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Level III Assault Backpack Multicam With Five Stacked Compartments 18x10x10"

Condor Outdoor Products, Inc.
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The Level III pack is built from licensed Crye Precision 1000 Denier Multicam Cordura Fabric with beefy zippers, pulls and hardware. Hydration system compatible, cool mesh back, contoured adjustable shoulder straps with "D" rings. Webbing for all Alice or Molle pouches. Great assault team pack with pockets for ammo and gear. 18x10x10" with five stacked compartments. Very flexible and adaptable, available in two colors. Imported.

MultiCam was developed by Crye Precision as a universal camouflage that is able to adapt to a wide variety of environments. The reflective nature of the pattern causes it to change apparent color depending on the surrounding environment. Special fabrics and coatings help it to blend in under various lighting conditions across both the visible and IR spectrums. The infrared spectrum camouflage makes this pattern effective even when viewed with night vision equipment.

Referred to as OEF Camouflage (Operation Enduring Freedom Camouflage), the MultiCam pattern has become adopted by the US Army and other NATO forces participating in the ongoing military campaign in Afghanistan. Because it was developed for the US military, all MultiCam products are made in the USA. All clothing and uniform components utilizing the MultiCam pattern are fire resistant and use no melt, no drip Cordura fabric.

Also available in:
OD GreenPACK-125
Coyote TanPACK-121
Army DigitalMOLLE-702

Total number of Reviews: 2

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4.0 5
"So I saw this pack in multicam and it was significantly less on CTD than on any other site. Good construction, and water hydration compatible. All the zippers work great and have a sturdy feel to them when opening and closing ( I have read other reviews where people have complained about the zippers breaking). All the extra MOLLE around the pack is very useful in addition to other MOLLE packs you want to add as I was able to fit a camp axe to the side of the pack, my only complaint is that some of the webbing is really narrow and I had a difficult time attaching additional pouches, but got it done nonetheless. Okay, here is where I am going to give my opinion on the real downfall (possibly pack failure point) of this pack. THE STRAPS!!! When I got all my gear into this pack (and it held A LOT of gear very easily) and then lifted it to put it on, I began to wonder about the shoulder straps and just how long they are going to last. Let me also note that the shoulder straps on this pack have to really be tweaked and adjusted from all points to get a somewhat comfortable fit and it may take a few times before you adjust it to where you want it so just know that. But, THE STRAPS!!! Believe me when I say that I want to LOVE this pack, but the fact is that I do not, entirely. The truth is, it is a really good pack, GOOD and NOT GREAT! The shoulder straps are not fully connected (only by a piece of tightening strap) and that just is not good enough for me. All in all, I am keeping the pack because I really do like it, but it is going to be my secondary kit, as I continue my quest for what is the perfect fit for me. To recount: the pack is spacious, holds a ton of kit, fits and wears GOOD, NOT GREAT, and THE STRAPS!!! The shoulder straps need to be reconfigured on this pack to where they fully connect and are heavily reinforced, substantially more then they currently are. If you can get past that, it is a really good pack and I would recommend it. Hope thi...."
5.0 5
"Love it. Just what I need for day hikes for all the survival essentials. I had it fully loaded and still didn't need the waist straps."