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Kilimanjaro has unveiled its line of Kiligear Tactical Series backpacks and bags, which has been field-tested and recommended by members of the National Tactical Officers Association (NTOA).

According to the press release, the two packs and two bags in the Tactical line offer functionality, durability, style and performance for trips to the office, hunting, traveling and tactical missions. In addition, this entire line utilizes rugged, water-resistant 600-denier tactical nylon, self-repairing zippers and reinforced webbing. All four bags and packs received approval ratings ranging from 4.11 to 4.58 out of 5.0 by NTOA members. See below for Kilimanjaro’s rundown of each product in this line.

Operator Modular Assault Pack – A comfortable full-featuredpack. Large enough to carry plenty of gear, with a large main compartment and multiple pockets on the sides and rear. Fills multiple roles, from a tactical assault pack to a hunting backpack to an emergency go-bag. The water resistant construction keeps gear dry and secure in any climate.

Transport Modular Outdoor Pack – Compact, expandable accordion- style pack perfect for day hikes, hunting, bike-packing, commuting, city excursions, outdoor photo shoots and more. The contoured, padded shoulder straps and adjustable sternum and waist straps makes it easy to cinch down for stability on foot or bike. Hydration pack and laptop compatible for added versatility.

3-Way Modular Deployment Bag – A versatile 3-in-1 bag designed for quick access to personal effects, gear or any other small equipment. Multiple compartments for organizing gear. Easily stored in a vehicle trunk. Can be used three ways: As a shoulder bag, with carry handle, or as an attachment to a modular pack.

Concealed Carry Modular Response Bag – Designed to be an operator- friendly gear/travel bag, this bag is a great way to get organized for any emergency preparedness situation. Highlighted by a front side speed- response pocket with hook and loop closure.

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