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5.11 Rush 24 Back Pack

by 5.11
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Price: $104.40 - $400.00
  • fleece
  • Closed-cell foam back padded hydration pocket with two back-to-back zippered pull tabs
  • Generous web-platform on three sides with additional attachment points
  • Top exterior book-end pockets with non-scratching fleece-lined organization, two exterior, side, flat, zippered pockets, One interior stuff-pocket with draw cord
  • Adjustable, dual density closed-cell foam shoulder straps with Duraflex(TM) hardware
  • Two large metal grommet drainage holes on bottom of pack

$104.40 - $400.00

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5.11 Rush 24 Back Pack + Tactical USA Flag Patch - Black & White by Gadsden and Culpeper + Punisher Tactical Patch - Black by Gadsden and Culpeper
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Product Description

Purpose Built

The RUSH 24 is designed to provide superior storage capacity and organization without slowing you down.

The roomy main compartment offers three interior mesh organizer pockets to keep small accessories organized, a padded hydration pocket keeps you moving, and a fleece-lined sunglass pocket keeps your eyewear within easy reach. Dual side storage compartments offer double-zip access, a large stuff-it pocket with an integrated draw cord provides expandable storage when you need it, and contoured compression straps ensure a stable, comfortable carry. A wrap-around web platform is MOLLE/SlickStick System compatible, allowing you to customize your storage options as you see fit.

The RUSH 24 combines superior mobility and enhanced storage with customizable functionality that excels in any environment.

At a Glance
  • Roomy main storage area
  • Dual zipping side pockets
  • Hydration pocket
  • Stuff-it pocket with integrated draw cord
  • Reinforced grab-and-go handle
  • Wrap-around MOLLE/SlickStick web platform
  • Three mesh admin compartments
  • Zippered fleece-lined eyewear pocket
  • Velcro nametape and flag patches


  • Durable1050D nylon
  • Water-repellant coating
  • 20" H x 12.5" L x 8" D main compartment
  • 2070 cubic inch capacity
  • Adjustable height sternum strap
  • Two external compression straps
  • Contoured yoke shoulder strap system
  • Twin drainage grommets
  • Self-repairing YKK zippers
  • Glove-friendly pull tabs

Product Details

  • Item Weight: 3 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B005AG3R8Q
  • Item model number: ACKAM112
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (427 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,801 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

The materials this bag is made out of seem very durable.
It has great organization with all the different pockets and had a lot of room in the main compartments to store larger things.
I've been using my 24 hour rush bag for just over 3 months now, just about every single day.
M. Kellerman

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

172 of 179 people found the following review helpful By solocanoe on June 26, 2010
Color Name: BlackSize Name: 1 Size
**UPDATE 10/26/2013 - Hard to believe - this bag is STILL my favorite. Not one issue, my content has changed a little (ipod, lol...have all music on my ipone now!) and I've used this for work and play - but it really shines for work or travel - especially business travel. the compression straps (and the ones I added at the bottom really suck down the bag to pass inspection for carry on use too. almost 3 1/2 years of at least 5 day use and a lot of 7 day use. Wow, that's wild, and nothing is wrong with it at all.

Original review -- I've been a pack junkie, user, trader, buyer, and I guess a bit of a collector for 4 decades. I served in the 80's and I humped the various ALICE versions all over the world. Have tried many (WAY TOO MANY) packs over the years looking for the right one. For what I need now...this is just about the perfect pack for me. I also own the RUSH 72 as a home based Bug Out Bag...I bought it after using/abusing this RUSH 24 for over a year now.

It's been a year of daily carry for my EDC RUSH 24, using it as a briefcase if needed, laptop bag, and on camping trips and canoeing trips as my only bag. I've had it covered in dust, mud, heavily rained on, and it's been thru the desert.
I have it in black as that's the least "hey, I've got a military/MOLLE pack here"...from 5 feet away, the MOLLE just about disappears. Very low key. I wear a suit and tie every day to work...this bag still looks great.

