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About Armor Pro Ballistic Backpack, (#3)

Here's a Durable and Versatile Bag that will fit any divers needs. Armors Pro Ballistic Backpack Bag is Built-to-Last with its Strong 2" (5.1 cm) Webbing and Buckles Continuous Loop Webbing Carry System. Bag can be a Backpack, Side Carried, and Shoulder Strapped with The Padded and Adjustable Shoulder Straps or Comfortable Padded Side and Top Grab Handles.

Pro Series Backpack is designed for Military and Public Safety so you know it's durable and built to last with its 100% Non-Corrosive Components. Bag will also keep your Equipment Safe with its Padded and Lined Ballistic Nylon Material Construction. Bag has Large Main Compartment, Side Fin Pockets, two External Accessory Pockets, and an Internal Mesh Pocket for items you need to find quickly. Side Compression Cinch Straps with Squeeze-Style" Quick-Release Buckles keeps Bag Tight-and-Trim and Colored Accent Zipper Pulls for a Touch of Class.

The Pro Ballistic Backpack Bag measures (H x W x D) 29" x 19.5" x 11" (73.7 x 49.5 x 27.9 cm) with a volume of 7,100 cubic inches (116.35 liters) and weighs 7 lbs (3.18 kg) when empty. Bag is covered by a Limited Lifetime Warranty.

The Armor Pro Ballistic Backpack, (#3) is commonly used for SCUBA Gear and more. The Armor Pro Ballistic Backpack, (#3) is popular because customers like the following qualities of the Armor Pro Ballistic Backpack, (#3): Durable, Large Capacity, Lots Of Pockets.

Warranty Information

This product has a limited lifetime warranty.

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Armor Pro Ballistic Backpack, (#3) Features

  • Designed for Military and Public Safety
  • Built-to-Last:
    Strong 2" (5.1 cm) Webbing and Buckles Continuous Loop Webbing Carry System
    Transport Choices: Backpack, Side Carried, and Shoulder Strapped
    Padded and Adjustable Shoulder Straps
    Comfortable Padded Side and Top Grab Handles
  • Ballistic Nylon Construction
  • 100% non-corrosive components
  • Padded and Lined
  • Large Zippered Main Compartment
  • Side Zippered Fin Pockets
  • 2-Zippered External Accessory Pockets
  • Internal Mesh Pocket
  • Side Compression Cinch Straps with Squeeze-Style" Quick-Release Buckles
  • Colored Accent Zipper Pulls for a Touch of Class
  • Dimensions: (H x W x D) 29" x 19.5" x 11" (73.7 x 49.5 x 27.9 cm)
  • Volume: 7,100 cubic inches (116.35 liters)
  • Weight (empty): 7 lbs (3.18 kg)
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty

Armor Pro Ballistic Backpack, (#3) Specifications

Overall Measurements
(H X W X D): 29" X 19.5" X 11" (73.7 X 49.5 X 27.9 Cm)
Volume (Cu. In./Liters)
7,100 Cubic Inches (116.35 Liters)
Weighs (Empty)
7 Lbs (3.18 Kg)
Closure
Zippers
Material
Ballistic Nylon
Type
Backpack Bag
Handles
Adjustable, Padded Shoulder Straps, Top And Side Grab Handle
Weight [with packaging]
7.05 lb
Mfr #
SKU
ARMBBBP

Pro Ballistic Backpack, (#3) Customer Reviews

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Armor Pro Ballistic Backpack, (#3)
 
3.7

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67%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Durable (5)
  • Large capacity (5)
  • Lots of pockets (4)
  • Easy to clean (3)

Cons

    Best Uses

    • SCUBA gear (5)
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      • Was this a gift?:
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    2.0

    Doesn't standup to the test of time

    By erkmancurtis

    from Mountain View, CA

    About Me Casual/ Recreational

    Pros

    • Fits Large Fins
    • Large Capacity
    • Simple Design

    Cons

    • Lacks Waist Strap
    • Not Rugged

    Best Uses

      Comments about Armor Pro Ballistic Backpack, (#3):

      I used this bag for 2 primary purposes - travel with my scuba gear (both on airlines and by car) and travel without my scuba gear (airlines only). In 3.5 years, the bag has been on approximately 8 flights and 5 car trips. About 1 year in, one of the plastic clips broke that hold the backpack straps to the bag. I was able to use a caribener to "fix" it. After 3 years, the fabric in the top corner seperated from the zipper fabric. I paid to have it sewed back together. On the next trip, the bottom corner seperated in the same way. In addition, one of the front pockets began fraying. Each of these areas was 4-8" long. Lastly, the nylon/rubber/plastic coating on the inside of the bag has been peeling since day one and has basically no use.

