SOG Barrage Tactical Internal Frame Backpack, 64.3-Liter Storage
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- Extra-large military-style tactical backpack with internal frame for optimal stability; extra-large main compartment great for multi-day packouts
- Carries comfortably on your shoulders with yoke-style adjustable, padded straps and adjustable sternum slider; padded waist belt helps support heavy loads
- Tactical features include MOLLE webbing for attaching a variety of optional accessories; tubing ports for accessing hydration bladder pocket (reservoir sold separately)
- Hook-and-loop are on front of pack for attaching a flag patch; top soft-lined pocket for eyeglasses and electronic devices
- Measures 13.1 x 21.6 x 8.7 inches (WxHxD) with 64.3-liter capacity; backed by lifetime manufacturer’s warranty
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SOG Barrage Tactical Internal Frame Pack
- 1000 denier nylon
- Reinforced stitching
- Capacity 5,595 cu in
- 4"(L) x 14"(W) x 22"(H)
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3 Day Assault Pack
The SOG Barrage is equipped with MOLLE lash points for gear attachment, a front organizer pocket and 2 zippered side pockets. Inside the main compartment you have multiple zippered mesh pockets and a drawstring bag to separate gear from dirty clothes. Expandable stash pocket is handy for stowing tarps or boots; pocket also cinches snugly against the main pack to create a clean exterior.
Stowaway back panel is hydration compatible and the zippered compartment houses the suspension system, adding strength and a comfortable carry.
Great for hiking and hauling out to tactical adventures, the SOG Barrage Internal Frame Backpack keeps you organized with an extra-large main compartment, MOLLE webbing for attaching accessories, and hydration pack access (reservoir sold separately). Large enough for a multi-day packout, this 64.3-liter military-style backpack features a top-front zippered stash pocket, two left and right side pockets, and a soft-lined pocket at the top for eyeglasses and electronic devices.
Designed with your comfort in mind, the Barrage features yoke-style adjustable, padded shoulder straps, an adjustable sternum slider for added security and comfort, padded waist belt with quick-release buckle for supporting heavy loads, and pads on the back for added comfort.
When you need to carry more gear, the Barrage has you covered with side compression straps, bottom lashing loops, and heavy-duty MOLLE webbing for attaching a variety of optional pouches, accessories, and modular tactical gear.
You'll be able to quench your thirst wherever you roam with a hydration bladder pocket featuring left and right tubing ports for easy access to H2O (hydration reservoir sold separately; fits up to 2-liter bladder).
Other features include durable water repellent construction, a single internal aluminum stay, hook-and-loop patch on the front for added customization, top carry handle, and dual bottom grommet drainage holes to help keep water from pooling around your gear.
- Dimensions – 13.1 x 21.6 x 8.7 inches (WxHxD)
- Storage Capacity (Volume) – 64.3 liters (3,924 cubic inches)
- Weight – 4.31 pounds
This product is backed by a manufacturer's lifetime warranty against defects in materials and workmanship (applies when product has been used for the purpose intended and under normal conditions).
SOG backpacks, hydration packs, and bags match the uncompromising style and performance of its celebrated folding knives and multi-tools, which have become prized by military, law enforcement, and everyday users looking for outdoor gear of the highest quality, distinction, and value.
Color: Clay Brown
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Then, the bottom of the pack below the "plastic shaping sheet", is such that hard items placed in the lowest portion of the main compartment chafe and dig into my low back and butt - adding to the pain caused but the "stay" digging into my spine. So I took additional pieces of a cut up sleeping pad to line the bottom of the main compartment. OBTW, that sleeping pad I cut up was not free.
Now that those two problems were reduced, I quickly found that the two side pockets were not readily accessible due to the upper compression straps. The image in the ad shows the upper compression straps being located above the side compartments. On mine, the straps go directly over the upper part of the side compartments and cause deformation and crushing of the side compartment and zippers. In order to access the side compartments, I must undue the compression straps, reshape the zippers and side compartments so the zippers actually work, and then carefully operate the zippers so as not to damage them. Crazy, poor design, or maybe just mine was defective.
The waist strap is a ridiculously thin and overly flexible 1-3/8" wide strap! When used, it folds onto itself and digs into my gut. Most waist straps are much wider and made of materials that hold their shape better. The ends of the waist straps are sewn directly to the hip pads. I'm surprised they haven't torn away yet. The hip pads themselves seem to be made with closed cell foam padding. The hip pads flex and become useless under heavier loads.
Moving on to the buckles. All of the plastic buckles are easily fouled by sand and become difficult to operate, opening or closing. I have never seen anything like in decades of using the plastic buckles.
And finally, do not load it heavy! It is great for seasonal clothing and the basics, but add too much food and water, and it is a miserable pack to carry. When loaded too heavy, it sags, shifts, loses shape, becomes very uncomfortable, and I find myself continually readjusting the pack on my back.
Having said all that, I still use it for regular days hikes. Maybe twenty days trips in all so far. Due to its larger size, it holds plenty of light weight clothing for colder temperatures. I love the large number of sewn in compartments for organizing the small stuff. My favorite is the sun glass pouch with the soft liner. And I love its larger size!
Just keep your loads LIGHT!
APRIL 2017 UPDATE. I bought this pack for around $85, I see they are now $51. Interesting. Anyway, all of the deficiencies I pointed out in the original review still hold true, especially my dissatisfaction with the narrow waist strap and the fact it loses form with modestly heavy loads. It drives my crazy. BUT, I now have roughly 56 day hikes with this pack (3 to 8 hours each). And it has been through some use that extends into the abusive category. Deep down I'm trying to destroy it so I can justify getting a new pack, but it won't die! Hehe. And despite that, it is holding up very nicely indeed. Not one failure. So I raised my rating from a three to a four. FYI, at $51 it's a steal, despite the shortcomings. But honestly, I can't wait to get something else, unless the shortfalls are improved in which case I'ld absolutely get another - or more.
- The bag opens all the way like a luggage. This allows for better packing and greater access to packed items without having to reorganize the whole bag.
- Plenty of small storage pockets. The main compartment has several small pockets that allow for more compartmentalized packing. The secondary pocket also has many small pockets for all those little items.
- The material is thick nylon. The outside material is the same as the standard issue military ACU belts. It can take some abuse, though I have only had it for a year with weekly mild use.
- Well placed compression straps. The 4 compression straps are angled and allow for the bag to be compressed when not full, because of the angle they do a better job at this than if they were straight on.
- MOLLE type straps throughout. The straps are all over this thing which allows for a great deal of customization/expansion as needed.
- Open air vents. At the bottom of the bag are two vents for air flow which is nice. Unfortunately there is no mess covering over the vent which allows for more water and debris to get into the main compartment. I was able to cut and glue a small mess over both holes with great effect.
- Cheap inside material. The non-mess pockets in the main and secondary compartments are made of thin nylon that can be cut and torn rather easily. Though this depends more on how you pack and unpack.
- Light support. The biggest complaint is regarding the support. The internal frame is straight and is more for shape than support. There are well placed pads on the back though they are very lightly padded and offer little support when fully loaded.The lack of padding is also seen on the hip strap.
- Plastic buckles. The buckles on the bag are plastic, though so far no issues. Being plastic they are not as durable as more heavy duty bags with metal buckles.
If you are looking for long hiking trips the lack of support and all weather cover would make this a less desirable choice. For all other situations, travel, weekend trips, school, and day trips this would be a great bag.