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

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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.

Without a doubt, this is the best operationally designed MOLLE pack we have seen, providing the lightweight versatility of the MOLLE system, and the attention to detailing of an advanced backpack. Weighs 5.2lbs, constructed of rugged nylon. This premium pack is defined by every zipper being corded for quick access and every stitch has been planned to maximize the versatility and functionality of this Ultimate MOLLE Pack. Coyote Tan. 1000 Denier nylon construction.
Total number of Reviews: 45

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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
3.0 5
"I bought it for use a bug out bag and loaded it up emergency supplies. I bought if a year ago and it remained stowed away in the trunk of my car or in a corner at home. I wuold only break it out to repack it when I added or removed a peice of equipment. I noticed a number of places where it is coming apart at the seams. I'm glad that it came apart in my trunk and not when I actually needed it to perform."
5.0 5
"This is a great piece of load-carrying gear! Outstanding quality and attention to detail. I wish I had this in the Sand Box. Camping, hunting, hiking, combat, or just going to the shooting range, this pack keeps everything separate and handy. They truly thought of everything for this piece of gear, including the hydration bladder space. I'm ordering a bladder and extra pouches right after I finish this review. The price is right, too. I would have paid two or three times as much for this."
– Panchito
2.0 5
"A friend bought this pack for me on my b-day. Great idea with all of the pockets and zippers...everything i need to keep stuff where i can find it!! But the price you pay is in the low qaulity stiching..mine started falling apart right away!! So i had to take mine to a sew N joe and they double stiched everything again and fixed pockets that had come undone..other than that...great pack...just needs some better stiching!!!Rangers lead the way!"
– Capt Innes 7th ranger bat
5.0 5
"I am notorously hard on equipment so I purchased this bag with low expectations. I have been pleasantly surprised by its performance so far. I have used it hiking, camping, been used as a range bag and countless days hauling stuff at work. I have no reason not to highly recommend this pack to anyone. Hope you are as pleased with yours as I am with mine."
– PigPen
2.0 5
"All I use this for is to schlep my laptop back and forth to work. Often a change of clothes as well. Two of the zippers have since crapped out, and all the stitching is SINGLE row. I'd pay an extra 30 bucks for YKK zippers, and triple stitching. 500 rounds of .308 WILL spill out of this pack as soon as you hit the dirt! DO NOT bring into the shyte!!!!!!!"
– Onelegpaddy
4.0 5
"I was going to give this pack a great write up because from first glance it looks to be 5 bullets but when I looked it over I noticed that the Zipper to the largest compartment appeared to be busted. I opened and closed it and it did the trick, Self healing Zippers work wonders. Also the color looks more green then tan. The stitching is bad in spots, the machine looks like it missed spots and over sewed other areas. Lose in spots, I will have to wait and see what happens with this one. Bottom line, Great functionality with maximum storage. This pack is well worth the money but I dont know about longevity. Not crazy about the Huge made in China tag inside but these days what isn't made in China! All that aside it is a nice bag and good Bang for the buck, great design with a high degree of user friendliness without wasted space. A good knock off worth buying."
– Spec JB
3.0 5
"I bought this pack knowing full well that it probably wouldn't last more than a few months. What can you really get for 40 bucks that is not crap! I used it every day in Hawaii working in Haleakala NP, hiking 5 to twenty miles per day through some really un-fun lava fields and brush like the desert. I like the design and the ability to access items from the pack. I bought it because I did not want the airlines to lose or rip of a 300 dollar Kifaru Zulu and I would say for the price I got my money out of it. It has developed problems with the zippers. The strings attached to the zippers detached themselves but I just used 550 cord. The inside pockets started to unravel and fray. The belt is starting to come apart at the padding. The straps are starting to unattach at the point of stitching to the pack also. I had no problems with the Molle attachments breaking. I had a large 1st aid pouch on the back and it has made it through several airports still in place. I also like the side attachment points for a Molle radio pouch. The pack survived several sling loads out of a jungle, a dunking in the ocean, and can also haul alot of beer in it to the beach. I would suggest (if anybody cares) to make it in ACU pattern, to reinforce the stitching to 2 or 3 rows, to improve the belt material, and to put some velcro on the back so you can attach name tags or whatever. I also had this pack stuffed to the gills shipped back to the states by our friendly Postal Service who trashed the box it was in and the backpack survived. If you will not see another resupply for 6-8 months, spend the money for a real pack. If you don't mind fixing this pack when it breaks or are just looking for a cheap substitute for a high dollar pack, get it. I am getting another one-why not?"
