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    Opinions on a backpack

    Found this on Ebay http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/50L-Molle-...L3Ngf1evM9BXjQ

    It`s water proof they say nothing fabseal wont sort out but what I like is the pouches as I have a old Alpine low rucksack not external pockets more of a stuff style back .
    As it has removable pouches I thought I can have easy access to first aid kit ,fire kit anything else I need in a hurry instead of digging through current bag.
    Anyone got one of these or something Similar plus in is not stupid money it is a bag I will use everyday so cant justify spending a lot on a bag .

    Gerry

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    Natural Born Bushcrafter Woody's Avatar
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    Nice ...
    The pictures show little if any back/shoulder padding though , nice size and price.
    And as you said , separate and detachable pouches make sense.
    Just not convinced about comfort for wearing one on my back ...

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    Last edited by Woody; 29-05-2016 at 11:14 AM.

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    Natural Born Bushcrafter Woody's Avatar
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    Actually I think I might order one myself, that's a real steal at that price bud...
    And he accepts returns!
    Can't go wrong Gerry...
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    just ordered one also like fact the pouches have a belt system even better

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    For that price it's worth the gamble, they are Chinese made so the stitching may be weak, if it's for a quick bushcraft over nighter they should be fine. I wouldn't want to walk a long distance.
    One thing to consider with any Chinese clothing or pack, is they are made for Asian body types, if your a big, tall guy they tend to be tight and not comfortable.

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    You might get lucky but the likelihood is it will fall apart in no time.
    Richard
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    hello,
    There was a store up in Glasgow selling these as camera equipment bag with removable pouches alike to webbing belt order. I'd save my money for something more reliable to be honest..
    Regards
    David

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