Condor Compact Assault Pack
The Condor Compact Assault Pack from Condor Outdoor Products, Inc. is a small tactical backpack designed to carry critical gear without breaking a sweat. The backpack is comfortable and lightweight, with multiple compartments inside and out to provide storage for just about anything you’ll want to carry. Use the Compact Assault Pack to carry laptops, tablets, or other tech gear without worry. For long treks through the field, the backpack is equipped with a built-in hydration pocket that can house either a Condor Torrent (Gen I & II) 2.5L or 3.0L water bladder.
The small tactical backpack is easy to wear and includes premium padded shoulder straps, a sternum strap, and an adjustable waist belt for maximum support, no matter the size of the wearer. A generously padded back and spacer mesh ensures a comfortable fit during long treks or patrols. If you’re looking for a tactical backpack with larger capacity, check out the Condor 3-Day Assault Pack.
Condor Compact Assault Pack Colors Available: Black, Coyote, Olive Drab and Scorpion OCP. Each of these tactical backpack colors are great compliments to any of the other Condor tactical gear you may own, such as Condor plate carriers or Condor Mag Pouches.
Compact Assault Pack Features
- Total of 4 compartments to keep things organized
- Main compartment with 1 interior zipper pocket and 1 mesh pocket
- Middle compartment with 2 mesh pockets
- Front Bottom admin compartment
- Contoured padded shoulder straps with adjustable sternum straps
- Padded back mesh panel for maximum airflow
- Adjustable and removable waist belt
- Volume: 1458 Cu In// 24 L
- Overall dimension: 18″H x 9″W x 9″D
- Main compartment: 18″H x 9″W x 5″D
- Secondary compartment 16″H x 8″W x 2″D
- Front top compartment: 4″H x 7″W x 2″D
- Front bottom compartment: 10″H x 7″W x 2″D
- Hydration compatible up to 3L // 16″H bladder
P65 WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including Di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate (DEHP), which is known to the State of California to cause cancer, and which is known to the State of California to cause birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to Prop 65 Warning details.