– CPT Midnight
5.0 5
– enforcagent
2.0 5
"I bought this for my wife to hold her book and workout gear when she went the school. The zippers started opening up by themselves and the single stitching started ripping out in various stressed places. If you're going to make a big bag it has to be designed to hold a big bag's weight. This one is junk. The design is awesome, though it's just the quality that stinks. I guess I just got what I paid for."
– Thad
5.0 5
"I ordered this pack even after reviewing the complaints of broken zippers and poor stitching and I am glad I did! I had researched this pack extensively on many sites and it was one of the most highly rated packs on all of them. On any other site, you are looking at paying $80 to $100, so let's remember that this is army *surplus* and their might be problems with the pack but it's at a greatly reduced price. My pack came the day after I ordered it, had absolutely no zipper issues and all of the stitching looked fine...and I sew extensively so I would no what to look for. On a practical note, I am very short and this is one of the only packs I could find that fit my 5'4\" frame comfortably without being specially made. This pack is very large, I can literally fit my 3 year old 38 pound son in it .... I actually tried it and it worked. I was able to fit supplies to last him and I a three day hiking/camping trip...that includes diapers and wipes. So, yeah, it's large and hauls a lot!I highly recommend this pack. It's a great price and a good bag."
– An actual female reviewer :)
5.0 5
"This bag spent almost a year with me in Afghanistan and held up well. Considering some of the poor reviews I read, I wasn't expecting it to hold up, but it did hold up well and I was impressed with it. I would recommend this bag to anyone!"
– A Loyal Customer
2.0 5
"As well-thought-out as the organization and storage in and on this pack happens to be, it IS NOT, under any circumstances, designed to be thrown into \"real world\" service. This is NOT .mil surplus gear, it is manufactured for CTD by a contractor.I purchased this pack to use for a portion of an operational medicine training exercise outside of the US. During a field training exercise, I experienced a complete failure of the right shoulder strap that required a half-a** field repair for the pack to be functional the rest of the day.I will give CTD kudos for refunding my purchase and \"making things right;\" however, to advertise that this pack is ANYTHING like actual, hard-use gear is WRONG. As thrifty as I am, when it comes to gear, you almost always get what you pay for."
– dbledsoe
3.0 5
"I ordered this bag expecting it to be, like all their other products, from Condor Outdoors. I also ordered a couple of their MOLLE EMT pouches at the same time. The pouches are indeed Condor products, and feel solid and well built. The bag, however, is tagged \"Voodoo Tactical\" and just doesn't feel as well built. The nylon doesn't feel as thick as the Condor pouches, and the thin nylon dividers inside don't seem like they will last long. I hope this backpack proves me wrong and is more durable than it seems. I don't expect it to survive daily outings in Afghanistan or Iraq, but this will be an occasional camping / Bug-out 3-day pack for me. I just hope if I ever have to rely on it, it doesn't fail me. :("
– ImFromTheGovt
5.0 5
"I was a little worried about this pack based on the reviews, but when it arrived I didn't see any of the deficiencies written in other reviews. Although, I just got it yesterday and haven't used it yet, so time will tell. Plenty of room I can't wait to see how much I can pack in it. Tons of pockets and compartments to keep things organized."
– Brian in KS
3.0 5
"Although the seams, zippers and inside pockets may need an extra stitch here and there my ruck has served me pretty well for the paltry price I paid for it. It has suffered a small rip alongside the inside pocket seam but it's probably from me over stuffing it past it's design. Overall, I'm very happy with the purchase and it has already been on a short deployment with me both stateside and overseas. Good Bargain."
