Desc.:Military Tactical Backpack Large Army 3 Day Assault Pack Bug Bag Backpacks Rucksacks for Outdoor Hiking Camping Trekking Hunting.
Military Tactical backpack size approx.:13″*20″*11″ / 33*50.5*28CM (W*H*D),
Military backpack is made of 600×600 Density fabric, durable and water-resistant.
The molle tactical backpack has molle system,
Molle webbing throughout for attaching additional tactical pouches or gear as 3 days assault pack backpack combat backpack for men.
Assault pack backpack with double-stitched,
Heavy duty zippers and utility-style cord pulls,
Side and front load compression system,
Ventilated mesh padded back area & shoulder strap,breathable and comfortable.
Military backpack has hydration compatible that works great for a hydration bladder (backpack didn’t include hydration bladder) as hydration backpack or outdoor camping hiking backpack.
This tactical assault pack backpack can be used as 3 day assault pack backpack, range bag, hunting backpack, survival backpack, army backpack, trekking backpack or day pack for daily use.
- Military Tactical backpack size approx.:13″*20″*11″ / 33*50.5*28CM (W*H*D),Capacity: 40L; Military backpack is made of high density fabric–durable and water-resistant
- Molle tactical backpack has molle system, Molle webbing throughout for attaching additional tactical pouches or gear as 3 day assault pack backpack combat molle backpack.
- Assault pack backpack with double-stitched, Heavy duty zippers and utility-style cord pulls, Side and front load compression system, Ventilated mesh padded back area & shoulder strap,breathable and comfortable.
- Military backpack has hydration compatible that works great for a hydration bladder (backpack didn’t include hydration bladder) as hydration backpack or outdoor camping hiking backpack.
- Tactical assault pack backpack can be used as 3 day assault pack, range bag, hunting backpack, survival backpack, army backpack, trekking backpack or day pack for daily use
My reveiw is:Right out of the box and am packing it for the first time.First of all, I need this pack style for my job.I work out door all during my shift and I need to live out of this pack.I thought I’d give this pack a try to consolodate what I now carry (two bags) into one convenient back pack.No can do, but that it not the pack’s fault. That is mine….. I like all the comforts of home with me during the day.I was looking for something compactful without looking like I was going trekking for 5 days.The material is sturdy. Exactly what I’d expect from such a pack.The Zippers to the two main compartments may not hold up well over time if you like to over stuff your pack.I’ve noted it and will be careful with them and try not to over pack the bag.My main disappointment is with the length of the shoulder straps and the waist strap.I am a big barrel chested guy. The shoulder straps are a struggle to get over my shoulders.If I have to wear an overcoat in really cold weather, the bag won’t fit over my shoulders.Likewise, the waist straps won’t fit around my size 48 belly….I will have to find some extenders to attach to the straps to make use of the straps on this bag.Once I am at work, I don’t have to wear the bag.I can set it down on my workspace and have it handy when I need it.But I still need to carry a second but smaller ditty bagMy reason for the 3 stars for comfort are due to the shorted length of the straps.This was my only disappointment.Finally, I was attracted to the price of this item and thought to give it a try.Maybe I was a bit harsh in my review for such an inexpensive item, but as a recreational bag, this bag is better than okay. If you need to pack for a light weighted walk in the woods, this bag will accommodate you nicely.____________________________________________________Updated Review: Feb 29th.One week into using this bag, the only thing I find a problem for me is the length of the shoulder straps and thw waist belt. I am a bulky guy and the strap lengths are much too short for comfort. I am choking from the combined weight and shortness of the shoulder straps and the chest straps, forget about them. No use to me.The waist belt causes the bag to hang on me causing me more choking.Finding strap accessories wasn’t easy at first.I searched YouTube and got lucky finding a solution for the shoulder straps buying a kit from Liberty Mountain Products; they sell lots of climbing gear.Then I searched Amazon for Liberty Mountain and found plenty of strap accessories.Now I have a complete solution for the shortness of shoulder and waist straps.Why put out a product with these kinds of issues in the first place ?At least produce some accessory straps to buy…Why make me search for a solution.I have plenty of other things on my mind….But now I have a pack that will serve me well for my limited needs from this pack.As a piece of luggage for everyday use or a gentle day walk in the woods… this pack is fine.Were in my 20’s again winter camping in extreme conditions….. nope… I would not bet my life on a $35 bag.