Posted September 17, 2015 10:03 am by Comments

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Anything that comes from the mind of Travis Haley should be, at the very least, considered for field use. Such is the case with the D3 FlatPack.

Designed with a unique expandable gusset system, the D3 FlatPack is an assault pack that can go from an almost flat profile when compressed to 600 cubic inches when completely expanded.

In its compressed state, the D3 FlatPack can run a one-liter hydration bladder in the main compartment with additional small items like batteries, energy gels and chem lights stored in the dedicated admin chamber. Expanded, the main compartment can fit a fully loaded D3CR, a helmet or a jacket while the admin can fit electronics and/or small binoculars.

The FlatPack integrates with a D3CR or D3CR-H, replacing the H harness with the pack straps, to create a light reconnaissance, patrol or an EDC worst case scenario rig. The FlatPack will also …read more

Source:: Tactical Life

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