Maxpedition Vulture II Backpack Giveaway!
I have not seen the Maxpedition Vulture II Backpack myself, but it has great reviews online. Military Backpack Online has an objective review you can take a look at.
Pros: Overall, the Maxpedition Vulture 2 is solidly made, with a simple design and smartly laid out internal compartments. It doesn’t have any flashy aesthetics but it serves a purpose. It carries what is necessary for an elongated outdoor adventure and it does so with superior functionality
Cons: A few editors pointed out that there is a bit too much webbing in the bag though others enjoyed it as it allows for the attachment of extra gear. Others noted that the pack’s style is a little bit too plain. Simply put, there’s little visual flare on the pack
Whether you use this backpack for camping, hiking, cross-country skiing, or as an emergency pack, you are sure to love it. On the off-chance that you already have too many quality backpacks, this would make a fabulous Christmas or Hanukkah present for someone special!
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Enter to Win
This giveaway is open to residents of the United States only. Entrants must be age 18 or older to enter. Giveaway runs from 12:00 am MST October 25th to 12:00 am MST November 2nd. Winner will be drawn November 2nd and emailed. The winner will have 48 hours to respond to the email before another entrant is chosen, so check your spam folders too!
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