Maxpedition Falcon-II Backpack
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The Falcon II Backpack is the quintessential Maxpedition product: Durable, ergonomic, and intelligently designed. This medium bodied pack is thoroughly constructed with 1050-Denier water & abrasion resistant nylon; yet its ergonomic shape, padded shoulder straps and sturdy sternum & waist support make it an absolute delight to wear.
Further examination will reveal that the Falcon II has layered independent compartments with more pockets, pouches and PALS attachment points than most backpacks twice its size. Pull the dual-directional YKK zippers and expand the main compartment into a full clamshell opening. You'll find that the Falcon II is surprisingly spacious with room to accommodate your camping essentials and two (2) 100oz/3L water reservoirs. Pack it up and press it down with front & side compression straps, then head out on a hike or overnight with a premium Maxpedition backpack.
About Maxpedition Backpacks
Maxpedition Backpacks are built for hauling gear and ergonomically designed to never drag you down. Curvaceous, foam-padded double shoulder straps contour to your chest and a sternum suspension belt helps distribute weight evenly throughout your upper body, so you can carry a load without falling behind.
Made with high quality nylon stitching, self-repairing YKK zippers and a durable water-resistant exterior; Maxpedition Backpacks have multiple compartments and pockets and offer plenty of space for mission essentials, camping gear, hydration reservoirs, laptops, textbooks and CCW.
- Approx. 10"(L) x 19"(H) x 8.5"(W)
- Main compartment approx. 9.5"(L) x 18"(H) x 5"(W)
- Capacity approx. 1520 cu. inches
- 1050-Denier water and abrasion resistant light-weight ballistic nylon fabric
- Teflon fabric protector for grime resistance and easy maintenance
- High strength zippers and zipper tracks
- Stress points double stitched, Bartacked or "Box-and-X" stitched for added strength
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Very Sturdy and durable, will never let you down.
Was looking for a good pack I can use from school to hiking to sneaking around to the zombie apocalypse. It looks alot smaller than it actually is. Although the dimensions are listed so if you give a bad review based on size youre ******* stupid. Also the Falcon 3 is slightly bigger so for a little more dough you can upgrade. Id recommend getting the falcon 3 instead just for the extra size. You never know what you will need in an apocalypse
Only Con is its verrrrrrry noisy. Like I have a cloth rucksack kinda like the one joel has in the last of us and its relatively quiet. I can move about and crouch and take on/off the pack and get an item with very little noise. Its hard to do that with the falcon 2. Since its so stiff it doesnt move without making noise and the extra straps and buckles make lots of noise. You cant leave them undone as to allow easy access to something without the buckles jingling around likes its santas freakin sleigh. What I plan on doing is keep my rucksack rolled up in the bottom with my survival gear inside and if at any point i need to be as quiet as possible i can hide the falcon 2 and get my rucksack out. I have a quiver that I wear underneath whatever pack im wearing and it also makes more noise when it rubs against the pack compared to the rucksack. I just need to get used to it and ill be able to move to avoid creating to much noise.
All in all if you are looking for a backpack to use for everyday and to last more than a year *cough jansport cough* I highly recommend. If youre looking for a backpack you want to rely on and have your back when the walking dead are after you I also recommend. I will never ever have to worry about this thing falling apart.
I've been using this pack for day hikes and weekend trips. It's comfortable to wear and balances well, and its narrow profile makes it easier to move with than a wider pack. It easily holds my poncho and blanket, plus water and food and cooking gear. I still have plenty of room for other items like clothes, hatchet, flashlight, toiletries, first-aid kit, etc. Overall, I think this is a great pack and I highly recommend it.
I've taken quite long whether to get Falcon-II or III and I actually wanted to get one in camo from Magforce but I gave up camo because I thought it would not match what I wear sometimes (my wife also agreed) . Im now happy with black. Choosing either Falcon-II or III was tough but I chose the lighter one since 90% of use would be home, work, and gym. However it also seems perfect for a weekend getaway as well. My macbook pro 15" fits good into the main compartment and the bag enables me to organize all of my stuff. I think Maxpedition Falcon is one of the best backpacks in the market and thanks to the seller for an amazing price.
A WEAK POINT: it raises a nap pretty much when u wear it on a fleece kind of top and it gets stuck onto the backpack a lot! This is quite annoying since I have lots of fleece jackets.
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