Maxpedition Laptop


  • 100% Nylon
  • Imported
  • Zipper closure
  • The overall size is 10"Lx8"Wx15.5"H (25.4 x 20.3 x 39.4 cm). Shapeshift handles have been added for a more comfortable carry. Custom Positive Grip zipper pulls make opening the pack faster and easier
  • Ergonomic backpack with quick release padded straps come standard, along with an adjustable sternum strap
  • The exterior front has a padded pocket. There is also a lower pocket with ample organization. The Lattice Attachment System (ATLAS) allows for modular attachments to be added and customized
  • The lockable main compartment has a Gossamer mesh pocket, loop field, and an elastic sleeve pocket that can hold your 13" laptop
  • Rear of the pack has layers of padding for comfortable carry. Two-way access to a loop-lined rear CCW compartment. A double-sided Security Lockout Strip so contents do not fall out of the compartment


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Optimized for EDC and CCW, the 15L Rift point is the more compact and lighter weight version of Maxpedition's bestselling 23L Rift core concealed carry capable backpack. Enjoy this everyday carry pack as-is for its low profile design, or expand its load-bearing capacity by attaching specialized accessories such as an FRP first-aid pouch to the laser-cut Attachment Lattice System (ATLAS) surfaces on the front and sides. This ability to efficiently scale up benefits any activity, from escape & evasion to a casual bike ride around town.

Product details
  • Department : Unisex-adult
  • Date First Available : October 24, 2020
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #494,414 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
    • #982 in Tactical Backpacks

A great EDC bag after a few mods. The quality is top notch. I would recommend this bag to anyone that wants to carry the essentials items to get yourself home or out of town for a day or two.

Comfortable -
-The straps are well padded with accessory Hooks for flashlights or pocket knives.
-The padded back panel allows adequate ventilation to prevent excessive back sweat.

High quality
- Tough exterior material with quality stitching throuout the pack makes this a long lasting product
-YKK zippers inside and out prevent frustration

Concerns or Changes I've made:
1 - Added a bungee retention strap for small cloying items or dirty gloves. I tried to add a maxpedition add on bag to the front but it made the bag too big for an EDC. I was knocking things off shelves in stores. This bungee area is more useful for me.
2-added a bungee retension strap to the main compartment. The main compartment would fly open (after the YKK zippers were broken in) and the contents were exposed and could fall out. (See pictures for a better understanding of this modification)

Interior :
1 - The main compartment does not have any hooks or loops to attach items on the sides or top. A place to hook a pocket knife or a carabiner would allow items to be hung from the sides instead of falling to the bottom of the bag. I added a maxpedition hook and loop organizer but I still needed more places to attach items.
2-The small compartment that would typically be used for sunglasses storage is not padded or reinforced to prevent glasses form being crushed. It's too small to hold an Oakley case so I don't risk it. This pocket holds earbuds and lens cloths. Not very efficient use of space.
3-there is no hook for keys or carabiner in the admin pouch (larger front pouch) my spare key gets tossed around and becomes hard to find in a hurry. I added a badge clip to ensure my key is where I expect it when I need it. (see pic)
3- no interior zipper pulls. Why?

Contents today:
First aid kit (external DEP pouch)
Pocket knife
50ft paracord
Fire starting kit with magnesium and cotton balls
Fishing kit
Work gloves
Stainless cooking pot
Change of Cloths and good wool socks
Write in the rain notebook
Vehicle keys
Extra house key
2200mAh battery
Lens cloths
Room left over for snacks or diapers for the baby.

It took several tries to make the compartments fit everything efficiently, but I love this bag now. Maxpedition.. Maybe version 2 will have the small details worked out.

So I added water bottle pouch hoping it would free up space in the already small 15L pack. Two vanquest on each side now. It definitely did and I can’t say anything bad about the vanquest. I just think the maxpedition rift point bag might just be to small for me. I found myself going back to my condor 20L assault pack. Everyone has their own opinions and needs for each bag but I’m posting this for those that are doing research and Interested in the maxpedition rift point it’s a great pack but know what your buying it’s expensive for what it is. Im not a EDC guy I literally can carry my EDC items in my pockets. The issue I have is it’s just too small. I can fit my lunch and extra 16.9 water bottle in main compartment. the front large compartment fit extra snacks bars, phone charger/portable battery, pens paper ect. The top small pocket sunglasses and change pouch. I don’t carry a tablet or computer but a tablet would definitely fit in the rear CCW pocket. Overall the bag is small, very stiff and is made from heavy duty material. I can fit all these items in My condor assault pack and still have an entire empty pocket (middle) that I can use for buying items from store or gym clothes ect. I got the condor about 9-10 years about feels much better to the touch and is still in great condition. I purchased the maxpedition from amazon and will most likely be returning and searching for a new 20+ Liter pack as I’d like to retire my ACU assault pack and go with less tactical look. I also have a 5.11 rush 24 bag which I feel is too large for my daily needs but I use it for trips that require carry on at airport. So 37L is too much and 15L is too small. I’m now trying to find that (perfect pack) I just hope the condor isn’t it bc the tactical look isn’t my style anymore.

If you buy this backpack it will last you many years. My $50 condor assault (small) is still going strong and the rift point is made out of way nicer heavier material. Just know what your buying. If your looking for a CCW bag trust me there’s room for your pistol in the CCW pouch however that’s about it glock 26 took up the pouch without holster. As far as comfort goes I used it during the winter months so can’t comment on shoulder pads as I had jacket or hoodie on most the time. However like others have said it does want to fall off your shoulder when only using one strap to carry it. I gave it 3 stars because of the shoulder strap issue , the velcro (hook and loop) inside the pocket is pointless. I bought a 3 loop organizer thing from the company to hold knife, portable battery pack and charging cables. The design is great for larger pack but when you have the bag packed good look the attachment is just in the way and takes up less space placed in a zip lock bag. I don’t think this material will soften up as I researched it already.

I picked these bags to hold my most important stuff to keep me alive. Great bag, lots of storage, room for water bladder. I added a 32 ounce bottle holder that was available on Maxipedition site. Nalgene bottle with cover works great. I carry this bag all the time especially in summer. Nice pockets for first aid and sunglasses on front. Near your back are two verticle pockets, not as obvious, to store backup kinds of stuff. Interior easily accessible through fully opening main zips.

Love the quality materials and build.. but then I put it on. The straps are so thin they dig into your shoulders. They look like they're designed to contour to your body.. but they're stiff and uncomfortable. I'm giving 2 stars since the whole point of a bag is to carry things comfortably.

I am a 220 lb 6'2" tall male. These shoulder straps are not comfortable at all, and the rare occasional trying to hold over one shoulder is near impossible (I know, it isn't made for that, but still).

Like everything Maxpedition, awesome quality and their AGR products are the best of any bags I've used! Bag is a little small, not a complaint because it's what I wanted, just something to consider when purchasing. If you need to carry a lot of gear, consider moving up to the Riftcore. This bag does easily fit what I need it to for EDC. Would definitely recommend this bag or any of Maxpedition's AGR line of products.

I had to go through many backpacks to find the perfect one and the Riftpoint backpack is just what I needed. It is not too small or not too big making it a perfect medium-sized backpack. The quality of the backpack is outstanding along with its strong sturdy zippers. Maxpedition products are all high quality and I would definitely recommend this brand to others because I am very happy with their products.