Reviews by Topic

Our analysis shows how reviewers feel about different topics. Please note these are not full reviews.

Comfort

Atlas Packs Athlete

(1/2)

Important: Choose the Adventure or Athlete hip belt – otherwise you will have literally no padding on your hips. I don’t recommend using the bag without a hipbelt either. The Adventure belt is more comfortable as it provides two layers of foam padding and a wider webbing and buckle – it’s also bigger and bulkier.

Positive
23 days ago

Osprey daylite

(1/1)

This bag was a purchase I made to replace my old Osprey pack that I'd worn out. As a college student, I'm in the market for something durable, small yet spacious, and of course, comfortable.

Positive
snowshinobi
4 years ago

Hiking

Atlas Packs Athlete

(1/1)

I also purchased a Capture Clip from Peak Designs which allows you to fix the camera to the shoulder strap in place while hiking – a great addition to this pack.

Positive
23 days ago

Osprey daylite

(1/1)

This is a great smaller bag for day hikes, Just big enough to carry everything you need for a long 12hr hike. I can fit my down jacket, plenty of water, gloves, lunch, knife, sunglasses case and still not have to cram things too tight.

Positive
Utah Climber
5 years ago

Compartment

Carry-on

Osprey daylite

(1/2)

I've had the Allpa 35 for 2 years now (built-in hip belt model, bought summer 2018) and overall am very pleased. It looks stylish and not like any other backpack, so it's easy to find in a pile of bags, and has plenty of capacity while fitting under standard airplane seats if needed. I was initially worried that because it doesn't have locking zippers (just zipper garages to prevent a quick theft) it wouldn't be secure if it had to be checked, but this turned out to be a non-issue since it fits under the seat of economy flights (I've checked!). Flying basic economy is less stressful, since even when they start checking the roll-a-board bags, they've never cared about my backpack and usually I can find an overhead bin to shove it into since it's flexible and rectangular in shape (it can fit on its side sometimes!)

Positive
InDiscipline42
2 years ago

Size

Osprey daylite

(1/1)

This bag was a purchase I made to replace my old Osprey pack that I'd worn out. As a college student, I'm in the market for something durable, small yet spacious, and of course, comfortable.

Positive
snowshinobi
4 years ago

Strap

Osprey daylite

(1/2)

.when I tighten up the shoulders straps, the top part of the straps where the straps join kinda cuts into the back of my neck. The obvious solution is to loosen the straps so the bag hands little lower, but I like wearing the bags high on my back so that it doesn't tub on my trouser belt. This though depends on how your shoulders are shaped and how high you like to wear your backpacks and in that regard, this is a very minor problem

Negative
Robert Kyalo
4 years ago