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3V Gear Paratus 3 Day Operator's Pack Military Style Molle & Hydration Compatible Tactical Backpack, Bug Out Bag for Outdoors, Survival, Backpacking, Hunting
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- Versatile Modular Design - 3 Packs in 1
- Rugged Weather Resistant 600 D Nylon Material
- Includes Detachable Deployment pack (With Shoulder or Waist Strap)
- Velcro ID Panel with INCLUDED Removable VVV Gear Shield Rubber Morale Patch
- Extreme Duty Self Healing Coil Zippers with Paracord Pulls
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Whether you are venturing around the world as a Black-ops operative, preparing for a bug out situation, or on a mission for solitude, the VVV Gear Paratus II Modular 3-Day Assault Pack is an excellent choice for all your tactical or preparedness needs. Well made with rugged 600 Denier PVC backed nylon, with 2 large zippered compartments plus additional interior pockets and organizers, two attached MOLLE pouches. Staying organized is easy. Multiple D-rings, carry handles, compression straps and fasten points provide for endless customization.
The Paratus’ dimensions are the maximum allowable for airline carry-on requirements which provide plenty of organized usable space for all your travel and adventure needs both at your destination and during travel. The three bags in one allows you for more versatility traveling and can serve as the perfect bug out bag.
*Built from heavy-duty 600D PVC nylon
*Double stitched seams
*Main compartment: 20”H x 12”W x 5.5”D ( 1320 cubic inches)
*Top front: 13"H x 12"W x 3"D (468 cubic inches)
*Two large MOLLE pouches attached to each side, (5”x 2.5”x 8", 100 cubic inches)
*Overall Size: 2890 cubic inches
*Body contoured shoulder straps with D-Ring
*Adjustable padded waist belt
*External side compression straps
*Heavy-Duty carry and drag handle
*Two double zipper pulls on the main compartment for easy access
*All zipper pulls threaded with para-cord for durability and noise reduction
*MOLLE and PALs attachment point throughout
*Includes VVV Gear Rapid Deployment pack
*3” x 5” Velcro ID panel w/VVV Gear 3D PVC patch
Rapid Deployment Pack Features:
*MOLLE attachment straps
*Heavy-duty military nylon coil zippers
*Three zippered compartments
*Double sewn nylon webbing carry handle
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The build quality is great, featuring 600 denier nylon and double stitching everywhere I looked. The con to that great build quality is the weight of the pack. I've filled it to the 55 lb mark and did some 5-6 miles hikes in it. It was comfortable and the straps adjusted adequately, but anything beyond that and I would look to a lightweight alternative that has chest straps, internal frame and beefier waste pads. It also didn't ride like a backpacking pack where some of the weight is distributed to the hips: most of the weight seemed to sit on the shoulders. That being said, it sat high enough so it was still comfortable and snug.
One of the selling points to this pack is the modular design. When I initially ordered it, I questioned the usefulness of the two molle side pouches. After playing around with the load out, one side pouch become a designated medical bag and the other pouch fit a 16oz stainless steel mug at the bottom with a 320z Nalgene bottled nestled inside. With a little wiggling I was able to get the zipper to close enough to secure the bottle. Without the cup at the bottom its a great fit. On the topic of hydration, in the main compartment, there is a large pocket for the hydration bladder and a tight opening for the tube right below the middle carry handle. The pocket doesn't have a hook, but I had no issues the the bladder moving around while hiking.
A few things to note: I've flown with this bag with the molle pouches and bottom bag removed and it will fit as a carry-on in the overhead bin... barely. On my return flight I made a point to use the compression straps all the way around to tighten it up. I also noticed on some of the longer hikes, the waist band loosens up after a while. Not a deal killer, but a minor annoyance. I've also had to of the paracord laces on the zippers come off- easy to remedy, but again somewhat annoying.
Overall, this is killer deal for a quality bag. If you're looking for a BOB in your trunk or a weekend camping/ short hiking back, this would be hard to beat. I've loaded it out with a sleeping bag, bivy sack, clothes and all the essentials for a 3 day overnight trip and had room to spare. It's also easy to attach a rolled sleeping bad to the top using the existing straps.
- Rugged, quality materials
- Modular design is actually useful
- Hydration bladder fits well, despite the hole for the drinking tube being extremely snug
- Good value
- Not designed for prolonged hiking (heavier, lack of chest strap, frame and skimpy waist pads).
- Waist band loosens up frequently and paracord zipper laces come off easily
- 1 Dried Apple Fruit pouch
- 1 Mountain House Ice Cream Sandwhich
- 2 Backpackers Pantry Vegan main dish
- 2 MREs
- 2 Pair of Boxers
- 2 Pair of Shirts
- 2 Pair of Shorts
- 2 Pair of Socks
- 2 Mini Vaseline
- 2 Toothbrush w/ Toothpaste
- 3 Bandanas
- 3DS XL with Circle Pad Pro and Charger
- 5 Mayday Emergency Ponchos
- 12 AA Batteries
- A Bunch of Cotton Balls
- A Bunch of MRE side dishes and drinks
- A Deodorant Stick
- Adventure Medical Kits Survive Outdoors Longer Escape Bivvy
- CRKT Eat'N Tool Minimal Multi-Tool
- Deck of cards
- Dorcy Floating Waterproof LED Flashlight with Carabineer Clip (55-Lumens)
- Esbit 3-Piece Lightweight Anodized Aluminum Camping Cookset
- G1 Phone
- Himalaya Herbal Healthcare Neem & Pomegranate Toothpaste
- Light My Fire Titanium Spork Spoon Fork Knife
- Nail Clippers
- NAR Protection Kit
- Outdoor First Aid Kit (201 Pieces)
- Royal Crest Silver Star 15-Function Multi-Blade Knife Tool
- Sawyer Mini Water Filtration System
- Sol Survival Poncho
- Source Outdoors Widepack Hydration Reservoir System (3-Litre)
- Tac Force Tactical Assisted Opening Folding Knife
- Thermarest Compressible Pillow (Small)
Wow that was a lot to list! I might've forgotten a few stuff but too lazy to check... Guess what, even with all those items I listed up top there is STILL MORE ROOM TO PACK MORE STUFF. I'd highly recommend this backpack if you are willing to put its MOLLE attachments to good use!