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Outdoor Products Fieldline Alpha OPS Daypack

rated 4.0 of 5 stars
photo: Outdoor Products Fieldline Alpha OPS Daypack daypack (under 35l)


Price Historic Range: $29.99
Reviewers Paid: $24.99


1 review
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1-star:   0

Good, basic bag. Comfortable to carry, roomy interior. Good for EDC, day hikes, or Get Home Bag in car or office. Good for a beginner who doesn't want to spend a lot of money on a starter bag.


  • Comfortable padded straps
  • Hydration compatible
  • Very roomy on inside
  • Velcro for personalization


  • Minimal interior organizers

I picked up this bag last year from Amazon. I was looking for a black tactical-looking daypack to replace one I had worn out. This Fieldline Alpha Ops Daypack was a decent replacement for the price. It's not my every day bag but it's getting decent use. As soon as I got it last year, I loaded it up and took it on a day long trip.

The straps are well padded and comfortable. There is also a well padded carry handle on the top. The outside pockets each have velcro to attach patches and personalize it. One one side there is an outside pocket for a water bottle. There is a place for a hydration system which i did not use yet.

On the top of the bag is a small lined pocket for sunglasses or whatever you need to easily reach. One large main compartment had a couple of zippered mesh compartments for smaller, less bulky items. There is another small zippered pocket in the front, and a larger one beneath it. Basically, there is a lot of room in this bag for gear, lunch, water, and packable layers if u need them.

I haven't used the molle feature yet but I like having that option, in the event I want to attach something.

For the money, it's a decent bag.

Source: bought it new
Price Paid: $24.99


Thanks for the review, J. Roc. Do you have any pictures of your pack? We'd love to see 'em.

5 years ago

Thanks for sharing this review, J. Roc.

5 years ago

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