– Sinatra877
5.0 5
"I love this pack. ive had no problems from this pack at all, was highly suprised with the room it has, its by far the best, used it hikeing all over bama and holds everthing i need, add a bladder (molle-455) and a few molle bags and you couldnt ask for anything better. Id recomand this to everyone, it has my approval. Its worth ever penny!"
– Grimshold
3.0 5
"This pack has almost every feature you\uFFFDd find in a Maxpedition pack at less than half the cost, but it does have some drawbacks. This pack is Condor brand which I\uFFFDve had great experiences with on smaller MOLLE gear. However shortcuts in build quality become more apparent when the pack becomes so large.PRO: Huge storage volume, bigger than I thought, great lumbar support. CON: The pack tends to sag and weight collects towards the back / bottom which can get you off balance and put additional pressure on your shoulders. PRO : Huge amount in internal organization including buckled straps inside the main compartment for tying down gear. CON: Internal pockets of very low quality \uFFFD will not last long. Many do not provide enough support to prevent the contents from sagging towards the back. Overall, it\uFFFDs a good camping pack, but I would not trust it for serious backpacking."
– Chris
5.0 5
"I bought this bag while deployed in Iraq, it turned out to be the best bag i have purchased to date. It holds a ton of stuff and has lots of this internal pockets that keep your gear together. Plus after i got back from Iraq, i took a family trip from Germany to the states and had to load up with mine and my sons gear (8 months old) full of toys and food supplies. It still had room for me to find things at the airport to stuff in there for on the spot toys for my son. So its a multi purpose bag. i also use it everyday to ride on my motorcycle for my entire uniforms, boots and misc stuff i take on a daily basis."
– Scott Freche
1.0 5
"This bag is huge and well thought out but it does not stand up to real-world operations. I bought it for a deployment to Iraq and the first time I used it was to carry personal gear on the plane ride over. When the plane landed in Baghdad, the right buckle and strap failed as I was getting off of the plane. It's now all held together by duct tape. This bag did not even hold up long enough to get to the war zone. I am very unsatisfied. I would recommend you purchase a better quality bag."
– Dissatisfied
3.0 5
"I got this pack as a gift not really expecting too much from it considering the price. To be honest I didn\uFFFDt expect it to survive Mojave viper in CA. but it held up just fine through all of that. I\uFFFDve used it for humping 500 rounds of 7.62 around 29 Palms all the way to using it for laundry. It has ridden god knows how many miles around Iraq with it strapped to a either a 7-Ton or MRAP. The only issues I\uFFFDve had with it are the inner divider has torn a few times and had to be sewed, on one of the side straps the buckle busted, and I replaced the zipper pulls with 550cord after the first one broke again. not that big a deal. I would I buy another one for sure at the same price. I\uFFFDm happy. Mine was labeled CONDOR not Voodoo Tactical."
– mcgrunt0331
5.0 5
"I ordered this backpack a couple of weeks ago and I was very impressed once I received it and got to see all the compartments and features this bag has to offer. I took it hunting last weekend and loaded up about 30 lbs of equipment in it. The excellent design of the straps and butt pad made the weight distribute evenly and was very comfortable to wear for a long hike. The only negative this I could say about this pack is I ordered it in Coyote TAN but it looks more like a light green. This was very disappointing but I was open minded and realized the design of the backpack made up for the lack of color."
– az-hunter
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
"This bag is indeed a knock off of the camel back version, which is about $250. This bag has TONS of storage options, inside and out, and the quality is decent. The zippers, zipper loops, and buckles are complete garbage--one broke the first day with a simple pull, and another a month after. The plastic is just not up to par on quality, but it can be replaced. I've taken this bag with me overseas for over a month and on a very grueling elk hunt this past fall which ended with me carrying all my gear and a 100+ pound elk head AND my rifle jimmy-rigged on THIS BAG!!! I must have had over 130 pounds of weight bearing on this bag, much of which was not properly loaded because of the size of certain things, and it made it through incident-free."
