Black Diamond Axiom 40 Review, Pros and Cons

Black Diamond Axiom 40 is rated 4.4 based on 10 reviews


Reviews Summary


Here’s what the reviewers think about the Black Diamond Axiom 40:

Reviewers like these things about the Black Diamond Axiom 40

  • A reviewer thought that the Black Diamond Axiom pack sports the perfect balance of lightweight and volume for going light without feeling too exposed.
  • Users mentioned that its soft, breathable 3D mesh on hip belt and shoulder straps offer superior comfort and load support.
  • Reviewers pointed out that its highly adaptable pack design combines a traditional, removable top lid with roll-top closure underneath that allows quick and clean adjustment of the weight and volume.
  • According to some reviewers, its internal pocket holds hydration reservoir for hydration on the go.
  • Other reviewers thought that its side compression straps help stabilize the load.
  • They felt that it is designed to carry moderate loads comfortably.
  • They also noticed that its suspension system is unique.
  • Some users pointed out that its frame unit is bendable to create a customized anatomical contour to match the user.
  • Testers noted that it has a fixed torso length.
  • Several reviewers indicated that bag’s load lifters allow some additional latitude.
  • A user took notice of its OpenAir back panel that provides ventilation and conforms to the user’s back.
  • Another user recommended the use of the pack for summer backpacking trips and ski trips.

Reviewers don’t like these things

  • A reviewer thought that its hip belt slips with heavier loads, unless very tightly fastened.
  • A few other reviewers noted that it does not have the full-on ergoACTIV suspension.

Selected Reviews


Backpack Gear Test

It is a versatile pack that carries load comfortably. The good suspension system and the large packing capacity makes the bag favorable to most.

Posted 21 August 2012 by Alex Legg – Read full review


Backpack Gear Test

I really like the versatility of the Axiom pack and I will continue to use it far after this test is concluded. It has assisted to making my backpacking trips enjoyable and comfortable. As much as I don’t like the set up for my hydration bladder, I have found myself to be quite happy with carrying the collapsible water bottles instead.

Posted 21 August 2012 by Alex Legg – Read full review



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