5.11 Tactical Rush 72 Backpack
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- Large, external shove-it pocket, Top exterior crescent-shaped organization pocket, two exterior, side, gusseted zippered pockets
- 15D nylon with water-repellent PUx2 coating on main body, 21D 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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- 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!)
I did make one minor change to the bag. The zipper pulls throughout are black, which makes it difficult to find the zippers on the inside of the bag. I removed the black pull cords on all the inside zippers and replaced them with reflective yellow pulls made from 2.5mm cord. Big improvement, now you can open it up and instantly find the zipper pulls.
I intend to use the Rush 72 as my travel and camping bag. Among the features I like - just the right size, lots of organization in the pockets, fairly unobtrusive in black, when it isn't full it compresses down nicely. Like the other 5.11 tactical gear, it's well built and sturdy.Read more ›
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).Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I bought this to replace a Blackhawk bag that was stolen from my car. This bag has several pockets which is what I needed. I receive many compliments on this bag. Read morePublished 1 day ago by roberto suarez jr
This is the only bag for edc, bug out, tactical. 5 star's it is awesome people......Published 1 day ago by Amazon Customer
Here's my humble opinion: The bag has a ridiculous amount of space and organization ability and is the best tactical backpack I've ever used. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Amazon Customer
Zipper broke on the 30th day of ownership which means I can not return it or exchange it... I thought it would be a tougher bag but it's really an expensive book bag...Published 6 days ago by Amazon Customer
Great Bag, well built and has many pockets to organize all the crap I carry. I use this for every day and can carry my UA Dominate 24 oz. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Christopher Orlowski
This pack is well built and has tons of room. As a matter of it's easy to overload if your not careful. I have used it quite a bit and it has held up well so far for me. Read morePublished 12 days ago by Scott P.