Condor Urban Go Pack
The Condor Urban Go Pack features a padded laptop sleeve that will fit up to 15.40" laptop and plenty of pockets for all your accessories.
- Main compartment with document sleeve and mesh pocket
- Quick access gadget pocket
- Top front compartment with mesh pockets for other utilities/peripherals
- Two side pockets for power supply, Nalgene bottles, etc.
- Heavy weight webbing for modular attachments
- Padded backing w/mesh reinforcement for airflow
- Detachable padded waist belt
- Sternum strap
- Side compression straps
- Grommets on all compartments
- NTOA Approved
- MAIN COMPARTMENT DIMENSIONS: 18.00" x 12.00" x 7.00"
- TOP FRONT COMPARTMENT DIMENSIONS: 8.00" x 8.00" x 2.50"
- BOTTOM FRONT COMPARTMENT: 6.00" x 12.00" x 2.50"
- SIDE COMPARTMENT DIMENSIONS: 11.50" x 5.00" x 1.50"
COLORS: Black, Coyote Tan, Multicam or Olive Drab
Still Going Strong A Few Years Later
Posted by Edilberto
Like the title says, i've had this pack for a few years know. I've used it to hike in different conditions, it's very sturdy, it holds a decent amount of weight without feeling uncomfortable. Capacity-wise, it's amazing. I'm a big guy, 6'2, 250lbs, so my clothes are big. That being said, i've been able to put 4-5 days worth of clothes into it with no problems. My one complaint is the compression straps broke off in less than a month, I never used them so I never missed them, but they just straight up fell off, like they were tacked on last minute. Aside from the compression straps, the build is solid, 15 inch laptop fits nice and snug, wouldn't try a larger one cause you might rip something. You can't beat this pack for the price and versatility.
Great Product, Worth The Money
Posted by Octavio
This product is such a good price compared to some bases ive been that sells them. Quality is excellent allows me to fit first aid kit and small bug out items along with being a school and go bag wherever I go. Material feels durable and holds up great, I take it with me almost everywhere, cant go wrong with this.
Not A Bad Pack, A Few Minor Gripes
Posted by Roger
I've been using this bag in civilian capacity for the past few months. It is solidly constructed and thoughtfully designed, with one minor exception (more on that later.) The laptop pocket is great, but do take note of the size mentioned in the description if you will be using it for this purpose: my 17-inch screen laptop does not fit, but my smaller laptop does. The zipper pulls and stitching are all solid and holding up well. My one minor gripe is the position of the carry handle on top. As you can see from the image, the handle is situated on the shoulder straps instead of the pack itself. This may make for a more streamlined design and less likelihood of having the handle snag on something, it causes slight discomfort when wearing the pack. Because of the handle position, the straps do not lay flat across my shoulders, and the bag rides abit lower. This is less of a concern if i'm wearing a large coat, but is very noticeable when wearing just a t-shirt or hoodie. Overall, it's a good pack and the laptop panel plus the other external pockets make organizing easy, just that small issue with the handle.