HDE Tactical Military Backpack 20L MOLLE Bug Out Bag Survival Backpacks Hiking Daypacks : Sports & Outdoors
Nylon lining Zipper closure 17″ shoulder drop Military tactical backpack size approx.: 9″ x 9″ x 17″ Heavy duty 600D Nylon construction with quiet Paracord pulls and adjustable chest and waist belts Lightweight and breathable 20L capacity with 4 zippered compartments, 1 padded velcro rear pouch, and top carry handle Molle style webbing, D-rings, and compatible with a hydration pack (not included) Fast-release buckles and padded straps helps relieve weight and reduces fatigue when carrying heavy loads Great for students, hiking enthusiasts, military, first-responder personnel, or anyone with a passion for the outdoors, everyday use
10 reviews for HDE Tactical Military Backpack 20L MOLLE Bug Out Bag Survival Backpacks Hiking Daypacks : Sports & Outdoors
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K. AustinK. Austin –
This is a nice day pack for the price. 4 different size zippered compartments and 1 Velcro compartment on the back for a camelback or whatever and a ton of MOLLE attachments. As you see in the photos I have red 550 cord pulls on the zippers, I cut the metal ones off because they clanked together and made A LOT of noise..there is absolutely NO noise now!
Sunny D. –
Special needs son needed a backpack for an airline flight. I like the multiple compartments. I believe it is going to work wonderfully but I am a bit concerned about how the nylon zippers will hold up over time. And only time will answer that. Overall I do like this pack and son is happy with it.
My first reaction, like many other reviewers, was that this backpack seemed small. However, upon getting it open and beginning to load the pockets, the “small” bag seems to grow! It holds a lot; I work in an outdoor job that requires me to constantly wear a backpack filled with about 10 lbs worth of things, and this fits the bill perfectly.It offers many secure pockets, with multiple straps and buckles to make sure everything stays in its place. In addition, the straps are so comfortable and the pack is so compact that it feels as if the pack isn’t even on when you are wearing it (when loaded with 10 lbs, although I am sure you could achieve nearly the same result with much more in it).In terms of pockets, it has on outer pocket on the back for a hydration bag (hydration bag not included, but it is easy to get an inexpensive one on amazon), a larger first pocket with a sub pocket on one side of it, along with a mesh sub pocket on the other side (this main pocket could easily hold a laptop), a middle pocket that is slimmer than the rear pocket (could also hold a laptop/notebooks), a smaller front “sunglasses” pocket (I use it for sunscreen), and a medium pocket on the front that has a few elastic/small pockets to hold a flashlight, pencil, etc. These pockets can all be made slimmer by 2 adjuster straps along the bottom and side, and can be secured by a buckle that runs along the front of the pack.The straps are padded and have loops to hold either the hydration pack’s nozzle or other round things. It has multiple adjusting straps to allow for maximum customization and comfort, and has a chest and hip strap to hold it in place while on the move.All in all this is a great pack, and I would recommend to anyone who does lots of hiking, or a student who is looking for a comfortable, compact backpack.
Flying Fish –
This was the perfect size for what I needed and had just the right number of pockets. I did not need all the strapping is has, but I easily tucked the extras out of the way. I like that I did not have to add the paracord zipper pulls which some others do not include. Add a couple number 3 black S-Biners for the Molle webbing and the Cocoon CPG10BK GRID-IT! Accessory Organizer – Medium 12″ x 8″ (Black) and you’re really good to go with this!
Love these bags. 20L size. Good material and build. Last one lasted 3 years of daily use. Will buy again for sure!
I bought this as a bug out/ range bag that could carry my AR pistol broken down, a few mags, and odds and ends plus a regular pistol if needed. It is just the right size. The upper is 17″ long and fits in the main compartment perfect. The lower can also go in the main compartment along with the upper but the middle compartment is perfect for it and keeps them apart. The front lower is perfect for 30rd mags side by side flat and could probably fit six in there total.I did spend a lot of time getting the straps how I like them and doubling the shoulder straps through the D rings an extra time for better security. I tucked the chest strap away and removed the waist strap for now. I am not planning on hiking with this.Durability will be the issue. While it looks okay now, time will tell. For the price it’s a great value but only if it turns out to be durable.
Kindle CustomerKindle Customer –
Lots of zippers and pockets. The main zipper will hold a standard letter notebook. On one of the zippered pockets, it just large enough to hold my S&M M&P shield 9mm with holster and an extra 7 round mag.The only bad part that I can see are the shoulder straps; they are soft, but square, it would look better if it were tapered. In addition the scraps are just barley long enough, and I’m an average sized man (69″ tall)
Chris Chapa –
As some other reviewers might have mentioned, right out of the package, some of the loops may not catch the straps as well as one would like, but after putting some weight into the bag, the loops tighten up and the bag holds together quite fine. The only downside is that you will probably need to replace the zipper tags sooner than you should have to, as they kind of snap off easily. That aside, the bag is very handy and is great for a carry-on or a light trip out. It’s not quite big enough to be considered a 3-day pack, but it can hold a good amount of gear.If you’re looking for a smaller size backpack with a tactical look, this is great for the price. Sure you could probably find a better M.O.L.E. brand bag, but for everyday/normal use, this is perfect. I’ve been able to fit: 1 macbook pro, 2 large textbooks, 3 spirals, a pencil/pen bag, portable charger, and a USB fan into the whole bag with a little room to spare and while heavy, not that uncomfortable of a fit.Also, a great backpack of you commute on a bicycle. The tight fit keeps it from jostling around while you pedal!If this bag somehow gets destroyed or damaged, I’ll be replacing it with one just like it immediately.
This is the 20L version of a pack that is widely offered across Amazon. I bought it because, the shoulder straps are removable, there’s plenty of space for its intended use, and it’s built strong enough for that use.The construction of the pack is well done. No loose threads, some tough zippers, and a material that seems to be 600 or so denier nylon. It’ll do for what I’m going to use it for, and then some.I’m rather large so the pack isn’t intended to be worn by me except in an emergency. It’s too small for daily wear. But, in a pinch, it’ll work for that, too.The shoulder padding is a bit on the thin side but, I wouldn’t select this small version for long-term wear, anyway. I have the bigger one and it’s great. This one will hold a whole of smaller items and will be attached to my bike (I have 2). All I can say is: it works for what I want.
Have only used it a few times when doing quick errands on the motorcycle, but I’m impressed with quality of materials, workmanship and overall design. Tons of pockets and options for carrying all sorts of things. Straps seems beefy (although I could do without the center strap between the shoulder straps — doesn’t seem necessary). Zippers seem to be durable and of good quality, too. Good product — well done!