Top 10 Special Forces Backpacks Review 2014

By Brad McLeod 12-7-2014
Top 10 Special Forces Backpacks Review 2014

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Introducing the Eagle Industries Hydration Backpack, the YOTE, constructed from durable 500D Multicam camouflage nylon. Eagle Industries, born from the rigorous standards of the Navy SEAL community, continues to prioritize excellence in its gear. Proudly made in the USA, all Eagle Industries products are Berry Compliant, ensuring top-tier quality for military operatives and backcountry adventurers alike.

This hydration backpack, featuring technical details like dimensions of 11.55 x 6.95 x 17.95 inches and a package weight of 1.32 kilograms, is designed to meet the demands of tactical missions and outdoor excursions. With a limited lifetime warranty and a classic style, this Eagle Industries backpack is an essential piece of gear for military special forces operators seeking reliability, durability, and performance in the field.

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#6 Condor 3 DAY ASSAULT

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