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If you love military surplus and tactical gear, this is a backpack which you should take a look at! This is the Warrior Assault Systems X300 Ruck and it has some very unique features!
Link : https://tacsale.eu/product/warrior-assault-systems-elite-ops-x300-pack-od-green
Alternative Link : https://tacsale.eu/product/warrior-assault-systems-elite-ops-x300-pack-multicam
Price : $319.13
Weight : 6.8lbs approx.
Colors : OD, Coyote, and Multicam
Special Thanks to military shop for making this agenda free review possible. Militaryshop who is also known as tacsale is one of the very few sources that I have been able to find for this pack. They are from Latvia and their site is setup for US shipping and features paypal protection and so on.
Warrior Assault Systems :
About Warrior Assault Systems Warrior Assault Systems is a UK Company with offices in Hereford and manufacturing and warehousing in the North of England. Warrior was established in 2006 with a specific mission; to design and manufacture high quality tactical nylon products, made from the best quality materials, at prices that the average user could afford. Over the years Warrior has been used in combat by some of the best military units from around the globe.
500D Nylon fabric features dyed yarns are inherently stain resistant and easy to clean.
Highest quality nylon threads imported from the USA which are treated against both UV and Mildew.
25mm (1 Inch ) Breaking Strain: 1200 lbs
Forward : This pack has been on the market since 2015 and has since its introduction earned a good reputation overseas for being a high quality tactical pack.
The X300 is an outstanding medium to long range Patrol Pack.
Features : The X300 was designed with specific input from SF units with a requirement for a strong yet light weight versatile pack which allowed for compartmentalized storage with top and middle opening and exceptional comfort. The requirement was for features such as removable padded belt system variable height Harness adjustment 5 external storage pouches with large main compartment. Narrow design allows for efficient movement in a wide variety of environments ( excellent in Urban Environments Narrow Streets Door Ways Houses etc ). The X300 has 3 x Man Down handles ( 1 x Top Center 1 x left side 1 x right side ) which allows for 2 man rapid extraction of casualty.
Access is via a Helmet friendly Top Opening lid with Claymore Style heavy duty zipped pouch on top side also features map style pocket on the inside. Additional access is via the large reinforced center pocket this features a heavy duty size 10 sealed seam zip which opens into a medium sized quick access pocket ( the flap opens top to bottom ) this main external pocket is lined with a heavy duty air mesh fabric which has a similar zip which opens ( bottom to top ) allowing convenient access to the middle and bottom of the pack.
The entire pack is covered in 1″ Inch MOLLE Webbing which allows the attachment of various pouches to increase carrying capacity.
23″ x 11.5″ x 8.5″ (600mm x 300mm x 220mm)
No 1 Outer Compartment
2″ x 11.5″ x 10″ (50mm x 30mm x 260mm)
No 2 Outer Compartment
14.5″ x 10″ x 2″ (370mm x 260mm x 60mm)
No 3 Outer Compartment
1″ x 11.5″ x 4.5″ (30mm x 300mm x 120mm)
55 – 60 Liter – To me, it seems closer to the 55L mark.
Review Pros :
I love the overall design of this pack and in fact, it makes me interested in other products from Warrior Assault Systems. It’s obvious that a great deal of thought and planning has gone into this pack and features elements which are uncommon especially in tactical levels packs.
Good looking pack
Comfortable to wear; more comfortable than many military packs that I have used – I‘ve easily carried 35lbs without any issues and in fact, noticed the weight very little. For myself,
Top notch materials
Tons of webbing for customizing and expansion
Lots of pocks for organizing.
Cost in my opinion isn’t a negative as high end materials cost money. You get what you pay for.
Dual access is awesome!
Including rain cover
Review Cons :
My only con is that the waist belt hardware seems to slip when hiking and I’ve noticed that every couple of hours I would have to make an adjustment.
The pack is heavy empty especially for the size; this is because of the high grade of materials.
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