2) If you like sewing projects, you can have a lot of fun repairing it (I certainly have). Seeing how long I'll be able to keep it usable is going to be fun. Also good if you want to try your hand at a do-it-yourself custom harness: since it's so inexpensive, it doesn't matter if you FUBAR it. However, don't get attached to your handiwork; it won't last long.
3) Big bottle pouch: I actually use mine to carry a 1.5 litre water bottle.
1) Buckle: Mine snapped after three uses. So I went to an outdoor goods store, bought a proper one, and sewed it in myself.
2) Material: Although it looks like it's made out of Cordura, it's actually made out of rubber-backed polypropylene (the stuff they made lawn chair webbing out of back in the Seventies). It rips when you wash it, and the rubber peels off in little strips. It's fragile as all hell and falls to pieces in no time.
3) High profile: the tubes stick out to the side a lot, even on me (and I'm fairly large).
Save your money. Do not buy this harness. Even at its low, low price point, it is not worth it.
Not too bulky, cool camo pattern, Flip lid loaders worked well, Full adjustable tank pouch, durable cloth and good stitching.
A little difficult to reinsert tubes in slots. Also the slots are cut a little too big for a 100 round loader and the velcro could be more to ensure a tighter closure.
Overall a good pack for newbies or mid level players who arnt trigger happy. a good pack for woods players too. I give this an 8 because the pouches could have been desighned for a better fit of the loaders.
FIRST: i cut off all of the tube pouches and sewed back on two of them in a diagonal angle so i could get them out easier. SECOND: my buckle broke so i got a new one and use suspenders. THIRD: i run remote with a steel 48 ci nitro tank and with 200 rounds the pack stays in place pretty well. FOURTH: i am small so if works a lot better with the custom placement of the tubes.
this product is really that bad. i will give it a 8
Like everyone else, the belt snapped after only the second use. The plastic bit that snaps together was not strong enough to stand the preasure of readjusting the belt. It still snaps together, it just doesn't hold the belt any longer.
The material seems to be cheap as well. Th 32 degrees logo is about the only thing that looks like it will last. I will be picking up a new harness soon and writing this one off as garbage.
Normally I would not slam a product, but as simple as a harness should be, this just fails miserably.
The buckle is plastic and broke on the second day I had it while I was putting it on. It's cheap plastic and not sturdy at all. I still use it by rigging it but it's uncomfortable and was a wasted 20 bucks
it holds the tubes fine, and it's easy to use but it's not worth the cost, it's a cheap piece of crap