Tac OD 5.11 RUSH 24

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Tac OD 5.11 RUSH 24
Olive Drab

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Specs & Description
Size: Main Compartment 20" x 12 1/2" x 8"

2070 cubic inches

20+ compartments to quickly organize gear

  • Adjustable, dual density closed-cell foam shoulder straps with Duraflex(TM) hardware
  • Closed-cell foam back padded hydration pocket with two back-to-back zippered pull tabs
  • Nametape and flag holders
  • Generous web-platform on three sides with additional attachment points
  • Top grab handle
  • Features a large main compartment
  • Three mesh interior organizing pockets
  • One fabric pocket with zippered pull-cords
  • One interior stuff-pocket with draw cord
  • Two large metal grommet drainage holes on bottom of pack
  • Two exterior, side, flat, zippered pockets;
  • Top exterior book-end pockets with non-scratching fleece-lined organization
  • Two compression straps
  • Top, quick-access non-scratching fleece-lined sunglass pocket
  • Exterior admin organizational pocket

Get Ready for Action With the Tac OD 5.11 RUSH 24 Backpack

Do you need a heavy-duty tactical backpack that can withstand the rigors of military service? The Tac OD 5.11 RUSH 24 backpack is designed to withstand extreme conditions, ensuring you’re prepared and protected in pivotal moments.

This tactical backpack features many unique benefits that make it one of the best on the market, including:

  • Storage capabilities: Coming in with a whopping 37-liter carrying capacity, the Tac OD 5.11 RUSH 24 backpack has all the space you need for an EDC bag. This military backpack has many pockets and compartments for superior storage. The RUSH 24’s storage capabilities shelter your critical items and ensure you have access to what you need when you need it.
  • Durability: Constructed using 1050D nylon, you can trust the RUSH 24 backpack to hold up in critical moments. The durable construction materials prevent unnecessary wear and tear while increasing water resistance to protect your belongings in the field or on deployments.
  • Comfort: The RUSH 24 backpack prioritizes comfort as one of its main features to reduce strain, no matter what you’re hauling. You’ll find side compression straps for comfort and a sternum strap for stability.
  • Hidden CCW: The RUSH 24 backpack features a hidden CCW compartment with plenty of extra room for ammunition to prepare yourself in emergencies. You can access the compartment quickly to help you feel more secure in your day.

How to Make the Most of the RUSH 24 Backpack

The Tac OD 5.11 RUSH 24 tactical backpack is one of the more versatile packs on the market. Military members can take this backpack to work, the field, or on deployments. Impressive durability and construction allow you to use it for other purposes, such as hiking, hunting, or other activities.

No matter where you take your RUSH 24 backpack, you won’t need to worry about space. You’ll have plenty of room for your daily necessities, including spare clothes, laptops, electronics, chargers, medication and first-aid, paperwork, food and water, tools, and more. Take advantage of the organizational capabilities of the RUSH 24 and revolutionize your day-to-day.

Try the RUSH Series for All Your Daily Needs

If the RUSH 24 backpack is a little too big or too small for your daily applications, don’t worry. Military Luggage Company stocks the 5.11 RUSH series to help you accommodate your storage requirements. You can choose from the RUSH 72 series if you need up to 55 liters of space, or choose the RUSH 12 if you need something a little more compact to carry in your day-to-day.


Reviews (4)
  • 5
    Awesome Bag!!!!!

    Posted by Robert Cairo on Feb 23rd 2017

    I baught this bag through Amazon back in late 2012. this bag is very versitile, and im still using it till this day. Has not one rip or broken seam, its various pokets make organization and separation possible, leaving room for bulkier items. This bag has stood the harshest of weather conditions, from the harsh summers of northern california, to the cold and wet rains in Germany. ive used it as an overnight bag, travel bag, school bag, and field bag. this is the one bag ive prefered over other bags. it meant for 24 hours but ive been able to pack up to 48 hours worth of items. all in all, this is the king of SHTF/EDC/Field bags.

  • 5

    Posted by Blake Burnett on Jul 25th 2013

    I've been using this bag for about 9 months now. It works great, has plenty of space (but not too much), and wears very comfortably. I haven't had any problems with it. Like the reviewer above, I wish I had got multicam...

  • 5
    Great all around bag

    Posted by Sean on Jul 24th 2013

    I've owned this bag for a few years now. I own several bags and have rotated them in and out as I see fit for carrying different kits. Best part about this bag is it's size. It's not too big. If theres one thing I've learned about bags, it's that the bigger it is, the more un-needed gear you'll carry. Has just enough pockets to stay organized. I use this bag as my EDC in my car. Change of clothes, water, few tools & first aid fit great. Only complaint....I didn't buy Multicam.

  • 5
    RUSH 24 review

    Posted by Kevin Wiley on Jan 22nd 2013

    I am the proud owner of a 5.11 RUSH 24 pack. The pack I own is in olive drab, and is about 3 years old. my teenaged son used it as a book bag too. So far the damage is limited to a MOLLE strap ripped out and a drain grommet has been ripped out. The many pouches and zippered pockets are placed in good locations and are roomy. Gripes: 1. Some of the small pouches should be designed to hold pistol mags. The closest ones seem to accommodate a blackberry, so the mags flop around. 2. I cannot stand any backpack in black. Not sure why….other than living in Arizona, anything black is hot and sucks. I prefer OD green, Coyote, and multicam…..the new pattern ATAC (sp) is cool too. 3. Needs a bit more Velcro strips for nametapes, like up on top so name can be seen from above. Positives: 1. Well built. It stood up to my son using it as a book bag. 2. Big enough to haul a day’s worth of stuff, but still small enough to carry on a plane.