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Condor 3 Day Assault Pack
Item#  30650
Condor 3 Day Assault Pack

Condor 3 Day Assault Pack

Condor 3 Day Assault Pack

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Price: $81.99 - $135.99
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Black Olive Drab Coyote Tan MULTICAM
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With a large capacity and separate pocket to fit up to two 3L hydration bladders, this is the essential bag for any mission. The Condor 3 Day Assault Pack features contour shoulder straps that offer a stress-free way to carry your gear. Two double zipper pulls in the main compartment offer easy access while the individual form pad back panel, sternum strap and waist belt offer superior comfort and maximum airflow for long treks.

  • 600D Nylon construction
  • MOLLE webbing on three sides
  • Heavy-duty carry and drag handle with D-rings for equipment attachments
  • Seven compartments: main compartment with gear straps to secure gear and two extra mesh pockets; second compartment contains three map/document pockets, two radio pockets and penholders; one compartment to store up to 6L hydration bladder
  • Grommets on all compartments for drainage
  • Two large pockets on the back with three elastic closure mesh pocket and zipper mesh pocket
  • DIMENSIONS: 22.00" x 17.00" x 11.00"
  • Imported
  • COLORS: Black, Coyote Tan, MultiCam or Olive Drab

    Weight: 6 lbs.

    Good BOB

    Great Bug-Out-Bag for the price. Good construction, functional compartments. A little heavy but given sturdy build, that's to be expected at this price. If not carrying all the time, great ready bag. I've had two and both have held up well with absolutely no TLC.
    Don Hayes - February 19, 2012
    Great Design, Poor Execution

    I have to admit, I love this pack's design. It really will hold three days worth of gear. I liked the design so much I bought one for each theatre of operations. But after using it in the field on a couple of deployments and TDY trips I have a number of complaints about the way it was constructed. First, The body of the pack is pretty well built but the compression straps aren't sewn on very well and come off leaving me to replace them. The zipper pulls as someone else noted come off quickly and easily. The shoulder straps while comfortable wear out and fray apart after a very few uses especially if this ruck is used with IBA. Last but not least who was this pack's waist and chest straps made for? I've got a 48 in. chest (54 in. w ACUs and IBA) and a 32 in. waist. The waist strap is big enough to accommodate my chest and the chest strap is way too small to be used without a lot of modification. Still, I like the Pack itself and after severe modification to all of the straps it has served me well.
    Sydney T. H. Chock - December 11, 2011
    Best bag for price

    I have owned this pack for about two years now. I have used it heavily and it has held up throughout every bit of it. I would highly recommend this pack for long deployments, camping or traveling abroad. Lots of storage space so you can bring just about anything you would ever need for any of the aforementioned scenarios.
    John Michael Herron - June 17, 2011
    I could go either way

    So I waited about about 7 months to write my review just so I could get a true feel for the pack. It's got tons of space, and I took it on a few long rucks, which it performed great and was pretty comfortable. The only problem I have with it is that the little lanyards that attach to the zippers have begun to come off. It's an easy fix, but after 7 months of light to moderate use, that probably shouldn't happen. I haven't deployed with the pack yet, so I wonder how it would hold up in the desert. Overall, it's pretty good, but at the price I payed for multi-cam, I kinda wish I would have gone with a camelback.
    Christian M Collins - December 16, 2010
    Great bag as long as it lasts

    This is an excellent bag as long as it holds together. I went through two three week long ATs, one in the cold mountains of South Dakota, and one in the 130 degrees Mojave Desert. During these times, it was carried, thrown around, and tossed in and out of Humvees. It can hold a good amount of gear, and makes a great 3 day bag. The compartments are great, and the sub-organization inside is pretty awesome, too. The molle covering most of the outside is great for attaching extra equipment and pouches, and the cinch straps are well placed. For comfort, I found this bag to be very comfortable carrying a heavy load through the mountains. It was actually almost too heavy for the mission, but it never had any uncomfortable pinch or pressure spots. And then it fell apart all at once. The finer material making the back side and the inner pocket divides started coming apart at the seams. The hydration compartment zipper split and is now unusable. It's like it just gave up one day. Still, two years isn't all that bad for the price. And I loved it for those two years.
    Joseph Remy - January 11, 2010
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