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About 30 litre capacity? Doesn't say here or on the website.
can you put this back up in 3 months! :D
What was the final price on these? Massdrop - please run this drop again!
HexCowboy
I got the Utility pack at $119.00 before shipping, a real steal. If you look at the product description below, the Transit pack will be another $35.00 making it $154.00 before shipping, making it cheaper $100.00+ getting it official or other stores right now.
Massdrop Overlords - count me in if you bring this back (the Transit pack). Amazinv price unfortunately I missed this ending while in transit flights across Asia.
I really like the idea of a waterproof backpack, but even the Utility looks very large for my uses. Do these collapse down a good bit when not full of stuff?
senseless
I'm only going off of my handling of similar material, but I would venture to guess no. If the bag came without the waterproofing, then I would say yes, but with it, it turns the material into almost a hard shell. That isn't to say that its not flexible mind you, but rather that its stiffer and tends to retain its shape
senseless
Having bought the Utility, it is smaller than it looked in the promo video for it on YouTube. It's about the same size as the backpack I used before it, when both are not full. When full, it doesn't hold as much as the old one could, but I rarely need to use it that way.
Read great reviews on these 2 backpacks from Showers Pass and decided to order the Utility bag. Including shipping to my country, it costs USD 75.00 cheaper than buying direct.
Never heard of these- seems to be a boutique manufacturer out of Portland. Every review I found said that these were incredibly solid and worked well, complaining only about the price and the weight. (with the aluminum buckles and the fabric spec, I believe them) Unfortunately it's actually pretty difficult to find a quality backpack like this for under $150 these days it seems. I see the Transit selling for $264- and at that price it's "That better be a *damn* good backpack that lasts me 10+years" and I'd be hesitant to buy one without handling one - but at this price I'm pretty confident it will be a good value sight unseen.
scosol
I don't have one... But the locals here in Portland, OR swear by them. I see them everywhere downtown. The look really nice and solid from what I've experienced at the River City Bicycles shop.
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