Maxpedition Jumbo Review, Pros and Cons

Maxpedition Jumbo is rated 4.58 based on 6 reviews

Feature Summary

Maxpedition Jumbo Versipack
  • Comes with front and back subdividers
  • Rear / CCW compartment of 9-inch by 8.5-inch with two rows of 2-inch by 6-inch loop field
  • Frontal of 7-inch by 6.5-inch by 1.5-inch with mesh divider and internal keyper
  • An effective concealed carry system

Reviews Summary

Here’s what the reviewers think about the Maxpedition Jumbo:

Reviewers like these things about the Maxpedition Jumbo

  • Others find the top pocket a huge plus.
  • Some reviewers find the side compartment at the front of the bag big enough to hold a multitool and a few odds and ends.
  • Others thought the buckles all hold well and feel like they’re built like tanks.
  • Some users thought it’s an awesome tactical hip pack with 2 day plus capacity.
  • Others are so impressed with how it’s able to fit nalgene, socks, lunch, safety glasses, gloves, hat, pocket contents, and still has room for more.
  • Many owners laud how it rides nicely both on the side of the body or on the lower back.
  • Others thought its flat zipper pocket works for concealed carry.
  • Some reviewers like the presence of a cinch sack closing system that folds inside of the bag and out of the way very easily when it isn’t needed.
  • Others like the presence of multiple attachments.
  • A lot of users love how the multiple pockets carry those items thay they want in one spot and for quick and easy access.
  • Others thought the adjustable shoulder strap and can be adjusted to fit left or right shoulder.
  • Some reviewers find the pockets large enough to accommodate handguns and ammo and snacks.
  • A lot of users find it lightweight, functional and cool looking.
  • Some owners noted that the seams are tightly stitched and seem good and secure.
  • A number of users like how the weight is evenly distributed in this pack.
  • Some users thought it’s a very well designed bag for hiking.
  • Many users find it rugged, yet comfortable to carry.
  • A lot of users thought it looks stylish and holds a wide variety of stuff.
  • Many users find it flexible as it can be used in hiking, traveling or extended road trips.
  • A lot of users find it comfortable, well made and built tough.
  • Others find the rear zip compartment discreet and has a massive and reinforced zipper for rip and draw procedures.

Reviewers don’t like these things

  • Other users said that the only drawback of this bag is the cheap buckle.
  • Some reviewers find the waist strap too short for big people.

Selected Reviews

Black Owl Outdoors

Posted 1 March 2013 – Read full review

Mil-spec Monkey

It is a great backpack at an affordable price. It is a versatile shoulder bag with great usability.

Posted 1 May 2011 by DJ Monkeyboy – Read full review

Mil-spec Monkey

It is a great design and unique shape shoulder bag. The size of the bag is large enough to carry camera gears.

Posted 24 March 2007 by DJ Monkeyboy – Read full review

The Gadgeteer

The Maxpedition Jumbo Versipack is a great option for someone that likes a sling-style gear bag, wants tons of pockets and the ability to add even more, but that needs a larger bag than the Fatboy Versipack. The material used for these bags is tough, weather and dirt resistant – I would almost say indestructible.

Posted 10 November 2005 by Judie Stanford – Read full review

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