Camelbak completely renovates a series of Assault Backpack

Camelbak completely renovates a series of Assault Backpack

Military tactical branch of the well-known American company Camelbak recently rearranged completely updated its line of compact and durable assault backpacks covers Hydration Plus Cargo, which are designed for the three-liter hydration system. Updates touched backpacks Motherlode, BFM, Mil Tac HAWG, Mil Tac MULE and Ambush. All other packs in this category completely discontinued. Let’s look at the main features of the device.

Features of Camelbak

Camelbak completely renovates a series of Assault Backpack

Compared with the previous generation, the updated versions have decreased the total weight slightly reduced effective volume received a low-profile design, due to the failure of the standard PALS-lines, as well as completely updated base material. From conventional Cordura nylon with a density of 500 deniers, Cordura manufacturer switched to a rip-stop reinforced retaining tighter density of the material. The shoulder straps are made of nylon 420 density and complemented by a quick-drying mesh and inserts from EVA-foam.

Camelbak completely renovates a series of Assault Backpack

General Organization offices in New backpacks remained virtually unchanged. Each pack includes a specialized department under the three-liter bag-drinking system, primarily designed for the separation tank corporate MilSpec Antidote. Useful volume backpacks BFM, Motherlode, Mil Tac HAWG, Mil Tac MULE and Ambush, excluding three-liter hydration system, officially at 46, 37, 20, 8, and 3.28 liters, with a total weight of the empty packs of 2.54, 1.9, 1.0, 0.88 and 0.71 kg.

Verdict Camelbak

New backpacks Camelbak Hydration Plus Cargo is announced only in two colors – black and completely in the sand (Coyote), one-color. Date of commencement of sales, as well as a possible retail price of new products, is still unknown.

Source: Backpacks Camelbak

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