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Background

In November 2023, I was looking at stuff online and came across a backpack that interested me: the Rains Rolltop Rucksack Backpack. I kept looking at it for a few days before purchasing it.

The Stuff

The Rains Rolltop Rucksack Backpack is a waterproof backpack that comes in various colors, which I got in green. Based on information online, it is made from Rains' signature waterproof PU fabric, which is durable and smooth. The rucksack has a rolltop opening with snap compression to keep precipitation out. It also has a signature carabiner closure, a single main compartment, and a front pocket with a coated zip.

Here are the details based on Rains website:

Material:
100% polyester with polyurethane coating
Lining:
100% polyester
Waterproof rating:
W3 – Waterproof protection from light rain
Water column pressure:
8000mm
Measurements:
H48 x W32 x D11cm / H18.8 x W12.6 x D4.3 inches
Volume:
13 liters / 4.3 gallons
Weight:
835 g / 29.5 oz.
Features:

Rolltop opening with snap compression, to be securely closed and fastened to protect from rain
Signature carabiner closure
Single main compartment
Front pocket with coated zip
Padded air-mesh back panel
Side-access laptop pocket fits 16” device
Adjustable padded backstraps
Webbing carry handle
Adjustable chest strap

Here are some pictures that I have taken to show what the stuff looks like:

The Rains Rolltop Rucksack Backpack Packaging
The Rains Rolltop Rucksack Backpack Packaging

Front of the backpack
Front of the backpack

Back of the backpack
Back of the backpack

RAINS imprinted on the bag
RAINS imprinted on the bag

Rolltop with signature carabiner closure
Rolltop with signature carabiner closure

Side of the backpack
Side of the backpack

Putting my Mi Notebook Pro in the backpack
Putting my Mi Notebook Pro in the backpack

Fully unrolled
Fully unrolled

Main compartment view
Main compartment view

Usage and Experience

I have used the Rains Rolltop Rucksack Backpack for over a month since this post. I like that the design and build quality are good, and they are waterproof which keeps my stuff dry when it's raining.

The size of the backpack is good for everyday carry, which allows me to put the necessary stuff in when going out.

The front compartment zip is not easy to zip and unzip. This is likely due to being a waterproof bag.

I would like my backpack to be able to stand on its own, but unfortunately, this is not the case. It wasn't able to stand unless I put something heavy and flat that allowed it to stand.

You can watch the video of this stuff below or on YouTube:


Final Thoughts

Overall, I feel that the Rains Rolltop Rucksack Backpack is a quality waterproof backpack. If you are interested in this stuff, you can click on the links below:



Alternatively, you can click on some of the alternatives that I have found on Shopee and Amazon: