125: 3-Day Assault Pack
|The Condor 3 Day Pack offers large cargo main compartment and multiple outter pockets to organize all your gear.
Total of seven compartments:
- Large load cargo capacity compartment with separate pocket to fit up to two 3L hydration bladders.
- Body contour shoulder straps with D-Ring for equipment attachment, sternum starp and waist belt.
- External side compression straps.
- Heavy-Duty carry and drag handle.
- Two double zipper pulls on the main compartment for easy access.
- Individual foam pad back panel for extra comfort and maximum airflow.
- Grommets on all compartments for drainage.
- Main Compartment with gear straps to secure gears and two extra mesh pockets. (22" x 13" x 8")
- Second Compartment contains three map/document pockets, two radio pockets, and penholders.
- Two large pockets on the back, bottom pocket (12.5" x 6" x 3") with three elastic closure mash pocket and a zipper mesh pocket.
- Two side pockets (9" x 5" x 2.5") one on each side.
- One Compartment for hydration systems.
||22"H x 17"W x 11"D; 3038 cubic inches
||MultiCam®, Olive Drab, Black, Tan, Coyote Brown
Best bag for BOB
6/29/2016 10:45 AM
This is by far the best backpack you can get for your bug out bag (BOB).
Here's the top 5 reasons why:
1) It's plenty big for most people's needs to survive for 3 days
2) The construction is top notch, so the bag will hold up under the worst of conditions
3) The layout of the bag is awesome to keep your gear neatly squared away, with compartments for quick access items in handy places
4) The price is great compared to the quality that you are getting
5) The bag design makes it carry heavy loads well and fit the majority of people's frames, so you don't get worn down by an improper balanced load
I like this bag so much that I own two of them. Why? Because they are that good.
If you are on the fence, consider that out of the top 10 backpacks on the market for a BOB, this one won #1 on this great BOB guide: http://www.trekwarrior.com/best-bug-out-bag/
Get yours right now, it's an awesome bag!
Great 72hr bag (My 2nd Condor product)
6/15/2016 12:14 PM
I keep 2 packs. 1 in my truck for SAR/K9 needs, and a 72hr in the house. The truck bag needed an upgrade so I took the house bag (then a Condor 134 Assault pack w/shoulder bag) and repurposed it to the truck.
The 125 is now my 72hr bag, and its great. Tons of room, the main pouch alone will hold 2 large/tall and 2 medium Folgers plastic coffee cans. One side pouch alone will hold a triangle handled fold up e-tool and boy scout manual. Big mouth openings on pockets/pouches, nice heavily padded shoulder/waist straps. Good zippers and pulls. Fits me like a glove (6ft 2in, 210lbs) and fully loaded mine weights near 30lbs is and much more comfy that the bag it replaces.
I was able to transfer everything from the old 134 to this bag with room to spare, and STILL have room even after adding a lot of new items to it. As a bonus I was even able to attach the old 134 shoulder bag to this pack using the cinch straps and clips.
Price I found online was very reasonable compared to other brand of packs this size/caliber.
PROS: Lots of space, sturdy, can open main pouch 180deg flat for easy access, good multicam pattern, will probably last forever. Comfy to wear on hikes even loaded to the gills.
CONS: Middle radio/documents pouch a bit cramped when stuffed full. Carries awkward if not loaded properly.
NOTE: I've had the 134 for at least 6 years as I write this and it has held up well, the 125 3day pack should hold up just the same if not longer.
Probably with more compartments I can ever use
2/10/2016 9:23 AM
Read the reviews for months before I decided on this over other well-hyped and what I felt were a bit overpriced backpacks. Didn't regret my decision one bit. The side compression straps allow it to be used as an everyday bag. Puffed up, it's roomy enough for what, 50-60 pounds of a week-long trip stuff -- from a 13" laptop, DSLR, clothes, books, chargers, toiletries, Nalgene bottle. Probably got more compartments than I will normally use. Just one caveat: I just wish Condor made the shoulder straps be adjustable higher up the back as the backpack seems more suited for tallerusers. Good thing it's got a sternum and hip belt to alleviate the load somewhat.
1/16/2016 4:46 PM
I've had this bag in Multicam for almost seven years.
I've taken it on, literally, dozens of flights and road trips. It's been used to carry all manner of hardware (range equipment, ammo), sports gear (paintball, snowboarding), and textbooks (laptop plus large engineering textbooks).
Its been lugged around the woods, hauled up the mountain to camp, tossed in the trunk, tossed onto conveyors by baggage handlers at the airport (I've witnessed them from my window being none too gentle with it), stuffed so full that I have to sit all 260+ lbs of myself onto it to compress the contents so it will zip closed.
Never a broken zipper, never a failed strap, never a cracked buckle. Never. This is one of the most durable, dependable products that I have ever purchased - in any category.
3 day pack
10/31/2015 10:20 AM
Great pack for light assault or reconnaissance ops. With 5 field trading exercises, this pack has earned it's place in my load out. 3 things I'd like to see in the next gen are:
1- molle webbing covering entire side surfaces.
2- better top shoulder straps attaching to the main body of the pack.
3- adjustments at the upper shoulder straps point where it attaches to the main body.
The pack molds well to your upper body but could use some mods at the shoulder straps. This is a weak point but as I said, the pack has performed exemplary with no malfunctions.