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Price: $179.95
Product ID : 7710
Manufacturer: Elite Survival Systems
Weight: 4.00 lbs


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The Elite Survival Systems Mission Pack is an ideal 3-day survival backpack or regular bookbag, depending on the style you choose. Built to last of heavy-duty 1000 denier nylon, it has a large main compartment comprised of a divided zippered compartment and a hydration compartment. The Mission Pack Backpack has a large middle compartment with multiple dividers, pockets, and mesh compartments. On the front of the pack is a flat zippered pocket with MOLLE loops for attaching modular accessory pouches. Between the front zippered pouch and main compartment is a zippered pass-through compartment for tucking a jacket, etc. The pack has upper and lower compression straps to keep the cargo secure, and a vented back panel with s-shaped backpack straps. The Mission Pack Backpack has a non-slip carry handle for easy handling, and includes a detachable, hideaway, water-resistant rain cover. A truly unique design...

This item is available in Black or Coyote Tan.

Hydration reservoir, insulated tube, and bite-valve with cover are also installed if purchased as an option.

Main Dimensions: 22"H x 12"W x 10"D

Cubic Inches: 2625

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Reviewed by bradsubie86
09/26/2011 - 08:51:10 AM
Great product
I bought this backpack in 2007 as something to carry my stuff with me to work (because my USMC issued backpack was stolen). I have collected a lot of various military backpacks/rucksacks and find this one to be amazing. The only issue I had with it was I over expanded it with school books (when I got out of the Marines) and it put a unique strain on the backpack. The stitching came apart between the zipper and the pack. I called to ask how much it would be for the company to fix it and they said they'd do it for free except for the shipping cost to them.

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