EXOS-GEAR BRAVO SERIES TACTICAL BACKPACK REVIEW
Good evening AverageOutdoorsman.com followers. Today’s outdoor gear product review is for the Exos-Gear Bravo Series Tactical backpack. But, before I get to the review, I need to get the boring thing out of the way. So here goes;
Disclosure of Material Connection: I received Exos-Gear Bravo Series Tactical backpack for free from Exos-Gear in consideration for a gear review.
Now that we have that out of the way, lets get to the “nitty-gritty” of the review. As soon as hold the backpack, you just know how well built it is. The Exos-Gear Bravo Series Tactical backpack is solid, heavy-duty and well stitched together. The backpack boasts a 34L capacity, so this allows for a ton of volume storage. There are multiple pockets and compartments at your disposal.
The tactical backpack has two main (large) storage compartments. The main storage compartment opens up completely to lay open.
Piggybacking off the main storage compartment is a storage space for a water bladder. This bladder compartment is accessible from under the shoulder straps and has a port coming out the top of the pack. The port also has a Velcro flap to use as a cover. The secondary main compartment has two smaller compartments off the front. Inside the secondary and one of the smaller compartments you will find other pockets for storage.
On the outside of the pack you will find several small loops stitched into the pack. They appear on the front and on both sides of the tactical pack. These loops would work great for holding shotgun shells, camping stakes or other small round equipment like an action camera pole.
The Exos-Gear Bravo Series Tactical backpack comes with an extra padded back and shoulder straps. They are also mesh covered for breathability.
The extra padding allows for extra comfort for longer periods in the field or extra carrying weight. What holds all this volume and weight secure in the pack as well as secure to you? There are several straps strategically placed on the outside of the tactical backpack. Two straps are located on each side of the backpack. One located at the top and one at the bottom. Two more straps are located at the bottom and one located at the top, middle of the backpack. All these straps allow you to tighten up the backpack so the contents inside stay secure and not creating discomfort for you.
The Exos-Gear Bravo Series Tactical backpack also has a waist strap and a strap on the shoulder pads. These straps help secure the backpack snug against you. Simply adjust the straps so when you clip them closed, they keep the tactical backpack snug to your shoulders and lower back.
I am using mine for scouting and hunting. I can easily store everything I need and interchange items as necessary. With all the securing straps cinched down and tight to my body, the backpack is surprisingly comfortable. I love the Exos-Gear Bravo Series Tactical backpack and would recommend it to everyone. It holds a ton of gear while keeping them secure and comfortable to carry. Exos-Gear offers the tactical backpack in four different colors to satisfy anybody’s needs.
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Have a great day and enjoy the outdoors,