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Condor Medium Assault Pack
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- External side compression straps to lock in and secure contents
- Double zipper pulls on all compartments for quick and easy access
- Heavyweight webbing over the entire pack
- Heavy-Duty carry and drag handle
- Compression molded back panel for maximum airflow
- Removable padded waist belt with addition webbing for attachments
- Total dimensions: 19" x 12" x 9"; 1846 cubic inches; 30 Liters
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Features: External side compression straps Heavy-Duty carry and drag handle Double zipper pulls on all compartment for easy access Heavy weight webbing over the entire pack(including the side waist band) for modular attachments Compression molded back panel Import
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Cons: the shoulder straps are not adjustable on the top and are very short, i am 6'0" 225 lbs and the pack does not hang well. would work for a smaller framed person but if you are large framed look for a pack with adjustable shoulder straps.
Overall this is a great deal, would compare to packs like 5.11 and others
The compartments are big enough to hold just about everything you'd need for a bug-out bag, unless you're planning on putting in the kitchen sink. If you need more space, like to be ultra organized, or want a few pouches for rapid deployment, the generous MOLLE along the sides, bottom and front will serve you well.
As for the MOLLE, I do have one complaint and that's the side MOLLE attachments. You only have two viable MOLLE rows as the others are sewn too close to the edge of the fabric to be used. I did get a little annoyed with this, but it did not hinder me from adding a water pack (I'll be replacing it with bladders soon) and a medical kit.
The zipper flaps were also a bit of an annoyance of mine, but I've grown use to them and they no longer bother me. They may bother you, however. The flaps often impede me from quickly closing the three compartments. So if you were planning to use this bag in a life-critical situations were seconds mattered getting out of someplace, you might consider taking them off. You can do so fairly easily with shears or a seam cutter.
The fit of the bag is great for me and adjusted easily. The chest restraint was a bit high initially but with some proper fitting it settled an inch above the nipple line and I'm okay with that. I stand 5'8" and weigh 185lbs and consider myself athletic in appearance. So if you're within 20lbs either way and 5 inches you should be okay with this pack. The waist belt sits a bit high on me as well, but it's within acceptable range of where it should that I don't see it being an issue if I start to bear heavier loads. The overall amount you'll be able to carry with this pack I doubt will warrant me being upset with the belt. Again, though, only time will tell.
All-in-all I think this bag is a great bag to make a bug-out bag from as well as a hiking bag. I don't think it's the greatest and there are definitely better out there, but I feel for the cost it is definitely the best in its class and price range. I only wish I'd purchased it last year when it was about $15 cheaper.
TIP: If you plan to add MOLLE attachments to the sides of the bag, weave the compression straps under the MOLLE or you'll successfully negate their compression ability.
However, I would like to question the state it arrived in. For some reason, even though it was in a plastic bag and has a tag to indicate it's suppose to be new, I somehow found a pair of well-worn flip flops and a random key in the bag itself. That said, this made me wonder whether this is legitimate brand new or just from a third party, since I was pretty sure that this is suppose to be from the company itself.
Either way, I'll give this bag a couple of days before I give a legit review, after I throw it through the washer and dryer to ensure it's clean, but I would like to give a heads up that I was utterly confused about what the hell was with the stuff in my bag.
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