5.11 Tactical MultiCam RUSH 12 Backpack - 56954
Ideal for use as a small carry-on, Go Bag, or for shorter day trips, the 5.11 RUSH 12 pack comes fully-loaded with maximum utility features. A special pocket fits most laptops with two mesh pocks to hold computer accessories or electronics that need to stay easily accessible. The main compartment in the front of the pack fully opens wide and has organizational compartments for business cards, pens, and other small items, plus two key keepers. The exterior of the compartment contains plenty of web platform to truly customize gear to meet the needs of your mission. Other necessities include a zippered fleece-lined sunglasses pocket, built-in hydration system, anti-skid pads to keep your pack in place and fasteners for added waist belts.
- Main compartment: 18" x 11" x 6"
- Capacity: 1296 cu. in. / 21.2 liters
- Water-resistant and incredibly durable 1050D nylon
- 16 total compartments, pockets, and slots to stow and organize your gear
- Large zippered Administrative compartment with 9 pockets and slots
- Zippered fleece-lined eyewear pocket
- Compatible with hydration systems up to 60 oz.
- Web platform on front, sides, and shoulder straps
- Two external compression straps
- Contoured yoke shoulder strap system with elastic keepers for strap ends
- Adjustable height sternum strap
- Self-repairing YKK zippers with large glove-friendly pull tabs
- Velcro name-tape and flag/patch holders
Straight out of the box, you'll have the opportunity to customize your pack to meet your specific needs, thanks to the insane amount of thought put into each storage pocket.
Strength is key in keeping your belongings secure, which is why this pack is constructed with ultra durable 1050 Denier nylon. This water-resistant material ensures the safety of your gear.
For the design of this backpack, 5.11 teamed up with Special Operations Combat Veteran SGM (RET) Kyle E. Lamb. He served his country for 21 years and was decorated for valor for his actions in Mogadishu, Somalia, during the battle that was made famous by the movie Blackhawk Down, and during Operation Iraqi Freedom.