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By READER RABBIT
January 26, 2018
Seams could be better but for the money it is a decent pack. The first one I purchase, the material that separates the sleeping bag compartment from the top stoarage area ripped at the seam when trying to pack the sleeping bag it in. I returned it and ordered another. Had to buy a compression bag for the sleeping bag and it fit but if you put too much pressure on the meterial, it seems like it will rip again. We go on a 13 mile hike at the top of the Palm Springs Tram in a couple of weeks and I will see how it holds up.
July 19, 2017
I am going to rate this pack based on value. I think it is important to realize that this pack is priced at less than fifty dollars ($50..). It is therefore patently unfair to compare it to a Kelty or an Osprey or an Eberlestock. If you want the best and can afford it, then you should buy one of those. I personally own five packs at this time. Two have external frames and can carry huge and heavy loads. One is a small daypack and suffices for day trips to the beach or to the lake. The other two are larger packs internal frame (or NO frame..) of which this is one. These packs get most of my use on a recurring basis. I use them for week long trips or sometimes longer. They can carry enough clothes and supplies to let me have peace of mind on extended hikes or multiple overnights in good weather. Even bad weather can be handled with judicious selection and packing. This Lixada pack is constructed of a combination of rip-stop nylon and a tougher canvas type of material similar to Cordura (I'm NOT saying that it IS Cordura... just similar). The zippers are sound with nice pulls. They appear to be a little less substantial than some, but are the type know as nylon coil zippers. These are the type most commonly used on luggage and packs. They are the strongest when being subjected to horizontal stress such as a piece of OVERstuffed luggage. The coil zipper is what keeps the luggage from being pulled apart..... Hence the reason for their use on packs as well. The material stitching appears to be fine. The individual stitches are spaced a little wider than I prefer, but they seem to hold well. The straps are the typical material with the typical fasteners. Plastic clips that release with opposing finger pressure. The straps seem to be well anchored at the termination points where they are sewed in place and BAR-TACKED. Everything looks like it is soundly designed and constructed. In my testing the pack functioned nicely. It was easy to pack and to get into when needed. I don't over-stuff my packs (typically..) so I expected everything to hold up and stay securely put together. It did. The pack has a location for a hydration bladder which is not furnished. Bladders are usually sold separately so that did not surprise me. The back side of the pack (in contact with your back..) has two sewn in vertical padded supports that will ease contact with your back. The shoulder straps and the waist strap seem adequate. I cannot verify the "waterproofness" of the pack, but I suspect that it will leak some like most day packs do. However this pack does come with a rain cover (bright orange..) that should help solve any water issues. I found this pack to be more than I expected. It is well designed and carries nicely. It holds a nice amount and could be used for a week long trip or possibly even longer depending on what you are doing. It is hard to find fault with this pack. Consider the price point versus a Kelty (or..??) and it becomes obvious that this is value priced. For the money, it seems to be well done and a GREAT value. Five stars for a pack that should do everything you need it to without the frills you pay extra for.... *Item furnished for review. This is it. My evaluation. My opinion. My words. Enough said.
June 20, 2017
I bought this for a 3 week backpacking trip to Malaysia and it held up very well. This was taken through several airports, on the train, walking, to the rainforest and none of the zippers ripped, the fabric stayed intact and the bag was spacious enough to hold almost two weeks of clothing. I am 5'3", quite thin, and shoulder straps are not as easy to adjust to fit a smaller body as a regular backpack. However, this wouldn't prevent me from buying this again since the waist and chest straps help to distribute the weight of the bag. It's comfortable to walk with and has enough compartments for smaller items. Worth the price.
June 5, 2017
Hiking backpack from Lixada arrived packed in a plastic bag 3 days after ordering online. I like this bag as it is very spacy - 50L, has many pockets outside, a huge main compartment, made from durable nylon fabric and has numerous extended possibilities to attach extra items on the bag. The bag looks very sturdy and quality made. I also like that it has orange rain cover and shoulder straps are made softer more comfortable. Approx dimensions: 23.6'' x 11.8'' x 7.9'' in (60 x 30 x 20 cm). Weight: 2.35lb (1070g). I received black one and I am very satisfied with this Lixada product. See the video how this Lixada backpack is packed, how it looks and feels. What is inside and how it is made outside.
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December 29, 2017
I've taken this pack out once and loved it. It functions as it should, had it weighted down with about 30 lbs of gear and it handled great. The padding on the straps was comfortable and it was roomy enough for cooking gear which included a 8" cast iron skillet, hammock, extra jacket, blanket, sportsman axe, collapsable cooler packed with food for a day for two. Also carried a first aide kit, two canteens, and some other smaller items I can't remember at the moment
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