CVLIFE Outdoor Tactical Backpack Military Rucksacks for Camping Hiking Waterproof 30L (ACU)

July 22, 2018 - Comment

Specifications: Main Compartment: 18.5″H x 12.6″W x 5.1″D Secondary Compartment: 16.5″H x 10.6″W x 3.5″D Upper Front Pocket: 4″H x 8.7″W x 2.5″D Lower Front Pocket: 10″H x 8.7″W x 2.5″D Material: 600D high quality Nylon material Features: 1.5 Inch Waist Belt and 1 Inch Sternum Strap Padded back of the backpack provides a comfortable

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Specifications:
Main Compartment: 18.5″H x 12.6″W x 5.1″D
Secondary Compartment: 16.5″H x 10.6″W x 3.5″D
Upper Front Pocket: 4″H x 8.7″W x 2.5″D
Lower Front Pocket: 10″H x 8.7″W x 2.5″D
Material: 600D high quality Nylon material

Features:
1.5 Inch Waist Belt and 1 Inch Sternum Strap
Padded back of the backpack provides a comfortable feel.
The inside pouches are made by waterproof material, wearable and durable.
Equipped with durable zipper closure, all pounces are easy to open and close.
Padded and adjustable shoulder straps relieve pressure on shoulders while carrying heavy loads.
With the small pouches inside of the main compartment, the Rucksacks Tactical Backpack is ready to meet your needs.
This tactical backpack can be used as bug out bag backpack, combat backpack, 3 day assault pack, hunting backpack, survival backpack, army backpack or trekking backpack.

Package Included:
1 x Backpack

Comments

TheRRDon says:

Great as a Range Bag I have read some of the negative reviews, and I just don’t see it. It may not be MIL grade Nylon (1000d), but it is 600 denier fabric which I have found to be very tough. It is modeled after a military pack. I has 2 main pockets large enough to carry anything you would need for school or office, including legal pads. It also has two outside, quick access pockets. In fact, I would say be cautious about buying this for a tween or young teen. As a book bag, it could easily overloaded to a point that daily use could have a health impact. But it would be great for camping. It would carry everything a Boy Scout would need for a weekend camp out. If you have ever been or had a Scout, you know that is saying something.I bought this to use as a Range Bag. Among other things I carry a set of lead-shot shooting rests. Together they are almost 40 lbs. In addition, I carry ammo and pistols along with a spotting scope, gloves, hearing protection, and cleaning and maintenance tools…

Steve C. says:

Good Fpv Pack Bag works well for hauling racing drones and equipment. Up to 3-4 fpv drones strapped to the outside, radio, batteries, tools, 2 pair of goggles, extra props and some spare parts all fit right in and I’m off to fly. Use to have to make two or three trips from the car to the flying spot. Now I just grab my bag and my chair and I’m ready. This is what I bought the pack for and it serves this purpose very well, would recommend to other fpv racers.

AniAaron2321 says:

Very Roomy / Good Buy Bought this for my emergency survival bag. I can still fit my collapseable lantern and crank solar radio in the largest compartment which is already holding 2 pounds jerky, 24 protein bars, a full set of child’s clothing, a small and large ace bandage, 10 Ritz cheese and cracker packets, 2 small Ziploc bags of dry cereal & veggie chips. Love the hidden compartment for money/doc’s. The second largest compartment is empty that will be filled with my emergency water pouches but as you can see in the photos lots of room little small pouch which I put my chargers in.The two small compartments in the front of the bag as you can see it has been filled with an aid kit ( I stuffed more things in there than what it came with ) along with a lot of other stuff.It’s very comfortable to wear even with all that stuff in it and it’s not even heavy. Not yet, we’ll see when the 20 pounds of water is added into it but I’m very satisfied with this purchase.

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