- MFG: AWS, INC.
- Military-grade quality.
- Made in USA.
- MILSPEC materials.
- Beaver Tail design.
- Padded shoulder straps.
- Helmet not included.
The perfect day-pack to carry your mission-specific gear.
Pockets on packs to store various items. Molle on sides to place your gear where you want, how you want. Adjustable padded shoulder straps to make the pack carrying comfortable.
Hydration and comms routing ports. Place your hydration bladder inside the designated pouch.
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this pack is really awesome. the color scheme is awesome. ranger green and tan is the hotness. it has all of the molle in the right areas for expansion pouches and a ton of space for helmet and additional weather gear. What i would recommend to make it better is additional pockets inside the front pouch for the smaller things. instead of having to come up with ways of not making everything shake around. Also i would recommend Loop panels in the pockets. in case we need to put more in and it's organized. The side pouches are a little small. i can't put in a water bottle without having to really man handle it. but all in all...a great pack for getting home. and assaulting the objective
Excellent construction and great features. https://youtu.be/nupQ3gE1MWc
This bag is legit. Small, but well built perfect for its intended use as a mission essentials pack for short duration tasks. Buy with confidence.
Sturdy bag. Good material. Small enough for the essentials and still able to carry your helmet in the putter pouch. Love it!
Well made. TW Exfil w/peltors fits snugly in the pouch. Outermost pouch could hold a pvs14, or duals, or muffs. 3 hydration/cordage slits along the top that are masked in the loops along the top. Plastic stiffener in the back (not removeable afaik). Side molle bars front a top opening pocket (not obvious from the pics) that can hold a 30rd nato mag, or a couple of snickers bars. Lots of loops and such, no wasted real estate. Inside mesh partition is sturdy. The best thing about this pack is that it's size really limits how much dumb stuff you can hump. Ipad pro w/case fits in main compartment easily, but not in the mesh. I bet a mini could fit in the mesh easily tho.
A very nicely designed pack for the price. I wish it have MOLLE in the back or some kind of adapter kit for direct integration with an plate carrier like an MAP.
Yeah, its probably not as big on capacity as you think it is, and its not as modular as the Type I, but its still a solid piece of kit. You could fill this thing with at least 12 bricks in the main compartment, bludgeon no less than 5 (Five) deer to death with it, dump the bricks, and the stitchwork and fabric would be perfectly fine. Hell, use this thing to carry a broken, jagged, pieces of metal shrapnel sharp enough to go through your chest were you to fall on it, throw it around like a basketball for a couple hours, and it'll still hold fine. Though they dont declare it as a feature, you can use ALICE pack straps on it, and use Type II straps on your ALICE pack. Truly the best deer buldgeoning implement devised by man, not that you should tell Fish and Game about that.
Good pack with a few issues to get ironed out. The whole pack could be a bit deeper and you’d have a ton more use out of it. The three rows info MOLLE on the sides aren’t big enough to accommodate many of the newer pouches that require four columns (spiritus based pouches). While understanding it is an assault pack, the increased size would nicely give you a bit more capability with pouch comparability and carrying capacity. The shoulder straps could use a bit extra padding but aren’t terrible. The helmet storage fits the Team Wendy bump just fine with room to spare. A larger carry handle would be a nice fix as well. All in all a solid pack that could use some minor tweaks to be a great pack.