Orca Tactical Backpack - Large 40L - 3 Day Survival Bag
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- ✔ THE SPACE YOU NEED ✔ Massive storage in a small package is what this authentic elite carrier system is all about. Backpacking in the USA requires the use of all available small in a lightweight frame. With it's 13" x 20" x 13" dimensions and appropriately sized 40L capacity, this pack has room for all of your essential gear. The unit is ideally used as a 3 day survival bag or backpack.
- ✔ BUILT TOUGH FOR AMERICANS ✔ Our heavy duty military grade backpack is made from 600D polyester material. The ORCA tactical assault backpack is reinforced and double stitched at all stress points. The closures are secured by high quality YKK zippers with nylon pulls that are rust resistant and tough and our Special coating makes our backpack for men both water resistant and scratch proof.
- ✔ MOLLE MODULAR SETUP ✔ Molle backpack webbing system on front and sides ensures you can add tactical MOLLE gear and pouches as needed for any mission. Side compression straps ensure your load is secure. Fit any MOLLE accessory attachments with 2 straps on the pack's side. Our official survival bag compression straps include an elastic band to keep the straps organized and in place to prevent snagging.
- ✔ COMFORT AND FUNCTION ✔ The assault style pack sports double stitched, padded shoulder straps and back area with mesh backing for comfort, ventilation, and strength during travel. The waist strap ends are folded and sewn over to keep from sliding through the buckles. Store up to a 1.5L hydration water bladder, laptop, or use for concealed carry. Hundreds of uses including patrol, hiking, hunting, survival, school, or camping.
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► Material - 600D polyester
► Dimensions - 13" x 20" x 13"
► Capacity - 40L
► MOLLE - MIL-SPEC 1" spacing
► Padded Backing
► Breathable, Mesh Padded, Contoured Shoulder Harnesses
► Hydration Bladder compartment. Holds up to a 2.5L water bladder (not included) or 17" laptop
► Opening for a Water Bladder Hose
► Comfortable Waist and Chest Straps
► INCLUDES: Orca Tactical Logo Morale Patch
2 padded larger compartments and 2 smaller compartments on the front. The padded main compartment contains a mesh pouch and a separate zipper pouch for extra storage. It also includes an elastic band to secure clothing or other larger items. The 2nd compartment contains 2 mesh pouches and a 3rd larger pouch for holding smaller accessories.
The 2 front pouches contain internal pockets perfect for holding small accessories, tactical gear, or personal items.
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PROS FOR BOTH:
PRICE! As well as quality fabric, MOLLE webbing, and pretty good zippers. All zips are double zippers. The hip belt webbing is thick enough that even without padding it is pretty comfortable to wear. Design - the large storage compartment can unzip completely like a suitcase, very handy for accessing things in there. The quality is way above and beyond for the price.
CONS FOR BOTH:
I had to dig a bit but IMO there are two small things that make this a little less than perfect. Perfect to me is the quality of materials found in backpacks such as those sold at REI - which cost between $100-$200. These may not even be cons to some people.
1. the padding in the shoulder straps is light-duty. There is some foam in there, probably between 1/8" to 1/4" thick. I have not loaded this with a lot of weight yet but I would guess that padding would compress down under load and you would start to feel a nylon strap pressing into your shoulder.
2. The backs of these have little or no structure to them, just some of the foam padding, similar to that used in the shoulder straps. There may be a very thin layer of hard plastic in there but if so it is barely detectable. There are pockets inside and out that run parallel to the back - if one so desired I suppose you could put something in there for more rigidity.
I can easily ignore these in light of the price point, but am posting just for reference.
COMPARISON (see images. Tecate and Binder are for scale)
While about 90% the same, there are two major differences between these packs that I could find.
1. The 34L pack has a vertical buckled strap that goes vertically down the outside of the pack. The 40L does not have this.
2. The 34L pack has a zippered pocket behind the padding that touches your back while the 40L has a pouch with a couple velcro tabs. I'm not really sure what you would use that pocket for anyway since it is going to be right against your sweaty back.
If you are a discerning buyer, you may already be aware that high-end products almost invariably use YKK zippers. You are almost certainly already aware that zippers on a backpack are far and away the most likely failure points, and that failed zippers absolutely ruin a piece of gear.
And so in the end, it's not only the much more dubious longevity of these no-name zippers that is making me return this product, but the fact that Orca Tactical appears to be making false claims about it on the front page **EDIT 7/14/18: It looks like the description has been corrected, which is appreciated. I do still have my doubts about these zippers as far as longevity, but only time will tell. I hope it lasts a long time, because I do actually like the backpack.**
I probably checked out all the brands that offer similar tactical backpacks.
I Ordered the Orca Tactical 40 L Salish Molle backpack based on the great design, perfect 5 stars reviews from all buyers and an awesome affordable price.
To be honest the Backpack Quality & Strurdiness, Customer service excellence, and overall experience absolutely surpassed my expectations.
The owner is an awesome businessman. And he values his customers better than anyone else i've seen.
If you're looking for a high quality very sturdy and great looking tactical backpack with the best price tag ever, look no further, and save your time and extra $$ and get the Orca Tactical backpack.
