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TT Bug Out Pack – “perfectly made high-end product”

Test report in the current issue of German “Tactical Gear” magazine

The current issue (3/2015) of the German “Tactical Gear” magazine looks at the TT Bug Out Pack by Tasmanian Tiger, and rates the universal 40-litre rucksack as first-class. Particular mention was made of the ventilated X Vent Zero Plus carrying System , which combines “exemplary carrying comfort” with “excellent moisture transportation on the back”. Other features that scored were the robust manufacture, generous space, wide range of storage options on the inside and the large number of Molle loops on the front and sides.

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V2 Plus – Optimised carrier system for successful backpacks

V2 Plus – Optimised carrier system for successful backpacks

Some of TT’s most successful backpacks have been given a new carrier System:

the V2 Plus carrier system has a high contact point on the back plate to provide a tremendous range of options when adjusting the back length. This means the backpack can be adjusted even more precisely to individual requirements, thereby further improving the carrying behaviour. Plus the padded hip strap can be removed, which means that backpacks with this system can also be used with fully equipped waistcoats and chest rigs – and the broad, ergonomically shaped shoulder straps will still provide strong, reliable wear comfort. Furthermore, the detached hip strap can be used separately as a “Warrior Belt”.

The V2 Plus system can be found on the Raid Pack MK III, Trooper Pack and 2in1 Pack, as well as the newly developed 3P Pack, a 55-litre backpack that was based on the classic “Alice Pack”.

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V2 Plus-Tragesystem

 

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