The SnAPP™-Back Pack is designed for the tournement Professional. They offer an unprecedented level of comfort and versitility at a price that won't make you see red or feel blue. Best of all they are made here in the USA.
The Allen Paintball Products 3+2 SnAPP Pack is older, so while it may be available used and in a few cases new, it is not commonly available anymore.
Viewloader VL Pax Ball Hauler, JT Slam Pack (only tested), Redz Entry Level Pack 300
Pirahna Evo SE (with Evil Detonator Reg)
Evil Driver Barrel
Evil on/off ASA
AC Derlin bolt
12v VL Revy
LP Crossfire 70/4500
Holds pods securely
Belt built in
No colors (no big deal)
I guess this is an uncommon pack to use. This is my first GOOD pack, and it really is good.
It's made of comfy flexible neoprene with nylon trim. The belt is built in instead of having to buy it seperately. The belt has plenty of velcro to hold it in place on you. It also has some elastic so it bends with you and it doesn't cut you in half.
It holds 140 round fat boy tubes well, but it seems like the velcro almost wasn't made long enough to hold them in. They do keep them in securely however, even in slides. The elastic extra pod holders are a tad tight. I find myself straining to get the pods out of them sometimes.
Overall, this is a great beggining to intermediate pack. It looks and is built like most of the well known companie's packs. As of now, you can find these for fairly cheap since they are older, they just don't turn up too often. It could use a squeegey holder or accessory pocket though.