Sierra Designs Revival 50 Review, Pros and Cons

Sierra Designs Revival 50 is rated 3.5 based on 10 reviews

Feature Summary

Sierra Designs Revival 50 Backpack
  • Weekend-plus backpack equipped with comfortable Fulcrum suspension system
  • Die-cut foam shoulder straps with mesh panels; thermo-molded, pre-curved waist belt
  • Top-loading main compartment; Super-Size-Me front pocket; security pocket
  • Load-lifter/stabilizer straps; hydration sleeve and pair of water bottle pockets
  • Integrated bottle opener; available in small/medium and medium/large sizes

Reviews Summary

Here’s what the reviewers think about the Sierra Designs Revival 50:

Reviewers like these things about the Sierra Designs Revival 50

  • A reviewer thought that the Sierra Designs Revival pack eschews the trend of simply having a tube on the back but maintains a very straightforward design.
  • Users noted that its front compartment is separated from the main compartment by a thin fabric sheet, which unzips and allows to get to stuff lower down in the pack without having to dig down through the main hatch.
  • Testers noted that it has a front pocket with mesh compartments for additional storage.
  • They also mentioned that it includes an outside stuff pocket for easy access.
  • They also noticed that its main compartment is quite roomy and features a hydration sleeve.
  • A user thought that pack’s lid is detachable and features plenty of storage.
  • Several reviewers indicated that the two hooks to suspend bladders with corresponding holes is a nice touch.
  • Some users recommend the backpack for trail hiking.
  • Laptop users praised its bottom of the pack that is slanted upwards to allow for easier movement in steep terrain – essentially keeping the pack from snagging.
  • Tablet users also lauded the presence of a total of six compression straps that work together very nicely to keep loads stable and tight.
  • Other users noted that the bag has a neat shock cord cinch closure for the main compartment that lets the user simply pull a fabric tab to undo the shock cord.

Reviewers don’t like these things

  • A reviewer had issues with the narrow lash points on the lid and front of the pack.
  • A few other reviewers noted that the bag’s main compartment is not big enough for a baffled military bladder.

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