Code Alpha 3-Day Stretch Pack - Code Alpha
Code Alpha 3-Day Stretch Pack
Average Rating: Average Rating: 5 Stars
Description

Designed for extreme use in adverse conditions.
User Reviews
Perfect for .... everything
Rating: 5.0 Stars
I bought one a few years ago I took it everywhere and it served its purpose
Eric - September 10, 2013

Great Bag!!!
Rating: 5.0 Stars
Very impressed with the quality, fit and finish of this bag. I also like the fact I can change the size, and capacity in two seconds. Very happy with purchase.
CHRISTOPHER - February 15, 2011

THE BEST !!!!!!!!! backpack EVER!!!!!!!
Rating: 5.0 Stars
I just got it works like a charm. You can pull a zipper so it can stretch out so its bigger. The inner compartment is the best i can put like 5 textbooks and 4 notebooks pencils pens calculators and it still holds well. Its so large and I can carry my school stuff in it very well. I have never ever had a school backpack that can expand so well. My old backpacks didn't even match this one this has so much space and can support a lot of weight. I usually carry 20 to 25 lbs of homework from school to home I have to walk four blocks and the chest strap helps a lot. The chest strap helps me also use my chest strength to hold the backpack. I hated using my back before to support all the weight my back woul d be really sore but no this one because it rocks. this has chest waist straps also so u can use either they help so much and the camo looks so cool. All i have to say is WOW!!! outstanding GET IT NOW U WILL REGRET IT IF U DON'T GET IT IT ROCKS!!!!!!
von - September 15, 2010

Comfort and durability in one
Rating: 5.0 Stars
there is not much to say about this pack other than: WOW! this pack really does everything you need it to, i use it to carry journals, books, and anything i might need in one day, it has a pocket for my large calculator and for all of my pencils, an extra ID and a pencil pouch that is big enough to fit my knife. overall, i love this pack, it does everything you need it to. end of story
Christopher - May 2, 2009