Paratus 3-Day Backpack Features
- Dimensions 20"h x 12"w x 8.5"d
- 40 Liters
- Total Weight 4.45 lbs.
- Available in: Olive Drab, Black, Foliage Grey and Coyote Tan
- Limited Lifetime Warranty
3V Gear Paratus 3-Day Backpack Reviews
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This pack is not a 3-day bug-out, survival, camping, hiking, nor backpacking pack. Here are its deficiencies. (1) You cannot get the waist belt to maintain adjustments, as the portion of the belt attached to the pack on both sides slips through the tensioner upon any adjustment using the straps near the buckle. One either has to attach the back of the strap to the removal pack on the bottom, which results in no adjustment capability up front by the buckle or modify the backend tensioning somehow. (2) The shoulder straps have no tensioning straps on the front of each strap so as to quickly adjust tension or raise the pack on your back. (3) The shoulder straps are not connected to the pack with what could be termed sufficiently strong threading as the threading appears to be two courses of what looks like thread used to attach a button to a dress shirt. (4) The removal pack is does not stay in place with any weight of equipment placed inside. The snaps that hold the small pack to the main pack do not stay closed with weight. (5) The removal side pouches use hook and loop MOLLE straps to hold the pouches to the main pack. Again, these straps are only attached to the pouches using a single thread line on each side of the individual strap. (6) The internal so-called hydration pouch is not really a hydration pouch other than having a hydration port at the top of the pack. It is beginning to fall apart after only 2 uses involving only a couple of hours on the trail on separate occasions. (7) You better not exceed twenty pounds in weight as the tensioning system used to snug the compartments on the pack do not remain as adjusted. Moreover, these straps are not actually lined-up and therefore do not serve any fighting purpose, especially if you attach any additional pouches to the back of the pack. (8) Finally, the shoulder strap sternum connection is too high and almost becomes a choker.
I would recommend looking elsewhere as this does not serve its purpose as advertised.
Paratus 3-Day Operator's Backpack
Zippers could be better. Overall good for the money.
3 Day Paratus Bag has been perfect for hiking/ruck marching. Quality product with good weight distribution.
The padded waist belt and sternum strap kept losing up are simple to mile hike through the woods it was kind of annoying if there was a better way to lock the straps in place after you adjusted them for comfort for them to stay it would make us a lot better other than that it's a really good pack overall