Wisport Raccoon 85L Rucksack Olive Green

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The Raccoon 85 is made of extremely durable Cordura Nylon and developed in collaboration with Polish Military forces. Main compartment can be divided into two smaller sections, creating the top section of 2/3 and the bottom one of about 1/3 of total capacity. The backside of the main compartment has a large flat pocket, small zip pocket, hook for attachment of hydration bag and passage hole for hydration hose or antennas.
The access to the main compartment is possible from the top or from the bottom through the flap with double-sided Wisport zipper. The top flap of the backpack is removable and has two zipped pockets. Additionally this rucksack comes with two detachable side pockets with a capacity of 9 litres each. Both pockets come with MOLLE webbing and are secured with a small snow collar with drawstring and buckle closure.
The main advantage of the Raccoon 85 backpack is fully adjustable Plus Ergonomic FAS carrier system allows adjusting the backpack while on the move, depending on the angle of descent or ascent.
Wide and ergonomically shaped shoulder straps and padded waist belt help to distribute weight evenly. The belt can easily be detached from the rucksack which allows the use of modular weapon belts together with tactical vest, also featured are Grimloc locking D-rings on both sides. Quick-release Fastex buckles allow the backpack to be quickly dropped on the ground when required.
The compression straps allow the backpack to be adapted to the size of carried kit and prevent it from shifting inside the bag, which may cause noise, discomfort and disturbance to the balance. Front of the backpack, side panels and the lid has a multiple MOLLE strap attachments points. Moreover multiple nylon straps permit the outside fixation of much bigger items that will not fit inside, or because they need to remain on hand. Thanks to this the overall capacity of the rucksack may be significantly greater than nominal 85 litres.

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