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Most Helpful Positive Review A backpack that works!
I've had the Vulture II for about 6 months now. Well worth the cost. I use it every day to haul around stuff for work, as an overnight bag (about the ...
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Best Back Pack Ever, Solid

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, WA Written on March 14, 2013
This is one great bag. I own both the Vulture and Condor bags. The Condor is smaller than I like. It cannot hold a 15 inch laptop without difficulty. The most the Condor can hold is a 13 inch laptop, Great bag but slightly small for my taste. ***The Vulture II is roomier. I use it daily for work I put in a 15 inch laptop a lunch sac a 20oz Nissan mug and I have room to spare for say gym clothes or books or something. It has storm zippers. It maintains its shape, it doesn't just flop flat. It is a great all around bag. I am 5'10" it fits great. It will last forever, its solid 1000d. Definitely recommend it.
Pros: maintains shape, roomy, looks good, super tough
Cons: none...
Would recommend: Yes
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GREAT PIECE OF EQUIPMENT

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner Written on May 19, 2012
Great pack for the money. I look forward to many years of use. Pack is made to last and is well worth the money to get it.
Pros: excellent quality fabric
Cons: none...
Would recommend: Yes
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GREAT BUG-OUT-BAG

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, PA Written on December 17, 2011
Great overall bag.
Pros: HEAVY DUTY
Cons: NONE...
Would recommend: Yes
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Maxpedition Vulture II

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, PA Written on June 2, 2011
This is an outstanding pack. It is well designed and constructed with quality materials. The large pockets have plenty of room for all your gear. The exterior webbing allows for molle attachments which makes this a very adaptable pack.
Pros: Engineered for heavy duty use
Cons: none...
Would recommend: Yes
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Max vulture II

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, IL Written on April 21, 2011
It's a great pack made to last for years and hold up to some serious abuse. Perfect size for those that prefer a larger style pack and from a manufacture you cab trust.
Pros: Well built with quality materials easily adaptable to many needs.
Cons: Only complaint is that being over 6 ft i don't like the way waist strap sits on me. Every pack I own fits this ways just wish MAX found a way to make it drop down more from the back rather then just angle it down for taller people. ...
Would recommend: Yes
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Tough as NAILS

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, WI Written on March 29, 2011
This is the first really good backpack I've ever owned, coming from $30-$60 bags which break down or fall apart after a year, or in some cases a few months. The Vulture II bag - everything on it and part of it - was built for war. It could be a great school bag, a hiking bag, travel bag, or anthing else. I've been trying it out in many different siutations for weeks now, and it works best if you add other Maxpedition attachments on it, or even some mid-priced pouches and things (like a water bottle holder). Mine is now decked out with attachments to carry pretty much anything. I even have a hydration bladder it in for taking walks. If you want a good bag that will last for a lifetime, that is very water resistant, can be used for pretty much any purpose, get this bag. It's worth the money, and you get what you pay for. Maxpedition has the best quality for the price, no doubt about it. You WILL know the difference from cheap bags the first minute with this baby.
Pros: extremely durable, lots of attachment options, very comfortable with large loads
Cons: Not a lot of smaller pockets for orgainizing things - needs attachments and pouches...
Would recommend: Yes
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A backpack that works!

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, CA Written on December 23, 2010
I've had the Vulture II for about 6 months now. Well worth the cost. I use it every day to haul around stuff for work, as an overnight bag (about the same size as a 3-day assault backpack), for day-hikes, traveling, you name it. Also makes a great Bug-Out-Bag. All three pockets seem to be well-sized for use. The straps on the side help in cinching the load to keep it from moving. Sternum strap is well-placed. The waist strap (kidney strap) is a little high on me (6'3"), but works. It also tucks away when it's not in use.

There are some thorough reviews on youtube about this backpack that cover it in more detail, but with Maxpedition's quality, you can't go wrong. Highly recommend!
Pros: Tough, good size, functional, well-built
Cons: Cost...
Would recommend: Yes
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best pack ive used

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, GA Written on December 23, 2010
this is an incredible backpack, its built like a tank and holds ALOT of stuff, mostly i use it as a camping/hiking pack for the weekends, also use it to carry my shooting gear and once i used it as my carry on when flying. if there is any con its the backpack can carry so much stuff i tend to overload it with to much weight to carry on your back but thats my fault not the packs, i will definitly be buying more maxpedition gear.
Pros: very tough,multi fuctional,capacity
Cons: not one...
Would recommend: Yes
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