For: Condor Outdoor 3 Day Assault Pack (ACU)Product Information:
I believe I bought this particular product from another online site, but it is the same maker, and the same thing, so here we go.
First off, I love this bag because it is so versatile. I have used this for camping, in school, even for hauling presents around in (but strangely, never for airsofting). The whole system is big. If I did my math right, there is something like 72 cubic inches of space inside this sucker, so theoretically, it can fit all (6'0" 200pd) me. It has a ton of MOLLE webbing that all of it is bordering on for aesthetics only, and the number of pockets and pouches on this thing is tremendous. all of the straps come with this little velcro piece that is designed to be rolled up so the straps never ever loosen, and pretty much everything about this bag is adjustable, from the shoulder straps, to compression straps, waist belt, and inner pouches. There are two huge side pockets that easily hold military canteens, gatorade bottles, and most other beverage containers. There is a place for a hydration bladder, and THREE separate opening to run the tube out of (top, left and right holes). There is a space for laptops, a main compartment with compression straps, another, smaller compartment that has pencil holders, several smaller pouches, and two smaller mag pouches. Finally, there is an outer compartment that is opened on the side, and a big wide compartment that opens on the bottom. There are sooo many mesh zippered pockets on this thing, and your standard complement of D-rings. Seriously, this bag is something that everyone should have.
In closing, I recommend this to just about anyone who needs a good bag to hold a ton of stuff in, and still have space left over.
Plenty of MOLLE everywhere, and even a system on the bottom for attaching some kind of military sleeping bag to. (I have never figured out how to get one, or attach it, but I know that it is out there)
Plenty of space for books, mags, rations, etc.
The whole bag is customizable with the strap system.
Heavy duty fabric used throughout the whole thing (mostly, see cons for issues with some of the fabrics)
Three separate compartments for holding bottles or hydration bladders.
Its in ACU, so it looks cool, and there is velcro on the outer most part to put patches or nametapes on.
There is some kind of dust or water cover that overlaps the zippers on pretty much the whole thing, and almost every time I pull on the zipper, I get it stuck in that little overhand flap.
Bag is NOT waterproof (got caught out in the rain with it a couple times, and stuff got a little misted on the inside, not good for computers or other delicate things.
The second compartment that has the document folders, pencil holders, and mag pouches is made of an inferior material that rips very easily, since purchasing this bag, my whole bottom ripped out, and so I had to sew the whole thing back together, but now its stronger than ever, still shouldn't have ripped in the first place.
The waist belt is made of a material that does not like velcro at all, which is kind of ironic because it is attached to the bag with velcro, and has two velcro straps on it, so very soon, it will get all threadbare, and ugly looking. I tried to fuse the ends with a lighter, but all I achieved was getting a burning smell.
This monster is bulky. You WILL hit people by accident on a crowded bus or train, you WILL snag onto hallway walls, and hanging stuff, and you WILL misjudge just how bulky you are. Be careful in crowded areas with this thing.