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I don't know much about backpacks, but after a little searching online I bought one to replace my hunting backpack that is worn out.

I didn't want to spend much money as I don't hike in the wilderness for days. I just need something to help me organize my gear for day in the woods.

I bought a Gelindo for $33.00. I used my wife's Amazon account and used a credit on her balance so the bag cost me $15.00. You get quite a lot for not much money. It is covered with mollie, has an insulated compartment for a hydration water bag system or keeping food cold or hot.

It has a midja (edited the mistake) belt as well with more compartments. I watch some youtube reviews and they were very positive.

I think I can attach my rattlin' antlers to the mollie and that keeps them out the way. They tangle up on everything in my old bag.

Overall I think this will be great. It might not last the rest of my life but for $33 bucks it will do.
Brown Military camouflage Camouflage White Sleeve
Shoe Font Strap Personal protective equipment Pattern
 

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ought to be a decent pack.
 

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That does look like a decent pack, that belt is overbuilt for that bag, but that’s not a bad thing.
 

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That does look like a decent pack, that belt is overbuilt for that bag, but that's not a bad thing.
Looks to me a lot like a Maxpedition. A lot of the knockoffs are just as efficient as the name brand packs, just made out of cheaper components. But they work well. I have a Fieldline knockoff of the Maxpedition Sitka sling pack. It has held up well, and is maybe a third of the price.

I think the waist strap is overkill but it will certainly add stability!
 
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