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ModGear Ultimate Combat Backpack 20x19x12" Black Padded Shoulder Waist and Belt Weighs 5.2 Pounds

 
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MOLLE124
022886125028
MOLLE-124
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$81.55
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Finally the best Military MOLLE Pack has arrived! This is the most complete, inventive pack we have ever seen, loaded with custom design features that meet and match all environments and applications.

This pack integrates Modular Lightweight Load-carrying Equipment (MOLLE) designs. Every feature of this pack has been carefully engineer for both versatility and adaptability.

Main Compartment is 20" tall, 19" wide and 12" deep with four quick release straps to hold the load in place. Dual nylon mesh pockets with zippers, MOLLE webbing, dual covered vent holes on the top for radio antenna or bladder tube. Oversized, hook & loop fastened, covered center hole for antenna or pole. This main compartment is surrounded by four self-healing zippers providing the maximum in accessibility. Any zipper can be moved to allow access from the top or either side or split wide to facilitate initial pack loading.

Outer Upper compartment opens with dual zippers and is 14" tall, 12" wide and 3" deep. There is a key holder, three document pockets, pen and calculator pockets and dual bungee cords that tie down and adjust with hook-and-loop to provide the maximum load retention and stabilization. This pouch is covered with MOLLE straps and offset with dual gussets so the attached MOLLE accessories do not need to conform to the contour of the loaded pack. A hidden zippered compartment rests beneath the outer compartment and is perfect for maps, documents or charts.

Lower Outer Compartment is dressed with more MOLLE straps and continues with the same dual self-healing zippers. Inside mesh pouches will secure your small items. An auxiliary zippered mesh pouch secures your valued items and keeps them within quick reach. 12.5" wide, 6" tall and  3" deep.

Dual Side Pouches with MOLLE webbing outers and dual self-healing zippers 9" tall, 5" wide and 2.5" deep, perfect for ammo, magazines or water bottles.

Top carry handle, side balance carry handle and compression straps. The attention to detail is so fine that each piece of strap webbing has a hook-and-loop keeper to roll up excess straps and keep your pack and appearance in top form.

Fully Adjustable shoulder straps with quick release buckles and padded back rest with raised contour pads to prevent fatigue. Padded lumbar support with adjustable waist support for even load distribution. Clever design allows this waist belt support to be removed to cut weight and tighten the packs' profile for air or ground transport.

Rigid hidden pouch is beneath the padded back with access granted by a full length zipper, padded support and provides another perfect storage area for documents or your pressed dress shirts by providing both separation and support to the stored items.

1000 Denier Nylon construction
Total number of Reviews: 59

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5.0 5
"Excellent pack, highly versitile, extremely heavy duty! This pack is a great value plenty of room inside and tons of MOLLE straps to connect extras to the outside. If you're searching for a quality field ready pack, look no further."
– LANNY R
5.0 5
"Cool four way zipper so you can open the bag when seated and get to stuff on either side or top without it all spilling out. Most bags have two zippers, but with four you can lots of access to your geat when riding on a truck so you can grap something without hoisting the bag into your lap. Nice rugged pack that looks just like the military pack but costs less. Nice pack because it is designed to carry lots of gear and still put more Molle pouches on the outside as well. Inside has a little office area for note pads, pens and such. I could not think of an improvement except to have more colors to pick from."
– Michael
5.0 5
"This pack is great. So many compartments and so versatile that it can be used for anything. I bought it to use for hunting trips but I bought a black pack to use as a carry-on bag for flying because I can pack so much into it and since it has convenient handles that allow it to be carried like a suit case as well it make getting on and off a plane easy. I hope they come out with one in Army Digital so I can get one for my brother who is leaving for the Army in a few months."
– Edward
5.0 5
"This is an awsome pack. A great improvement from the old \"Alice Pack\". Lots compartment and plenty of room. The Zippers are great. The most versitile pack so far."
– Rm
5.0 5
"This is an awsome pack. A great improvement from the old \"Alice Pack\". Lots compartment and plenty of room."
