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- 14" high
- 20" wide
- Made of highest quality material
- Manufacturer: Red Rock Outdoor Gear
- Red rock gear large assault pack ACU Camo
- Reinforced carry handle
- Mesh ventilated padded back panel with Velcro top closure
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The Large Assault Pack is the larger version of our popular Assault Pack. This pack has four expanding compartments that provide up to 35 liters of storage. Internal dividers and zippered pockets are built in the three largest compartments. The mesh padded back panel can hold up to a 2.5 liter hydration bladder (bladder not included). Reinforced contoured shoulder straps are constructed with mesh padding and are also fully adjustable. An adjustable waist strap and sternum strap evenly distribute the weight of the load. MOLLE webbing straps armour this bag with points for customization making it the perfect base for a Bug-out or 3-Day pack.
- Product Dimensions: 11 x 20 x 14 inches
- Shipping Weight: 3.1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B0088QM8Y4
- Item model number: 9005428
- Date first available at Amazon.com: June 4, 2012
- Average Customer Review:
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For context, I like larger packs for hauling around the tons of stuff I need throughout a typical NYC day. Clothes, laptop, books. Nothing crazy at all.
Six months after I received it, the waterproofing inside began to peel away. There's now none left at the top, and it continues to peel away down the sides, inside the bag. So anytime I take things out of the bag, large flakes of plastic liner go fluttering to the ground. (See photo.)
Two months later, a molle strap on the shoulder strap broke, even though I've never used the molle system for anything. (See photo.)
A month later, a strap holding a side buckle broke, even though I've never has to use the straps to adjust the bag. (See photo.)
And then, 10 months after I received the pack, a giant freakin' gaping 5" hole where the shoulder strap attaches to the bag. The fabric itself has shredded. Since it's right where the shoulder strap connects, everytime I put it on that hole just gets bigger and bigger. (See photo.)
I'm not treating this pack any differently than any other pack I've owned. Even the cheapest Jansport from Kmart lasted longer than a year without this litany of problems. And I'm just an urbanite hauling gym clothes and lunch around. I could understand if the pack was holding anything substantial.
It's too bad, because it really was comfortable. Lesson learned: no more Red Rock gear.
My one one complaint is mostly due to my own error. I was looking for a large pack, like a 72 hour pack, and had several tabs open in my browser. I saw that the description said "Large" and did look at the measurements but it did not seem to click. When this pack arrived it was really quite small for my purposes but I have now made it work and it will last me for a lonf time since it will be used for light traveling.
I use it for a work/EDC bag. It is big enough to carry what I need on a daily basis with plenty of room to spare. It can fit my 15 inch laptop in the main pouch pretty well with my planner and paperwork I have for work in the mess pocket on the inside.
It has a second zipper pocket that is much smaller but still good size that I carry some random stuff in but has a pocket inside that is PERFECT fit for my tablet that I carry pretty regularly.
Outside pockets are great. I use the small one on top to carry stuff that I need really quick like meds and keys. Bigger pocket is good for carry slightly bigger stuff that you need quickly like phone and snacks or whatever floats your boat.
MOLLE on the on the outside is nice amount without looking overly tacky. I like having the options on the outside without it being covered with MOLLE. I have a media pouch on the outside that I use to carry my ipod on outside mainly because I had it on the sling bag and just continued using it on my new bag. I also use it for carrying a pocket knife and tactical pen for easy access.
It does have a pocket for a hydration pack but I have not tried it out as of yet but seems to be alright.
All in all, I love this bag. This is my second bag that I have purchased from Red Rock and they have both be great bags.