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- Nylon lining
- Zipper closure
- Tactical Backpack RUSH72 features military bag design, built from high strength, water-repellant rucksack made with 1000D nylon; 3342 cubic inch / 55 liter total capacity
- This MOLLE military style tactical backpack is ready for patrol. Dual-zippered front and main compartments with glove friendly molded grip pulls. admin organization pocket to store maps, pens and documents.
- This heavy duty large military backpack features a front pocket - 15.5 x 11.5 x 2 inch, main compartment - 23 H x 13.5 L x 8.5 inches, hydration pocket -21 x 13.5 inches, left and right side pockets - 16.5 x 6 x 1.75 inch
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RUSH72 BACKPACK 55L
Style# 58602 Tactical Backpack
The RUSH72 is engineered to be a full featured 72 hour bag that provides ample space for gear and accessories while remaining rugged and reliable enough for extended excursions or tactical deployments. Compatible with 5.11 Tier System , and the Rush Tier Rifle Sleeve , the pack features unmatched storage capability, a wrap-around MOLLE and SlickStick-compatible web platform, adjustable shoulder and sternum straps, a 60-oz. hydration pocket, and durable, water-resistant construction.
- Main: 23” H x 13.5” L x 8.5”. Front pocket: 15.5” x 11.5” x 2”. Hydration pocket: 21” x 13.5”. Side Pockets: 16.5” x 6” x 1.75”. Total Capacity: 3342 cubic inch / 55 liter. Weight - 5.5 lbs.
- Ideal for recreational use or as an operational bug out bag with Dual-zippered front and main compartments with molded grip pulls
- Built from high strength, water-repellant 1050D nylon (MultiCam: 1000D nylon)
- Fleece-lined sunglass pocket with Cinching waist strap and dual compression straps and Contour yoke system with grab and go handle
- Integrated drainage grommet that's Compatible with 5.11 Tier System
- Multiple integrated organization pockets with Admin organization pocket to store maps, pens, and documents
- Internal hydration compartment with hangers and toggles with Adjustable dual density closed-cell foam shoulder straps
- Rugged, self-healing YKK zipper hardware and 5.11’s signature Centerline design to Customize your bag with purpose-built pouches
RUSH72 BACKPACK 55L Unique Features
RUSH72 BACKPACK 55L in Action
The RUSH72 is engineered to be a full featured 72 hour bag that provides ample space for gear and accessories while remaining rugged and reliable enough for extended excursions or tactical deployments.
- Product Dimensions : 1 x 16.6 x 1 inches
- Item model number : 5-58602-026-1SZ-P
- Department : Unisex-adult
- Date First Available : May 31, 2011
- Manufacturer : 5.11
- ASIN : B00YX7R0M2
- Customer Reviews:
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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.
UPDATE as of 4/1/16: Have stuffed this bag with gear to test capacity/ease of use. I dislike the bag more and more as I use it. It's just not well built at all. MOLLE attachment loops don't feel or look like they are going to hold out very long. Side bags aren't designed right, if you have the inside full you loose capacity on the outer bags. Waist strap is not for real, its added for looks only. In fact the whole bag is really for looks only. Do not trust this thing with your life.
Now this is a backpack with at least 45 L storage capacity. This is also the only backpack that I ever bought that could store as much as advertised. Most backpacks on Amazon's storage is at least 30% below advertised when it comes to backpacks under 50$. The compartment bulges outwards so that when the main compartment is filled, the side/secondary compartments can still store things.
I can be very rough with it and not worry about breaking/ripping anything (other than the contents). I was very impressed with the zippers. Most bags I own, the zippers are the first to fail. The stitching is very solid. I did not find a single fray even after months of using.
The design is both smart and versatile. It's obvious that it's designed by someone that does pretty extreme hikes while needing to carry heavy and awkward shaped things. Being able to stuff things between the admin panel and the main compartment is proven to be very useful. It also holds things very well.
If I had to be super picky and make a list of cons, here they are but I think it's asking a lot:
Make colors/designs that don't scream "military". Taking this into the city draws a lot of attention. I went with the Double Tap color since it's the least military looking.
Offer rain cover attachments specifically for this bag. Also helps blend in by covering it up.
Make the zipper-end clips swap-able or designed in a way where I can change the zipper paracord easily. I struggle to open my bag in the dark.
Top reviews from other countries
I needed a bigger ruck sack as my 35/40 Lt Kombat pack was getting crowded when I needed the space most. So, I began my trawl on Amazon; looking for another black ruck; spotted the Rush 72 and loved the tactical and complex look of it but was put off by hefty price tag.
Did more research on Amazon and You Tube and after all my computations came right back to the Rush-72. Bit said bullet and purchased one. It arrived in a plastic bag and even in that the 72 looked ‘The bomb’ (I’ve never seen so much 1000D Nylon in one place) the R72 is a quality ruck, that shouts strength – especially in the Neutron Star Black (my name for it) I’d prefer the 1050D as I found pack not as heavy as some reviewers have stated.
