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5.11 Tactical Rush 72 Backpack

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522 customer reviews

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  • Large, external shove-it pocket, Top exterior crescent-shaped organization pocket, two exterior, side, gusseted zippered pockets
  • 1050D nylon with water-repellent PUx2 coating on main body, 210D 118T water-repellent PUx2 coating on inside pocket flaps and pocket bags
  • Closed-cell foam back padded hydration pocket with two back-to-back zippered pull tabs
  • Top, quick-access non-scratching fleece-lined sunglass pocket
  • Generous web-platform on three sides with additional attachment points
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Product Description

This 5.11.58602 Rush 72 backpack has many unique features including: flexible main storage compartments, water-resistant 1050-denier nylon outer , compression straps, fleece lined eyewear pocket, and molle-compatible webbing on front and sides.


Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 1 x 16.6 x 1 inches ; 3 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B00YX7R0M2
  • Item model number: 5-58602-026-1SZ-P
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (522 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,517 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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173 of 179 people found the following review helpful By KidElsworth on April 5, 2010
Color: Black Verified Purchase
I'm an Army officer and this is one of the best packs on the market. It works as an all-purpose, large capacity travel bag and a rough tactical 3-day pack. The build quality is the best out there (1050 denier, stronger than 1650) with sturdy zippers. The multitude of zippered, mesh storage on the inside is GREAT. The cherry on top is its low profile when it's not filled. If you are only carrying a few things the bag stays thin and doesn't look like you are going camping at Starbucks.
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93 of 101 people found the following review helpful By Bryan L. Pratt on January 10, 2011
Color: DarkEarth Verified Purchase
Purchased this for an upcoming deployment (fourth OIF/OEF tour), so I knew what I was looking for, and this pack is it. Picking out the right ruck and getting it "right-sized" is difficult; too large and you're dragging around a piece of luggage; too small and you're tying gear to the outside, snagging it on everything. Quality was important to me as well & 5.11 has a very good reputation.

PROS:
- qualtity is superb - very rugged - built to withstand abuse
- pockets - lots of 'em and very usable; easy to organize
- expandable - webbing allows numerous MOLLE attachment points
- built in Camelbak compatability
- Right size to accomodate a 3-4 day patrol in cold weather

CONS: NONE (it's not cheap, but you get what you pay for!)
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44 of 47 people found the following review helpful By X-ier on July 6, 2013
Color: OD Verified Purchase
the fabric is good even though its made in Vietnam, I like the design and the shoulder strap that really fits perfect and comfortable, plus the main compartment of this bug has a lot of pockets, which amaze me. I normally used this for travel around, and it looks good in all the shirt or polo shirts that I wear. (O.D)
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20 of 21 people found the following review helpful By EMT-Pete on April 29, 2013
Color: Black Verified Purchase
First, this bag can haul a serious amount of gear and is very well organized. I was tired of carrying multiple bags to the station and don't like duffle bags, so this was almost the perfect solution. A heavy 17-inch gaming laptop, a queen size down comforter, and an extra pillow in addition to changes of clothes, multiple textbooks, and food (I like to be comfortable on shift). If you actually need to attach bags or compartments to the outside of this thing because you need the room, just go buy yourself a wagon instead. There's plenty of room.

I remove one star for a slight break in the stitching at the edge of the yoke. This occurred as I was putting the pack on fully loaded. In its defense, it was carrying a moderately heavy load (~40lbs). But I don't think it would be any lighter if I had packed it with "3 Days" of survival gear or anything else for that matter. The stitching should have held.

I remove another two stars for the belt design. I do some backpacking and have some expectations when it comes to hipbelts. I love that it can be tucked away when not needed; this is a cool feature I hope to see in other designs. As padded as it is, I expected this belt to be useful for proper load distribution. But I am 6'2" and because it has no vertical height adjustment, it is useless to me. The belt comes together somewhere around my navel, meaning it does nothing to distribute the pack weight to my hips as a padded hipbelt should. If you were going Bear Grylls and running through a jungle for no good reason (seriously, why is he always running?), this belt would keep your pack from flopping. That's it. Your shoulders would carry all the weight and your back would suffer (after ducking all those trees, or zombies, or enemy fire, or whatever).
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42 of 49 people found the following review helpful By Trekker on August 24, 2011
Color: Sandstone Verified Purchase
I've carried a lot of civilian backpacks and military rucksacks in my day and this bag is great for its size. It's the perfect size to make a 72-hour bug out bag with endless options for pockets and the MOLLE webbing throughout the pack. I also bought the 5.11 Tactical MOAB 10 to use as a quick go-bag with the bare essentials and use the Rush 72 as a larger bag to carry food, clothing, and shelter. Using the Rush-tier strap system, you can dock your MOAB bag to any of the Rush series bags. This is a quality bag that will stand up to many years of abuse.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Chuck Arnold on June 1, 2014
Color: Storm Verified Purchase
Good size, excellent quality, and plenty of organizational options. I've carried mine around the world as both an airline carry on bag, and a field services laptop bag. Lots of room in this bag, so it definitely lives up to the 72 hour title, and the ability to connect the RUSH sling bags make it even more versatile.For civilian use, I highly recommend the Storm Gray color, as it hardly receives a second glance.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Adam E on September 6, 2013
Color: Sandstone Verified Purchase
I previously purchased a 5.11 Rush 12 bag as my day hiking pack, but have had my eyes on the Rush 72 for some time as my permanent bug out bag. I keep one bag always loaded with necessities if I have to grab and go in a hurry, and the Rush 72 does it all. There is so much room in this bag, and I like that it can be laid flat and the main compartment unzips all the way around and can be opened completely to front-load. This makes it so easy to stock up this bag tightly and not have to dig through from the top of the bag just to find one item. Not only is it roomy, but it wears very comfortably with the wide molle-equipped waist belt, taking the load of your gear off of your shoulders and onto your waist where it belongs.

The durability of this pack is really a huge selling point, and a testament to all 5.11 product's quality. This pack is flawless and so tough. While it may be heavier than some other 3 day packs, that's because it's built of the best nylon I've ever had on any gear. No frays, no missed stitches, and it's tough enough to throw off a cliff and not take damage. I expect to get at least 10 years out of this pack with hard use before I should need to replace it.

Compartment features: one large main compartment, one big front compartment (with organization and inner zippered and non-zippered compartments) that has straps holding it against the main compartment for expansion, 2 large vertical side compartments, and a separate compartment on the back for holding a large hydration bladder. That front compartment has a gap between itself and the main large compartment, but the nylon straps on the side of it can be slightly loosened and allow you to put an item such as an Army shovel or a small camping pad in it vertically for easy access.
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