The Spec.-Ops. Brand THE Tactical Pack UAP
SWLing Post readers know I’m a certified pack geek. Well, I just received an email from one of my favorite tactical backpack and gear suppliers: Spec.-Ops. Brand. They’re having an unheard of 70% off sale on some of their overstocked tactical packs.
I’ve mentioned Spec.-Ops. in a number of previous posts as I own a lot of their gear including the T.H.E. Pack, Pack Rat, Triple S, DPO, Op Order Pouch, and All Purpose Bag.
If you’re into camping, preparedness, or just like backpacks, I highly recommend Spec.-Ops. gear. Everything is made in Texas and carries a lifetime warranty. When I bought my ($189) T.H.E. Pack Tactical, ACU on sale I got a great deal at $110–now they have this same pack for $56!! Yep–I’m likely going to buy another at this price.
Click here to view the tactical pack sale on the Spec.-Ops. Brand website.
I know, beyond SW Radios, your secondary passion is which ‘bag’ will you use to pack your radios for a trip. I have admired your photos of your Eagle Creek Pack w/ Tecsun PL-380 & Sony AN-LP1. I searched high and low for something like your Eagle Creek pack and I stumbled across this $19.99 gem: the Vespa Mini-Backpack.
It’s sold by eBags on their web site, via Amazon and also via eBay. Despite all three sites being the same vendor, eBay is the least expensive as they offer Free Shipping through that site [though looks like the price just nudged up a bit]. At $19.99 I’m amazed at what I can get into it: A 1st GEN iPad cloaked in a thick leather case with bluetooth keyboard, a PL-390 (I love the ETM for travel) and what I think is the most underrated Grundig of them all – the G6 Aviator (I have the BA Edition). Plus I still have room for my TG34 Antenna, my iSound 4 USB Wall Charger, (2) USB Cables, some spare rechargeable AA Batteries and a dual USB Car Adapter that can recharge my iPad and iPhone.
Oh yeah, the Vespa has a cell phone pouch on one of the pack’s shoulder straps. All for $19.99 delivered from eBay. I have to admit, I haven’t had it long enough to testify to its durability but it seems to be built fairly well despite its price point.
Here are the first two links – you can easily find the eBay links (it comes in a variety of colors though it appears white is out of stock):
At twenty bucks I may buy a spare.
Thanks, Troy! You know me well; I love backpacks and travel gear. You probably know eBags have a pretty strong following and good reputation amongst one baggers. I’ll have to check out this little bag. Thanks for sharing!