AGD ULE RT PRO (all black)
powerlyte one peice
nitro duck 68/4500
Impossible to take out pots
Lumbar support (see review)
Well, to start off, I open this pack up, and say hey, the rubber dye pulls on the straps aren't even on straight, no biggie.
Then i take it out and see that lumbar pillow, and its adjustable...great! then I later found out, that the harness wont strap on right if you use it, and the lumbar pillow is just pieces of chunky cotton; very uncomfortable, all it does is promote slippage since the fabric is so slick, once again, no problem, just take it off.
Ok, now this is the last straw for me, before I started TRYING to find weaknesses...Pods don't even fit in there, I've heard that only DYE pods will fit, but I tried LLP's (Lock Lid Pots), WDP Fat boys, and regular no name pots, I could only fit them in when I took the harness off.
The bad part was, I couldn't take them out either,me and my friend made it so the pods were barely in enough to run and they wont fall out, still couldn'nt pull them out.
Wait, it gets worse, The DYEtack on the back that's advertised, it fails to perform as advertised
That combined with other poor design elements, made this pack suck, because I play front, and if I dive or bend over, the belt had slipped up to the bottom of my breasts, yes I am a guy. The strap pullers also look like crap on the back side, like they were terribly "Micro-injected" as DYE says, I'm not writing this review to be biased, like almost every other review in here, because DYE is my favorite company, and now I only like their apparel.
If you want a pack that works, don't buy this pack, because it's a total piece of crap.
2 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, April 2nd, 2005 at 3:26 pm PST