I highly recommend this brand. (It's my new personal favorite)
The 34L assault day pack i got from them is the best bugout pack I've seen in a long time and now this? Extremely tough, double stitching throughout, a million different molle attachments, REAL PARACORD, tons of compartments and yet it is lighter then you would expect, and the customer service is beyond your wildest expectations.
See for yourself and feel just like I'm feeling, that finally there is a company that gives you more than your money's worth and you know you have a pack that will hang with you through the toughest journeys and come back for more. A lot more.
I'm almost speechless. Almost....
UPDATE:the first time i tried to use the stomach belt strap the buckle on the right side broke
UPDATE 16-8-2019 the company sent me a whole new backpack thats truly amazing of them
Update 08/14/2019 sadly after nearly 2 years my backpack died on me for good the zippers started having issued staying zipped mid way and started to break open when fully zipped even if with just a couple of items in it then the zipper line just snapped open on the biggest one and i can no longer get it to stay attached
Usefulness: A ten-day spring trip required me to pack shirts (5), jeans (1), t-shirt/underwear combo (4), socks (4), house slippers, pajamas, ceramic cup for microwave, travel alarm, flashlight, electric razor, vitamins/meds bottles (10 days), 40 pk tea bag singles, compass. There was adequate reserve room for the toiletries kit but I carry them in a side pouch in case of liquid spillage. Available room still existed to pack: jeans (1), shirt (1), t-shirt/underwear combo (1), socks (3-4). Also .. this bag misses total linear inches (145) by one inch (most airlines) for carry-on, so simply not overpacking will resolve any carry-on size restrictions.
Style: My wife doesn't fancy any of my travel bags or suitcases. She thinks the Orka is cool and wants one. So that's all you need to know about style.
Conclusion: One of the best $48 you'll ever spend. Due to family medical issues, this is now my BOB and sits in the closet in a plastic bag, fully loaded. Summer travel is now one bag (not two) in the trunk with more available trunk space and less to drag around at my destination.
Message to Orka: Thanks for helping to make my life affordably easier. :-)
Durability - this pack seems very durable and heavy duty nylon. It doubled as a hiking pack for me and held up to pointy pine branches when hiking the trails around the lake at incline villages. I have no concerns with durability with this pack. It seems as well built as my REI pack or my LLbean pack. I wanted a military style bag I could use for the Army reserves and this fit the bill nicely.
My only gripe about this pack after using it is the straps could be a little longer for the shoulder straps. I am a muscular upper build with large shoulders and chest (I wear a size 48 suit coat). With this pack loaded full even with the straps let out as far as they would go with just a t shirt, light shirt over it, and a blazer on the straps were very tight and I would have loved a little extra looseness for the shoulder straps. That has been my only gripe. So if you wear around an XXL in shirts and you are going to be packing this bag to max capacity or near it then the straps might be a little too tight for your comfort level.
I’ve carried this bag for a few months now on various trips and hiking. It still looks brand new. It’s been to weekend drill, on multiple flights as a carry on, and as a hiking pack on multiple trips.
I can load 3 sets of ACU’s with t shirts and socks, 2 sets of APFU’s, and toiletries in this pack and go for an entire weekend of drill!
I think I got the same quality of bag they would charge $100-150 for at the exchange on bases. Wish I had got the coyote bag though as one of the schools I am going to requires black, OCP, or coyote pack and I can’t use my olive drab beauty. Oh well perhaps I’ll invest in another in coyote.
Please make one in OCP orca!!!
The few snags I mentioned in the title mainly fall into two categories, the staps and the smell.
First off, the straps themselves are tightly woven and solid but the doubled up ends still seem to slide out of the clasps when extended. A minor gripe but one that bugs me still.
Second is the smell. When I first opened the bag I was instantly hit in the face with a smell of cat urine, which is odd because I don't own a cat. I've let it air our for a few days but the smell still persists. I really don't want to return something over some Chinese factory stink but I'm tempted.
Just because of the smell alone I can't give it more than three stars. Maybe mine is a fluke and only one in a million come out smelling like that but it's just too strong to be ignored.
Now, if you're using it like me, I think the Salish is a no-brainer over the Falcon III. I'm not out in the woods, my use of the bag isn't anything like life and death. I need a versitile, largish bag for work...I'm in a truck almost all day, so I like to have a change of clothes, beverages, and my essential stuff with me. I don't need the waterproofing of the Falcon III, which makes the bag a bit stiffer and the zippers more difficult to unzip...but I do need a little more size, and for whatever reason the zippers on the Salish are easier to operate with one hand than the Maxpedition's.
I've added an Orca Tactical water bottle pouch to one side, and a Reebow admin pouch to the front, both using Blackhawk speed clips, with plenty of room for more stuff if I want to add anything. It feels really well built, I don't think I'll be replacing the bag for a while.
Basically, its a good fit for me in a less heavy-duty role. If I really needed to depend on the bag, I might pony up the extra cash for the Maxpedition (which feels like its made of iron, awesome bag)...but this bag is fantastic and I'm stoked about it.