Rocket™ (15.4 L)

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evac™ series

urban sling pack

Being jammed in confined spaces for hours is an unfortunate part of the business for many professionals we serve. Whether it’s a military unit in an a.p.c., a pilot in a cockpit, drivers in a HumVee, or a journalist in the back of a goat truck, they all have to bring their gear. And they all may need to ‘relocate’ in a hurry. This is the environment for which our Evac™line of sling packs has been geared. They are slim shaped to be easily manoeuvred in crowds, or stored in vehicles/lockers, and are quick to take on or off. They are also ambidextrous, and unlike others in this class, are actually comfortable on the shoulder; The bottom strap clips from either the right or left lower corner and the padded section realigns itself ergonomically in the correct body-hugging direction. The bag can be rotated to the chest for on-the-go access, and all pockets are designed to face the user in this mode on either the right or left side. One-strap-carry also makes shouldering a long-gun comfortable - unlike a backpack.


Color: Black
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Details

_ relatively large volume will hold bulkier items with ease


_ thermo-moulded back panel w/ logo & air-circulation array


_ full hydration bladder compatible (up to 67 oz./2 L)


_ can fit 3 L hydration bladder up to 2.5 L capacity


_ one large pocket for access while on chest w/ organizer


_ one smaller stuff-pocket for gloves etc. w/ patch area


_ large grab-handles for carrying and pulling to chest/back


_ trap-door pass for hydration hose w/ large bite-valve cover


_ internal mesh zip/elastic pockets for organizing items


_ top-open panel zipper can be accessed while on chest


_ silent paracord pullers on our all-YKK® zipppers won't reveal

   your position and they work with gloves.


_ padded shoulder strap with 3-D airmesh for comfort


_ large, locking side-push buckle is easily indexed on chest


_ stabilizer-strap links to either side and keeps bag from sliding


_ top/bottom compression-straps, also secure tubular items



Weapons Accommodations:


_ hydration-pocket fuzzy loop panel for optional hook-backing holster


_ MOLLE all-around for attaching holsters/mag pouches


_ large external pockets fit multiple rifle magazines


_ side flat-pockets for paddle holsters/ rifle magazines




Weapons Fit:


_ up to H&K G36C or MP5 (w/ collapsing stocks)


_ most full-size auto-pistols



What's Included:


_ 1x 1” Stabilizer strap


_ 1x Padded divider

Specs & Dims

External Size ~19.75" L x 13" W x 7.5" D (50 x 33 x 19 cm)

Main Compartment~19.75"
L x 7.8" W x 6.1" D (50 x 20 x 15.5 cm); Side Pockets: ~9.25" L x 5.1" W
x 3" D (23.5 x 13 x 7.5 cm); Top Front Pocket: ~5.3" L x 5.3" W x 1.8" D
(13.5 x 13.5 x 4.5 cm); Top Bottom Pocket: ~10.3" L x 5.3" W x 1.8" D
(26.2 x 13.5 x 4.5 cm);

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Total Gear Capacity ~15.4 L (939.7 cubic inches) - main compartment only; ~20 L (1,222.8 cubic inches) - including side compartments

Product Weight ~2.4 lbs.

Care Instructions See product tag

Main Material Invista® 1000D Cordura®; PU x2 water repellent coated for superior water resistance.

Design Simi Valley, California - In-House Team.

Manufacturing Imported

Instruction/Care

Customer Reviews

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Tom
Loved first, getting rid of it after

I absolutely loved the pack overall. Now I've been using it for more than 6 months and here is a huge list of design flaws collected. First of all - the advertised size of the pack. Hazard4 guys know this pack is small and they keep actual volume in a secret. Check the specs: full capacity of the pack is calculated using external measurments (width with lower pockets by height with carry handles by depth with front pockets that don't cover all the area of the pack). My measurements of the main compartment between seams lead to 9 liter volume plus about 5 liters total of all four external pockets. It gives me 15 liters capacity at best. The practice volume is even smaller, just a quick example: most likely you won't carry anything with your 32oz bottle into the side pouch, wich is larger, so you lose about 0.5 liter of volume that way. The large front pouch has weak admin function. The 2-way vallet is fine, but I wasn't able to comfortably fit standart size pen in vertical pockets. Also these pockets are too deep for lighter, small multitool or flashlight so have to dig in them to find it. The upper pouch of the pack is a bit small to easily hold a sunglasses case. I keep putting the case there diagonaly anyway. Just wish it was a half or full inch higher and wider. The lower cargo strap is totally useless as advertised. If I tight something stiff with it (say goretex bivy cover, self-inflatable mat or tent with poles rolled in it) the package will fell off in some minutes of walking with the pack. Tightening a jacket maybe is OK but I'm afraid to loose it that's why I never use this strap to carry anything under the pack. It works as a compression strap, but it's too bulky to serve that purpose. I wish there were some PALS provision below the pack to attach an utility pouch or a waist bag, or just to be able to hold two removable 1inch straps with buckles. That should hold a roll. Main compartment is fine, but it has the most impact from overestimating the volume of the pack. Make it one PALS loop deeper, half of inch wider (I had some problems with my Source bladder fitting in its compartment because of the wide plastic clip that holds its upper end shut) and 2 inch higher. And the last and most important note is the single strap design. Sling style is the first reason why I bought the pack and you guys did a great job to reduse its disadvantages. Strap is large, soft, meshed. Cool. But still it is a single strapper and very soon I discovered that if carry 15 pounds in the pack I will be extremely tired by the afternoon. Also impossible to run with this pack even with stabilizing strap fastened- it just bounces as hell. So my needs are of a two-strapper pack, larger in volume and more organized inside, with comression straps below allowing to securely carry a roll. I see the Plan C made some steps toward my perfect pack but still have some cons. Maybe I will answer the call of the design and try the Plan C for now. Keep moving.

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Seb
Good investment

I bought this pack 4 years ago. I did not regret my purchase ever since. Despite the normal wear and tear from the every day use plus a few camping and international trips. A great travel companion. Amazing quality and good prize from strangers who like what they see. Keep up with the amazing job guys.

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Steve E
Search and rescue TL

I am a member of a search and rescue team in the UK ,I have used this pack on callouts and training days and found it to be a perfect piece of kit.

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Conway T
Cool bag

This bag is great! During the days for my Karate training, I'll stuff my Gi, sparring gloves and lecture notes in(I usually go for training right after school). And they surprisingly fit well! Although there isn't anymore space for my umbrella(And my umbrella is slightly too long to fit inside the side compartments LOL!!). Would be great if they can increase the width of this bag~ All in all, I love this bag and would recommend you to get it as well!

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Adrian
Versatile, comfortable sling pack

This pack has a lot to offer. It's rugged, functional, comfortable design suggests many applications, from a day pack to a commuter bag or even a range bag for ammo and gear. If you're looking for a good sling pack, this is the one.