– Lamarsh
4.0 5
"I bought this bag four years ago, I have used it almost every day since then. I take it to work, I pack it on 1000 mile motorcycle trips, it has gone hiking with me about 20 times, and I still love it. That said, two of the cheap plastic buckles have broken, I have replaced most of them with higher quality buckles. The compression straps tore off, I have reinforced the stitching in the stress areas. Three of the zipper pulls have come off in my hand, I have replaced all of the zipper pulls with 550 cord. I would buy this \"Fake\" bag and put a little work into it before I would pay $200+ on a \"Real\" bag."
– GodlovestheInfantry
4.0 5
"I am pleased with this bag except for one thing, the buckles(female) on the shoulder straps are larger than the male buckles on the bag making it impossible to use the shoulder straps.Only other possibility is they forgot to attach the male ends for the straps. I will have to look for replacement buckles."
– traderjk
5.0 5
"Bought this bag for use as a rucksack for the Army. Have used it for 3 years now including a trip to Iraq. Plenty of room and it withstood almost everything that was thrown at it, waist buckle broke when it was run over by a truck:). When I get home I'm buying one each for both of my kids and my wife."
– Warblade357
5.0 5
"This bag is huge!!! It has tons of storage and fits on your back just right. It comes a little shiny but it should settle out. Also mine was labeled as Voodoo.You can attach a water bladder to it and your set. CTD struck gold on this one."
– Rich
5.0 5
"Looked at a number of these types of bags after watching a number of You-Tube videos on BUG OUT bags. The amount of zippered pockets and storage areas is amazing. The Molle feature allowed me to add a number of other compatable Molle bags from CTD. On the outside of this bag, keeping the larger compartments free for bulkier stuff. It also has a zippered hydration pocket for that purpose. I believe this and all of the other Molle compatable bags I've purchased from CTD are from Condor, which makes really great products. Buy one. You won't be disappointed."
– Henry Bowman
4.0 5
"Awesome bag. Only problem is that after loading a large amount of weight (500+ shotgun shells) the straps have begun to tear from the body. This is due to the stress of weight. Easily fixed."
– Plastik
5.0 5
"This is the most awesome bag ever and I have used tons of bags.There is room for everything you might need. All the other bags I own are going to my kids and nephews. And the customer service is the best. I placed my order on Tues afternoon about 05:00pm and recieved it on Wed. noon."
– Big Mike
5.0 5
"This bags da stufff, Much room for any adventure. Right now in mine --- 4 mre, 2 rough use knifes, Glock 9mm, 150 rounds, emergency med, tent, saw, trench shovel, 200' para cord, volcano stove, 2 rolls duct tape, AR15 mag, hygiene kit, bullet wound kit, blastmatch, large pocketknife, two multi tools, survival kit {CAMP-351}, hand wipes, butt wipes, AR-7, sleeping blanket, pens, pad, head wraps, sunglasses, sunscreen, and last HUGE machete. Machete attaches great with some para cord, and the side clips. THANKS CTDOH and a camlepak bladder!"
– sonebezi
5.0 5
"I'm not sure if the people having trouble with this bag are just neglectful of their gear (which I've seen plenty of in the field, beating up the equipment then blaming the manufacturer) but I carry quite a bit of weight in it, including mag pouches and a pistol holster on the Molle webbing and it takes it like a champ. It has the right amount of compartments without being too gadgetry. I take this thing everywhere, to work, the field, the range, and as an engineer my opinion is it's well designed. I haven't had it for that long and I'm sure things will wear out but for the money, are you kidding me, not even a question it\uFFFDs sweet!"
– Jarhead
2.0 5
"lots of space, sturdy straps but the tiny zippers suck. teeth on 2 zipper pockets broke after 35 days of moderate use."
– Sloan
2.0 5
"The zippers are the downfall on this pack. There is no way the zippers they put on this pack will stand up to harsh or even moderate use. I sent this pack back and got a full refund."
