Bp Vision Outdoor Fanny Pack Hiking Camping Fishing Waist Bag 2 Water Bottle Holder Lumbar Pack
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- ♦Medium size: 11 * 5 * 6 Inch (L*W*H),waist strap can adjust range 26 to 50 Inch.
- ♦Multi-purpose : 2 extra shoulders straps, 3 ways to carry (waist back style, using the shoulder strap, using the backpack strap).
- ♦Outdoor lightweight and practical waist pack with to carrying enough water and gear for a day hike, camping, cycling, fishing etc.
- ♦Design: Wear-resistant nylon, breathable mesh lumbar, external organizable adjustment belt, dual water bottle holders, three exterior front zipper pocket, two exterior side zipper pocket to keep your stuff separate and organized.
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THE BEST OUTDOOR WAIST PACK YOUR EVER FOUND.
BP-VISION fanny pack can be used for traveling, hiking, outdoor&sports. perfect for carrying your water bottle, food, mobile phones, small first aid kit. high quality breathable mesh lumbar padding makes you comfort against your waist, 2 extra shoulders straps, 3 ways to carry (hip back style, using the shoulder strap, using the backpack straps).
Multi-functional, large bearing capacity,strong and durable.
Dual water bottle holders, three exterior front zipper pocket,two exterior side zipper pocket to keep your stuff separate and organized.
Medium size: 11 * 5 * 6 Inch(L*W*H), water bottle holder can accommodate a diameter of 3"（about 25 oz bottles), waist strap can adjust range 26 to 50 Inch.
(If you need an extended waist belt, please contact us)
Weight: 20 oz
Color: black, blue, green, orange, purple, red
- 1 x waist pack
- 1 x shoulder strap
- 1 x backpack strap
Washing & Maintenance Instruction
1. Air dry.
2. Please do not iron it.
3. Please don't wash with bleach.
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This is the review you're looking for if you're a mountain biker. I've only ridden with it once and I'll try to update after I've had it a while, but so far I'm a fan. Climbing with the shoulder straps on it disappears, I didn't think about it on my way up the hill at all other than "it's kind of fiddly to get these water bottles back in their holsters". I may try and make a shoehorn-like thing out of a 2 liter soda bottle or something to help guide them into place, but it held the water bottles much more securely than I expected when I first got the thing. You can see in the photo it holds almost all of a normal sized water bottle. Tall ones would stick out more and might become unbalanced but I haven't tried.
The thing's got plenty of room for stuff in it, and a bunch of pockets. I've got my multitool, garage door opener (ride from my house sometimes), tube, pump, shock pump, chain link, tire levers, and there's definitely room for multiple clif bars and a normal sized rain jacket in there. Plenty of straps on the outside that I might just cut off in case you want to strap more stuff to it, but for me it's got plenty of room inside for everything I'd want on a medium ride.
I had a cheap fanny pack before this one just to test the concept and it really pulled on my stomach if you put any water bottles in it. This one with the tiny shoulder strap takes the pressure off my waist and is more comfortable, and I'm able to load it down with twice as many bottles as I could with the old one and still be comfortable. I haven't tried it without the shoulder straps yet, so I can't speak to whether the straps come loose while riding or how comfortable it is that way.
Descending a couple times it tried to turn around and get in front of me, but only on really rough, really steep stuff. Probably I just need to tighten the belt, I had it pretty loose since the shoulder straps were doing a lot of the work. I might try and sew some silicone grip tape fabric on the belt or something to keep it more planted.
For $20, I'm beyond stoked. The thing looks the business, holds 2 bottles comfortably, and I have more than enough room for the stuff I'd want with me on any ride short enough that I don't need the full 3 liter backpack. I might get a 2L or 1.5L bladder and chuck it in there and see if I can't rig up a hose-belt situation like Camelbak or Evoc has. But for what I need it to do, this thing's great and I'd recommend it.
Anyway I put my wallet, car keys, my phone and some other stuff in the pack and sure enough. Everything inside the pack was dry, unlike me. I was soaked. I highly suggest getting one if you go on hikes near water or if your girlfriend likes to Accidentally shove it in the water.
other big tackle bag in my car but not need to carry all of them for going.