– Rm
2.0 5
"Well, it appeared to be well made when I took it out of the box, but within the first five minutes I had three problems. One of the zipper pulls came off. Okay, no big deal, I can fix that. Then a zipper was off track and I had to wrestle with it to get it back on track. Then I hoped that those were just two flukes since the reviews were good. Well, just as I was starting to pack it, another zipper was off track and in the process of fixing that the zipper bent so that the pull came off. That's when I decided to send it back. Unless you a prepared for constant, (and I mean right out of the box), maintenance, I'd choose something else... Probably a brand name bag..."
– Dave
2.0 5
"This MOLLE pack appeared pretty useful when it arrived. No zipper problems (easy to reset zippers). This pack is NOT built for heavy loads. It did not last a full school year (9 months) with my standard loadout of books. If all you need this for is a pile of clothes, you will do fine to order it. If you plan on putting anything heavy in it (such as mountain gear to backpack with), forget it. There is no way to fix the permanently stitched plastic buckles that broke on the shoulder strap. As a sort of jury-rig fix (so the pack wouldn't be complete trash), I removed the rest of the broken plastic, and just looped the nylon from the shoulder strap through the nylon on the bag (that the plastic part was attached to) and tied it off, but it still won't support heavy loads with the knot. The waterproof lining also wore away in the bottom and one of the inside tie-down straps is hanging on by a few threads, ready to break--useless. Better to save up more money and buy the rock solid offerings from a name brand company such as Maxpedition or Blackhawk or Camelbak. This pack suited my needs very well for a few months, but is really not machined for strenuous use. I was SOOOO tempted to give it only 1 bullet, but it WAS useful for a short stretch, and the ballistic nylon itself is rugged. It's just stitched together poorly."
– Daniel
2.0 5
"I had a similar problem with the plastic buckles for the adjustable sholder straps. The pack was great for approximately 7 months. Just last week, with approximately 35 lbs of gear, and no where close to anything, the plastic buckle for the right sholder strap gave way. Change the plastic to metal, and it would be one great ruck."
– Mike
1.0 5
"I was really hopeful for this pack...it was the right price, right size...I thought it was a steal. It was a steal alright, as in money stolen from my checking account for a product that really, really sucks.I am a technical consultant and haul around a laptop, proxima, cables and geek junk galore (typically around 35lbs) through airports all year to the tune of about 50,000 frequent flyer miles last year. I thought that this pack would finally be the one to hold up...but no. At about one week two of the zipper pulls gave way...most of the rest gave out shortly thereafter. One zipper split and would not repair itself, three buckles blew up and the internal wall between the lower compartment and the main split out. And this was all within three months!Yeah, I'm tough on gear but I'm not abusive and geeks aren't exactly doing CQB. I have since dropped $120 on a Maxpedition Vulture 2 and it has been solid for me. Usually CTD has great stuff for a fraction of the price with pretty good overall quality. This, however, is not the case with this pack, it's cheap junk."
– Fred
2.0 5
"i would have to agree and say save your money for a better pack. i thought it was going to be a great pack. i had seen the name brand ones and had friend buy them. their's held up while mine fell apart. i caried it in iraq and consently had problems with it"
– justin
3.0 5
"I have been using this bag five days a week for seven months. I carry about 25 pounds. Here are my observations:1. As noted by others, the zipper pulls come off easily; this is not a big deal--they can be put back on or replaced with gutted paracord.2. The straps are beginning to show some wear. The softer fabric on the side that faces your shoulder has been snagged some and the seams along the sides of the straps are a little loose.3. The rear, lower outside corners of both side pockets show considerable wear; I don't know why since they don't rub any part of my body when I walk with the pack on, and I don't set the pack on abrasive surfaces.With the \"negatives\" out of the way, here are some positives:1. The pack is HUGE when fully packed. It can also be compressed when the full capacity is not needed.2. It is at least as water-resistant as any consumer or faux-military I've seen.3. The three carrying handles are very handy when passing the pack through small spaces.4. You can attach PLENTY of gear to the PALS webbing on the outside of the pack.Other comments:1. I wish that the pack had PALS webbing on the inside."
