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Falcon II Backpack

rated 4.5 of 5 stars Great pack for day hikes or if you're into less being more. Had this pack for about a year now, and I really dig it. 1520 cu in, though it's not very big... it makes up for it in other areas. I don't lug a lot of gear out unless I plan on being gone more than 3 days so it really works for me. The MOLLE system really kicks it up a notch as far as attaching MOLLE gear. I have easy access to my med kit, and a few other items that I've attached. Although it's not your typical backpack, and tends to… Full review

Sabercat

rated 4.5 of 5 stars This pack is absolutely perfect. Lots of room for anything that you'll NEED. I tend to pack a bit on the heavy side. Added shoulder suspenders and had no discomfort or fatigue at all. Lots of useful compartments and plenty of room for add-ons, ie: water bottle, first aid, etc. Simply put, you won't be disappointed. Very useful in any aspect. Maxpedition is no bobo junk. This is high quality stuff. Every pocket and compartment is useful and well placed. Can withstand A LOT of weight with just some… Full review

Falcon II Backpack

rated 3.5 of 5 stars Excellent buy for its durability and capacity. Not so great as far as comfort is concerned. It truly is "Hard-use Gear." All the reviews I read and people I talked with spoke highly of Maxpedition products and their rugged construction. I purchased the Falcon II pack and was eager to get it so that I could make use of its features. I am very impressed at its size and capabilities. The M.O.L.L.E. system makes add-ons a cinch and the dedicated hydration pocket is a must-have in my opinion. The first… Full review

Sabercat

rated 5 of 5 stars Maxpedition makes a larger lumbar hip pack and multipurpose bag called the Sabercat Versipack.  It is a lumbar type pack it also has the ability to stow the belt harness and also take a regular shoulder strap. Also it can be a hand bag based on it's SRB type handle. It is covered with many mil spec webbing attachment points. You can use Tac Ties or other Molle web attachment devices to get use out of these. There are a hundred ways to use this bag, that is why they call it a Versipack.  It has… Full review

Condor II

rated 4.5 of 5 stars Maxpedition puts a lot of effort into gear that will withstand the roughest use. The benefit of their gear is that it is also comfortable.  Their Condor II is no different.  The pack has about 1900 cu inches of storage space between the main pocket and two exterior pockets.  Starting with the exterior, the material is 1000 denier nylon.  It's fairly light but extremely tough.  Here's the interesting part... I've used my backpack for 6 years and it looks like it's brand new...because it's coated… Full review

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Maxpedition Hard-Use Gear
P.O. Box 5008
Palos Verdes, CA 90274
USA

phone: (310) 768-0098
toll-free: (877) 629-5556
fax: (310) 515-5950

website: www.maxpedition.com
email: info@maxpedition.com