      On the plus side, the bag is the perfect size to get on the airlines wihtout paing an oversize bag fee (59.5 linear inches). I like the 2 front pouches as one stores my logbook and the other smaller items. The inside is roomy enough to handle a 7mm wetsuit, a 2XL jacket BCD, regs in an Akona pouch, scuba skin, mask, snorkle, save a dive kit, booties, hat, gloves, and a bunch of other stuff. The side pockets are great for storing my fins.

      One design flaw is the lack of a waist strap. If carrying this long distances or for a long time (think waiting in a line at the airport) it gets very heavy and annoying. I had a strap added by a local boat shop, but it's not the same - it only party way helps.

      I realy want to like this bag, but being it only lasted 3.5 years and less than 20 uses, I can't recomend this bag. (As a side note, my bag is an import - made in China. I mention this as they also have a version made in the USA.)

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      5.0

      They don't call it Armor for nothing!

      By Bazooka Joe

      from Cocoa Beach, Florida

      About Me Advanced

      Pros

      • Durable
      • Easy To Clean
      • Large Capacity
      • Lots Of Pockets

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • SCUBA Gear
        • Vacation

        Comments about Armor Pro Ballistic Backpack, (#3):

        This is a SOLID gear bag. I have taken several trips to Asia and around the US, to quarries, rocky coastlines, sandy coral lined beaches with my dive gear in tow stuffed in this bag. The wheels and handle have taken a beating and have held up through city streets and airports. I cannot say enough good things about this product......

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        4.0

        Not for the weak

        By ItTollsForThee

        from NOVA

        About Me Advanced

        Verified Buyer

        Pros

        • Durable
        • Large Capacity

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • SCUBA Gear

          Comments about Armor Pro Ballistic Backpack, (#3):

          Found it a little hard to carry with other check bags.

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          3.0

          Not optimal for traveling

          By MikeP

          from Brooklyn, NY

          About Me Advanced

          Verified Reviewer

          Pros

          • Durable
          • Lightweight
          • Lots Of Pockets
          • Right size

          Cons

          • Bad back straps buckles
          • Tension belts hang loose

          Best Uses

          • SCUBA Gear

          Comments about Armor Pro Ballistic Backpack, (#3):

          In a nutshell: * Bad bag for air travel * Good back for non-air travel Generally it's a good bag. Things that I like: * Good size. Fits all your essentially gear + some of personal stuff. * Side inserts for fins. Fins act as side walls and provide ample protection for the gear inside. * Good padding all around provides additional protection. * Opens up nicely providing easy access to the gear inside. * Very durable. Good quality stitching, nice fat zippers. * Fairly light. 7 lb. beats 15lb suitcase for sure. But heavier then I would want for air travel. There are only two things that I really don't like and they kill everything for me: * All belt ends hang loose and there is nowhere to hide them (short of using stupid rubber bends) * There is a special pocket on the back where you are supposed to stow away back straps. The only problem is YOU CANNOT UNBUCKLE THEM!!!!! The swivel clip at the end of the back strep is too small and doesn't open. I have no clue how they attached it in the first place. If I cannot hide or unbuckle loose belts I cannot use the bag for travel. Airport security will give me hell.

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          4.0

          Get a pack with wheels and straps

          By Brooke the travel diver

          from Tampa, Florida

          About Me Advanced Diver

          Verified Buyer

          Pros

          • Drains Easily
          • Durable
          • Easy To Clean
          • Large Capacity
          • Lots Of Pockets

          Cons

          • Too many straps

          Best Uses

          • SCUBA Gear

          Comments about Armor Pro Ballistic Backpack, (#3):

          I have taken this pack on a Caribbean dive trip and will tell you that if it had wheels and a few LESS straps then it would be perfect. I guess all the straps and buckles help hold everything together in a backpack shape, but there are a lot of buckles to undo to get to your gear. Just a peeve though. I believe A wheeled backpack would be the perfect combo over this backpack only version. Rolls on hard ground and packs on your back for beach entry, etc. Pretty well made considering it's an import. Not up to the old Durabag standards, yet close. Spend a little more and get a wheeled pack. Like wheeled luggage they are just great back savers.

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          Jill N  Would this pack fit two pairs of fins or just one pair?
          RICHARD S  It may not be a problem for anyone else but the handle that is depicted as being on top has now been moved to the side.
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          LeisurePro S  7.00 Lbs.
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