Red Rock Outdoor Gear Modular Hydration Attachment

August 15, 2014 - Comment

Red Rock Outdoor Gear’s Modular Hydration Attachment is the perfect accessory for a tactical backpack. Use the four Molle attachment straps to combine this bag with any Molle compatible tactical backpack. At 2.5 liters you can store a day’s worth of water. This unit is comprised of high quality pieces proven not to leak. A

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Red Rock Outdoor Gear’s Modular Hydration Attachment is the perfect accessory for a tactical backpack. Use the four Molle attachment straps to combine this bag with any Molle compatible tactical backpack. At 2.5 liters you can store a day’s worth of water. This unit is comprised of high quality pieces proven not to leak. A Velcro closure flap provides easy access to the bladder compartment.

Product Features

  • 2.5 Liter hydration bladder
  • Leak proof tubing and bite mouth piece
  • Four Molle connection straps on back panel
  • Rugged 600 Denier Polyester construction with PVC lining
  • Molle webbing throughout for customization with pouches and attachments

Comments

No Fortunate Son says:

Best pack for the money right now! I purchased this in Coyote from an independent dealer at a local gun show recently, and I have to say…impressive. Most impressive.Apparently I stold mine for $40.00 including tax.The pros: Well built.Thick, alomst Cordura quality nylon.No jamming heavy duty zippers with easy to grap cord pulls on EACH one.2 outer pockets: the top one for glasses, small items-unlined, unpadded, but whatever.The bottom one has a small inner pocket for organizing pens and small…

Jennifer says:

This pack is seriously under-sold. As a 32 year old veteran and on-campus college freshman, I realized after my first few weeks on campus that a standard “backpack” wasn’t going to cut it for me. I have to park SOOOO far away, that I need to carry everything I need for the day with me. Books, computer, water bottle, lunch, power cords, calculator, pens/pencils… you get the idea. I started with my trusty Jansport backpack that I’ve used as a travel bag for 15 years. It has served me well as an airport/amusement park…

Lance Matsushige says:

Fantastic falcon style bag. Decent stitching and zippers. First off, I am not in the military nor have I ever been. I’m just a hiker. However I’ve always liked the modular design of military style ruck sacks. I have purchased many different brands and seen many in action. I own the maxpedition falcon pack which this is based on, and I also have a few eberlestock bags for comparison.Pros: this bag is larger than the falcon by a few inches in each dimension. The webbing is sewn on pretty well, and the nylon is better than on most cheap bags…

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