging loose when i packed. I'm just going to tie a tight knot at the seam and cut the slack off.
Nothing is ever truly perfect and I'm positive these thread issues are negligible. Its definitely not enough to warrant removing a star. This is a serious 5 star product. If the seam in question becomes a real problem then i trust the 1 year manufacturer warranty will solve it.
That concludes my experience so far. I felt obligated to contribute a review after relying on so many before making a purchase. Its a great product and I highly recommend it especially now that I see it on sale for $9 cheaper than what I paid for it!
2 months ago