Military Molle Daypack Tactical Assault Pack Army Molle Bug Out Bag
stars, based on ( 17 )reviews
$36.00 $40.00 piece
- Army Green
- Navy Blue
- Python Pattern
- CP Blue
- Military Tactical backpack size approx.:30*50*30cm (W*H*D),
- Capacity: 40L; Military backpack is made of high 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 day assault pack bug out bag 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.
- This tactical assault pack backpack can be used as 3 day assault pack, bug out bag backpack, range bag, hunting backpack, survival backpack, army backpack, trekking backpack or day pack for daily use
Product: Military Molle Daypack Tactical Assault Pack Army Molle Bug Out Bag
Tag: Military Molle Daypack, Military Tactical Assault Pack Backpack, Gear Army Molle Out Bag, Military Assault Pack Backpack Outlet
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Customer Reviews ( 17 )
ByCoreyWednesday, 15 May 2019
Great pack, with plenty of room. Everything seems very durable, but one of the main punch zippers won't zip properly. Everything else is great, and would highly recommend this pack if the zipper malfunction were fixed. *swapped pack, no zipper problem, pack is great*
ByDavid LevyWednesday, 08 May 2019
Perfect size and constructed very well Perfect size and constructed very well. I purchased this to make my Get Home Bag. Exactly what i need - plenty of different compartments for my items.
ByTed V.Friday, 29 March 2019
This thing is amazing! I use this everyday for school, carry on for travel, and would work just fine as a one to two day bag. If you add molle punches it could become a 2-3 day bag. Pros: *Has multiple sections! I love having places to put stuff to keep them separated. *It holds my laptop which is 15" wide, a portable laptop charging battery with cables, wall outlet charger, external hard drive, external disk drive, two textbooks, 3 folders, a notebook, pencil case, poncho, reading book, and sunglasses...without using any molle pouches...yet. strong material, awesome straps, great zippers, and I enjoy the large Velcro area for patches. Cons: *I wish it was one more compartment deep...don't get me wrong it holds everything I need, but it couldn't hold it all and a 3rd textbook. Which is really the k my thing that it's lacking. If you're looking for a huge bag this isn't for you, but if you want a great all around bag to carry stuff in this bag is what you want.
ByGadgetry GuyWednesday, 27 March 2019
Perfect bug-out bag For the price, this "tactical" backpack can't be beat. The general construction quality of this backpack rivals those of double the price. The compartments are all well designed, and this backpack is capable of being over-stuffed to a ridiculous degree. The shoulder straps curve inwards, and as such, seem well-positioned against a person's abdomen. The smaller version of this backpack (Military Tactical Assault Pack Backpack Army Molle Bug Out Bag Backpacks Small Rucksack for Outdoor Hiking Camping Trekking Hunting Black) has a few advantages compared to this larger version: * The hydration pouch on the smaller version is designed much better, with a dedicated zipper. The back of the hydration pouch is the back of the backpack, and is a firm, cushioned backing. The larger version backpack has a rear pouch that is much smaller, and uses velcro instead of a zipper. * The largest compartment on the small backpack has an access hole on the top, from which you can run a hydration tube, headphones, etc. There is an additional access hole between the largest compartment and the hydration pouch, so that you could run hydration tubes from both the hydration pouch AND the largest compartment. This design was very well planned. By contrast, the large backpack has no such access hole - just a velcro strap. * There is a y-strap on the small backpack that covers the top of all three compartment layers, prevent items from falling out, and also providing additional structural support when the bag is over-stuffed. The large backpack doesn't have this strap. * The largest compartment on the small backpack is deep enough to lay some items flat, such as ponchos, emergency blankets/tents, MREs, etc. I was surprised at how much I could stuff in there. By contrast, the large backpack has a large compartment that seems a tiny bit shallower, but taller and wider. The large backpack possesses the following advantages compared to the small backpack: * The large backpack, while only a few inches larger in each dimension, is capable of being over-stuffed to a ridiculous degree. I could fit so much more in the large backpack. * The large backpack spreads out better when completely packed, and looks a little less silly than the small backpack, which has compartment layers that are successively smaller than each preceding layer.
ByJoey CaylorWednesday, 09 January 2019
Well worth the money Completely satisfied with this pack. The only issue with the pack is the waist straps aren't sown on the ends so they slide through the buckle which makes it basically useless. Nothing a simple stitching can't fix. Other than that, the pack is made great. I use it daily for work duties. iPads, bottles of water, documents, etc. I've also used it on the range a few times and have loaded it to the max with ammo and accessories. It's a great pack, honestly exceeded all my expectations for the price.
