Haglöfs Tight


Brand: Haglöfs

What do you think about Haglöfs Tight?
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STEFANOS ALEVRAS
STEFANOS ALEVRAS (Guest)
27/10/2020
Strenghts:
I have a TIGHT PRO MEDIUM. Convenient size, good shoulder straps.

Weaknesses:
The main zipper burst

Summary:
Good overall, however considering its price tag, PLEASE install a better quality zipper !

Jenny Wahlström
Jenny Wahlström (Guest)
14/01/2018
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Strenghts:
A strong and good backpack

Weaknesses:


Summary:
A great backpack and wondering if it's just as good today. Bought my in the middle of the 90's

dhermi
25/11/2009
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Strenghts:
Simple and flexible backpack that can be used for many different things; have mostly had my school backpack, but have also walked day trips and went skiing with it .. Works quite well to tighten the skis on the backpack, even though it is not made for it.

Weaknesses:
Unfortunately, my backpack does not seem to be as hard as many others say. Have had it for 2 1/2 years and already after two years it started to break down. Did not feel fun at all, but Haglöfs thought it was "normal wear and tear".

It also does not fit well on your back if you do not have a pouch / block to the back or fill it completely, becoming as "sacky".

Summary:
As always, it depends on what's primarily to use his backpack, I think Tight is far from an optimal backpack. It feels a bit too expensive, but it does not have any great features, and you can also buy a much cheaper backpack from, for example, Stadium in a similar model.

Sigge
Sigge (Guest)
16/08/2007
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Strenghts:
Lightweight, extremely durable, comfortable to wear, practical compartments, and compression straps are good when the bag is half full. No unnecessary details that are in the way.

Weaknesses:
The compression straps must be snapped up to access the outer compartment. The zipper tends to slide apart when the bag is fully packed.

Summary:
Have had a Tight Large for almost 4 years. It has been involved in trips, fishing trips, camping, festivals, day trips etc. Hard to imagine a more versatile and durable backpack. It will certainly last for 4 years if not more!

Luuuthman
26/10/2005
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Strenghts:
smooth, comfortable, incredibly durable, bigger than you think (swallows most), you can tension everything from a pair of fat to half a goat

Weaknesses:
not optimal for wearing skis (I have Tight Large) this is the only downside to buy me a new bag with better ski system. steel edges have the ability to rub a little on the bag ...

Summary:
bought my tight when I went to high school, the only thing that's awake is a little lash on the shoulder strap, but I knocked it up and dropped away. have been everywhere, climbed it, have ski in yes all seasons since 7.an (i am 21), it has flown with o been school bag. o it holds for everything i expose it to .... absolutely incredibly good quality !!! like allroud sacks, there's probably no better on this earth!

Go Haglöfs !!!!

Johan
Johan (Guest)
26/10/2004
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11 years!!! in my favor ...
My tight big bag has been incredibly good.
It has been used daily for school, work, snowboarding, MTB and day trips out in the fields.
It has been washed in machine on several occasions.

Very, as many others point out, that was the zipper that eventually gave up.
A tip for those who say that the zipper goes up when you tighten gasket outside the bag is that you allow the zippers to meet just under one of the upper "side mounts". If you want to be safe, you can also draw side frames through the loops on the zippers ... then there is no possibility that the bag opens.
GOOD! Haglöfs ..., now I will buy a new one for the next 10 years ... but it will be a Tight Large PRO this time.

qwertyu
15/03/2004
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Have had a tight pro Large. The zipper does not hold it, it bursts up and it makes the bag useless and unsure to have gadgets in it because you never know when it opens. It is also a problem to tighten the climbing streak on the outside as the backpack opens out of the weight. I've had the same problem with the zipper that bursts on their old climbersack model. Skip tight Pro if you're going to use it seriously.

altren
14/03/2004
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Now it's important to distinguish between regular Tight and Tight PRO. I've been driving with the usual model, and although it's good enough, there are much better customized backpacks.

advantages:
- spacious
- works well to attach skis
- cheap

Cons:
- no camel back (available on PRO)
- For narrow waist belt
- For soft material against the back
- The packing possibilities are not adapted to skiing

Basically, it's a three, because I was even pleasantly surprised that my old Tight actually worked a whole 30-day season to little anything possible. However, I would never buy it as just a backpack.

Gustav_Nygren
28/11/2003
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Has had two big pieces. I do not think they have worked very well. The tightness is cordial and feels great on the back, the carrying belt is under-dimensioned and the zipper tends to break. No buy Deuter !!!

Henke_R
24/03/2003
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Have had a tight little for a while. Good Backpack that can withstand a lot of ironing and works well in most conditions. The narrow waistline is the only negative. With a broader buckle, they are better suited for longer trips. But it is clearly affordable and lasts as long as you want ...

Model year: 1996