SUBROSA URBAN TECH BACKPACK FEATURES
B. YKK zippers and silent zipper pulls
C. Discreet (SOB) styling
D. 2 Water bottle pockets
E. Rugged grab handle
F. Velcro ID panel with included 3V Gear patch
G. Velcro strap keepers
- Internal padded pocket for a laptop, tablet, or hydration reservoir
- Padded base to protect your laptop or tablet
- Dimensions: 19"h x 13"w x 9"d
- 30 Liters
- Weight: 1.1 lbs
- Available in: Black
- Limited Lifetime Warranty
- Made in Myanmar
Subrosa Urban Tech Backpack Details
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Front pocket with more space and an addition of water bottle pockets hit the mark. A larger patch field is a nice touch but the admin pocket is what blows Goruck out of the water. All in a lighter weight package.
This pack is super comfortable, light, and performs way better than I thought it would. It only gets 4 stars because the puller comes off the zipper slider easily (an easy fix with pliers) and this bag is a lint magnet.
Separate interior mesh pockets instead of one large.
Nice so far, I like it.
However I had to cut off like 12x+ loose threads, some on the expansion side pockets (tying across the elastic part, that were not suppose to be there, many fibers/ threads around the main zipper, some on the flat strap of the main straps being just puffy).
Compared to my 2x velox and redline 40l, this is the first back that seems like the QA was off and left a funny taste in my mouth. Also the main straps on my GFs Pront pouch just came out on the d-ring portion that holds it in place. Back to the Subrosa, velcro loop had a loose thread, main strap bottom attachment triangle had some puffy threads.
So 3V if you are listening QA this better or reach out to your manufacturer on this one, Velox was perfect, this seemed off. Also note this is more money than the Velox.
Overall, after some cleanup, I am very happy with the bag, mind you I just got it today, but everything else seems fine.
So yea I spent like 20+ min with Leatherman scissors and a lighter cleaning it up. Nothing seemed like a failure point just rough.
I just got my new Subrosa so I can’t say I’ve had it long enough to give a solid review but I can certainly compare it to my older Subrosa which has held up very well.
-The old one had a lay flat main compartment but not for the admin while the new one has a lay flat admin but not for the main compartment. Truthfully I would have preferred the main compartment to remained the “lay flat” style but I do like the admin design!
-The zippered laptop compartment on the back is a a big improvement from the velcro pocket that the old one had. I only wish the zippers went all the way to the bottom and the velcro inside was a little bigger.
-Another difference is the old pack had molle on the side while the new one has water bottle pockets on the sides… while I’m ok with the water bottle pockets I liked the Molle better. I was able to put a water bottle on one side and an IFAK on the other with Molle it’s just more versatile.
-My final gripe is the one that I can’t explain. While my other comments are subjective this one is not. It pertains to the mesh pockets. Based on pictures I thought they would be small pockets but for some reason the upper mesh pocket passes through to the lower mesh pocket. I’ll probably attempt to sew this shut at some point.
-Overall I think this bag is an improvement over the old one and I liked the old one!
For the moment I have a 5:11 Molle panel slipped into the interior laptop sleeve and secured to the hydration hanger. Hopefully this will give me some organization and separation in the main compartment.
Great daily carry backpack. Fits work laptop nicely. Just what I was looking for.
I own the previous model of the SUBROSA and it became my favorite bag. Now, this badboy is the better model. Still a compact grey man's bag but with a lot more room and a nice ADMIN section for organization. They reinforced multiple areas on the bag to prevent ripping for heavy use. Very comfortable. 3VGEAR has been listening to all our comments and they continue to deliver at a decent price point. They are my go to store for bags.
I'd buy this bag again. Most definitely .
So far seems very durable. I'm happy with it!
Good for work, school, edc, rucking! Improvements from previous version are great. Better laptop compartment, more padded straps with sternum strap, and the preferred Velcro panel for patches. Only thing I would change which is just preference is the shoulder straps are a little wide, mainly if you have a smaller frame. I would prefer them be a 1/2in narrower. I highly recommend this bag.
I carried the prior model Subrosa for a few years. It barely shows signs of wear, and it has been a stellar day bag. I wished the front compartment would zip all the way down for full open access, and I wished it had an external bottle holder. These are two of the changes applied to the new model, so I ordered two for a pal and I. Just loaded it up. I could not asked for a better day bag at this point. Very organizable, good capacity, and TOP NOTCH quality. I use a covert gun bag, the Subrosa, and the 3V 45L duffle, daily. All three cost me less than 1 "premium" branded backpack, and none have disappointed on quality or features. 3V has solved decades of bag drama for me. Get one of these for you or a loved one. It is sure to be a prized companion.