Amazing bag!Review by Daywalk3r / (Posted on 9/16/2019)I love this bag! It is of extremely good quality. From the material, to the stitching, to the zippers it feels like a rock solid product. Holds cans beautifully and positions them such in the bag that accessing them is a breeze and the weight is beautifully distributed. When you're carrying it does not feel like you've got 12 cans and a bunch of tools in it. Its extremely comfortable. The only complaint I have, and it's minor, is I wish it came with a second divider in case you want to carry more paint. Second divider or no, its well worth the money. 10/10 would buy again.
Perfect!Review by Luke / (Posted on 5/30/2019)Perfect backpack for any grafitti missions! Easily fit everything you need, super comfy, and bonus points for how quiet it is when filled so you can sneak away when necessary. Worth every penny!
.Review by Laze / (Posted on 5/14/2019)If you've ever went out bombing struggling with a full backpack full of paint....best believe tha struggle is over..
You can honestly see an feel tha difference when you fill it up an take it out...convenient little pocket underneath for caps keep it quick an simple when caps clog....
An looks pretty legit =)
Strong, well put together backpack.Review by Lurk84 / (Posted on 11/14/2018)I bought the burner backpack a week ago. I use it to carry spray paint, pints of house paint, and tape. I have to say it is very comfortable to wear, even when completely full. The bag is well balanced and padded well. I don't notice the extra weight when I walk with it on. Great bag, worth the 90 dollars.
Must have for missionsReview by GESER 3A / (Posted on 8/9/2018)Loving this bag so far... Keeps your cans super organized and easy to find at night.
Perfect mission bag... Fits what I need, and the inner compartment unzips allowing me to
load up on tall burner chromes! Super comfortable even when loaded to the max.
Would Highly RecommendReview by A GUY / (Posted on 8/7/2018)Perfect size. Super quiet( you can run full sprint and not hear the cans). Hardware seems like it should hold up for a while.