– Ben
4.0 5
"I bought this pack about a year ago, I needed it much like the other person lugging around a laptop, all sorts of other electronics, wires, tools and the like. I also knew that I needed something heavy for college that could stand up to all the textbooks and assorted other odds and ends I liked to keep with me. Often I put my backpacks through alot, and they do not last long at all, but this one I have filled to the brim with heavy heavy stuff, and its still with me today. My favorte part about this pack is its big enough to carry a few 33 1/3 records, other packs arn't big enough to do so."
– Sam
4.0 5
"I bought this backpack after reading the reviews. I knew what I was getting into. When I opened the box the pack looks nice right off the bat. My zipper pulls didn't fall off, and all my zippers work well. I was expecting cheap plastic buckles but that was an understatement! The buckles on the chest strap, and the straps inside the bag are tiny and didn't hold two pounds of pull. I cut them off and replaced them immediately. The buckles that hold the shoulder pads at the bottom are also plastic, and I will be replacing them as well, but have held up so far. The plastic back loop clips that hold the top of the shoulder pads don't work well but they are nothing a couple safety pins didn't fix. Other than that this pack has been AWESOME! I skateboard with it everyday and have had my spills with it and all the fabric has held up well. I have the MOLLE hydration system attached in the main compartment, and that supplies all the loop fasteners I will ever need. My daily working load for this backpack is 25 - 30 pounds. And I have had no problems with it. I will have this pack for a long time! If you are willing, and resourceful enough, to fix the small problems as soon as you get this pack you will not be disappointed."
– Psycke303
5.0 5
"i bought this pack about a year ago. ive put it through all kinds of havic. its my military pack, it goes to the feild with me, it has been to iraq, its my range bag, and i even pack it full of cloths when i go home. i have not had any problem with this pack. a great buy for the great price. its my do-everything bag and i love it.."
– MDriver
5.0 5
"great bag have had no problems with it works perfect been to iraq twice and only one buckle problem great bag worth the price"
– USMC
4.0 5
"I've had mine about 6 months now. Nothing has snapped or broke yet, but you can tell the quality just isn't there. For example, plastic buckles instead of steel, 1-2 rows of stitching in places when there should be more, etc. Zippers are kind of on the cheap side too. But hey, this is what, a $50 pack? It'll probably last me a couple of seasons. But in the mean time, I'm having a hard time finding a replacement that is as functional in design as this one."
– Tom
4.0 5
"After geting a PACK-125 I found it to be too small for an adult BO bag, but perfect for the kiddo. Pack 125 has a better compression strap and hydro bladder compartment also. This pack's waist belt is kinda light and thin for mounting anything on it. (remember what you carry on your waist aint on your back). I cut the waist straps off of it and replaced with G.I. pistol belt. Now can carry anything on waist: ka-bar, pistol, and water bottles fit pretty well inside a MOLLE325 pouch. *NOTE* pouch 325 is just the right size to sew a nylon holster inside to hold a Glock 34 for CCW use. You dont want your ccw pistol inside your pack for SHTF! The side pockets are perfect for two 0.5 liter bottles. The main compartment does have straps but would be better with partitions. The bottom compartment is just right for a good home-made first aid kit and G.I. poncho or change of clothes. This bag is fine for a 3-day self-sufficient pack for adult. If you are not carying food or water, get pack 125."
– Jeffrey
4.0 5
"This bag I bought two for the wife and I to use as deployment bags for a specialized Medical response team we belong to. Found that we were able to get three days of clothes, food and medical supplies into this large bag and there is room for more. Bought extra external bags for easy to reach items. Did have a issue with a zipper but with the self repair feature it was resolved with no problems."
