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ULA CDT Reviews Summary and Buyer's Guide

Last updated May 12, 2019


We have checked a few reviews and found 16 reasons to buy the CDT - and 3 reasons NOT to buy it.

Check all the pros and cons here.





Reviews Summary


Here's what the reviewers think about the ULA CDT:

Reviewers like these things about the ULA CDT

  • Some reviewers noted that the CDT’s side water bottle pockets are solid, not mesh, to protect them from abrasion and tearing.
  • Many owners like that its main compartment has a long extension collar to accommodate extra gear storage.
  • A group of users said they especially like the top of each pocket which has an elastic cord than can be cinched closed and secured with a cord lock to keep items from shifting or dropping out.
  • Several users noted that both of its water bottle pockets have drains at their base and are covered which they thougt is very practical.
  • Few users find its ong rear mesh pocket ideal for storing wet gear or layers.
  • Some bikers said that the stretch mesh has a very tight weave and good durability for on.
  • trail use.
  • Many owners said that it's very comfortable to carry because it has wide shoulder straps and wide hip belt side wings that are sewn directly to the back of the pack.
  • Several other users appreciate its removable foam back panel behind the shoulder straps and they thought that it's designed to prevent contents from poking one in the back.
  • Many hikers said that it is built with durable fabrics and holds up quite well for heavy.
  • duty on.
  • trail hiking.
  • A lot of travelers said that this is also good for travel since it’s frameless, easy to get through security, and stuff in overhead airplane bins.
  • Few other owners cited that this makes an excellent day pack if one prefers ultralight style backpack layout.
  • Many users said they consider it an excellent value that combines functionality and durability.
  • Still many other owners thought that it's one of the most affordable ultralight backpacks when compared with other packs of similar capacity.

Reviewers don't like these things

  • Few owners cited that they wouldn’t recommend this for off.
  • trail bushwhacking because of the rear mesh pocket.
  • Someusers thought that because it's frameless it does not have any mechanism to transfer the weight of the load to the hips.





Vs Other Bags


Crowdsourced comparisons of the ULA CDT vs 4 other, similar bags.

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ULA CDT vs GoLite Jam


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  • The CDT is rated about the same as the Jam.
  • In total, we have checked and analyzed 0 reviews of the two bags.

These backpacks are meant for those who want to see new sights but don't want to necessarily deal with the burden of packing lightly or weighing themselves down. The CDT is perfect for those who just want to bring some electronics with them but don't want to necessarily think about how heavy the backpack is going to be.

The Golitie Jam is designed specifically for those out there who want to have a light backpack without all of the issues that might come up from carrying that amount of weight. It's one of the more comfortable day backpacks available today.


ULA CDT vs MLD Prophet


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  • The CDT is rated about the same as the Prophet.
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ULA CDT vs ULA Circuit


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ULA Circuit
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  • The CDT is rated about the same as the Circuit.
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ULA CDT vs ULA Ohm


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  • The CDT is rated about the same as the Ohm.
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Selected Reviews


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What the ULA CDT ends up being is a well designed and proven lighter weight workhorse pack for those who want to keep it light, get off-trail (if not bushwhacking with the standard mesh pocket) and wants to do more than prime three-season backpacking.

Posted 20 September 2016 by Paul Mags - Read full review


Backpack Gear Test

The bag is well made, durable and comfortable under light and moderate loads. It is a good durable backpack.

Posted 30 November 2010 by Bob Sanders - Read full review

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Last updated on May 12, 2019