___________________________________________________________It’s now September and I am still using this molle bag.By now I have tricked out the bag with accessory pouches and storage attachments.I am reasonably satisfied with this pack after having tricked it out with useful attachments.If I were to buy this system all over again, and I might for my motorcycle riding, a pack with a more supportive waist belt would be a priority for me. The entire weight of this pack fully loaded hangs on your shoulders instead of the weight being distribution around your waist allowing your chest to expand and breathe with you._______________________Sept 12th, 2020I only carry this bag from my car to my building to my work vehicle.I’ve got it tricked out with extra attachments to separate out my gear and lunch for easy access.I always pack more than what I need for the day, but during the week, I will access all compartments.Because I need to carry this bag short distances, it works for this purpose.And once inside my work vehicle, this bag is perfect; it suits the purpose for my 8 hour shift. (or double shift)If I were doing overnight in the woods on the ground camping, this bag is NOT for that purpose.You would be better off with a bag with a waist belt that centers the load over your hips and OFF your shoulders.At minimum, a rucksack with a decent hip padded waist belt.This bag is okay for lightweight day hiking;But I’d still opt for a bag with a padded waist belt that can center your load over your hips.
I’ve had this bag for awhile now. I mostly use it for my walks to the grocery store. It’s held up really well. It resists water fairly good for no claims of any sort of water resistance.Some of my gripes with the back are pretty minimal. The chest straps like to fall off if you don’t check them every now and then. I’ve almost lost them a few times. Padding could be a bit better.
Justin Cownden –
Bought to replace an old backpack that broke for a 50 mile ruck challenge to stop soldier suicide. So far so good with 30lbs in it over 12 miles or so. Straps are pretty good but digging into my shoulders, probably because I haven’t figured out the best way to adjust it for me yet. Since I’m not a vet I don’t know how it compares to other bags but overall I feel it is a very capable and good pack.
Spent a decade in the military in a high tempo occupation. Am familiar with quality packs and junk packs. This pack is surprisingly well made with strong material, strong stitching and the straps are comfortable and padded, not thin. Will hold enough stuff for a 3 day trip, at-least for me. At ~$40 you cant beat it. Recommended for sure.
Michael Harrison –
This is a slim pack when you compress everything down but expands to be pretty big. The hip strap is on the small side but it works. Overall the quality is high but I got rid of this pack because it was too big for my minimal edc but just too small for a proper hiking pack or big out bag (I’d prefer something with a frame). This is perfect, however, for someone who has bulkier/fuller edc.
Jason H –
Very nice backpack for the money, seems sturdy enough. Has a lot of compartments, seems well built and I would not hesitate to buy it again! Nice padded shoulder straps and back padding!
Needed a new grab bag for emergency staples. It’s slim if you need it to be but expands nicely to accommodate an array of larger items, even a full-sized Estwing hatchet. Two exterior pockets on the rear, the larger will fit a nice-sized first aid kit.Sturdy construction, matte black materials, straps, Velcro, are perfectly understated but nice quality and look.A lot of flexibility is contained in this backpack. I wouldn’t hesitate to buy a second, as I can see it’s potential utility for weekend travel, hunting, and as a range bag.
Since I bought two of this item I am submitting my review twice. We really love the quality of this backpack.I ordered this backpack in two different colors for two of my children this school year. They have been using them for four months now. Both of my boys are in junior high and are very hard on their backpacks. They both said there is plenty of room and the zippers have held up very well. The packs have comfortable straps. The backpacks show no sign of wear and are very sturdy. I would definitely recommend this backpack brand. I will be buying this product again in the far future as I expect them to hold up for at least two school years if not more.