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If you’re a fan of Mystery Ranch’s 3 Day Assault backpack but want a bit more space, the Komodo Dragon is the pack for you. The pack has a 38-liter volume and can be adjusted to accommodate your torso length. The pack incorporates Mystery Ranch’s Bolster Ventilation and Stability (BVS) system as well as three hydration pockets, plus the tri-zip design offers quick and easy access to the.
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Mystery Ranch’s Assault Pack is one of the superior urban-focused tactical packs around with its distinctive triple-zipper structure and exceptional building materials. As it happens, in addition, it happened to be among the very best starting points for the mid-century Jump Komodo Backpack you see here. A little more on the militaristic end of this spectrum, this backpack features PALS.
The KOMODO DRAGON is a slightly larger version of our 3 Day Assault for extended time in the field. The KOMODO DRAGON uses the Futura yoke to adjust to different torso lengths and accommodate the extra girth of armor. Inside, it has a MOLLE panel for radio mounts plus detail pockets and hydration sleeves. The waist belt stows away when not in use.
Mystery Ranch Komodo Dragon in Coyote Mid-sized assault pack for extended missions. The KOMODO DRAGON is a slightly larger version of our 3 Day Assault for extended time in the field. The KOMODO DRAGON uses the Futura Yoke to adjust to different torso lengths and accommodate the extra girth of armour. Inside, it has a MOLLE panel for radio mounts plus detail pockets and hydration sleeves. The.
We have two urban assault bags, and a Komodo Dragon in our family and the front has the least comfortable shoulder straps of the four bags. The waterproof zippers unzip too easily. The larger top pocket is opened 180 degrees, can lose some items if not careful. Just not quite as well thought out as the other mystery ranch bags we own. Hydration pouch would work well I think, but the shoulder.