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Condor Compact Assault Pack (small)
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- Total of four compartments: Main compartment: 18" x 10" x 5" with one zipper and one mesh pocket. 2nd compartment: 15" x 8" x 2". Front top compartment: 4" x 7" x 2.5". Front bottom compartment: 10" x 8" x 2.5". Hydration compatible.
- Small, compact day-pack.
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If you're looking for something a bit larger than a typical day pack, need something that's more sturdy than what you'd grab at Walmart/Target, and don't need a HUGE pack, I think this will do nicely, and it comes in a variety of colors. However I would not trust my life to this pack (i.e., if you're deploying overseas then I'd recommend a premium-quality bag like 5.11, Blackhawk, etc.)
This IS a great bag for the money and should hold up decently.
Currently the load out looks like this:
Quarter cube 1: Electronics(Chargers, cords, ear buds, mini surge protector w/ USB, Solar USB Charger, spare batteries)
Quarter cube 2: Hygiene (Normal stuff: Deodorant, toothbrush and paste, floss picks, Wet wipes, eye glass cleaning cloth, Q-Tips)
Quarter cube 3: Personal first aid kit (Bandaids, Medical Tape, 4x4s, latex gloves, Neosporin, OTC Pain relievers, Imodium, Spare prescription meds, alcohol preps, hand sanitizer)
Quarter cube 4: Cold weather (Gloves, toboggans for both agencies I work for, foil blanket)
Quarter cube 5: Get home survival gear (Purification tablets, lighter, matches, tender, battery operated AM/FM Radio, compass, whistle, thermometer)
Middle Compartment (Office Compartment): iPad, note pad, extra pen, disinfecting wipes, hand sanitizer, office pouch (envelopes, stamps, check book, pen)
Small Front Compartment (Food Pocket): varies... usually 3 Clif Bars, 4 or 5 drink powder packs or instant coffee packs, hard candies, and gum.
Larger front compartment (The "Work supplies" Compartment): Stethoscope, ALS guide, badges and cards for each agency.
Plenty of room still available.
The good first: it's made with quality materials and it's pretty spacious. Don't get me wrong, it is a small pack, but it is bigger than it looks. The design seems a little quirky the way the vertical strap is set up (the one on the front with a buckle) but it works well. I use it as a tagalong pack to accompany my main backpack (a Condor 3-day Assault) - it probably isn't roomy enough for an entire backpacking setup unless you were a serious ultralight sleeping in a bivvy bag, but it's more than enough if someone else (me) has the tent.
I like the internal organization. Of course you aren't required to sort your stuff, but I like keeping my gear organized and it's good that this pack gives you the option.
There were a few loose threads, typical of Condor, but nothing a small pair of scissors can't fix, and the seams are all finished nicely. No serious defects to the pouches
Some of the straps on this are a little weird. The way they tighten, you have to actually loop them back through the gliders for them to hold, because the gliders themselves don't seem to have teeth. That's actually why a lot of reviewers say the things won't hold tension: it's an unusual design and I would never have though to do it properly had I not seen it first. I have added a few pictures of this. It works; it's just weird. Not something you want to have to adjust in the field.
My other minor complaint is that the sternum strap could afford to be lower. I'm 6'1" and it feels a little weird where it is.Read more ›
There are two things that I have had an issue with:
** My only real complaint - The shoulder straps are attached by slide buckles at the top for adjust-ability. It took a while to get the right fit dialed in, and that's OK. The problem is that as I am hiking through the woods, the shoulder strap attachment slips. The shoulder strap is not fully padded. So when it slips you have the thin webbing pulling on your shoulder. This takes a while for this to happen. Hopefully after several more short trips, the webbing and buckle 'get trained' to stay in the original comfortable position.
** Minor issue - I will sew a key keeper/mitten hook to the inside one of the compartments to keep my keys secured inside the pack.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Condor makes good products, this bag is no exception. Bought it to take on vacation in New York, so my wife and I could carry our cameras or water. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Alex
Ok. Not the best. Feels cheap. Lasted several years with a few rips.Published 1 day ago by Spenser Hartman
This has been my EDC bag for months now (after trying the Maxpedition Jumbo Versipack for a year and finding it too small), and used it recently on an intense day hike. Read morePublished 10 days ago by Charles
Aside from a few minor mistakes with stitching this bag is great. It can be just as small or stuffed as you like due to the compression straps. I have had no issues with it so far. Read morePublished 12 days ago by Trutzel Trutt
Had this product for about a year now and i'm very pleased. No tears or broken zippers ... very sturdyPublished 17 days ago by stan
One of my favorite backpacks - I use it almost everyday and has held up VERY well!Published 20 days ago by IceMan
Fantastic product. Worked exactly as described. Shipping was fast. Packaged nicely. Great seller, great product.Published 22 days ago by cameron
durable duty pack. 2yr use @ ~5days per week. Still fully operable.Published 22 days ago by Solomon Shields
I've had this bag for about two years and it has served me well. I mainly used this as a "go" bag. Have class? Stuff it full of books. Going to the range? Read morePublished 22 days ago by Amazon Customer