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Well, I like the style, but if you're trying to go gray-man, those are the loudest possible bag for that. Otherwise, it fits good, you don't need to pack too much stuff in one, and there's a neat little metal tray hook you can get for one to carry more stuff underneath the pack. My only issue with the bag is the problem with opening the bag quickly... The straps and metal clips are a stress to deal with, especially older surplus ALICE's that have been sitting in storage for God knows how long.

Though, it is quite retro, and there's a few other things that can be added to the pack to increase it's versatility, I think sticking to a truly water resistant/proof bag would suit best - something big enough to hold a few days worth of things to get you to point A to B. Nice, but not something I'd want to be carrying around in SHTF when people are looking for a reason.
 
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