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Olive Drab Condor Urban Go Bag

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$79.95
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Olive Drab Condor Urban Go Bag
$79.95
UPC:
022886147013
Color:
Olive Drab
Type(A-C):
Backpacks
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Specs & Description
  • Padded laptop sleeve, with zipper closure, and will fit up to 15.4" laptop
  • Main compartment with document sleeve, and mesh pocket
  • Quick - access gadget pocket
  • Top front compartment with organizer panel
  • Bottom front compartment with mesh pockets for other utilities/peripherals
  • Two side pockets, for power supply, nalgene bottles
  • Heavy weight webbing for modular attachments
  • Padded backing w/ Mesh Re-Enforcement for airflow
  • Detachable padded waist belt
  • Sternum strap
  • Side compression straps
  • Grommets on all compartments 
VOLUME: 2928 CU IN
 
Measurements:
  • 18" H x 12" W x 7" D (main compartment)
  • 8" H x 8" W x 2.5" D (top front compartment)
  • 6" H x 12" W x 2.5" D (bottom front compartment)
  • 11.5" H x 5" W x 1.5" D (side compartment)
Reviews (1)
  • 4
    Good Pack

    Posted by Stuart on Jul 24th 2013

    I have the Urban Go Bag in Coyote Tan and I have used it for a year commuting to work. It has a lot of space in the main compartment. I have a 14' Laptop, my lunch, first aid, extra food supplies, rain poncho, electronics and have room to spare. The side pockets are great for a water bottle and my travel coffee mug. The front pockets are good for id badge, pens and anything you need to get to quick. My only issue is the thin liner between the main and front pocket came apart at about 6 months at the stitching. I moved the items to a Maxpedition EDC Pocket Organizer and that solved everything. I highly recommend this if you are looking for a large pack that has room to spare.