ByMJ SmithThursday, 03 January 2019
I’ve hiked the Alps with this pack and carried it on planes and in Paris. It’s great for all purposes and very comfortable. I purchased this pack for multi purpose use, for rugged hiking the Alps and Appalachians, as well as my carry on pack for international flights and for lugging around my art supplies while sketching in the field. It works great for every one of these purposes. It is made of heavy duty material, with lots of compartments, good compression straps and zippers, and the shoulder straps and belt are very comfortable to wear. The two largest compartments make it exceptional for keeping gear and food items separated so your not putting dirty gear beside you bigger water bottles or food containers. The variety of outer pockets work well for organizing placement of iPads, books, notebooks, charger cables, pens and or snacks. I can fit my 16”x12” pad of watercolor paper in the large compartment, which gives you an idea of the compartment space. Also, although there is no internal frame, the pack material is substantially heavy enough that is not as floppy as many day packs, so it stands up better than most of them on the floor or a chair while you are packing it or searching for things.
ByJoshuaTuesday, 27 November 2018
Absolutely love this tactical backpack Absolutely love this backpack. the only negative for me is that i thought it was going to be bigger, but that was me. This tactical backpack is well made
ByCustomerThursday, 11 October 2018
Looking for a "get home" or "bug out" bag? This just might be the one for you. I purchased this for a "get home bag" for both my truck and my wife's. I've got a TON of stuff in there. My bag weighs about 20 pounds, and my wife's weighs 16 pounds. That won't be the traveling weight, as some of that stuff will come out and attach to belts, so my point is that with that weight in it, and on my back, the pack is actually comfortable (so far). I plan on going on a 3-day hike this summer with my wife using these packs as a test run to look for deficiencies in both the packs and their contents. The pack itself seems to be well made, with stout zippers and lots of pockets. I researched packs for WEEKS before deciding on this one because I was looking for the right combination of pockets, shape, and shoulder straps configuration. The compression straps are strong, and when fully loaded, the pack barely moves when I do. If you're looking for a pack for a similar purpose as mine, this is a great place to start, from not only a price perspective, but a quality and purpose one as well.
ByLee GuerreroFriday, 13 July 2018
Great Backpack for the Price Great product. There's plenty of compartments to store and organize your life. Pros -Perfect size for me (6'2" 230lbs) -Seems to be durable and well made -Plenty of pockets for organization -Slot closest to your back is perfect for something thin. Maybe a laptop or armor plate of some sort. Cons -MOLLE on the side has three slots, but only room for a pouch with one strap. The other two are too small. -The second largest compartment can become rather small of all other compartments are packed with stuff. Great back pack for the price. I am overall really pleased with it. I hope it holds together for many years to come.
ByVladimir Wednesday, 14 March 2018
First off, there are a few QC issues with this pack. The straps are a bit uneven and some of the MOLLE aren't spaced very well. These are the only two issues I have had so far. Those two flaws aside, this bag is seriously great for the price. I have filled it up to the point I was positive that the zippers would bust and it's held really surprisingly well considering its price and origin. It's held up to torrential Louisiana rain without my tablet or work clothes getting even a drop of water. I've managed to get three days worth of clothes, extra shoes, food, cellphone chargers, an ipad, toiletries, and a few books into the bag with no issues. Great every day bag for the price.
BySean MaherFriday, 09 February 2018
My initial impression was favorable as far as quality of construction. I inspected the seams, straps and zippers and found no obvious issues. The specific pack I received was of good initial quality and continues to wear well. It appears to have slightly less than the stated volume. Even so I bought one for each of my sons after owning it for several months. I am much taller and heavier than average and I was able to adjust the waist belt and shoulder straps of the pack for a comfortable fit. The molle system works as expected. There are other features I found useful like an organizer for maps. papers, writing implements and similar objects in the lower external compartment and an elastic strap across the main compartment. If it is to be used in rain it will need an inexpensive cover. There is a drain eyelet if water does enter the pack. This is transferred from vehicle to vehicle several times a week carrying approx. 25 lbs. of gear, stressing handles and seams differently than its infrequent use as a backpack. I am satisfied at this price point.
ByBobWednesday, 03 January 2018
Good quality of construction and materials. Added a star after 6 months. My initial impression was favorable as far as quality of construction. I inspected the seams, straps and zippers and found no obvious issues. The specific pack I received was of good initial quality and continues to wear well. It appears to have slightly less than the stated volume. Even so I bought one for each of my sons after owning it for several months. I am much taller and heavier than average and I was able to adjust the waist belt and shoulder straps of the pack for a comfortable fit. The molle system works as expected. There are other features I found useful like an organizer for maps. papers, writing implements and similar objects in the lower external compartment and an elastic strap across the main compartment. If it is to be used in rain it will need an inexpensive cover. There is a drain eyelet if water does enter the pack. This is transferred from vehicle to vehicle several times a week carrying approx. 25 lbs. of gear, stressing handles and seams differently than its infrequent use as a backpack. I am satisfied at this price point.
