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
17 days ago

Think Tank Urban Access 13

(1/2)

The Peak Design Everyday Backpack V1 was the first side access style bag that I used and really loved it at first. The biggest issue I had right off the bat was the fact that it just wasn’t comfortable to wear. I put up with it, but the first thing that I noticed when I threw the Urban Access 10 on was how it was the exact opposite. If you’re a fan of having an endless amount of pockets, then hidden pockets inside of those pockets, this isn’t the bag for you

Negative
17 days 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
17 days ago

Compartment

Think Tank Urban Access 13

(1/1)

I am 5’3” tall - rather small. I need a bag that can hold Nikon D810, 28-300mm lens, 16-35mm lens, Sony A7RII, 24-240mm, 100-400mm(Sigma) with side access capability (2 bodies, 4 lenses). Think Tank Urban Access 13 is perfect for my needs. It almost has 2 in one - Think Tank Streetwalker and Lowepro 250Aw II combined

Positive
K Lee
10 months ago

Carry-on

Size

Think Tank Urban Access 13

(1/1)

A comment: If it were an inch wider (at the bottom), my Sigma 150-600 lens would fit sideways nicely. (The next larger bag size would be too big for me.)

Negative
Efrain S.
1 year ago

Strap