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Triple Aught Design Azimuth Reviews Summary and Buyer's Guide

Last updated July 3, 2019

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

Check all the pros and cons here.


Reviews Summary

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

Reviewers like these things about the Triple Aught Design Azimuth

  • A lot of users have mentioned that the Triple Aught Design Azimuth bag is designed to be something to stow away in case it is needed.
  • Others thought that the pack weighs very little.
  • Several reviewers felt the bag straps are solid, and it even has passed through for hydration bladders.
  • Users found that it’s a big cavernous pit which holds an impressive amount of stuff.
  • According to some users, a vertical zipper on the right side of the bag provides quick access to the main storage area of the pack.
  • Users lauded the presence of water bottle pockets on each side with no stretch.
  • Testers found that the bag’s well-appointed to keep things tidy, while not eating into good space for storing bulky layers.
  • Other testers noted that the straps themselves are great.
  • Many wrote that it has just enough extra features, like the water bladder, to make it a great bag during times when it is wanted to be light.
  • They also said that it is well-made and versatile.
  • Several of those who have tried the bag noted that it will keep out most water, and hold a ton.

Reviewers don't like these things

  • A reviewer thought that it’s not designed to be an everyday backpack for people to use.
  • Another user found that it is overly large.

Selected Reviews

Loadout Room

The TAD Azimuth can definitely be described as a minimalist pack, it has no internal structure so it can be stowed away and the straps have minimal padding but is comfortable for carrying any weight below 25 lbs.

Posted 27 November 2017 by Richard - Read full review

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Last updated on July 03, 2019