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40L 900D Military Outdoor Tactical Backpack with Hook-and-loop Fastener Black


This Military Outdoor Tactical Backpack is ideal for soldiers' tactical or war-game use, for wild adventure, riding, hiking or other outdoor sports. This backpack is made of superior 900D Oxford cloth, quite wearable and strong in texture. Besides that, a large capacity inner space design is very suitable for several days' walking trip. MOLLE system design on the sides enables you to have easy access to take along with necessary equipment for coping different emergencies. With high strength shoulder strap and sturdy buckles, this backpack can support heavy weight and be soft and comfortable to wear. It will exceed your expectation.

1. 900D oxford cloth is wearable and high quality
2. Large capacity design is suitable for several days' walking trip
3. High strength shoulder straps are reliable
4. All buckles can lock stably
5. It is ideal for wild adventure, tactical use, outdoor sports, etc.
6. MOLLE system design on the sides

1. Brand: Free Knight
2. Color: Black
3. Dimensions: (9.84 x 17.72 x 12.20)" / (25 x 45 x 31)cm (W x H x D)
4. Capacity: 40L
5. Weight: 35.27oz / 1000g
6. Material: 900D Oxford Cloth & Plastic
7. Model: FK9252
8. Flag Magic Stickers: Yes

Package Includes:
1 x Backpack

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