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prep21 Monday, May 20th, 2002
Period of
Product Use:
3 months3 of 3 people found this review helpful.

More than 5 years
Products Used:
JT Slammer Pack, Redz Comfort Pack
Marker Setup: WGP 2001 STO:
DYE TI Boomie, Richochet 2K, ANS Quick-Pull Ventur, CP On/Off Valve
Strengths: Wow...where do I start? First, I would like to say that the customer service from Top Stitch is Top Flight. Unreal, particularly in an era of generally poor customer service. Anyway, back to the pack. I have a Horizontal 2-Pod because I am a front player and need totally low profile and not an outrageous amount of rounds - this pack is PERFECT. The quality of the construction, the tightness of the fit, and the comfort are all first rate. For us smaller guys (32 waist), well fitting packs are tough to come by, and the Top Stitch is outstanding. Perhaps what sets it apart from others (like Redz) is not only is it a VASTLY SUPERIOR VALUE, but it also is of one-piece construction - so there is Zero movement while running and crawling. You have no reason to buy any other pack. Period. Plus, the tournament card holder is pretty cool and very handy.
Weaknesses: The product itself is nearly devoid of negative attributes. Believe me, I am not about to give a fluffy and unobjective review, but I am telling the truth when I say that I cannot think of a single time when this pack has let me down while playing. However, in terms of design, it really could benefit from a small pocket for keys or a wallet/money clip. The JT Slammer Pack has a perfect pocket to copy.
Conclusion: Simply unreal. Nothing else on the market even comes close. The only reason I will not give a 10 here is because it does have a flaw - it has no useful pocket. I would rate the JT at something like a 6 (not adjustable enough) and the Redz at something like a 7. The M-Pack is truly in its own league. All they have to do is throw a utility pocket on there, and its truly good to go in all respects.
9 out of 10

Review Comments
sonnemann Tuesday, August 19th, 2003 | 7:54 pm PST
wow, it sounds nice, but 55 bucks for a two-pod pack is still pretty steep...

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