We have one, as well as their Range bag. Great design, nice bag & features. But don’t be expecting a $150 bag for $45 (shipping).
Zippers and fabric are solid. However, would not rely too heavily on the too thin plastic hooks (with thin wire safety springs) for the back or shoulder straps… Or the undersized plastic loops to which they hook.
Good buy for $45 but I might skip it at $70+. Would definitely buy again at this price.
I bought three of these last time. One for me, and one for each of my two oldest kids. Very well made. The interior compartments make organizing your gear a lot easier. I haven’t had a chance to use it yet but the kids love theirs. I travel light on short business trips a lot. But I will be using this for personal trips because I think it could easily hold a week’s worth of casual clothes.
That’s great to know. I was at the range yesterday and was griping (to myself) about how garbage my current range bag was. 3 firearms, 6 mags, 6 boxes and eyes/ears and the thing was bulging. Plus it only has hand loops to carry.
Does this have any compartment for mags at all? Curious, because I may plunk down money on one of these.
I’ve carried this on multiple times with no issues. It’s a soft body and also has interior walls that can fold down to make this thing REALLY squish if you need it. If you’re worried about dangling straps, the backpack straps zip inside the bottom of the bag and all others tuck away nicely.
I used this as my main bag on a recent trip to Italy and had no problem even on slightly smaller domestic flight overheads. Only if the bag was overstuffed, I imagine you might have a problem fitting in overheads.
Bought the bag a little less than a year ago. very happy with it…that is until the main zipper broke. I tried contacting Yukon so they can honor their warrantee and no one is responding to my emails…I am open to any suggestions here…
Got my Bug-Out Bag today and it is great - I should have ordered two at this price. Plus the storm gray is a great color.
For those who like to use a waist belt when wearing a backpack, the shoulder strap can be used as one when clipped to the D-rings attached to the lower handle when you are wearing the bag. Pretty cool.
One thing I did not recognize - there is a small velcro loop sewn inside the pocket where you store the shoulder straps, in the middle just under the zipper. Is this for keys, or something else specifically? It doesn’t look like it attaches to anything else but itself, and why would you want your keys pressing into your back when wearing the bag as a pack.