First Tactical Specialist .5 Day Backpack 180006

Item Code: 180006
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  • Dimension: 11" x 17" x 6.5"
  • Greater Main Compartment Organization
  • First Tactical's Hook And Hang Thru System
  • Repositionable/Replaceable Compression Straps
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    The First Tactical Specialist .5 Day Backpack features dual density shoulder straps, double layered bottom, internal hook/loop mounting system, and a reliable external web platform compatible with MOLLE/PALS set this tactical pack apart from others in strength, function, and comfort. With ample space for your essential gear, superior organizational features, and featuring First Tactical’s new Hook & Hang Thru System, the Specialist 0.5-Day backpack is the best choice for quick trips or EDC.

    Repositionable/Replaceable Compression Straps
    Completely repositionable or removable straps allow users the ability to personalize their pack to fit their needs.

    First Tactical's Hook And Hang Thru System
    Our innovative Hook and Hang Thru System compartment unzips at the top and bottom of the Half-Day Backpack, allowing specialized items like First Tactical’s Rifle Sleeve or other oversized tactical gear to slide through and securely hook & hang in place.

    Greater Main Compartment Organization
    The main compartment opens to a single mesh pocket and 2 interior drop pockets with hook/loop cinch providing optimal room for a half-day tactical pack. On the back, a hook/loop organization platform allows for ultimate customization.


    • Main compartment 11” L x 17” H x 6.5” D / 27.9cm L x 43.2cm W x 16.5cm D
    • Top Front Catch Pocket 8.5” L x 4” H x 1” D / 30.5cm L x 25.4cm H x 11.4cm D
    • Admin Pocket 9.75” L x 12.5” H x 2” D / 30.5cm L x 25.4cm H x 11.4cm D
    • Approx. Capacity 1525 cubic inches / 25 liters
    • Weight 2.95 lbs. / 1.3 kg
    • Pockets: 5 external, 3 internal
    • 1000D water resistant nylon
    • YKK zippers
    • Duraflex hardware
    WARNING: This product may contain chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information, go to

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