– JP
5.0 5
"Just got the bag and it is amazing. The coyote tan is closer to the OD green in the pictures but I'm pretty sure it will fade into a nice tan color. It has more then enough space for 3+ days but has straps to reduce it's size if not needed. The bag came with 550 cord on the zippers for pulls. The pictures don't do this bag justice when it comes to size and internal space. It is definitely worth the money but I'll have to update later on whether or not it can keep up with the hell a deployment can put on it."
1.0 5
"This pack is a Chinese made piece of feces. One zipper broke before my first hike in it. Just putting in the waist belt caused the stitching in the strap that secures it start to fail. I don't trust it anymore. For crap's sake- I only put about 50 lbs. of gear in it. What am I supposed to do if I need to seriously hump this thing for a few days? Watch it fall apart and lose all my gear? You get what you pay for- don't pay out for this thing. I don't hold CTD responsible for this- people demand cheap gear and they offer it. I am a loyal customer- I like their prices on many things and will continue to buy from them. Just don't buy this crappy thing. It will fail you at the wrong time. Don't buy anything from Voodoo Tactical until they improve their quality."
– Bobathan
2.0 5
"This bag looks great online and once you get it out of the box. I will say that I was impressed with both the size and comfort of the bag. However while I was loading it before I even took it outside the zippers started breaking. Save yourself some time and go with a better brand. CDT stood behind their customer and are giving me a full refund."
– Schwartz
1.0 5
"This pack looks good online and in the magazine, and thats all it is. looks. When I got it I tried one of the zippers and it instantly broke. It wasn't a very big pouch so I figured I would just keep it. Then I took it on a camping trip and another zipper broke. Also, the stitching is of poor quality. So I finaly called CTD costomer service and got a full refund hastle free. I don't blame CTD, but I do blame modgear and will never buy there products again. Don't buy this pack unless you want to spend the money replacing all the zippers and double stitching everything."
– ctd fan
1.0 5
"These packs come from different manufacturers and there's no way to know which one you're getting when you order. I have a black one made by Condor that is the best bag I've ever owned so I ordered a Coyote brown one. It was made by VooDoo tactical and the first time I used it, an outer pouch zipper broke, next time another zipper broke. Voodoo bags zippers are garbage so roll the dice and hope for the best ."
– Doug
3.0 5
"This bag holds everything I need, too big for me as an everyday bag, but glad I got it. So far no problems with the zippers falling apart like others have had, but one does stick-simple tug, and its all good. Would I buy another one, no- but not dissappointed in this bag."
– loid
2.0 5
"I purchased two of these from this site in April, 2011. They held all my gear well. I only had each only 3/4 full. Their only purpose was to hold emergency gear, one in my wife's car, one in my truck. They sat there until about three months ago when a side-pocket zipper broke (still attached to both sides, but it wouldn't seal. The so-called self-healing zipper wouldn't feed back through, so I contacted Major Surplus (since my warranty with CtD had expired). Rather I should say I tried to contact Major Surplus. I left two messages with their answering service on two different days, several days apart. No one ever called me back.By that time, the second pack broke -- on the same pocket, just because I brought it in to add gear. No undue force, just the general \"hey I'd like to open that pocket\" kind of pull.So I wrote a \"stern\" email to their customer service department. From that point on, I got excellent service. Their CS Manager worked with me to ship the items back to CA to get replaced, and while I was on the phone with her later, she set me down long enough to go to the stockroom, get two replacements and store them in her office for me.Be aware that buyers are responsible for RMA shipping costs. I hope these last longer than the first, as they didn't even get moderate use, just storage for emergency gear in a vehicle, and when opened to add gear, they broke.--Joe R."
– jrepasky
3.0 5
"Great layout and size. Stitching and zippers stink. Have to be very careful when zipping them they have a tendancy to open on both sides of the slider. Not very difficult to fix when this happens but still a hassle. Just have to zip carefully. I use this as my carry on for international travel. Carry's a lot of stuff."
– hapmyster
4.0 5
"This is vehicle \"get home bag\" and occasional use as overnight bag. Stitching is fine so far, but IMO it probably should not be considered for long term \"bug out\" bag. Single stitching for shoulder straps may not handle the stress of full load for repeated day carry."
– Will Plan