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T3 Hans Backpack
Designed to accommodate the needs of EOD Operations, T3's Hans Backpack is the most versatile backpack on the market today. A large compartment holds 100oz H20 bladder and carries main load for weight distribution, while a smaller compartment holds up to 2 5590 batteries. Side pouches hold either a Nalgene size bottle or a standard C4 Charge. An external compartment is designed to carry a helmet or something of equal size. Plus, there are three ways to carry: shoulder straps, MOLLE and quick connect MOLLE webbing to attach to a plate carrier.
Dimensions 17" X 14" x 12"
Short review: love this piece of kit! I picked this bag up from the T3 shop in Carlsbad before my last deployment. I could not wait to get it out here and load it out. We have a constantly varied mission ranging from 2 hour helo flights with critical patients to 20k walks through the bush. I needed a bag that was light, but could carry Med kit, food, water, comms etc... I was carrying an M9 bag but that couldn't accommodate h20 and food or comms. Then I was carrying a tac tailor 72 hr bag - too big... I like this bag over similar designs such as eagle's yote because the side pockets are a little bigger. Can't say enough great things about this one! Chuck Kelly on 25th Dec 2015
This is one of the best pack I have run across. Used as either a day pack or attached to expand my carrier it works great. I love that the Hydration Bladder can be turned inside out to get it really clean. Peter E. on 16th Apr 2015
The removable shoulder straps are very useful, as the Hans can be attached to a larger pack, or plate carrier with its MOLLE straps. Main pouch can accommodate a PRC-117 radio, or similar-sized objects, and also has a hydration pouch for a reservoir of your choice. Has another big pouch on the back with mesh for drainage, two side pouches, and another little admin pouch on the back. Can fit everything you need on short notice, and definitely built to last. Chuck on 5th Mar 2015