Paladin Go Bag
Paladin Go Bag
The Paladin Go Bag is a nylon lightweight escape and evasion bag made from rugged, rip-resistant nylon material. Designed to fit in small spaces that won’t support a large ruck sack.
Strategically placed and enlarged zipper pulls and buckles provide easy operation in stressful conditions and inclement weather. The bag Stores ammo, survival gear, first aid supplies, sniper essentials, armorer’s tools and more. The Go Bag is cylindrically shaped for smooth, easy on/off and fast access on the run. Wear it over the shoulder or in front of the waist. Features a padded shoulder strap for heavy loads, a quick-ditch side-locking buckle, shoulder attachment points, and carry handles on each side.
Designed to accept a roll up stretcher or a special operations forces load of survival/medical gear, ammo, radios, and rations. Main compartment has double-linked zippers, internal hydration reservoir slot (bladder not included), four zippered flat side pockets for small items, three larger zippered external pouches, MOLLE/PALS attachment webbing on both sides. Internal main zipper is impact-resistant.
The Mission Go Bag is Super Versatile with 10 Methods of Carry:
* Padded shoulder strap
* Waist pack
* MOLLE vest mount
* Wall mount
* Belt mount
* Chest mount
* Pack lid
As a briefcase the Go Bag is designed to carry military issue Panasonic Toughbooks and other laptops of similar size. Wear it as a large vest pouch on front or back using the PALS/MOLLE compatible Flex-Tab attachment system (sold separately), which can also be used to secure the bag to a larger pack. Features thick shoulder straps, reinforced attachment points, internal hydration reservoir slot (bladder not included), and a wallet with 11 small pouches and ID window. One zippered main compartment with four draw corded 500 ml IV pouches, a flats pouch, and a sewn-in tape dispenser. One bellowed zippered front pocket.
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