Large Extreme Pak InvisibleTM Pattern Camouflage Backpack Review

At first glance

this bag seemed to be very sturdy. Unfortunately, looks can be deceiving.
As soon as I received it, I stuffed it with my camping gear and anxiously waited for the next trip. Right away I noticed it started to rip on top (where you close it). After about a year of barely any use (about 2-4 trips), the zipper on top broke and mash on side pocket ripped. It’s pretty uncomfortable to hike with. The waist straps dont help you support the weight, they just tend to bring the bag closer to your body.

It is however,

HUGE! You can fit a lot of stuff in it. It has a separate compartment for a sleeping bag (which can be turned into extended interior space). Plenty of spacious pockets for gear. Unfortunately, none of them are easily accessible while you have the bag on your back. It has an insane amount of available spaces for you to clip on your mat to or just about anything; on top, on sided, on the bottom, on front straps… you name it and there is a place where you can attach stuff to it. It offers mash (which has ripped after 3 uses) on sides for you to store your water canteen for “easy” access while having the bag. It’s somewhat easy to take it out but good luck putting it back in. The waist straps are very wide and if you have a multi-tool attached to your belt, expect a lot of discomfort.


skip it! Save your money and buy something less inexpensive.

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One Comment

  1. Listen to this guy. He is absolutely right. Don’t buy this bag. It’s made in CHINA and the workmanship is terrible. On a scale of 1 to 5 stars, I give this one a big ZERO. I have a Kelty external frame backpack that has lasted me OVER 30 years with at least 1,000 miles of hard use . Now this camo bag is being used as a storage bag. MY B.O.B is once again the Kelty because I know it will last another 30 years. Save you money and buy a good quality backpack.

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