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ULA Ohm Reviews and Buyer's Guide (Jan 2019)

This bag has very few reviews, so we haven't ranked it.

Reviews Summary

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

Reviewers like these things about the ULA Ohm

  • Large central storage compartment, side water bottle pockets, and rear mesh pocket are cited as some of the most favorite features of the bag.
  • Many users loved that the main compartment comes with two removable internal pockets, good for organizing small stuff.
  • Hikers enjoy how the side water bottle pockets easily fit two Nalgene bottles.
  • Others appreciate the easy access to water bottles while walking.
  • Many users thought the rear mesh pocket is great for stuffing things they want fast access.
  • Others find the rear mesh pocket useful in separating wet gear from dry gear in the pack.
  • Some reviewers find the compression cord surprisingly effective.
  • Other users appreciate the top strap which can help compress gear from the top down.
  • Many hikers love how the hip-belt can move up or down in its sleeve, allowing them to adjust the torso length.
  • Others appreciate how they can adjust the strap angle depending on their personal frame.
  • Many users chose this pack for its tough and durable fabric.
  • One user described it as a backpack that can take some serious beating.

Reviewers don't like these things

  • Some users thought this is not ideal for carrying heavy loads.
  • Others complain about how the pack appears bulky when fully loaded.

Vs Other Bags

ULA Ohm vs Osprey Exos

Osprey makes a variety of backpacks and the Exos is just another example of their talent at work. For those packing laptops, the Exos gives you comfort and protection you won't have anywhere else. Nowhere else can you find this sort of quality in terms of durability and utility. It's a distinction that makes Osprey proud. The Ohm has more compartments but it simply isn't built the same way. Buy it if you need the bare bones laptop backpack and nothing else.

Osprey Exos 4.69 based on 1,074 reviews

Selected Reviews

Backpack Gear Test

It is a lightweight backpack that can hold suprising amount of gear. The pack is comfortable to carry even when fully loaded.

Posted 20 January 2014 by Kurt Papke - Read full review

Backpack Gear Test

It is incredibly light, but carries quite well. It has proven to be quite durable, with no noticeable wear anywhere on the pack.

Posted 30 August 2010 by Andy Henrichs - Read full review

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Last updated on January 11, 2019