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Product Code:
  • 129

Quick Overview

Whether out on a rigorous mission or on a weekend trip into the backcountry, the durable, double duty Condor Medium Assault Pack will keep you mobile. Its newly improved efficient design will allow operators quick access to their gear, making it an ideal choice.


  • Heavy-Duty carry and drag handle
  • Double zipper pulls on all compartments for easy access
  • MOLLE webbing for modular attachments
  • Compression straps
  • Padded mesh back panel
  • Imported


Additional Information

  • Volume:1846 Cu In
  • Overall dimension: 19"H x 12"W x 9"D
  • Available in:
  • Olive Drab (001)
  • Black (002)
  • Coyote Brown (498)



Customer Reviews

Can't go wrong with this bag ! Review by JUSTIN (Virginia) 7/9/2018 10:23 AM
I've had my bag for little over 8 years until some street thugs broke into my truck and grabbed it, that bag has been with me threw thick and thin. You name your flavor! its been there and done that. Planning on ordering same bag. No complaints from this guy (Posted on 7/5/2019)
Excellent bag Review by Aaron (Ontario, Canada) 6/3/2018 12:39 PM
I’m a police officer and have been using this bag as my duty bag / go bag for about 6 months now. It fits all my work winter kit (toques, spare gloves, etc) and my normal work gear (extra flashlight, batteries, hand sanitizer, latex gloves, gum etc). The molle loops have enabled me to add a water bottle pouch to the side of the bag as well. I can reach these items while driving with the bag in the passenger seat. I also just used the bag as my travel bag while on vacation- although it’s a medium sized pack, I still fit almost all I needed for one week. I had the bag on my back for hours at a time while traveling and it is very confortable. Instead of most bag which rest only on your upper back, this bag is a bit longer and rests along my entire back ensuring no extra strain on the shoulders. It’s a durable construction - no issues so far with durability. My only complaint with the bag is when it’s packed full, it’s difficult to reach things at the bottom of the main pouch. You have to remove multiple items to get to the bottom. All in all, highly recommend this bag! (Posted on 7/5/2019)
Really good pack Review by David (Texas) 12/23/2016 1:41 PM
I slowly worked my way up bug-out bags starting with a flimsy Emergency Red POS. I have had this bag, fully loaded at 25 lbs in my trunk for 3 years, in and out, and on short hikes. I'm confident that you can put 72h worth of survival in this bag. I do add a 4lb free standing tent (included in the 25 lbs) with straps to the bottom. The compartments are a little hard to get into because the zippers are a tad shorter than I'd like, but overall quality is excellent. (Posted on 7/5/2019)
Put to the test and it passed Review by Dan (Boulder CO) 4/3/2016 8:09 AM
I normally carry 42 lb. of bricks in this thing to train. After you get it adjusted, it handles that solid weight like a champ. Here is a trick if you want to remove the hip belt for sleeker traveling - push your hand to separate the hook and loop from one side of the belt and then insert a folded piece of paper to keep them from reattaching. That will give you a chance to separate the other side and slide out the belt. (Posted on 7/5/2019)
Best Dang Bag Review by Joseph Bush (Ohio) 8/19/2014 2:43 PM
This is the best bag for camel back radio with headset and has a ton of room. Add on space galore Rugged as heck The flap overhang covering zippers increasing water and sand resistance by protecting zipper This is no runts bag this is the perfect bag. The handle is rugged with inner support bar so it does not wrap and gring into your hand. .... Best bag ever (Posted on 7/5/2019)
Awesome. Review by David (Eastern Oklahoma) 3/14/2014 12:13 PM
At first this pack seemed a little overbearing due to all of the straps and pouches, but in about fifteen minutes I got it situated on my person. Fits my two 1.5 inch binders in the main compartment plus my math textbook,plus sketchbook and my music folder (which is about to explode from 8 years worth of music) and would fit clothes for four days if packed tight. The upper pouch fits my calculators, pencils, sharpeners, ect., with lots of spare room. The fromt compartment holds my notebooks and free papers with some room to spare. The one downside to this pack, to me, is the waist belt. I'm a pretty skinny guy at 6' 160lbs, and with the belt tightened completely it did not help weight distribution. But that's not my issue. My issue is REMOVING the belt. Its ment to slide in and out for preference, but they may have well just down it on because it has Velcro on both sides of it. It was a terrible pain to remove, but once I got it out it was fine. Just note, if you're gonna put it back in, be wary of what it takes to get it out. Other than that, this pack beats my expectations and I would recommend it to anybody. And with all the Molle, I bought two EMT pouches (Condor) for a little extra space for pencils and calculators. I'll be taking this pack on my spring break hiking trip this year, and I'm pumped. Thanks Condor! (Posted on 7/5/2019)
My Favorite Pack! Review by James Hart (Cheyenne Wyoming) 10/30/2013 4:34 PM
Why do I love this pack? Because of the versitility. with all the Molle attachments you can rig this bag to carry the gear you need for the job your doing. Last year for a bike ride across Iowa, I took the shoulder straps and waist belt off and attached the bags to a external stiffener with hooks and bungee cords and used them like Panniers, they worked great. On my pack I have attached two molle canteen carriers. Two gadget pouches and a Utility pouch, so I now have more room. The one thing I have added are two verticle compression straps. The straps help support the bottom of the pack and compress it down to hold the load in place. Something to think about. All in all this is my favorite day hiking pack,or an over night bag when the weather is good. (Posted on 7/5/2019)
Great pack! Review by Jake (Cali) 11/21/2012 5:29 PM
This pack is awesome! Theres molle everywhere so you can customize it however you like. Its hydration compatable which is great for hiking and its just the right size for a bug out bag. The padding on the back is very cofortable and the pack itself is pretty lightweight. The cordura material its made out of is very nice and the pack looks like it will last a long time. This pack is worth every penny! Buy it! (Posted on 7/5/2019)
Buy This Pack! Review by Joel (Australia) 11/26/2011 4:04 AM
This pack is great! If you are out hiking, camping or fishing this pack will make your day. With all the room to put your pouches on you can create this pack into whatever design u wish. 5 STAR PACK!! (Posted on 7/5/2019)
Good Field Pack Review by Phil (Texas) 6/5/2009 8:13 AM
This is a good, solid field pack. I have had mine for two years, and it makes every trip to the woods, field, or swamps. Plenty of cargo room for my equipment, ammo, hydration bladder, and other kit needed in the field. Molle system allows me to add what ever capacity is needed. (Posted on 7/5/2019)

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