The GR Radio Ruck is a versatile daypack that can accommodate whatever adventure the day brings.
GoRuck Radio Ruck Review by Brian Hicks:
I bought the GoRuck Radio Ruck over 2 years ago and I love it. It is large enough to hold my laptop, books, and a change of clothes. It has been through one GORUCK challenge and it held up great. It easily fit 6 large brinks and my Camelbak bladder.
I like how it has a presewn hole at the top of the pack for the hydration lines to run. The back has great padding and the shoulder straps are tough and comfortable. It has nice zippered pockets on the inside and out. After thee challenge there was a very small hole in the base of the pack, and GORUCK will repair any damage with their SCARS program. Sadly though, they discontinued the Radio Ruck.
It was a great value and if you can find one on Ebay you should probably buy it! Thanks Coach Brad!
Tip: Use Radio Ruck daily to compartmentalize a change of clothes in the main compartment from a computer and files in the laptop compartment. For the GORUCK Challenge, the Radio Ruck will fit 6 bricks.
Built in the USA of military-grade, highly water resistant materials
Two compartments: one main, one laptop/hydration next to wearer’s back
Main compartment opens flat, internal pocket layout allows for optimal organization
16″ tall compartment next to the wearer’s back extra reinforced to securely take a laptop or hydration bladder into combat
High stress points are strength tested at over 400 lbs
External slant pocket provides quick access to keys, snacks, and other small items
MultiCam rucks are IR compliant
2”x3” section on front allows you to customize Radio Ruck with the patch of your choice (patch is not included)
Scars Lifetime Guarantee
You will want to add a hydration bladder for this pack.
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