Owner Review - Condor 3 day assault pack
- Condor 3-Day Assault Pack
By: Andrew Pilon
Name: Andrew Pilon
Height: 5’ 10”
City, State, Country: Hudson, New Hampshire, USA
Backpacking Background: I am a light to mid-weight hiker who only carries the essentials. I like to hike during every season and rain or shine. I appreciate durable and quality gear.
Model: 3 Days Assault Pack
Manufacturer URL: www.condoroutdoor.com
Year of Manufacturer: N/A
Manufacturers Weight: 6lbs.
Measured Weight: 5lbs. 12oz.
Country of Origin: Imported
Product Description: This pack is amazing. Large compartment fits all kinds of equipment. There is a separate compartment that holds two(2) hydration bladders. Padded shoulder straps, waist belt and sternum strap. Heavy duty carry handle and side compression straps. Padded back that is very comfortable. Grommets in all compartments. Numerous internal mesh pockets. 3038 cubic inch volume. Dimensions: 22” H, 17” W, 11” D.
Initial Impressions: When I first got this backpack my attention was drawn towards the quality. The material that it is made out of is very durable and strong. The double zippers are awesome and very tough. The shoulder straps are comfortable and strong. I could tell it was a great product before I even used it.
Field Performance: This backpack has held up extremely well during hikes and kept my equipment dry while it was raining. It was comfortable to wear while mountain biking. It was great on longer trips because it is able to hold two (2) hydration bladders.
Summary: This is the best backpack I have ever owned. Highly recommend for any outdoorsman. Overall a great backpack.
Key Features: Durable construction, internal mesh pockets, double zipper, M.O.L.L.E.
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