Reviews Summary


81% of the 3V Gear Outlaw reviews are good or excellent!

Excellent (65%)
Good (16%)
Average (7%)
Poor (5%)
Bad (7%)


Here's what the reviewers think about the 3V Gear Outlaw:

Reviewers like these things about the 3V Gear Outlaw

  • Some users like that the bag can be worn in front and contents can be comfortably accessed to while sitting or walking.
  • Others find it very comfortable and with plenty of room for photography gear, first aid kit, bottled water, flashlight, compass and an assortment of other items.
  • Some reviewers particularly noted how the strap slides very easily.
  • Many users are pleased to find all the zipper pulls have elastic strings, and all of them can be pulled to the same location.
  • Some reviewers said it's the perfect diaper bag for dads or anyone who doesn't like over packing.
  • Many users find the stitching outstanding.
  • Others like that the Molle strips are substantially sewn.
  • Many users thought the compression strap along the entire bag is a nice touch and is fully adjustable.
  • Others love how the shoulder strap offers a few molle points as well, and includes a small hinged ring for things like keys.
  • Some reviewers noted the handles have some nice padding, stitched and folded nicely.
  • Others like the additional pocket in the back, which allows them to put a few things into a somewhat hidden compartment.
  • Many reviewers thought the exterior molle straps are pretty nice, strong enough to hold handheld HAM radio with extended antenna for those trips in the outdoors.
  • Others appreciate the presence of a few additional interior mesh pockets for a few extras like cables, maps, a paperback book or two.
  • A ot of users find it very sleek and stylish.
  • Great overall features, quality construction and comfortable to wear are cited as the main reasons for choosing this bag.
  • A lot of users agree that the compartments are great and very well placed.
  • Some users said the molle system makes everything in the bag easily accessible.
  • A lot of users like how it fits comfortably to their frame.
  • Others appreciate that the hydration pack pocket is pretty water tight.

Reviewers don't like these things

  • Some users said it's poor quality even for the relatively low cost.
  • Others said the only downside on this bag are the zippers.



Rankings


vs 3V Gear Bags

The 3V Gear Outlaw ranks #3 compared with the other 3V Gear bags.

13V Gear Paratus
3.68
3V Gear Paratus
23V Gear Outlaw
3.20
3V Gear Outlaw
33V Gear Smuggler
2.95
3V Gear Smuggler

vs All Bags

The 3V Gear Outlaw ranks #2003 compared with all the bags we have checked.

2001Caudabe Veil
3.20
Caudabe Veil
20023V Gear Outlaw
3.20
3V Gear Outlaw
2003Wilson Vancouver
3.20
Wilson Vancouver
2004Lucas Troy
3.19
Lucas Troy
2005High Sierra Longshot
3.19
High Sierra Longshot



Vs Other Bags


Crowdsourced comparison of the 3V Gear Outlaw vs the Maxpedition Sitka.

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3V Gear Outlaw vs Maxpedition Sitka


3V Gear Outlaw
3V Gear Outlaw

3.20
Based on 635 reviews
Capacity:
Weight:
Price: $


Maxpedition Sitka
Maxpedition Sitka

4.30BEST
Based on 1,023 reviews
Capacity:
Weight:
Price: $$

  • The Outlaw is rated quite a lot worse than the Sitka.
  • In total, we have checked and analyzed 1,658 reviews of the two bags.

Only the Sitka is available in these colors:
Black
Green
Grey







Selected Reviews


Let's Talk Survival

This pack is lightweight and assembled from high-quality materials. Perfect for a well-organized EDC daypack if its small stature works for you. My only issue with the pack was after the first use, the elastic band material became a little frayed and it got worse from there.

Posted 19 December 2014 by Steve Ackerman - Read full review

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Last updated on February 10, 2019

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