Military Style 3 Day Tactical MOLLE Backpack

September 23, 2014 - Comment

Military Style 3 Day Tactical MOLLE Backpack. Comes in Black, Tan (Coyote Brown), ACU Digital Camo and Woodland Digital Camo. Brand is Hanks Surplus. Adjustable chest, waist and shoulder straps. Heavy duty top carry handle. 4 zippers. Main compartment has one mesh zipper pocket and on backside of pack is one hydration pocket with bungy

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Military Style 3 Day Tactical MOLLE Backpack. Comes in Black, Tan (Coyote Brown), ACU Digital Camo and Woodland Digital Camo. Brand is Hanks Surplus. Adjustable chest, waist and shoulder straps. Heavy duty top carry handle. 4 zippers. Main compartment has one mesh zipper pocket and on backside of pack is one hydration pocket with bungy cord. The second main compartment has utility pocket to hold pens and such items. Third outer pocket has no internal pockets. The backside of pack has one zipper pocket. Padded waist pad and shoulders straps. Padded backside of pack. Approximate size 19″ H x 14″ W x 9″ Deep. Approximate Weight 3.5 lbs. Please note the zipper pull tabs have been updated and do not include the plastic end cap.

Product Features

  • Hydration tube exits holes, Heavy duty top carry handle.
  • Removable waist pad
  • Adjustable chest, waist and shoulder straps
  • 4 main compartments and internal pockets

Comments

Ryan McDermott says:

Coyote Assault Pack w/ pictures. I’m in the army I posted some pictures (see customer images) of the inside of it and next to a regular issued assault pack so you can get an actual idea of how big it is, which was one of my biggest questions. Its about the same size I would say it holds a little more and has way more pockets/civilian type holders inside as you can see from the pictures. The color is coyote not tan coyote is a tan with almost a slight yellowish/greenish hue to it so it doesn’t match perfectly with actual tan…

David Povinelli says:

Good, sturdy ruck I bought this as an alternative to my larger Kelty and to use for some ruck events for which I am training. In training, I am carrying roughly 35-40lbs with no visible wear and tear on the pack. It’s also a good smaller pack I’ve used to pack out for a few day business trip. It’s fits easily into the overhead on a plane. I like that it’s MOLLE compatible and has a velcro strip for tactical patches. My only issue with it is that the shoulder straps have less padding than I would like…

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