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65L Waterproof Outdoor Tactical Backpack Black

$48.00

Introductions:
As a high performance multi-purpose bag, the 65L Waterproof Outdoor Tactical Backpack fills multiple roles, from a tactical assault pack to a hunting backpack to an emergency go-bag. Various compartments provide a wide range of storage options, with each one sized for a specific use. It also offers external compression straps, adjustable shoulder straps, and a centered sternum strap to ensure stability, and waterproof construction to keep your gear dry and secure in any climate. Made with solid fabric, it is ultra tough and durable. Don't hesitate to order now!

Features:
1. High performance multi-purpose bag, 65L large capacity
2. Perfect as a tactical assault pack, a hunting backpack, or an emergency go-bag
3. Various compartments provide a wide range of storage options
4. Each pocket is sized for a specific use
5. Offer external compression straps, adjustable shoulder straps, and a centered sternum strap to ensure stability
6. Waterproof construction, keep your gear dry and secure in any climate
7. Made with solid fabric, ultra tough and durable

Specifications:
1. Color: Black
2. Weight: 59.96oz / 1700g
3. Dimensions: (25.59 x 17.71 x 8.66)" / (65 x 45 x 22)cm (L x W x H)
4. Waterproof: Yes

Package Includes:
1 x Backpack/Shoulder Bag

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