|Size||19"H x 12"W x 9"D|
|Color||Olive Drab, Black, Coyote Brown|
|Notifications||Volumn: 1846 cu in|
The Condor Assault Pack is all around a decent assault pack, like others have noted, the zipper placement is rather silly. The zippers only travel about 1/3 of the way down the actual main pouch, and the zippers snag on the protective zipper cover frequently. However, the pack has lots of MOLLE real estate, and has survived multiple chewings from my doggie.
A VERY USEFUL THING TO NOTE! The buckles on this pack, minus the waist and chest cross strap, are COMPATIBLE with the MOLLE large ruck and the ILBE, with some very simple modifications! There are plastic tabs on the three-pronged connectors that must be simply cut off, and they will connect with the military packs, while still remaining compatible with the Condor pack itself. If any of this is not clear, post here and pictures can be provided.
It a good back but not a tough as some others, I mostly use it as a ruck sack and day back.
-Takes a fair amount of punishment both from mud and rain.
-Has drain holes
-Lots of molle mount points which is good for expanding the packs uses.
-Built in velco, handy for displaying patches.
-Three top access flaps, i use them for running my water bladder tube.
-The back pocket works great for placing a ruck plate into (which can be secured with the solder strap tensioners)
-The main compartment doesn't open all the way, making it difficult to get into the pack sometimes
-In the three years i have had the pack i have had to touch up several of the stitches, not a deal breaker but be aware that you will need to upkeep the stitches.
- The water bladder mounting is not strong enough for 3L bladders.
All and all the pack is a good starter pack, it can handle it self. For the money it is a good pack and I do not regret having it