This isn't water proof that's missing 1 star but I applied nikwax so it is nearly water proof.
I have 4 plano boxes, 3 of them are double sided box so I still have plenty empty space
in my two small double sided boxes.
I put another one box which is for spinner bait on top. I also hang a plier hanging on it (not in pictures)
Put a drink on holder, (Gaterade 20oz bottle just fit) and just grab this bag and rod with reel, I'm ready for fishing.
However, what is up with the cheap crappy buckles? Thankfully none of mine broke, but the other reviews stating how flimsy they are were 100% on point. I felt like I had to be EXTREMELY careful to avoid breaking them. They should at least use good buckles for the main waist straps!
That being said, I plan on replacing the buckles and using this pack for a long time to come.
- holds 2 standard bike bottles very snugly, albeit a bit high as the bottle pockets are somewhat shallow. I plan to add some elastic cord attached to the the d-rings for the backpack strap attachment to further secure the bottles to prevent them from falling out during vigorous activities.
- main pocket is large enough for a light windbreaker and has 2 interior zippered pockets
- hip belt is very well padded as is the main bag to provide lumbar comfort
CONS : Bottle holders are shallow
- bag is heavier than expected
NOTE one commenter complained that the belt was too large and couldn't be shortened. He even posted a video demonstrating that it could NOT be shortened. He was not doing it correctly. The "triglide" buckle can be moved to enable the strap to be shortened to as small as 25 inches.
See the pics that show one side set to its shortest length and the other strap lengthened
NOTE 2 - pic of a windbreaker in the main compartment with room to spare
The real test of the pack construction came last Friday, when I was attempting to negotiate a steep mud covered slope, high sided, and was thrown off approximately 10-12 feet downhill directly onto my back (and the pack). I struck the ground hard enough to knock the wind out of me, and I had to lay there for a couple minutes to recover. I thought that the pack would be destroyed and the water bottles would be shattered, but the pack and the bottles (Nalgene 500ml) fared better than I did. The pack sustained no damage other than getting a little dirty - the material is light rip-stop but is extremely durable.
I only gave it four stars because there are improvements that could be made (in my humble opinion). I would appreciate full circumference zippers, as all zippers are about 70% of the width of the compartment to which they provide access...full circumference zippers would facilitate easier and efficient packing. There are two compression straps around the front of the pack - the short tabs attaching the female half of the buckle on the strap need to be longer so the buckle itself doesn't contact the back of the wearer and make contact bruises on a hike. The shoulder straps (the #1 reason why I purchased this particular pack) are effective, but the large plastic lobster claps should be exchanged for the same type of buckle used for the compression straps - flat to avoid contact bruises and snags, while also allowing for attachment of the included shoulder strap (with the companion buckle). Finally, the elastic pockets for the water bottles need to be large enough to accept 89mm (3.5 inch) diameter water containers. This size bottle has been the standard for Nalgene containers for decades, and Nalgene bottles are the de facto standard for serious hikers. I would like to carry 2 liters of water (one liter per hour consumption rate for strenuous activity), but I can only fit 2 500ml bottles of smaller diameter, which necessitates frequent trips back to base camp for refills (or using precious pack space for another bottle).
Even despite the little nits I'm picking, the pack seems to be the best available at the moment with the shoulder harness...so good, in fact, that I'm planning on getting another one soon for my wife to use to hold drinks and snacks for our children while we're on short hikes or in the park.
Bottom line...a great pack, but it could be epic with some minor improvements.
Mine arrived from the seller with a frayed nylon wasit strap. Not sure if it will hold up for many uses because once nylon frays, it doesn't stop fraying.
I made a very simple modification to mine where the suspenders connect to the pack. I popped out the oval clips from the fastening buckle and replaced these with zip ties, this allows the connection flush with the back: no more jabbing points of contact. This doesn't render anything unserviceable, for the oval clips can be easily snapped back into the buckle. This modification allows for a comfortable wear.
I will probably update my review to report the progression of the fray on the nylon waist strap in the next upcoming days. Not sure why I received one that was slightly damaged?
Update: The seller has sent me an additional pack since posting my initial review free of charge. It is nice to see a seller concerned for their customer's interest, a trait seldom seen these days. Thank you YUOTO for the good customer service :)