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3 Day Assault Pack – Map3500 2300 Cu in. Foliage Green, Buy here

3 Day Assault Pack Review

3 Day Assault Pack 2300 Cu in. Map3500

 3 Day Assault Pack - Map3500 2300 Cu in. Buy here
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Description: The MAP 3500 Three Day Assault Pack has been the preferred Military Assault Pack of the U.S. Navy Seals for the past 6 years due to it’s rugged construction and superior design.

When the Special Operations (SOF) community requested a new and improved assault pack, Amron approached Kelty because of their outstanding reputation as a manufacturer of quality equipment in the outdoor industry. Designed and engineered with the the help of direct military end-user input and feedback at the Boulder 2000 conference, the MAP 3500’s are the commercial off the shelf (COTS) solution for a sturdy and functional Military Assault Pack (MAP).

  • Binding: Apparel
  • Brand: Kelty
  • EAN: 0727880027117
  • EANList:
  • Feature: Internal suspension, two fit to form Light-Beam stay rods
  • Feature: Panel loading pack, single large compartment 2 exterior zippered pockets
  • Feature: Interior hydration pouch, supports up to 100 oz. bladder, 210d nylon ripstop
  • Feature: Hydration port at top of pack allows for drink tube to be used over either shoulder.
  • Feature: Exterior cargo pocket with fleece eyewear pocket and admin organizer pocket
  • Label: Kelty
  • Manufacturer: Kelty
  • MPN: 29648011-FGN
  • PackageQuantity: 1
  • PartNumber: 29648011-FGN
  • ProductGroup: Shoes
  • ProductTypeName: SHOES
  • Publisher: Kelty
  • Studio: Kelty
  • Title: Map3500 3 Day Assault Pack 2300 Cu in Volume; Foliage Green
  • UPC: 727880027117
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Price: 119.95

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One thought on “3 Day Assault Pack – Map3500 2300 Cu in. Foliage Green, Buy here”

  1. Nice review.While not a fan of North Face packs in gerenal, I picked the Recon up at a NF Outlet for $55 and have found it to be a good value. It’s worked well on some day hikes as well as for travel.I agree on the stiff straps on the older model, as well as some of the strange zipper placement. Still, it feels solid and can hold a lot. It’s now my primary day pack, while my Osprey Kestrel is used for overnight trips.Overall, I recommend the North Face Recon.

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