3 DAY ASSAULT PACK
- Product Review (submitted on July 5, 2019):
- I keep 2 packs. 1 in my truck for SAR/K9 needs, and a 72hr in the house. The truck bag needed an upgrade so I took the house bag (then a Condor 134 Assault pack w/shoulder bag) and repurposed it to the truck. The 125 is now my 72hr bag, and its great. Tons of room, the main pouch alone will hold 2 large/tall and 2 medium Folgers plastic coffee cans. One side pouch alone will hold a triangle handled fold up e-tool and boy scout manual. Big mouth openings on pockets/pouches, nice heavily padded shoulder/waist straps. Good zippers and pulls. Fits me like a glove (6ft 2in, 210lbs) and fully loaded mine weights near 30lbs is and much more comfy that the bag it replaces. I was able to transfer everything from the old 134 to this bag with room to spare, and STILL have room even after adding a lot of new items to it. As a bonus I was even able to attach the old 134 shoulder bag to this pack using the cinch straps and clips. Price I found online was very reasonable compared to other brand of packs this size/caliber. PROS: Lots of space, sturdy, can open main pouch 180deg flat for easy access, good multicam pattern, will probably last forever. Comfy to wear on hikes even loaded to the gills. CONS: Middle radio/documents pouch a bit cramped when stuffed full. Carries awkward if not loaded properly. NOTE: I've had the 134 for at least 6 years as I write this and it has held up well, the 125 3day pack should hold up just the same if not longer.