Kelty Map 3500 vs Maxpedition Falcon II backpack reviews

Kelty Map 3500 vs Maxpedition Falcon II backpack reviews

kelty map 3500 backpack reviewsThe Kelty Map 3500 Three Day Assault Pack
has been the preferred Military Assault Pack of the U.S. Navy SEALs for the past 6 years due to its rugged construction and superior design.

Kelty Map 3500 Backpack Reviews by Chris
Quality 5 out of 5 stars
I have used this extensively for periods of a day to multi day activity. It has held up well and still looks good! I like the thought that was put into the organization of this bag, it works. It’s light yet durable, the perfect combination.

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Kelty Map 3500 Backpack Reviews by William
Quality 5 out of 5 stars
I purchased this pack to replace my 10 year old Kelty Zephyr and it does an absolutely amazing job. The internal aluminum frame can be custom tailored to fit YOUR frame. It is extremely comfortable and highly adjustable. I only wished it had MOLLE. I look forward to trying to wear this one out in the next 10 years.

Maxpedition Falcon 2 reviews

The Falcon II Backpack is the go-to backpack if your looking for a durable, ergonomic, and well designed pack. This medium bodied pack is thoroughly constructed with 1050-Denier water & abrasion resistant nylon; yet its ergonomic shape, padded shoulder straps and sturdy sternum & waist support make it easy to wear.

MaxPedition Falcon II Review by Keith
The Maxpedition Falcon II is my favorite pack. It is a medium transport pack that I use for 1-3 day bow hunting trips when I venture from camp. It is narrow enough to ride right on your back without getting in your arms’ way for drawing a bow. It holds plenty enough gear for 1-3 days, and it has plenty of external tie-downs to strap on extra gear or clothing. I’m sure it would do well for rucking, since that’s what my wilderness country bowhunts amount to.

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Maxpedition Falcon-II Backpack review by Airogue
I bought this bag in 2009 from an Army Surplus store for more than they advertise here on Amazon. Worth every penny. I saw it in person before buying so the surprise was not the lack of size, it was the ACTUAL size once you filled her. This bag expands in just the right way to make everything from 72hrs worth of clothing to my 15 inch laptop fit.

The bag fits fully packed under the seat of a larger airliner. The load is comfortable, and with the external compression straps I’ve stuffed the bag but also held jackets, a tent and a water bottle. The Molle attachments are great because I can add additional compartments, bags, firearm magazine pouches.

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