Up for review is the Condor Outdoor Urban Go Pack. A spacious pack, this item is feature rich, with a large capacity; 48 L in fact.
I tested out this pack over the course of about 8 hours, and as many miles in the Georgia mountains, loaded out with between 20 and 40 lbs each hike.
Let’s go over the features first.
Complete with two cinch straps to make the pack smaller or larger depending on your loadout, it also comes with a chest strap and waist belt. In the waist belt, you can keep your ID, hunting license, or other important documents you need quick access to (See below)
The pack has padding on the back itself, along with a padded laptop sleeve (seen below). It does offer a significant amount of protection for the laptop, and one can also insert other long, flat items into it for safekeeping. While the chest strap does not come with a whistle integrated into it like other field packs, it is secure.
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