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No matter where you turn, it's looking pretty bad out there, and it's all the rage right now to build a bug out bag. A bug out bag is a bag pre-packed with gear, like survival tools, food, clothing, and weapons -- that can get you through an emergency while you're getting away from a riot or some other problem. But your bug out bag has to be both strong and durable, yet lightweight and versatile. So what do you use for the bag itself?
We're offering a great deal right now on this 3-day pack from TRU-SPEC. Three days is usually what they tell you to prepare for when it comes to emergencies of this type, making this bag perfect for 24-72 hours worth of supplies. Made from durable 1000 Denier Nylon, with webbing for gear attachment and a number of different pouches and pockets, this 3 Day Pack is available in MultiCam, UCP (ACU), and Digital Woodland Camo, not to mention Black and Coyote. Measures 20 x 12 x 8 inches, a great compromise in terms of size and weight. Also includes a hook-and-loop patch for morale patches and insignia, padded shoulder and waist straps, and an adjustable sternum strap. Fully MOLLE compatible for your mil-spec gear, and compatible with standard hydration.
You can buy it on PredatorArmament.com