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Vanquest Ibex 35: In My Top 3 Favorite Bags from Vanquest – A Multi-Use Backpack

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Very cool backpack – well-done, Vanquest! As the title says, this is now in my Top 3 Bags from Vanquest. The IBEX 35 offers a ton of organization, many ways to carry gear (even larger/awkward items) and the construction is top-notch. Check it out!

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15 thoughts on “Vanquest Ibex 35: In My Top 3 Favorite Bags from Vanquest – A Multi-Use Backpack

  1. Great review! I’m glad you took the time to really show how the adjustable yoke works. Nobody else has done that.

    How are the main zippers working for you? The zippers on my ibex 26 seem to catch badly always near the top of the pack.

  2. Have you checked out the SOG Seraphime 35 ? Its a similar pack, but with the interior a bit more to my liking

    1. Would I be willing to pay 240 for a backpack… Sure. But, I sure as hell am not paying that for a tiny 35 liter pack.
      I made the personal choice that I wouldn’t buy Vanquest or Maxpedition backpacks because they’re price per liter is outrageous to me. It’s a glorified day pack. the liter size is just enough for a lightweight or Ultralight minimal gear over nighter, except, its by no means a lightweight pack. At 235$-250$ I can get 45-55 let packs made of strong, durable LIGHTWEIGHT materials.

    2. What’s an acceptable amount of money to spend on a pack? What level of quality and features do you get in that price range?

      In my experience you get what you pay for!

    3. Sure it does. I love the lines on the old Ferraris, and a almost hundred year old Silver Wraith can be breath takingly beautiful. I also love, for instance, the incredibly light ZPacks Duplex, but I’m not dropping $600+ on a two person tent, or half to 3/4 of a billion on a pristine Silver Wraith. Just because you love something, doesn’t mean you have to buy it. Wanting is not NEEDING.

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