Welcome. Please Create an account or Sign in.
See our GSA Schedule products. GS-07F-5623P
Email Signup

Email Signup

Sign up for our exclusive discounts, clearance sales and gear news.
Your email address
is never shared!
See Privacy Policy ▸

Tru-Spec GI Spec 3-Day Back Pack

Item#  29425
Tru-Spec GI Spec 3-Day Back Pack

Tru-Spec GI Spec 3-Day Back Pack

Tru-Spec GI Spec 3-Day Back Pack

Click an image for a larger view
Customer Rating:    (Write a Review)
Price: $77.99 - $107.99
Please select an option above to add it to the cart.
Black Coyote Tan Digital Woodland Camo MULTICAM
360 Product Launcher

The Tru-Spec GI Spec 3-Day Back Pack holds everything you will need for multiple days in the field.

  • 1000D Nylon construction
  • Hydration system and MOLLE compatible
  • Padded shoulder and waist straps plus adjustable sternum strap
  • DIMENSIONS: 20.00" x 12.00" x 8.00"
  • Imported

COLORS: ACUPAT, Black, Coyote Tan, Digital Woodland Camo or MULTICAM

WEIGHT: 2 lbs.

not for combat
well when i got this back pack i used it for school, well i have 6 subjects so that means i have 6 book. Its about 40 pounds i used this back pack for about 2 months when, it started to fall apart from the straps then the straps themselves started to fall apart dont waist your money on this back pack it will only fail you in the end and you will be out $70 bucks. so do what you want but i do not think its worth it.

travon - December 7, 2010
Good for light use...
I got this pack sometime around last April and used it on a daily basis since, for travelling, limited military-style training, and everyday school/cargo uses. Two months after I got it the left shoulder strap started coming apart and started fraying, but I just put a lighter to it and hastily stitched it back together. Now it's a lot worse, and the whole strap feels like it's just about to fall apart, and I have to really worry about it every time I put it on. It's served me well for the past 9 months, but I think its time for a new pack. I don't even want to think about how bad it would be if I were to take it to war or deploy with something like this.

Micah - February 12, 2010
One use, first time, half load... and the side blows out. Turns out that it's single stitched (not reinforced) and will break in the breeze. Also the buckles are the cheapest possible thin plastic and wont bear any load. Buy this only if it's for a Halloween costume and will never see any real use.

Nathan - October 12, 2009
Good.... For light loads
Filled this pack with laptop, PSP, camelbak bladder and some hygiene gear and popped the stitching where the straps are sewn in. It was still usable but I had to watch how much I loaded it. Have since replaced it with a Camelbak pack. Moral: Get something else if your going to load heavy.

Josiah - September 20, 2009
I have to agree with Corey. It's a great pack that has went to some nasty places with me but I have also broken a plastic snap on the sholder harness. For teh price it can't be beat. Alot of room, alot of pockets. Well worth the money. I would suggest having a parts area. I had a hard time finding just teh right snap, even at a mega-sporting goods store.

Timothy - May 13, 2009
Not a good bag
I purchased this bag to take with me on deployment to Iraq. If you are looking for a high quality bag you will probably be disappointed. My civilian backpack is a Northface. This bag is made out of nylon-not Cordura nylon and therefore it is less resistant to water and daily use. The bag has two large compartments and no padding other than the padding resting against your back so it has no shape to it when it is empty. The zippers are not YKK and not heavy duty. You do get what you pay for- correct that this bag is not worth $77.99. Go to www.pipergear.com and purchase their 5016 ACU Bugout bag the regular price is $124 and members of the military can purchase it for $92.08. It is made of 1000 D Cordura, has YKK zippers, bladder compartment, laptop compartment and organizer.

RSL - April 17, 2009
Good bag. Wouldn't recommend or plan on using it out in the field. Was testing out how it feels with weight in the bag, when i went to take it off I had one arm out and i started to hear threads snapping on the shoulder that was still supporting the bag. Great for travel tho.

David - December 19, 2008
Not very durable or defective
I bought one in August 07 and hardly used it. If I did, I used it to lug around gear and that's it. So far the right shoulder strap has ripped off, and some of the webbing became undone. Aside from the belt, the quick release buckles break if you toss the backpack around (even if there is nothing in it) I don't know if all the packs have the same problem, or if I just got one from a bad batch with the last guy.

Alex - August 10, 2008
Really, Really Great Bag
I got this bag because all of my other bags were wore out. When I got this bag I got send to Iraq for 1 year, and very day I use this bag I put it through hell and its still in very good shape. Thank you Us Cavalry

Jesse - June 23, 2008
Good Pack, bad straps
The pack was great and did a good job for me. But it's not rugged enough. I loaded it up with some weight and put it to its limit, and the strap broke. Can only handle limited weight and a limited amount of abuse. Not recommended for field operations.

Christopher - February 23, 2008
Click a logo for more products:
TRU-SPECTru-Spec GI Spec 3-Day Back PackHolds everything you will need for multiple days in the field. Three-day pack comes in woodland pattern, black, tan or ACUPAT to match the new ACU.
U.S. Cavalry