Grab and go! We all strive to have the necessary pieces to do our job at the ready. Spending years perfecting the kit for all scenarios along with putting in the solid training-hours to back it up. Mission sets change and spending time out in the field for any amount of time influences your decisions on what to carry. 5.11 works closely with first responders to develop gear that meets real-world needs. Their latest Operator ALS pack takes years of feedback and delivers a bag that is at home anywhere.
One of the most functional features of the ALS pack is that it completely opens up and allows quick access to your entire kit via the clamshell design. Once open, the color coded Easy-Vis pouch system allows you to quickly identify the necessary items for the job. Each pouch has a clear window for additional identification of its contents. The internal zip pouches also have clear windows for further organization of supplies.
Gear Set™ Ready
5.11 is releasing a system of pouches (Gear Sets™) that works in tandem with their new line of packs and bags. These smaller Gear Sets are designed to work with a larger system allowing you to configure your loadouts based on your needs. The Med Pouch Gear Set™ is a perfect addition to this bag. It can be set up as an IFAK or carry quick access items that are used more frequently on the job. The small pouch also uses a clam shell design that allows easy and fast access to its contents. Well thought out organization allows the user to focus on the task at hand and not waste time looking for the right equipment.
Features upon features
The one thing the ALS pack doesn’t lack is features. From the laser cut MOLLE compatible webbing on the sides to the large hook-n-loop surface on the front, there’s no shortage of space to maximize. The bag also features comfortable straps for carrying heavy loads and the materials of the entire pack are comprised of 1050D and 1000D nylon with waterproof coatings in the areas that count the most.
The 5.11 Operator ALS Backpack is ready for those long shifts that never seem to end and for those grab-and-go moments.
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