I got the Rush Moab 10 go bag from 5.11 Tactical to evaluate out and examine about a month back. While I am a little sluggish on the evaluation, it has actually provided me a lot of time to check out the tactical bag. I have actually utilized the bag for traveling, trekking, and it is presently working as a go bag.
When I was utilizing the bag for trekking, I was amazed at just how much I might suit the bag– it looks a little on the little size however you can truly load a lot therein. I had the ability to suit 2 big water bottles and raincoats, food, and an SLR electronic camera. Among the very best functions of the knapsack is that it’s water resistant. This showed important in both trekking and traveling.
There is a pouch versus the back of the knapsack, which held my laptop computer truly well. If you have a laptop computer with a screen larger than 15 inches, then it might be hard to suit the knapsack. Aside from that, this knapsack is terrific for traveling– it has more pockets than I understood what to do with so there was an area for every single cable television and USB gadget that I reclaim and forth to work.
Currently, this bag is working as a go bag for me. My bag is not geared up with whatever generally in a go bag as I reside in a city and may not require a few of the components more important for wilderness survival. Presently, my go bag is loaded with the following:
- 2-liter water bottle
- Iodine tablets
- Clif Bars
- Folding knife
- Emergency treatment package
- Raincoat soft shell
- Mobile phone battery charger
Luckily, the Rush Moab 10 has a lot of pockets– I discovered areas for all of the equipment noted above and still had remaining pockets.
Pros Lots of pockets A great deal of storage Adjustable shoulder strap (so you can put the bag on either side)
- Water-resistant nylon which is incredibly resilient and rugged
- Super resilient YKK zippers
Unlike lots of knapsacks, there is no strap around the hips to keep the knapsack steady and focused while you are running
ATAC A2 Flashlight
The great folks over at 5.11 Tactical were great sufficient to send out over a remarkable flashlight for me in addition to the knapsack. They sent out over the ATAC A2 Flashlight. This light, similar to the knapsack, is really rugged and is developed to take a great deal of abuse as it’s constructed out of aerospace grade aluminum.
I was truly impressed by how intense the light was– it was considerably brighter than my Maglite or my little LED flashlight. The ATAC A2 is declared to put out 162 lumens on the high setting and 15 lumens on the low setting.
It was a bit difficult to find out how to alter in between the 3 settings (high, low, strobe), however, that might be due to the fact that I didn’t check out the documents that occurred with the light. That stated, after a couple of minutes, I had it determined– to alter in between the settings, tap the button on the back and after that push all of it the method to secure the setting you desire.
Among the important things I actually liked about the flashlight was that it’s powered by 2 AA batteries, so it is truly simple to discover replacements.