Rated 3.8 out of 5 by 5
Rated 5 out of 5 by Hikerman Best backpack purchase ever!
I purchased this mid sized day pack online and it lived up this its billing! Light, well designed for breathability and functionality on the trail or biking around the city!
March 13, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Venetia My son loves it
This bag is one of the best I've seen adidas make . I know styles change ever so often but you should keep this one for a season or two more.
April 2, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Yenoh Excellent bag
The best bag for outdoor activities. I greatley recommend this bag
March 25, 2016
Rated 1 out of 5 by Hichy31 Rip in the backpack
Its only been a couple of weeks since I bought this backpack, not even a month, and today the bag ripped while i was closing it. The bag wasn't even stuffed and it ripped at the bond between the actual backpack body and the lighter material part that is supposed to close the back pack. Very disappointed, the bag looks like its made out of light materials that is supposed to make the backpack lighter, but adidas didn't play it well on the solidity and durability side.
you can see the rip in the photos.
December 16, 2015
Rated 3 out of 5 by sneakers808 Nifty features: rain cover, waist strap and drawstring
I got these as an alternative to a messenger bag - I wanted something that would weigh equally on my shoulders if I'm carrying any significant weight. My main requirement for a backpack is that it should be waterproof so that I have no worries if the weather changes and I get caught in the rain. This has a yellow rain cover folded and stored in a pocket at the bottom of the bag. You undo the velcro and unfold the rain cover, then wrap it onto the whole back of the bag - it has elastic around it so it hugs the bag. The rain cover is tethered to the bottom of the bag, so that you can remove and lose it. You simply fold it back into the pocket. When stored, it is like a cushion for the bottom of the bag. Another feature I like about the bag is that it can be strapped around the waist and tightened, so that most of the weight is borne lower, saving the shoulders. However, the shoulder straps themselves are skinny, which can be uncomfortable, so I always use the waist straps. The attachment of the shoulder straps to the bag seem robust, though it will be a while before I can see how quickly they wear out. The X straps on the back usually sag, unless the bag is filled to the top. I also chose this bag because of the drawstring opening - it is an alternative to a zipper, which can eventually wear out and rip. After pulling the drawstring, pull the top cover over and clip them onto the X straps - the bag now has a double-layer closure.
December 31, 2015