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Old 12-15-2012, 07:35 PM
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I picked up this Fieldline "Tactical" bag from Wal-Mart today for $15. - They also had the larger version for $30, but I may get a second small one (that way, one for each vehicle).

I haven't quite tested the bag out yet, and yes, some of the materials are cheap, but it's comfortable and expands very well. The outside seems pretty solid/durable, while the inside is somewhat cheap. It sits comfortably on the back and is nicely padded.

I've got it packed up to leave in my car for any roadside-emergencies or general preparedness.

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Old 12-16-2012, 08:01 AM
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I have the larger one of those two as my BOB. Its tested and passed with flying colors.

My wife and two daughters have other Fieldline bags and they love them.

All four of us have never had an issue with them.
Old 12-16-2012, 04:49 PM
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I just traded some PS3 gear for a Camelback Motherlode pack (awesome bag!), so I will probably get a second small Fieldline pack for my truck, and the other for my wife's car. They really are great bags for the price. Time will be the test.
Old 12-16-2012, 08:06 PM
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I bought the larger one with the rifle scabbard. $30 buck at wally world. It held up deer hunting and has great adjustment to it.
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Bought two of the $10 camo ones from wal-mart about a year ago and both are still in great shape. DW uses hers fully loaded with textbooks daily, and mine gets packed with daily essentials ( F.A.K, lunches, whatever else I feel I want for the day.) I have found no complaints at all.
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Ive got ya beat, I got the large feildline for 15$, i woulda bought more but it was the last one they had.

seems like a solid bag, I already have a grey man ghb. this is going to be more of a "edc" bag when im out hunting and fishing.
Old 12-25-2012, 04:25 PM
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I just got the Fieldline Tactical Alpha Ops (tan) pack for Christmas. But I am concerned that Fieldline packs seem to get pretty bad reviews for poor quality stitching, non YKK zippers, flimsy plastic parts and unusually thin materials. Of course for $40, I guess it *IS* a "cheap" pack. Not sure if I should return it and go in search of something a little better. FWIW, I was looking for a decent, medium sized GHB / BOB.


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