Great for law enforcement, military reserves, hunting, and more, the streamlined Fieldline Surge tactical hydration pack offers roomy storage, MOLLE webbing, and 2-liter hydration reservoir.
The large main compartment opens clamshell-style for easy access and carries extra layers or food, while a roomy secondary compartment features three internal pockets for organization. Two front zippered cargo pockets feature the MOLLE locking system for attaching accessory pouches or mission tools. Side compression straps and a webbed waist belt help you compact and stabilize the load. The adjustable shoulder strap system includes a sternum slider for added security.
The Surge includes a 2-liter reservoir to keep you hydrated throughout your adventures. The wide-mouth design is easy to fill, and BPA-free construction is odorless and tasteless to keep beverages tasting fresh. Featuring a quick-connect hose and a high-flow bite valve, the bladder's tubing can be accessed via left or right ports at the top of the bag.
When you need to carry more gear, the Ninja Daypack has you covered with side compression straps, bottom lashing loops, and heavy-duty MOLLE webbing for attaching a variety of optional pouches, accessories, and modular tactical gear.
Dimensions 9.2 x 17.7 x 6.9 inches (WxHxD)
Storage Capacity (Volume) 22.2 liters (1356 cubic inches)
Weight 2.46 pounds
Well I got this bad yesterday(Thursday) to be a go-bag. I flew to Texas to today and as soon as I unhooked the chest strap it ripped right off and the buckle was gone. So poor stiching on the chest strap. I have a week in Texas to test the backpack assisting with the disaster cleanup in Rockport.. I'm hoping it'll hold up. I can go without the chest strap.
I love this thing. I ride my bicycle to work and back (about 8 miles round trip) and I am able to fit three tupperware containers, a water bottle and a clean shirt as well as hygiene supplies. I don't even use the hydration pack, but I suppose you could if you wanted to. Fits great on the shoulders, which is no small feat for me ( I'm 6'2 and 200 pounds). Have a combat flag and a us army patch on the velcro. Looks snazzy and works great. Can't beat the price.
So I bought this bag due to it being like my last one, small, compressable, and has many pockets. Works great and fits into small places well on my ambulance. Even came with its own water bladder and tubing which I wasnt expecting. One issue I have with it, some of the stitching on the right side, about 4 inches long, was messed up but a lighter quickly solved it. Great lil bag for work.
Just the right size, plenty of pockets , well made.. Wish it had a top compression strap, when the top pocket is full its hangs foward a bit but I love the bag.
Good backpack for a small hike. Able to store crap and not overpack.
Love this thing!! I could easily use it as a 3 day pack!!
Bag is all that it promises! Light, lots of storage, zippers work well! Home run
The bladder on this sucker sucks big donkey dung get a replacement for it.