The specs: five external pockets, and about ten internal pockets and pouches; plenty of room for inventive organizing. I would have preferred some internal crush straps to stop contents from moving around when pack is only half filled. The front flap has well-arranged organizer in it for loads of bits and bobs – very easy to see where you’ve put stuff; actually, all of the external pockets have pockets within them – cool.
The rep: Comfort-wise the main straps are wonderful, really very comfortable even with heavy loads, in fact this is not only the most comfortable rucksack I have (also have high-end Oakleys) but it just feels so good on the back; and looks good too; nice smooth profile and does not look liked cardboard box while you’re wearing it. Lots of admiring to envious glances (you can tell by the silences from people standing behind you). I never thought I’d needed a 55Ltr pack; but now I have one; it easily houses my folder, books, lunch boxes, coat with enough room for laptop and extra pair of shoes. So, despite the slight sting in the price; if you need to carry all this 21st century crud we all seem to need this is a bloody good way to do it; if you can’t afford it don’t stretch, if you can get it you won’t regret. Highly recommended.
Really a big but beautiful bag (a con?)
No internal crush straps
Should have a tougher base material for resting on ground.
Big price – seek cheaper alternative if you can, but still well worth it if you get it.
Too many features to comment on without boring the reader!
Conflicting info on 5.11 website as compared to other sites regarding the overall carrying capacity; some say 43.5 Ltr main compartment capacity and others 55 Ltr over all carrying capacity.
Strong military look – might attract unwanted attention.
Very good looking tactical sack; good profile, giving wearer strong military look.
Other packs from 5.11 company can be attached to it.
Tough material, hardwearing and long lasting.
Light for its size.
Good organization possibilities with plenty of external and internal pockets.
External crush strapping to shape load.
If shoulder straps are fully extended, the waist strap WILL SIT ON YOUR HIPS so load rests on your hips making heavy loads even more comfortable to carry.
Molle strap system on most surfaces of pack to attach additional pouches and pockets to increase above 55 Ltr carrying capacity.
Long side pockets will hold 2 Ltr bottles.
All black is awesome
That’s enough go buy one!
It was a tough decision for me between this and a Camelbak, but for being over £100 cheaper it doesn't suffer from poor quality at all. I mean I throw this thing about and it's holding up great. 5/5 would recommend.
What impresses me most about this model line is the robustness and the many compartments and pockets, which allows me to keep track of all my equipment. Although the weight of this range is significantly higher than normal backpacks and the carrying system is a little limited by the padding and air supply options, but overall I am absolutely convinced of both backpacks - the Tactical Rush 12 and the Tactical Rush 72.
It features a large internal compartment with several pockets and compartments of various types allowing for neat and efficient organisation of your equipment. A medium sized compartment at the front contains even more pouches and pockets and is easier to access as you do not have to undo the compression straps before opening. A small compartment above this is ideal for items you want quick access to - I keep my first aid supplies in this and is perfectly sized.
A sturdy grab-handle on top with a small compartment near it for sunglasses etc. There is a compartment for a water bladder at the back, which I've also occasionally used to store my 17-inch laptop which fits it neatly.
Two large side pouches are great for water bottles/large knife/folding saw etc. and I've found these to be one of the more useful features of this bag.
Shoulder straps are very, very comfortable even when bag is fully loaded. Sternum strap and waist straps are also very comfortable. All straps are fully adjustable, and the waist straps can be folded away into side pockets when not in use. The padding at your back is also very comfortable, and there are 2 small patches of rubber(?) at the base which grips your lower back and stops it sliding from side to side while walking.
Molle webbing throughout, including on side side pouches and shoulder straps. The compression straps are also extremely useful for balancing the load and keeping everything secure. When the compression straps are unbuckled, the front segment of the bag falls forward. This allows you to store unusually shaped or large items between the front and back sections, which can be held in place using the compression straps (for example a helmet)or as a stuff-it compartment. This could be useful to many people, but does have a disadvantage in that in order to access the main compartment of the pack you must first undo the compression straps. In so doing, the front part will fall forward, which in turn topples the entire bag forward. This means that you cannot access most items in the main compartment while the bag is in an upright position and therefore must be laid flat first. Not a big problem but can become quite irritating. I'm considering tying the front and back segments together (probably using the molle webbing though not sure if this will help matters).
Some other info and technical specs for those interested:
- Rain-fly over the zippers to help keep the rain out
- Compatible with the MOAB tier-system
- knotted pull cords on zips
- attachment/lashing points on the bootom of bag
- Top quality 1050D nylon with water-repellent PUx2 coating on main body
- YKK self-repairing zippers