The Sleeka Force has a central compartment of 2,135 Cubic Inches / 35 liters which makes a great little daypack and gives more than enough space for your daily essentials. The two side compartments are great for storing those things you need readily accessible. It also has contoured and heavily padded shoulder straps faced with textured high wicking fabrics ensure comfort even under the heaviest loads. There is a zipper compartment on the top and bottom. The top zippered compartment is a great place to store those essentials that need to be easily accessed. The bottom compartment is designed to house a Snugpak Aquacover which can be purchased separate.
- Main Compartment: 2,136 Cubic Inches / 35 Liters
- Weight: 35oz
- Dimensions: Main (23"½H x 19"½W)
- Torso Length: 18"/45cm
- Material: 600D Nylon
I wanted a larger daypack/overnight bag. This bag suits my needs perfectly. I wanted a bag that didn't look too tactical. I wanted a plain color that wouldn't attract attention. This bag's greens are perfect. Not neon and not camo. It looks at home in an urban area or in the woods. I wanted a bag with good straps and the ability to cinch it down. This bag has lots of extra attachments that aren't Molle so more versatile for civilians. The 2 side pockets are enormous. I can easily carry a Pathfinder 32oz metal water bottle as well as the nesting cup. The elastics are tight and provide retention although at the cost of ease of access. I do like how They aren't zippered. The brain is great for accessing stuff you need often or to keep safe. I like how the brain cinches down over the bags' drawstring top. The bag has a huge main compartment for storage, if you're organized you'll love this. Versatile for different loads or trip needs. The bottom has Molle type strapping to hook on a sleeping roll or other gear. Ok, so a few things I wish it did have. 1. A hydration bladder holder or hook. 2. Removable waist strap or a way to stow it away. 3. Longer straps for bigger guys or a way to expand the current without having to cut. Granted many of these choices would push the bag over its current pricing. Overall I'm thrilled with this bag. It's super versatile, doesn't weigh alot and the materials and sewing all feel really good & well made. You get alot for your money with this bag. Buy a waterproof bag or pack cover (or both) and this is a complete 72-hour bug out bag, minimalist weekender, bush crafter, commuter shopping, dads, grey man, vacationer and so many more. I really like how it can be such good quality for the price. I've been impressed with Snugpak
look, in my opinion this is the perfect do all bag. The waist straps are kind of annoying, but you can stash them back. The straps come in handy when you have to load out. I never exceeded 60 lbs.
I had an old version that went through 3 deployments and numerous trading exercises.
I bought the new updated version and I’m sure this will be just as good. The webbing in the bottom is a nice addition and the elastic is better on the stash pockets and lid.