Strike Pack Description
Based on a time tested, battle proven and widely accepted US design that is hard to ignore, SORD has added to this great design concept enhancing its comfort, strength and inter-operability.
One of the most prominent additions is our load attachment buckle with its Mil-Spec high tensile hardware and webbing, allowing the STRIKE pack to be attached to any vehicle or strop and will not come loose, tear off or break free (battle tested in Afghanistan).
Back face lining has been replaced with an extremely comfortable air-mesh material.
Internal tear away MOLLE panel allows the attachment of MEI’s and various other pouches. When not required simply pull the insert out and set it aside.
Twin antenna / hydration hose ports with Velcro down flaps.
Two internal zip mesh pockets are large enough to fit a wide array of items but have been kept small enough to limit drooping. Each internal pouch opens via a single zip slider to minimize slider creep when loaded up.
Six external compression straps with Fastex clips control loads and take pressure off the main lid zip.
Large Velcro square panel for IFF / ANF tabs and various ""bling"".
Large tube tape carry handle.
Side sleeves have been kept in place for longer tools such as shotgun, machete, breaching tools etc.
Quick release Fastex buckle shoulder straps.
This is definitely not a cheap knock off, rather the enhancement of an already effective proven design tweaked and modified with the aim of providing added user comfort, strength and adaptability. Constructed of all the finest materials at our factory in Melbourne.
Note: Custom orders in other patterns are possible but first call us to discuss availability and lead time.
Configurable for everythingBy: Jeff on 17 September 2019The interior space/compartment access makes this pack perfect for easy packing/ transport of bulky items such as Armor/Chem gear/etc in a lower visibility shape. The pull out MOLLE panel allows for building an user-specific interior. I've built the interior for weapons/ammo/range gear to carry during a conference (including sliding a shotgun down the side sleeve), and then pulled the panel out the next day to carry rain gear/combatives gear when live fire was over. It can become anything you need instantly. The lowering strap was even perfect for hanging the bag on a fence to keep it off the muddy ground.