By: Steve I bought one of these years ago and still have it, used it for a variety of things including for carrying the radio as a platoon sig and for mission specific equipment overseas. The internal zipper po
Solid as a rock
The SORD large field pack is dead set excellent. Only a crossfire DG16 compares. Put the four long pouches on it, and buy two SORD admin pouches to put on the lid and you will never be short of room
Far better than a bullock echo
I have used the hydration helmet carrier for several years now, and from SES cyclone recovery, to SAR tracking, to vertical rescue, this pack is outstanding. Wet gear can be easily stowed and drain t
By: RD I researched along with some mates prior to deploying for a better bag to use as a MedPack in the MEAO. We needed something durable and modern to replace our issued med kit pack that just was Not Up T
Excellent piece of kit!
By: Douglas I bought this backpack so I could hike with my spearfishing and camping gear and spend a few days in the bush. When it's fully loaded and adjusted this backpack is very comfortable and has made my
Simple and bomb proof
This is a really good backpack. The main compartment is a little smaller than the medium ALICE pack, and with some pouches attached to the outside it can carry a surprising amount of equipment. The ro
FINALLY THE PERFECT PACK IS HERE!
By: Gazz With the layout similar to the good old issued DPCU Alice pack, the large volume capacity of 80L similar to the MAC Alice pack and with the full body MOLLE/ PALS webbing similar to the Alice Z or SR A
By: J.H This is my current bag, with the addition to a few pouches on the exterior its amazing how much you can fit in it. Sturdy, well made, internal pocket in the lid is handy. Roll up & buckle system
By: J.H I ran this bag as a CFA, the internal velcro options made it very easy to set the bag up with rip out cells. Everything is well constructed, loads of ways to set it up. Crabbed to outside of bushy f
SORD Hydration Helmet Carrier
By: Doug Nicholson I recall back when dinosaurs roamed the earth on penny-farthings, that there was only two ways for a grunt to carry a helmet.
Option 1 – On your head.
Option 2 – Contort some elastic bungee strap