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Maxpedition Falcon-II Backpack 0513
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Most Helpful Positive Review Falcon II - small tactical daypack
The Falcon II is an excellent small daypack. It's narrow profile allows for unimpeded movement or your arms. The webbing allows for numerous choices t...
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Outstanding

by ssmail, from United States, MS Written on October 25, 2014
Great pack....the quality meet and exceeded all my expectations. I use this for a survival or emergency pack and everything i need fits into the pack....the stitching is durable and strong. The OD green is a true military color, as i heard that a lot of military personal use this pack in real survival conditions....
Pros:
  • wieght
Cons:
  • None
Best Used for:
  • survival pack
Would recommend: Yes
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Maxpedition falcon ii

by Nubbin92, from United States, VA Written on October 24, 2014
Bag is just the right size for me. Material and zippers are a little stiff, but the bag is tuff as nails. I use it every day. I am in and out of vehicles all day, and bag has shown no wear. The only gripe would be is that the straps are a little stiff, but small sacrifice for such a tuff bag....
Pros:
  • Tuff / Rugg
Cons:
  • None so far.
Best Used for:
  • Everyday carry
Would recommend: Yes
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great backpack

by meatloaf, from United States, NC Written on August 15, 2014
Bought the orange version to use for hunting. Great backpack for carrying all of my required items. Easy to strap on a small chair and shoot sticks on the side. Very comfortable. Highly recommended....
Would recommend: Yes
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Best EDC bag I've owned

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, GA Written on April 5, 2014
This bag has only been owned for a couple weeks and I've already (literally) dragged it through the swamps of South Georgia and the mountains of North Georgia. It's ruggedness is second to none and the options available for usage are limitless. The only downfall on Maxpedition is their name, which automatically drives up the price. Optics Planet does a great job with pricing and shipping, but I know the manufacturer doesn't make it very easy for them to mark things down. Bravo to Optics Planet. Semper fortis.
Pros: Durability and Warranty
Cons: Price and Advertising...
Would recommend: Yes
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Great quality

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner Written on March 18, 2013
Great pack. Wished it had a nalgene water bottle pouch, but I easily attached one to the side of this pack. Super thick and durable!!
Pros: Nylon thickness
Cons: A little stuff at first. ...
Would recommend: Yes
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It's a backpack

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner Written on November 23, 2012
You can feel how well this thing is made the first time you grab it or open a pocket. It's not the stuff other companies pass off as forest packs, it actually holds up in the forest. And it will last until the end of time. Yeah, it'll easily make it to December 21st. It'll probably outlast you on the day.
Pros: Backpack, tough like a rock, hard like a rock, durable like a rock
Cons: It was not filled with money when I received it...
Would recommend: Yes
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EXCELLENT PRODUCT

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner Written on April 12, 2012
this is an excellent pack!! i use it for hunting and i can carry 25-30 pounds of gear in it and i dont feel the weight at all. the straps are very comfortable, there are lots of pockets and compartments, lots of straps to secure items, and also many loops on the outside if you need to attach more items. for the price, you will not find a better pack!!
Pros: LOTS of space, straps, loops, very comfy shoulder straps
Cons: none...
Would recommend: Yes
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Nice small backpack

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, WI Written on March 25, 2012
Nice backpack. I used it on a day hike so far and no complaints.
Pros: Ability to add many accessories
Cons: Not made in USA ...
Would recommend: Yes
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Every Day Carry

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, MI Written on February 29, 2012
First I will say that this bag is a little bit pricey. You get what you pay for. This bag is awesome. I use it as my EDC bag. It has enough room for my first-aid kit, change of clothes, food, water, and all of my get-home gear. This bag holds everything I want to carry on myself, with room to spare. The foliage green color is less grey than it appears in the on-line pictures. It has that tacti-cool appearance, but would easily blend in to a city environment.
Pros: Organization, Compression, Clam Shell Opening
Cons: None...
Would recommend: Yes
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Maxpedition Falon II

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner Written on February 19, 2012
This is a very nice pack, and well worth it if you can find it around the $100 dollar mark. If you're tall, forget about using the waist belt. You'll end up looking like a grown man in a child's backpack. I'm 6'2" and I had to remove the waist belt. I was a little disappointed in some of the stitching. On the back of the bag and on the shoulder straps I saw some stitching that did not meet my expectations for something coming from Maxpedition. I also wish that the main compartment had more zippered mesh pockets, similar to the 5.11 Rush 24. To be honest, it appears to me that the 5.11 bag would have suited my needs a bit better in terms of organization. I can't speak about the 5.11's product quality as I don't own one yet, but I like the organization of the bag (minus the short pen holders). One way to overcome the grown man in a child's backpack look is to purchase the Maxpedition Proteus. This is what I did. This allows you to lengthen the bag by attaching it to the bottom of the Falcon II via Molle attachment, and use the Proteus' waist belt as the primary waist belt. This also gives you another compartment to organize your gear. I used this space to store my first aid supplies. Just consider, after purchasing the Proteus, you'll be set back at least $150 depending on how good of a deal finder you are. I love my Maxpedtition Falcon II, I just think you should consider exactly what you're looking for in a backpack before making the purchase.
Pros: Durable, color ...
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