Tuesday, November 28, 2017

$25??? - Excellent Quality, Excellent Price! - HQ Issue Reverse MOLLE Ba...

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Today Luke is reviewing a small military style pack which has really impressed him; the HQ Issue Reverse MOLLE Backpack!

Link : https://www.sportsmansguide.com/product/index/hq-issue-reverse-molle-day-pack?a=1935341

Weight : 1.8lbs

Price : $25.00

Colors : Black, Olive and Coyote,

Based on the classic MOLLE packs you've seen throughout history. It features a durable 600-denier polyester shell, ventilated mesh back panel, and contoured shoulder straps for comfort. Get yours here for LESS!

·              Constructed from 600-denier polyester for lightweight durability
·              Ventilated mesh back panel
·              Contoured shoulder straps for comfort
·              Reinforced carry handle for easy transport
·              4 quick-release compression straps
·              Main compartment accepts up to a 2.5L hydration bladder (not included)
·              Covered dual hydration portholes
·              Soft touch-fastener lining won't scratch your gear
·              Dimensions are 10" x 8" x 17"h.
·              1,360-cu. in. (approx. 22 liters) capacity
·              Imported

Order today!

Key Specifications

·              Item Number: 641080
·              Dimensions: 10" x 8" x 17"h.
·              Weight: 1.8 lbs.

Capacity: 1,360-cu. in. (approx. 22 liters)
Country of origin: China

Review :

This is a small pack which is perfect for a day hike.  Perfect for your EDC needs, carrying a handgun for carry and conceal and so on.


  1. Mate will it fit the shoulders and chest of 44 inches plus, and does it have good length on the straps for the Shoulder straps?, otherwise it would be totally too small for me,
    I like it though

  2. The pack looks good and probably a great buy for the price. It's not for me. Waist strap and sternum strap are mandatory. I also require additional strapping at the bottom of any pack. I tend to buy packs and then push their boundaries way past what is recommended. I would like to make a request. I find in the packs I buy over the Internet that there is a big discrepancy between advertised pack volume and actual pack volume. I wonder if there is a way for Luke to measure pack volume, sort of like his product weight comparisons. Also, zippers. I have big problems with pack zippers, as one can imagine. I am constantly replacing and repairing pack zippers. Is there any way to test zipper strength on these packs? I get it, YKK is good but not all packs are made with YKK zippers.