– Medic51
4.0 5
"I bought 2 of these packs, one for me and the other for my brother-in-law. Mine is olive and his is black. The olive one is a lot better product than the black one, and is holding up alot better. The black one had a seam rip out, has plastic buckles to secure the top of the shoulder straps and the \"antenna holes\" just were not cut into it. Both the packs have had zipper issues, but the olive one not as bad. and both have the cheap plastic zipper pulls on them. They are good packs for the money, just as roomy as the camelback version, you just arent paying for that brand name. the molle straps are tough and plenty. when i pack this sucker to go to the field i keep thinking i'm forgetting something because i still have room left when all my crap is in it."
– ARMY MP
5.0 5
"I just received pack, and I have to say it's just replaced all of my other packs. This is a very well designed pack with excellent padded shoulder straps, chest strap that connects the shoulder straps, very well padded waist strap and a padded back on the back --- comfort. The pack itself has several pockets and areas to separate your supplies and was well designed. One other feature that is great is that each of the straps ends with a velcro strip that allows you to velcro (tie) up the extra strapping from not hanging down. I see a few more of these bags in the near future arriving on my doorstep."
– Tom
4.0 5
"I think this is a very nice backpack. It has many internal pockets and lots of padding for carrying it. Seems heavy duty. I think the price is right for this bag."
– Wes1990
5.0 5
"I bought this with the intent of keeping my camping supplies in it. It has a ton of room, extremely versatile and a really great price. Now I realize that many people here probably have been screwed by getting a bad quality pack. I can only give you a review based on the one I received. Mine is perfect. It is HUGE, Extremely durable, 0 zipper problems, and It has held up like a champ. This is the best camping or bug out bag I have ever owned. It has room for thousands of round of ammo, and it easily fits everything you need to run from the law. If your a survivalist, hunter, camper, law enforcement or terrorist, this is the bag for you!"
– Crutch
2.0 5
"I bought this pack assuming I was getting a decent bag that I could carry my laptop, books, change of clothes, water bottles, etc. in while going around campus. I was also pleased about the sternum strap and waist belt upon first glance as I walk and/or ride a bike most places. The first time I tried to use the sternum strap the plastic snapped upon tightening--crap. I fixed this using gorilla glue and went on but then the stitching started to unravel over the period of a month and then the receiving end of the sternum closure broke. Spend an extra $40 for a better quality pack if you are looking for anything that lasts."
– shizen
4.0 5
"I use this bag as my rig bag, and for TEMS High Rise Responses. It holds a lot of stuff. I have read all the reviews, both the good & bad but so far no problems. Nice design. We use a different bag on the FD and as tough as they are everything breaks down sooner or later. This is a great bag for the money. Nothing lasts forever."
– Bulldog
4.0 5
"This bag is huge. Lots of room to loose stuff! The molle gives it a nice look, but I seriously doubt you'd want to add more stuff to this backpack. *I had a problem with one of the tightening straps being assembled backwards, so it did not tighten. I had to cut off some sewn on velcro flaps in order to flip it around. *The velcro strapping flaps are nice, keeps excess strapping from flying around after you tighten things.*The zippers haven't failed or caught on anythign, but sometimes they are a little tough to pull. (Even some large YKK metal zippers are not smooth)*The bag is huge. You could probably fit a desktop computer in here."
– Daniel
1.0 5
"The seams on this pack did not last long with very little weight in the pack. The bottom pocket came completely off the pack. Ad as stated in other reviews the plastic has to go, it's simply not a good pack unless you are only going to use it a couple times a year."
– march
4.0 5
"I've been using this pack as my daily work pack for over a year with no issues. I also use it hunting and fishing. With plenty of pockets organize your gear."
– Josh
1.0 5
"I can't remember seeing a backpack that was so nicely designed in the pocket/pouch/pass-through department. Sadly, the quality of the materials and the overall build quality is quite poor. The plastic mounts that attach the shoulder straps in my bag broke within months and the seams between the pouches and main backpack frayed and separated in a number of places. The plasticized interior layer of the nylon \"canvas\" this pack is made from breaks up and flakes off like a cheap beach bag that's been left in the sun. This backpack can also really use some internal supports as it sags like a lump of goo if the bag isn't totally full and their is some mass in the front pockets. I would kill to have this backpack design built with quality fabrics, quality hardware and some internal support braces. This pack would be worth $150 and I would be happy to have it."
