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Triple Aught Design Axiom Reviews and Buyer's Guide (Mar 2019)

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Reviews Summary

Here's what the reviewers think about the Triple Aught Design Axiom:

Reviewers like these things about the Triple Aught Design Axiom

  • A lot of users thought that the Triple Aught Design Axiom is the first true backpack from Triple Aught Design that does not scream tactical.
  • Many of those who have tried the backpack felt that its design is very unique.
  • Users said that opening the zipper reveals a large pocket which runs up behind the admin pocket.
  • They also mentioned that the bag's outer side has two zippers with the right leading to the mesh area and the left leading to behind the mesh area.
  • Several reviewers observed that the zipper area runs to the bottom of the admin area.
  • Other users noted that it is designed for traveling and daily carry.
  • Reviewers have found that it is slim but very robust with some awesome organization.
  • Users pointed out that the bag is quite substantial for such a small pack which is actually a good thing.
  • Testers found that it has some fairly beefy padded shoulder straps.
  • Many testers noted that it includes adjustable load lifters at the top of the straps as well as adjustable sternum strap.
  • They also thought that its back panel has two main cooling channels that keep the pack off the back and allows some airflow to move through.
  • Other reviewers felt that it is cool and comfortable to carry.

Reviewers don't like these things

  • A user remarked that it is not necessarily well placed to house a hydration bladder but tube ports would have been a welcome option and a nice inclusion.
  • A reviewer noted that the bag is slippery, so it’s near impossible to get the pack to lean against a chair or wall if the surface isn’t sandpaper or shag-pile.

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Last updated on March 23, 2019