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Crux AX Reviews Summary and Buyer's Guide

Last updated July 4, 2019

We have checked a few reviews and found 11 reasons to buy the AX - and 2 reasons NOT to buy it.

Check all the pros and cons here.


Reviews Summary

Here's what the reviewers think about the Crux AX:

Reviewers like these things about the Crux AX

  • Reviewers thought that the Crux AX bag is a great size for day trips for both rock and winter climbing.
  • Other reviewers remarked that its fabric has proved itself on a few adventures.
  • Users noted that the bag's base, wand pockets, ski loops are all made using a more burly fabric.
  • They also stated that its main body has a 5-liter extension for when the pack is fully loaded.
  • Testers said that it has great wand pockets that are well sized and are always useful for stuffing small items into while on the move.
  • Users found that its removable side compression straps are also easy to use.
  • Other users noted that the bag chest straps are well designed, comfortable under load and made and were not too wide to chafe at the armpits.
  • Testers found that its sternum straps are adjustable and removable.
  • Many of the reviewers noted that the bag's fixed waist belt has ergonomically designed and full-sized hip fins and is finished with an aluminum locking buckle.
  • Testers said that it the bag's zip pulls are very good and super easy to use with gloves on.
  • A lot of users indicated that its lid is attached using the daisy chain sewn strap that is fixed to about three-quarters of the way up the body so no flopping about straps.

Reviewers don't like these things

  • A reviewer thought that its main body is made with quite a flimsy material.
  • Another reviewer noted that its pockets are fixed to the grey part of the lid when it would have been much better to have used the full lid area for the pocket.

Bag ID 43623. Images from Amazon Product Advertising API and shop datafeeds.

Last updated on July 04, 2019