ByKelseyFriday, 06 October 2017
I am tempted not to leave a review simply because I plan on buying more of these and don't want to share. I am SO impressed with this backpack. I am making 4 separate 72-hour emergency kits: one for myself and three as gifts for my family this Christmas. So of course I was looking for a great price on something spacious, reliable and water resistant without dropping $60 each. I almost ended up going with something like a Jansport and I'm so glad I didn't! This backpack is rugged. The construction is very sturdy. It has thick zippers, each pocket has two zipper pulls. I love that the main pocket opens all the way up. I have been able to stuff a LOT of stuff in this bag and still have room for 3 days of food and water. The pocket for the water bladder is a bonus. The bag also came with the flag patch seen in the product image. I am a 5'6" 23 y/o female and this is sturdy enough for me to carry packed full without any issues. My only semi con: the waist strap that goes across the torso between the two shoulder straps might be a little short for a heavier person or someone with a large stomach (like myself). They also are removable because they are not sewn on one end. This caused them to come off the bag entirely when I first tried the strap. I thought I had broken the bag. So maybe not the most reliable waist strap. However, this could actually be a great option because you could remove the waist strap if you don't think you'll use it. I ended up taking mine off and sticking them in the bag because I didn't want them dangling around. Totally recommended. I'm overall very impressed. Awesome price for the product. Since this is for emergency and not every day use, I can't give feedback on how long the pack lasts. If my review doesn't change, assume I'm still satisfied. Hopefully I never have to put it to any serious use!
ByYassine Thursday, 20 July 2017
Good product, very sturdy, TONS of room. Really great bag. Bought it for a go bag. Plenty of room so far for a change of clothes for 2 people, first aid kit, food for 3 days (backpacking food), backpacking stove, backpacking cookware, couple water bottles, water purification system, etc etc... Just the right amount of pockets, not so many you can't remember where things are, but enough to keep organized. We really like that it's sturdy and big, but it doesn't shout military or bug out bag. If we take the patch off it could pass for a school bag if someone doesn't look too closely. Straps are comfortable and adjustable. Still working on putting everything together slowly over time, so far we're really happy with this bag. As we build up our supplies we will most likely purchase another one of these. ******Update****** This bag is awesome. We have been slowly building up our bag over time and tonight I went through everything and reorganized. We're just at the stage where we'll need another bag so I'm ordering another one of these this week. This bag holds a TON of stuff, zippers are strong and fabric is tough. I'm 5.3 and female, medium build. With all the stuff in it if I fasten the waist strap this bag is heavy but not terrible. We are planning our bug out bags for more emergencies like tornadoes or hurricanes, so not necessarily planning on hiking into the woods. We have included a couple basic shelter items, but focused on other things. We are still building it up, this is about 6 months of slowly buying and gathering items. We are very happy with this bag! Buying another one now.
ByLucSaturday, 03 June 2017
So, I literally just received my Reebow Tactical Bag about 20 minutes ago and after unzipping everything, undoing all the buckles, adjusting the shoulder straps, testing the zippers for a bit and feeling the bags exterior......I like it a lot. it's made of a good quality outer and a thick but, malleable inner that I assume will keep water out to a certain extent. Ok, first things first. The Zippers. very strong thread, attached to thick metal zippers that are smoother than a prom queens thighs but, not quite as risky. How water repellent they are though is still unclear. The buckles are made of plastic but seem to be sturdy enough. the female parts are very thick and sturdy but, the male ends I could see them shattering possibly if you were to hit one the right way (say if you dropped it on a hard surface with a bag full of gear). The shoulder straps are equipped with a nice and thick padding and don't seem to pinch under heavy weight (which if you've ever rucked 12 miles, you know what I mean). The underside of the shoulder straps have a mesh design to them which I can only assume is to keep you from having sweat stains where the straps sit. Overall I like them and I have no doubt that they'll be comfortable for hiking, school or what have you. The exterior is rugged and even though I haven't tested it thoroughly (yet), I am pretty confident that it'll do just fine. Maybe this is in reverse order but I wanna get into the interior of this pack. POCKETS! so many pockets and little storage pockets inside those pockts! HUGE plus! I still need to order a hydration bladder but, it'll accommodate one. Finally (and firstly?), the MOLLE System is your standard system and it'll get the job done. Second, the Velcro on the top part will last for a while, so that's nice. and the American Flag they send with the bag isn't super bright which is good because no one wants to look like a fresh out of basic PVT. it almost looks tattered but in a classy way. ******FINAL VERDICT******* I was wanting to get the 5.11 rush 24 bag but couldn't afford $100+ at the moment so I took a chance on this. Much like anything else, retailers convince you (the consumer) that in order to get something (like, oh sayyyyyyyy.....an assault pack?) that you have to pay big bucks or "It'll be a terrible product and you're going to hate yourself!!!". Not true. At least not with this bag. it's sturdy, functional and priced well. my only qualm is that it lloks too similar to the Marines assault packs. (I was in the Army) . Hope the review helps.