– Neil
1.0 5
"After reading the reviews. I saw that is was about 50/50 so I decided to roll the dice and see for myself. I can now say without question This is NOT a quality product. As soon I opened the package The Backpack material was sturdy But the stitchwork was VERY FLIMSY and the more I looked at it the more poor craftsmanship came to my eye( just like other reviews have stated). The cross chest harness (as were all the snap locks) were made from a cheap plastic molding THAT YOU KNEW was going to crack under the least amount of stress.The lumbar support had a cheap 'leather patch\" sewn on that irrated my skin almost immediatley.The zippers where not strong but AT FIRST GLANCE they look military grade but you can feel the diffrence as soon as you touch them and try to use them serveral times..... I dont feel they can handle much stress as the \"teeth\" will fail to latch.Inside the bag they had a cheap vinly web mesh that you knew will not last under type of regular abuse also the lining of the compartments themselves didnt feel as though they could stand up.One really good weekend would probally bust it.In sum: If you are looking for something light and easy that you wont use often then I think this will fit the bill .But If you are looking tactical bag to bank your life on when the zombies are breaking down the door ....I suggest you look elsewhere as this does not fit the bill in my opinion.I sent the bag back after ONE NIGHT because I was afraid something would tear on it and I would be held liable(Pack 120 is just as bad and was returned as well)Caveat Emptor .......Let the Buyer beware"
– Twisted
1.0 5
"I used this for school and it fell apart in less than three months. I mean completely fell apart. Very very poor quality. I would not recomend this to anybody. Buyer beware is right. Buyer don't buy this product is better."
– Merl
5.0 5
"I'VE USED MY PACK FOR HIKING, FILLED WITH NORMAL SURVIAL GEAR... ALSO WITH ALL MY GEAR AND EXTRA 25 POUNDS FOR TRAINING... NO PROBLEMS WITH ANY PART OF THIS PACK AT ALL... ALL STRAPS ARE COMFORTABLE AND ADJUSTED VERY EAST TO MY BODYS SHAPE... SO MUCH SPACE AND POCKETS IM STILL FINDING NEW PRODUCTS AND GEAR TO ADD TO MY COOL PACK..."
– RAY
5.0 5
"I have this a few years now and it's as versitle as a Leatherman knife. It has gone on two week hunts, long camping trips, cross country motorcycle rides and hauled my basic tools to the construction site whenever I would take the bike. There has been plenty of room and durability for all of this. The chest and waist strap are a plus while on the bike as it gives the feel of a bucket seat when I lean back on the pack. Others have complained about the plastic snaps but I am grateful for them because if they were metal I'd probably have rust marks on my leather. No part of this pack has yet to fail me in any way. It has gone past what I expected of it and is still going strong. I would tell anybody to buy one or a few. I plan on buying maybe two more just to keep in the closet just in case this one ever gives out. If it doesn't well then they'll make great gifts!!!"
– Bruce
4.0 5
"I put three flukes, cables, a travel scanner, more cables, various office supplies, 5 lbs of small electrical hand tools, 2 laptop power supplies, digital camera, etc in this bag and bring it to work, I work maybe 200 days a year. It's a 20 lbs load. If you need to organize 25 to 50 items this pack is great, lots of pockets and room.I go hunting and camping a few times a year with this pack.I have owned the pack for one year.The shoulder strap buckles are not strong enough and come unbuckled when you swing a loaded pack onto your back. The light material covering the shoulder strap pads is wearing and the stitching coming unraveled. Electrical tape cured both problems, duct tape would work too."
