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
1 month 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
1 month ago

Osprey Moki Hydration Pack - Kids'

(1/3)

The most important consideration is how much liquid the reservoir can hold. If you are a frequent hiker, it is easy to determine how much water you need. However, for first time hiking with kids, you need to take into account the fitness level of your kid, difficulty of the hike and even the temperature for that day as they are determinants of how much water should be consumed. Typically, children require 33 fluid ounces for every hour of hiking

Positive
1 month ago

Compartment

Osprey Moki Hydration Pack - Kids'

(1/1)

Its zippered compartments are handy for that extra storage of essentials and layers. It is very effective for a biking experience as it has a tool organizer pocket where bike essentials can be stored. Ventilation is guaranteed as the pack has padded mesh. The pack’s straps also steady the load on your kid’s back

Positive
1 month ago

Carry-on

Osprey Moki Hydration Pack - Kids'

(1/1)

No whistle. No side pockets. No reflective strips; no nothing! Yes, this backpack is a basic one and doesn’t feature that many extras. And its bladder is a bland one too

Negative
1 month ago

Strap

Osprey Moki Hydration Pack - Kids'

(1/1)

Will your child be well ventilated or will they have that uncomfortable streak of sweat rolling down their back? Comfort is enhanced by the correct fit to a pack. Therefore, look at the pack’s measurements to determine whether or not it is appropriate for your kid. Similarly, look into whether the pack’s straps are adjustable or not. It is advisable to get a pack with adjustable straps than fixed straps as your kid will most likely outgrow the latter

Positive
1 month ago