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10-15-2013 09:33 AM
PAPrep99 Do you use any waterproofing spray on these bags and how does it work?

The real issue I am having finding a bag is twofold. I like the 1000 denier water resistant Maxpedition bags, like the Vulture II however the lack of pockets is really a downer.

I like the Voodoo Tactical Improved Matrix Pack Backpack MOLLE and the Condor 3 Day Assault Pack and the price is right and it has the features I like however everyone tells me the quality is lower than Maxpedition. Maxpedition does not have a combo I like unless they have one like the two I mentioned.
10-14-2013 10:04 PM
Drose427 I use a Teton sports Explorer 4000, I go trekking with it to make sure everything holds up and even under about 50lbs and hikes on rough terrain it holds up...I wouldnt recommend it for anyone tall however, when set above 5'8" the height adjustment has a tendency to come loose with a bit of weight, but I'm short so it works for me. Definitely planning of upgrading at some point though
10-14-2013 09:35 PM
sluggyslugworth Kelty Redwing during the warmer seasons. Jansport Carson when it gets cold, so it can support the larger sleeping gear.
10-14-2013 08:50 PM
rover Im using a camelback outlaw bag, I think its out of production but their still around on ebay. it is the toughest built bag I've ever seen. I had a molle panel sewn on to it for Just in case, I carry it everywhere so people don't give it a second look anymore.

If I didn't have this bag I would go with a osprey bag, I think their the new Northface of gear bags tbh, for a really big bag I went with a Eagle Inds. airborne II.
10-14-2013 08:42 PM
PAPrep99 Gotcha. Yeah, my head tells me to get a Maxpedition Vulture II and only buy it once. Don't look back.. I guess I am being a cheapskate and need to get over it.

The only thing I don't like is the small amount of organizational pockets.
10-14-2013 08:38 PM
mrdeegs I want a maxpedition, but the challenge for me is i actually want to see them in person before deciding...and not many places around here have them. i stopped at an army/navy shop today and grabbed a cheap clone of one for a third of the cost to tide me over.
10-11-2013 09:41 PM
PAPrep99 Still deciding for mine but narrowing it down. Starting with a GHB, maybe 1500-2000 in^3. Maybe a Condor 3 Day assault although it is larger than that.Voodoo Tactical Level III is also under considration.
08-17-2013 06:13 PM
cranky1950 2 big duffle bags tent and kitchen bag and a game cart. A 60L High Sierra and 40L Jansport packs if we have abandon the game cart.
08-17-2013 06:04 PM
SiriusJones
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condor three day assault pack. Its a copy of the camelbak BFM. nice internal frame pack. i need to add a vest or a ribs front pack for the handy quick grab stuff. for my get home bag i use a camelbak "the don". It's a bicycle bag but it's the least looking tacticool bag I could find with some decent organization, big enough to hold everything and still small enoughg to fit underneath a car see.
I just bought a vest on the bay, still waiting for it to arrive. I, too, would like to have the oft used equipment within grabbing range.
08-17-2013 04:24 PM
coprep condor three day assault pack. Its a copy of the camelbak BFM. nice internal frame pack. i need to add a vest or a ribs front pack for the handy quick grab stuff. for my get home bag i use a camelbak "the don". It's a bicycle bag but it's the least looking tacticool bag I could find with some decent organization, big enough to hold everything and still small enoughg to fit underneath a car see.
08-17-2013 04:15 PM
SiriusJones I use a Hellcat pack.
08-17-2013 03:18 PM
jelloman Mine is a SOC "Bug out bag" (I know, I know) in 1000 denier ABU I got off eBay for 60.00...
08-17-2013 03:05 PM
oldmurph58 you can find alice packs in ucp and woodland on e bay most army navy stores carry them too as for packing them it depends on what you are carring i have 2 2liter canteens on either side of the bag on alice clips on the inside what you need most a poncho ect. goes on top
08-17-2013 02:57 PM
oldmurph58 i am old school infantry, i have a alice pack with molle straps an waist belt but im looking at the usmc pack and the new molle 2 packs they both seem pretty good for use as a bob if the shtf i want something tough that will stand up to the worst condtions
08-11-2013 04:34 PM
Tac Medic
SpecOPs "T.H.E. Pack" in Tan. It has the ability to be carried daily and accepts MOLLE pouches easily for extended trips.
08-11-2013 03:48 PM
Hunter789 I have 4 packs loaded for bear! Only bears will go where I go...
08-11-2013 02:32 PM
ryck I am ashamed to admit that I like the USMC large ruck better than the Army large ruck. It's just built to be better on long hikes. All my other gear is Army, but the marine ILBE MARAT pack is spacious AND comfortable. If only I could find one in ACU print...

http://www.armslist.com/posts/126011...smc-field-gear
08-11-2013 01:58 PM
Zeus-Ra I use a maxpedition kodiak on the back
a maxpedition thermite on the left hip
a maxpedition mongo versipack on the right hip

have one set in foilage green, and another set in khaki for the gray man look
08-11-2013 01:37 PM
Crochunter I have several BOB's. Reason being I am single at the moment and thus need additional BOB's for future girlfriend/fiancÚ/wife and any other close person without a BOB.

Mine is a bright red Dana Design ArcFlex Teraplane internal frame Backpack. It is huge, bomb proof and utterly reliable. It has been the wilderness guide backpack of choice since the late 80's well before the very well made backpacks already mentioned in this thread ( The Kifaru's, Eberstock, etc). I have always wanted one as I was a wilderness education instructor when all I could afford was cheaper REI stuff . They were $600 back in the 80's and early 90's .

It works for me as I can put more stuff in as needed or foraged for. I use it now for hunting trips longer then a day. It is definitely grey man certified . It hides my disassembled AK and Ruger .22.

My other BOB's are actually a mix of normal backpacks and military packs.
08-11-2013 12:43 AM
riorust I use an Eagle Industries 3 day assault pack in OD, I added a 3 liter bladder and a couple 10x4 pouches with water bottles in them. When fully loaded, I am good for a week at least and it carries well.
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