– haole
4.0 5
"Honestly it is a good pack. I read the reviews about it ripping and was a bit skeptical. When I got my pack, sure enough mine ripped in three different areas on the inside. The inside pockets aren't made of the sturdy canvas outside. But if you know how to sew them back up using a heavy synthetic thread it works great. It can easily hold up to 100 lbs. I know, I've done it. If they didn't rip I'd go 5 bullets. But they do, so 4."
– Razor 1-1
1.0 5
"I bought this because it's a $60 knock off of the Camelbak bag. Exact same design, not the same quality. The material is fine but the stitching is worthless. There are compression/storage straps on both sides. I literally pulled one off by hand. One of the main shoulder straps is also half pulled off. I don't know the weight of the crap I carried in it, but being the size it is, it should be built to withstand considerable weight. It isn't. If you only need to carry pillows or clothes or bags of feathers, go for it. If you are a grunt like me and need to carry a ton of crap -- BUY ONCE CRY ONCE -- buy the camelbak version."
– Army Guy
3.0 5
"For those who've been disappointed in the quality of this pack, it's not a $300 pack. I suspect if it fell apart on your in the first few days of use, then you could probably return it to CTD for a refund or exchange. I use it as my bug-out bag. It's packed with 72 hours' worth of gear and sitting in the bottom of my closet. Sure, the material is a little lighter weight than some of the other MOLLE-compatible packs sold here (and elsewhere) and some of the construction isn't top-notch but it's only sixty bucks. You could spend the about same amount on some Jansport kiddy pack from Wal-Mart and get worse quality and less space. You get what you pay for. It's an average pack for average duty."
– Mudinyeri
2.0 5
"I had the pack 6 months before the seam on pencil compartment tore on the bottom basically rendering that one compartment useless because everything would just fall out of it. I still use the pack, but would be leery to use for any serious activities."
– SeattleCamper
5.0 5
"I have no problems with the stitching. Looks good to me. A great buy for the price. Fits all the gear + some for my hunting and outdoor needs. The padding for the back & shoulder straps is also a plus."
– Deerslayer
4.0 5
"For the most part it has been pretty good. The other reviews about the quality of stitching are somewhat accurate but anger about imperfection is apparent and overstated IMO. I was able to get several good uses out of it, and could still do more. Two heavy hiking trips and many off road trips where the bag just stayed in the back of the truck. Most everything on the bag is very sturdy and can take a reasonable amount of torture. I would say the least sturdy part is the main shoulder straps, if you have about 60-70 lbs in the bag and lift it off the ground with one strap, it will start to tear. My last trip I weighed in at 87 lbs in the bag and it held strong the whole time, just had to be wary of lifting. Overall for the price it's a great bag but if you're in the service/or a badass and 110+ lbs is normal for you then get the Camelbak version, or a real hiking bag. Great bag for most applications, if it tears while using it for school then you're a nutcase and you study too hard. No need to carry 47 books around, I don't care what your major is."
– RatedXx
2.0 5
"Took a chance on this bag. Zippers are very weak and break easily.(zipper on top pouch separated with 1 MRE in it and was unable to hook back together). The MOLLE straps have very poor stitching (it literally came off while trying to attach a MOLLE pouch). I had high hopes for this bag. It's the perfect size for what I need and the price is much lower than anything comparable from any brand name bag. I would not want to have to rely on this bag if the SHTF! You get what you pay for! I guess I should read all the reviews before I buy something instead of ignoring the low rated ones!"
