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5.11 Tactical RUSH Moab 10
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- Includes 5.11s Tier System - attaches to RUSH backpacks
- Ambidextrous cross-body shoulder strap system
- Concealed Back-Up Belt System pistol compartment
- Coms pocket with pass-through for mic/earbuds
- Hydration pocket (1.5ltr) with pass-through port
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MOAB stands for Mobile Operation Attachment Bag and with the new Tier System (included on the MOAB 10 and 6 and sold separately) can rapidly connect/disconnect to any of our RUSH series of packs, DC Roller and bags with web platform. The MOAB's include similar features from our RUSH series of packs, including a top-access fleece-lined, non-scratching sunglass pocket, internal and external organizing pockets, key chain fobs, front and side web platform, flag and name tape Velcro, carry handle and hydration pouch compatibility. In addition, the MOAB 10 includes a tech pocket on the shoulder strap with an ear-bud eyelet pass-through, great for a small radio or smart phone.
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The bag has a cool design concept. It is made of material that seems extremely durable. The zippers are robust. There are so many interior pockets of all shapes and sizes, I cannot imagine anyone using all of them, but I can imagine everyone using some of them. The coolest thing is the hidden compartment for CCW. There is a hydration holes and compartment. There is a large main compartment and a handy secondary compartment. Think rain gear and water bottles not overnight use. The padded sunglass zipper is nice and the phone compartment on the strap is handy. I really liked the molle style webbing, you can attach a water bottle holder or whatever.
As others have stated if you put any kind of weight in this you will notice it digging in a bit on your neck. This may be different to different shaped people though. I kept it light mostly medical and clothes. So it was not really and issue.
So why the one star?
After using this bag maybe 10 times total, I was walking on a trail and the main strap just broke completely off and the bag crashed to the ground behind me. Now I did not have a CCW in there, but it is unlikely you will want your weapon dropped. Or if you were riding a motorcycle, this could have caused an accident on a freeway.
So what went wrong? The main strap which is the only strap since it is a sling style bag, ripped off where the bottom webbing attaches. You can clearly see that it was only sewn on with a few stitches of thread. This area should be super reinforced, since it is the main strap. Mine had about 4 stitches in it.
Product defects happen - one star seems harsh you say!
Customer service was terrible! I feel like there is no integrity of the products.
So I emailed 5.11 the same day with no response. I called the next day and was told that they would email me a return label and replace the pack with a new one. Instead I get an email asking for photos of the damage. So I take and send the photos.
Then I get an email saying the want to see if they can repair the bag in-house instead of replace it. I figure if the person who sewed my bag was lazy with one part they may have goofed up other parts too. So I would rather have a new one - but they insist. Now they have to check with a repair person to see if it can be repaired.
Then I get emailed by another rep who is shocked this could have happened, claims it is because I overloaded it and also wants me to email them photos and wants to know the weight of what I was carrying. It is still packed the same way it was so I drop it on my digital scale and it is a whopping 10lbs including the bad weight. I send her more photos and the weight she requested.
Another day passes and I reach out again and they say they will replace the bag.
Now it has been a week and I get an email saying they want to repair the bag, not replace the bag. So I have to box it up and send it off. The email reads it will take 3-4 weeks.
It should not take an entire week to process a return or in this case an unwanted repair - but it did.
So today it is boxed and on its way. Whether it comes back I honestly do not care anymore. I feel the bag can never be trusted not to break and the customer service was so poor, I have lost interest in 5.11 products - which is a shame because I was looking forward to buying the Rush 24 and the double rifle bag they offer, but now not so much.... (Except for their boxer briefs - those are outstanding!)
My only gripe is more due to me and how I use packs, not a flaw of the pack itself. The Rush 10 is big enough to load up beyond what I find comfortable for a single strap pack for any long distance haul. If you add molle pouches, this can start reaching capacity and weight of a full on ruck sack. At that point, as padded as it may be, still puts all the weight on one shoulder.
If you like single strap packs, I'd bet you'd be hard pressed to find a better pack. But if you, like me, cannot find the discipline to not bring everything and the kitchen sink, you may find the pack will hold the load fine and your single shoulder will not.
I actually use this as my EDC, and carry a decent amount of gear within.
The only thing I have yet to figure out is how to properly run with this bag on. I will usually just reach back and hold it against my stern, but still get a degree of hard bounce from it.
Otherwise, love the bag. It fits comfortably, and is padded enough to not wear on the back or shoulders. There is a ton of pockets on the front and sides, and inside the main pouch. The quality is great, with superior stitching forming around the bag, and holding it together tightly. I have had no fraying or loose stitches, after carrying for a good six months.
Unlike many sling bags, this bag lacks a waist stabilizing strap, but it does have two straps for right and left shoulder. This means, when I'm using left shoulder strap, right shoulder strap can be modified to be a waist stabilizing strap.
This bag came with 5.11 Tier System (4 sets of short straps and buckles), which could have been used as a modification to make the waist stabilizing strap, but 5.11 Tier System buckle is 25mm in width (aka width of MOLLE system), while shoulder strap is 38mm in width; 5.11 Tier System is too small for shoulder strap.
Long story short, if you want to make a waist stabilizing strap that is a perfect fit, you have to spend extra $5~10 to buy extra buckles and that is why I only gave 4 stars.
Like I said, this bag is perfect for my need; carrying 1 thick textbook, 2~3 notebooks, a slim laptop, and small EDC items (wallet, Kindle, key, pen/pencils, calculator, earphones, smartphone, extra pair of glasses, etc.)
This bag also shines as a DSLR camera bag. The sling style makes it perfect for easy to access different lenses while not being too cumbersome like a messenger type bag.
So far, this bag has no problem. Hoping that paying above average for this bag will payoff in the long run
As to the bag, I think it rides along the border between tactical looking and the "grey man" look (I got double tap color, but I think if you got a different color it'll look more tactical), with my bag falling into the gray man appearance zone. It looks and feels like a high quality product. It'll be functioning as an in-between as my EDC/get-home-bag, and I think it's the perfect size for an urban environment or for a day hike activity. I plan on adding some attachments (like a water bottle holder) and some patches, so it'll be a fun, customization project in the near future to add to an already awesome bag. Only thing I could see a problem with is if you over pack the bag it may eventually cause your shoulder to become tired. Solution? Don't over pack it.