Inside the front-bottom-outside pocket is all the little things I use daily. Pens, pencils, markers, multitool, surefire, deck of cards, chemlights, beef sticks, packs of paracord, Spyderco Military, monocular, and this time of year, suncreen and bug spray, along with some other stuff. everything in it's own pocket!
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41 of 43 people found the following review helpful By GearGuy on May 29, 2012
Based on reviews I bought this pack sight unseen. It's my first piece of 5.11 gear and as expected I am very impressed with the quality and workmanship.
I inspected a friends Rush 12, but I thought I was looking at the Rush 24.. I thought ahh this size is perfect. When the actual Rush 24 arrived I was like.. oh my this is huge. The 22x12x7" dimensions (33 liters) are only the main pouch. The admin pouch adds another few liters, and the pack can bulge outwards to maybe.. 40 liters total. Its by far the largest frameless pack I've worn.

This size is too big for my daily use. I should have payed attention to the name.. this can carry everything I would need for a 24 hour camping trip including tent, sleeping bag etc.
That is not a complaint, just an observation.I am keeping this for my Bug Out Bag and getting the Rush 12 for EDC/work use.

UPDATE: The Rush 12 is a great size for taking my EDC, lunch, and a few items to work and back. The Rush 24 is now my GET HOME bag in my car. It is a great size for such an application, bug out, get home, 72 hours, etc. All the pockets and such make organization easy (shelter, fire, water, food, etc.)
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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By ODCaveman on March 19, 2014
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I have had this pack for a couple years and it has been a pleasure to own. There are plenty of other reviews that go into detail about the pack, so i wont do that here. But one thing this pack is missing is a waist belt. I have found that the Condor 241 battle belt with a 1-1/2" web belt is a perfect combination for a waist belt on this pack. For a belt I am using the Blackhawk! 1.5 inch instructors gun belt. The best part is that you can get them to match some of the colors this pack comes in. See a video review of the pack with an attached waist belt setup on youtube under the ODCaveman channel by searching for 5.11 rush 24 waist belt.

I would highly recommend this product and someday plan to purchase its bigger brother the rush 72 to keep in my vehicle as sort of a "bug out bag" and keep this one reserved for day hikes or traveling as a carry on. The materials this bag is made out of seem very durable. The design is well thought out, there are so many compartments and pockets that you really can keep a ton of stuff in there and yet keep it all organized. Another thing to note is that at least for me, I have to keep the shoulder straps quite tight to take advantage of the yolk design of the shoulder straps. This keeps the pack riding higher up on my back and keeps the yolk closer to the back of the neck area. If you are a person who wears your pack hanging down at your ass then the design is pretty much defeated.

Also the chest straps can be easily moved around by simply taking them off of the molle. They have a break in the plastic clip that holds them to the shoulder straps to allow you to remove them and adjust them.
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104 of 127 people found the following review helpful By Archimedes Tritium on March 5, 2012
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Pack selection can vary depending on application and fit. This is a tough, high quality pack, as others describe. But it didn't float my boat.

At 6'2", I found it not fitting well, riding a couple inches higher than was comfortable. There was little adjustability to compensate, only cinch straps that constricted/relaxed the shoulder yoke. Maybe if it was always loaded to 40+lbs, the weight would pull it lower and I wouldn't notice, but for a day-hike pack at about 15-20 lbs, it wasn't workable. I have a $22 pack from Target that is far more adjustable and comfortable -- I'd rather wear out 5 of them than have this high-quality pack riding my back for life.

There is no cell phone reception where I go, so such pockets are quirky. In general, the pockets didn't really match my gear, either being too big or too small. I wouldn't dream of packing a laptop. And, for me, three grommet holes in the bottom & back "to drain water" are only three entrances for bugs, sand, dirt, and water when the back is set down.

Not sure how others use packs, but I find it much easier to manage the interior of my pack (avoid putting water into it) than the external environment, and so I'd prefer not to have always-open access ports letting the outside in.
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