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East German Military Surplus Combat Pack w/ Suspenders, Like New 91407000

SKU: 80002091  |

Availability: In stock

MSRP: $16.99
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$7.97
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Description

  • East German military issue
  • Made in GDR (German Democratic Republic)
  • Authentic Rain Camo
  • Heavy duty cotton canvas
  • 3-way divided interior
  • Web strap latch, metal hardware
  • Multiple strap locations
  • 11" x 11" x 4" each

Specifications

SKU 80002091
MPN 91407000
UPC 689139385297
Size No
Color No
Brand Sturm-Miltec
Price $7.97

Reviews

Great pack ! Review by Scott M
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I was afraid this pack would be small and cheap. When it arrived I was extremely happy with the pack. Its a big pack enough for 1-2 days of camping and makes a neat school backpack that's 100% water proof. Highly recommend this combat pack (Posted on 5/27/2019)
just "WOW!"..... any questions, read my review.... Review by C. H.
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These packs are great for a remote picnic, day hiking or an overnight. I ordered 2 packs, 1 for me and the other for the wife.

Being a bigger guy I was surprised to see the included harness suspenders fit me when the pack was attached and that the pack did not feel super small while wearing it as a backpack.

The removable external poncho/bedroll/tarp straps are made of a very grippy rubberized fabric core and hold fast to the fabric of whatever is cinched up in them but, the straps aren't stretchy, more like leather in function than a bungee strap. The straps actually allow you to tightly fasten a bigger bedroll/shelter tarp with the buckles but has a seconds strap that is quick pull release built in over the main strap so that you could easily detach a poncho rolled separately quickly if rain set in without having to release all items rolled up to get disheveled just to get to 1 item in the roll.
The pack is easily removable from the harness with 4 attachment points, a metal J-safety clip to D-ring attachment at each shoulder and slide-hook to U-ring attachment at each bottom corner of the the pack. The pack also has 2 D-rings at each front corner under the bottom of the pack not appearing in the online photos, to which you can attach a compact sleeping bag, tent or other smaller pack.

The surplus pack/carry bag was in pristine condition, 1 of them appeared to be unused and unissued from factory with a waterproof bag liner sewn to the inside (waterproofing of liner bag was still very flexible with no cracks or holes) the 2nd pack appeared to be an unused but issued item sent to the military because it had East German military stamps on the inner flaps but, the waterproof bag lining was removed or it was a later model that did not come with one sewn in.. (I say unissued for both though because they were both without blemish, personal markings and in a new condition in other words, no obvious signs of use or wear.)
Just note there is variation among these packs RK gets as surplus, either from issue or different changes by manufacturer of the years so, if one absolutely had to have one with a liner it may be be wise to order more than one to better the odds of getting one with a liner. At the price of these packs, that is a viable option and the rest that you didn't want would make great gifts to any hikers, campers or boy-scouts at birthday or Christmas time!

The included pack harness/suspenders were in just as good condition as the pack itself and made from a less wide and thicker seat belt type webbing that appears to be synthetic (no sweat rot/mildew, easily cleanable), there is no shoulder padding due to the light purpose of the pack but, 2 aftermarket slide-on/Velcro auto seat belt shoulder pads would work if you really needed padding.
The harness does not have a belt, it really is a suspender type harness with several D-ring type attachment points for the pack and any gear like a water bottle, handheld radio, GPS or PLB. The Suspenders have wide metal J-hooks at their 3 belt attachment points that will, slip between you and any good belt to hook under the belt. With that feature, the harness will fit just about anyone's waistline. The detachable pack means you don't have to transfer gear from the shoulder harness to another means of carry if you want to walk about without a pack and also.... well, your pants then stay up without a pack or need of a very tight belt too, which is always a plus with carrying gear in side-leg pant pockets!

The pack appears smaller in the photo than in person but, with a bedroll or tarp attached over the top and sides of it it becomes wider, you would not want a bigger pack in that case because the entire pack would be wider than an average person's width if the pack was bigger to make travel through pine thickets or cabin doorways a pain.

I completed this pack & harness set for me and the wife with a surplus German Poncho/tarp and U.S. wool blanket, also from RKgun's surplus page. Can not beat military grade pack/harness, rain poncho/tarp and wool blanket in as good of condition as I received it just for around $50 or less combined at many other places.

Both I and the wife are very pleased with this Surplus East German Assault/day pack and, for some reason, my wife likes the fact that the Strichtarn camo pattern is nicknamed "rain" but, I like that it is rated as an "All Season" pattern for European type environments and works well year round in the American Northeast....(that is, until someone who shall remain nameless sets their pack down in the woods against a tree and can't find it again!) (Posted on 5/18/2019)
brand new bag Review by Rev. John
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it's the one brand new item in my order. is for me the right size. waterproof. can use handle like a medic bag or backpack style, although seems a little small for use as backpack. (Posted on 3/21/2019)

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