Test report

Backpack Review: TT Sling Pack by Tasmanian Tiger. Text and photo by

Pine Survey Review: TT Sling Pack 12

‘The TT Tac Sling Pack 12 is Tasmanian Tigers first approach to a slingbag and offers a concept which is usable for both left and right handed users. The build up of the pack features a large main compartment with a large mesh pouch, a detachable laser cut MOLLE panel and a velcro back on the inside, as well as a smaller pouch attached to the front, with a dedicated admin panel. Between these two compartments you will find a hidden and velcro lined CCW compartment, which can be opened up from both sides by a dedicated strap.


The TT Tac Sling Pack 12 is worth considering if you are looking for a small volume slingbag which is low profile and streamlined at the same time.

Given its slick look and the option to carry it on either your left or right shoulder, as well as the complete ambidextrous design, which gives you the same kind of access from both sides, it is a remarkable bag/pack to look at. (…)’

Read the complete review here.

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TT Pathfinder MK II: Award winning XXL-Backpack

TT Pathfinder MK II: Award winning XXL-Backpack

The German special interest magazine Tactical Gear took three big size combat backpacks to test, recently. In the end, the winner is the TT Pathfinder MK II from Tasmanian Tiger.

The 75 liter combat backpack TT Pathfinder MK II achieved very good results for its load volume, carrying comfort, features as well as for the workmanship. Furthermore, the testers pointed out the very efficient V2 carrying system and were pleased about the Molle, which gives this pack plenty of options for an extension (modular system). Overall, this premium pack did an excellent job even in the toughest terrain.

The entire test report (only in German) can be found in Tactical Gear 02/2016.

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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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