– 209prepper
3.0 5
"Where to start. The only way to describe this bag is \"you get what you pay for!\" From my understanding this is a copy-of a more expensive higher quality bag. For the frequent hiker/camper THIS BAG WILL NOT DO! Do not waste your money if you know this bag will see heavy use. The problem with this bag is the weak stitching. My bag doesn't even see heavy use and the stitching failed. When you carry this bag YOU MUST CARRY IT BY THE STITCHED ON HANDLES OR THE STITCHING WILL FAIL!!!! (There are two stitched on carry handles, one on the top of the bag and another on the side) My bag wasn't used under heavy activity and the stitching ripped quite easily. I am a first responder and I needed a fairly large \"Go-bag\" for my work. I saw this bag and I thought it was the perfect size for what I needed. It has everything I needed and way more in regards to storage space. Really, I can't stress enough how much this pack has in regards of storage. My pack, I would say, was only about 65% full and I would definitely say it was used under \"LIGHT DUTY\" as it was just carried from my house, to the trunk of my car, to work and back home when my shift was done; that\uFFFDs it! Very light duty considering the advertisement for this bag. Well, one day I picked up the bag on my way home and I heard the \"rip\" sound and instantly knew what that meant. I admit I picked it up from the bag itself (not the stitched on carry handles) but considering the bag was only filled to 65% capacity, and being only 6 months old, I wouldn't expect it to fail so badly, so soon.All that being said, I do have a dilemma. For the light duty requirements I need, and the cavernous storage capacities, I don't know if I can beat the price of this bag. But this stitching is a big concern. I hope I will be able to return this product, if not I might take it to a seamstress as the rest of the pack is fine except the \"fist-sized\" hole at the top. If all else fails a small part of me would consider "
– Joey Blac
5.0 5
"I usually don't write reviews. However, after seeing the bad reviews for this bag, I couldn't help it. I don't know what you are all complaining about. Your bag might last longer if you stop trying to destroy it. I ordered this bag over a year ago, I use it for everything, when I'm not using it for hunting I use it for work. For work I can carry one Dell 17 inch laptop, one 10 inch laptop with cooling fan, and still have enough room a very large pile of files all just in the main compartment. The padded laptop area is very protective but will only fit up to a 15 inch laptop. I use it to cary portable keyboards. The other areas I stuff with misc. stuff and money bags. Very heavy. Has not broken. When I use it for hiking and hunting I stuff it with a slr camera and equipment. Survival gear and a 9mm with clips. Also attach a 12 guage in scabbard to the molle webbing. I do not go lightly on this pack and it has not failed me or even popped one stitch. Also, it fits wonderful and feels good on my back. It carries very well. So please stop bad mouthing this pack. It does not deserve it."
– newmexicoguy
5.0 5
"When I got this bag, I was surprised to see it was much higher quality than the reviews had stated. I paid 79.99 for mine from an Army surplus and ordered this one for my wife because the surplus didn't have any more. I was pissed when I got the order because this one looks better than mine does. I opened the box to find out that this bag was made by voodoo, mine is made by FOX. I was tempted to steal it from my wife. But, she saw my reaction and said no. Long story short, this bag is awesome. I might order another 1."
– The Son of Destruction
5.0 5
"Voodoo Tactical is one of my favorite brands. Great product and size for all my stuff."
– Ron (Orlando)
5.0 5
"This is a great pack, I have had several other back packs but this one is a prefect fit for me. I carry about 30 to 35 pound of gear and is very comfortable. The straps hold up well and the zippers have been flawless. I have two of these packs one I carry daily and the other I use as my Bug-Out-Bag. I don't think you can go wrong with this bag for the price. Good Luck and enjoy backpacking with this tougher than nails go any were pack."
– Scott
5.0 5
"I just got this pack today, it is an awesome pack! It has a ton of pockets. Heavy Duty construction, should last for a very very long time. You cant ask for anything better than this, especially for the price. I am very pleased to have purchased this pack. I'm looking forward to using it. I would recommend this to anyone who is looking to buy a pack."
– Sean
2.0 5
"This bag was great for about 2 months, inside mesh pockets ripped out, no big deal I figured I would use the others, zippers started breaking, more pockets ripped apart, and finally the entire top of the bag is coming apart and the straps are falling off. I have only ever used this bag to take clothes on vacation, about half full, and to take a jacket and pens, lunch ect to work at the F.D.Despite poor reviews when I had ordered this bag, I gave it a chance and had the EXACT problems the others did. Guess I wasnt one of the lucky ones."
