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Nitecore new backpack bp25

Discussion in 'EDC Bags' started by eira, Mar 29, 2019.

  1. eira

    eira Loaded Pockets

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    anyone have experience with new backpack bp25 from nitecore? well design with modularity but not sure about the nylon quality.. really apppreciate if anybody can give insight for this backpack :)

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    modularity option with waist bag nup30
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  2. chaosmagnet
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    Interesting, thanks for posting this. Some of the features appear to be similar to the Alpha One Niner Evade 2.0.
     
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  3. ProjeKtWEREWOLF

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    That actually looks pretty nice. I've been looking for a smaller alternative to my 5.11 R12. This is going on my list. The BP20 GOT decent reviews, so I'm hopeful regarding this.

    The hanging/suspended tablet pouch is a great idea (I'm awful for just dropping my pack with my kindle or tablet in it, risking damage)
     
  4. eira

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    cheers mate

    yea its nice, just need patient and wait for review on the nylon quality
     
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    Do these waist straps actually help with weight distribution?
     
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    Just prevent shuffling and slipping.
     
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    'Waist belts' can take some weight off the shoulders, but nothing off the spine. Depending upon your torso length, you need longer pack length, and of course a frame, with a weight-bearing 'hip belt' to properly shift the weight off your spine to your pelvis. My favorite hip belts for EDC rely on surface area (instead of padding) for comfort, and so can be easy tucked away when not needed.
     
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    The intense smoldering look of that dude really sells it.