5.11 RUSH24 Tactical Backpack Medium with 20 Compartments, MOLLE, SlickStick, Hydration Pocket, Comms Ready for Active Duty Military, Hunting, Recreation or Bug Out Bag, Style 58601, Double Tap
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- Ideal for recreational use or as an operational bug out bag
- Dual-zippered front and main compartments with molded grip pulls
- Multiple integrated organization pockets
- Built from high strength, water-repellant 1050D nylon (MultiCam: 1000D nylon)
- 23” H x 13.5” L x 8.5” D main compartment
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Admin panel loaded
Large front admin compartment and fleece line device pocket provides organization for all of your everyday essentials. Notebook, pen, flashlight, multi-tool, keys, cards, etc. - keep everything in its place.
Inside compartment loaded
Internal zippered mesh storage and elastic-topped compartments keep your gear organized and ready.
Molle/5.11 slickstick web platform
Rush Backpacks feature rugged Molle/Web platforms on the front and sides of the pack to attach pouches and other gear including other Rush packs using 5.11’s Rush Tier System.
Inside mesh pockets
The front panel features three separate zippered pockets. Dedicate each one to a specific purpose so your gear is always ready.
Side pocket loaded
The RUSH24 features two full-length side compartments with internal pockets that can also accommodate 1 liter water bottles.
Gadget pocket loaded
The top of the Rush24 features multi-functional utility pockets with mesh zippered compartments and a fleece-lined device pocket.
|5.11 Tactical Rush 24 Backpack||5.11 Tactical RUSH12 Backpack||5.11 Tactical Rush 72 Backpack||5.11 Tactical COVRT 18 Backpack|
|Features||24 hour / overnight backpack built for hard use. Comfortable yoke-style backpack straps.||Ideal for daily EDC and general hard use. Comfortable yoke-style backpack straps.||72 hour / multiple day backpack built for hard use. Comfortable yoke-style backpack straps and padded waistbelt.||Versatile daypack with built-in laptop compartment and hidden CCW capability|
|Capacity||2275 cu. In. / 37 liter||1476 cu. In. / 24 liter||3342 cu. In. / 55 liter||1841 cu. In. / 30 liter|
|Construction||Water-resistant 1050D Nylon||Water-resistant 1050D Nylon||Water-resistant 1050D Nylon||Water-resistant 1050D Nylon|
|Molle/5.11 SlickStick web platform exterior||✓||✓||✓||✓|
The right mindset, training and gear are what separate those who are ready and those who are not. Ready to help those in need, ready to protect and serve, and ready to crush goals. 5.11 embodies this mindset of preparedness. We make the gear for those individuals who are ready for any mission.
Our most popular tactical backpack, 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. Easily the best tactical backpack choice for a wide range of applications, the RUSH 24 combines superior mobility and enhanced storage with customizable functionality that excels in any environment.
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Okay so I purchased both the Rush 24 (left) and Rush 12 (right) and compared how each backpack would hold up during the day.
I commute 1 hour to my University and I have class from around 10am to 830pm.
I carry the following with me;
- 13in Macbook air / charger
- 4 notebooks
- 1 or 2 books
- 2 meals from home in plastic tupperware
- Calculator / pencils / pens
- 2 bottles of tea in glass bottles I drink for health reasons
- Flashlight / Paracord / Pocket knife
Now I did fit all that stuff in the Rush 12 besides the glass bottles, but it was extremely tight and I had no where to put my bottles which is an issue. It felt kind of strange on my back like it was almost too small and the rubber pads where rubbing on my back.
I put all that in the in the Rush 24 and I had a decent amount of room left over, maybe for a sweater or something else along those lines. The 24 is NOT THAT BIG. It's kinda big, but not obnoxious. I saw other students around campus had even bigger backpacks... **The rush 12 would be a great school backpack if you lived on campus or didn't bring your own lunches from home.**
Overall the build quality is great on both backpacks and seems like it will last a long time.
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.
I was a little concerned that it would be larger than needed, but the 24 seems only slightly larger than the Swiss bag. Like other reviewers, I tend to be very anal when it comes to packing for a trip, especially if I am headed across the pond for a week or two. The other reviews of the 24 sold me. I have had the bag about a week and love it. It has compartments in compartments in compartments! This is where the Swiss bag fell short. While it has several pockets, it wasn't enough to allow me to segregate my chargers, devices, notebooks, ID cards, extra clothes (I often check my roller board, so need one set of clothes JIC), rain gear, thumb drives, passport, blank I-95 forms, munchies, flashlight, etc, etc, etc.
It's currently loaded for domestic warm weather travel, so is almost empty by caparison to a winter trip to northern Europe.
BTW - I am combat arms vet and understand how a lot of what tactical pros (military, first responder, etc) are looking for in a bag. On weekend, a lot of office gear comes out and gets replaced with hiking and shooting gear.
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