- Product Dimensions: 15 x 8 x 23 inches ; 4 pounds
- Shipping Weight: 5.3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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- ASIN: B0019MPNNC
- Item model number: 58602-019
- Average Customer Review: 878 customer reviews
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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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Sized for a three-day excursion, the RUSH 72 Backpacks is loaded with the features operators need and want. Designed by special operations combat veteran, Kyle Lamb of VTAC, these backpacks come with two large compartments and a compression strap system that allows expandability depending upon how much gear you carry. The front section of the pack includes an organizer panel with two zippered mesh compartments; a large zippered pocket, a key fob and radio/magazine pockets with hook and loop straps. The main compartment has three mesh zippered pockets and a separate large cinch pocket. There are two full-length side pockets that can handle a variety of different items including large water bottles. The top of the backpack has a separate fleece lined eyeglass pocket and a smaller external zippered gear pocket. We've added molle-compatible webbing to the front and side of the pack, allowing you to attach a host of different 5.11's SlickStick accessory pouches. The padded shoulder straps also have molle-compatible webbing along with an adjustable sternum strap. The padded waist straps can be stowed away in hidden pockets and the padded back allows ventilation for those long hikes. We've also included a reinforced hydration pocket that allows you to add a hydration bladder for immediate access to water. We finished the pack off with a heavy-duty, nylon carry handle at the top. Constructed of water-resistant 1050-denier nylon, this pack is built to last. We use quality YKK zippers throughout and our high-impact plastic clips remain stable in all temperatures. We've added elastic keepers to secure the ends of all straps. Once you've got the pack adjusted to your size, you'll be able to secure the ends of all straps with these elastic keepers.
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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. PALS webbing on the outside is handy for attaching stuff.
I have a separate 70 liter backpack that I take backpacking. Some have noted that the Rush 72 is a bit heavy. It's tactical gear, not backpacking gear. A real backpack has better load bearing, more space and a better hip belt.