– Jordan
2.0 5
"Purchased the bag in late March of 2011, at first glance I thought that I had made a great buy. I started noticing issues with the zippers early in April as they would \"jam\" to say the least, wasn't long after that they completely came apart and then completely broke off. Shoulder strap stitching at the sides and top took about 2 months to start tearing apart causing shoulder padding to fall out. inside holster pockets for pens or tools are made with very light material and hardly any stitching and, yes you guessed it, they have also come undone and are now basically useless pieces of cloth. To summarize this product, it's a good design, not great, but its flaw comes in the materials and craftsmanship used to produce it. I work as a surveillance Technician and used it for everyday use, carried pens, tools, handheld monitor, Notebooks for notes. I carried with me roughly 20 lbs average a day. So, if you're looking for something for Every Day Carry (EDC) or something for work like me, please just go and spend your hard-earned money on something else, trust me this pack is not worth it. Make sure you have XYZ zippers!! I learned that the hard way."
– Mario Heat
5.0 5
"I use this bag for my first aid kit, it holds up well, I have enough stuff in this bag to open a M.A.S.H. in the field, I will be getting another bag for my car soon."
– Apache Gunsmithing
5.0 5
"This bag is very spacious and has securing straps for a laptop. I use this bag at work and have broken both shoulder strap clips in my truck door, but luckily there are extras built in. This is a very good quality bag and CTD delivered early as always."
– Ian
2.0 5
"Great concept....poor quality zippers! This pack fills a void, but the zippers do not last. I would hope that the manufacturer listens and upgrades the zippers. If they do, the pack would be exceptional!"
– Poor quality zippers!
5.0 5
"This is a great bug out bag. The different pockets allows you to prioritize your packing. Very sturdy and comfortable. I love this bag"
– Brandon
1.0 5
"The stitching on this bag is REALLY bad. Any piece of thread you see can be pulled and it will all come apart without any force, because the ends of the stitching have not been closed properly. If you like to sew a lot, then this is the bag for you. If you want a bag you can use and not fall apart, then look for a different one. This is just not a good bag"
– WT
2.0 5
"Bought this to use at college to carry books and a computer; not even tactical gear, thank God. Zippers broke, stitching came undone on inside of pack in less than 3 months. Didn't even make it through one semester. Buy another pack. I also bought the Drago pack as a back up. The Drago pack is ROCK SOLID! I wasted good $$ on the ModGear, where I could have added that $$ to the purchase of something more sturdy. This one is a loser folks. The other reviews were correct, and I blame myself for not taking their advice. Take mine and save your $$$."
– TWR
5.0 5
"Used this pack for many months to carry my laptop in my service truck. Has seen lots of abuse and the only damage is where I closed the plastic snaps in the door (my bad). Definitely will get another for a bug out bag."
– Mekanikwill
5.0 5
"Great backpack, very well made, and lots of room and storage pockets. Used this pack for many months to carry my laptop and 40 lbs of B.O.B. gear. It's still very comfortable on the back. I have no problems with the stitching. Looks good to me. A great buy for the price. I also added a Tactical Trauma Kit and will add a ModGear Shotgun Scabbard next."
– Randiesel
5.0 5
"I've had this bag for 6 months now and it has handled everything I've thrown at it. It gets handled from my house to my car, to the station, into the squad car, and back again, everyday without a single problem. The zippers and stitching are in perfect order after all the abuse. I keep my riot helmet, full rain coat, 15.6 in laptop, survival kit, food, ammo, extra flashlights, batteries, gas mask, medical trauma kit, glow sticks, extra radio, etc. on or in the bag (and there is still room to spare)! The MOLLE webbing is sturdy and useful as well since I added four more bags/magazine holders. The bag is a great deal and looks sharp in black. Thanks, CTD."
– Marko
4.0 5
"When I got my first ModGear backpack, I was excited. For the next three weeks, it was great. Now I have to put it to the test. So far, it has held up well. Still more test for endurance. So far a good bag."
– chahib
5.0 5
"Great Backpack for the money. Has held up well on many hiking trips."
– Michael