Maxpedition Falcon-II Mochila, Gris, diseño de Lobo
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- Tamaño total: 9 "(L) x 10" (W) x 18 (H)
- Compartimento principal: 9 "(L) x 4" (W) x 18 (H)
- Compartimiento de secundaria: 8 "(L) x 3 (W) x 16" (H)
- Volumen: 1.400 cu. in./23L
- Un (1) 8.5 "(L) x 17" (H) compartimento con cremallera interna Loop campo acomoda CCW o 100oz/3L depósito de agua
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'Compartimiento principal: 18 "(H) x 9.5" (W) x 12 "(d) compartimiento secundario: 16" (H) x 8 (d) bolsillo frontal superior: 4 "" (W) x 3 (H) x 7 "(W) x 2.5" (d) bolsillo frontal inferior: 10 "(H) x 7" (W) x 2.5 (d) Capacidad: 1520 cu. in. /25 litros Hidratación vejiga: hasta 100oz apoyo: 1 ", 1.5" correa de esternón Correa de cintura Correa de cinturón (min 9 "solos/Max 42" solos; Min 19 "Loop/Max 52" Loop) accesorios opcionales: Hook & Loop accesorios modulares y Grimloc mosquetón
La mochila de Falcon II (# 0513) es la segunda generación muy mejorada de nuestra mochila de asalto militares que ha sido actualizado con las comodidades de uso diario en mente mientras no comprometer la integridad de la construcción resistente Battlefield.
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Pros: Sturdy, ridged, perfect size for a small to medium size frame, compact and expandable
Cons: Awful chemical smell! Loose and uneven stitching, too many loose straps, no bottle holder (you have to purchase one separately)
I usually carry an EDC (Every Day Carry) along with my work stuff in one backpack. Most tactical backpacks are bulky and cumbersome. Not so much with the Falcon Backpack. Reviewers commented on how small this bag is and I can see why they say that. When I first opened the box shocked I was relieved by the compact size. I was looking for something that wasn’t too big as I’m a little over five feet tall. I can see why this pack could be too small for some though. This is a perfect size for a carry on - especially if you keep a couple days worth of clothing and personal hygiene items with you in case your luggage gets lost.
My old backpack was bulky, use to sag, and pull on the straps if I put a decent amount of stuff in it. This pack is ridged, not flimsy, so it keeps its form. I haven’t noticed the weight like with my other bag. I like that it has several straps to keep it compact but will also allow for greater expansion if needed.
I have two main complaints. One, the smell is horrendous! It’s a mixture between formaldehyde and dog poop on your shoes. I know that sounds strange but that is the only way I know how to describe it. I’ve had this backpack by my desk for several days and the headache from the smell is nauseating. My eyes are burning. The attached tag stated that the pack was treated with Teflon-which might explain it. It would also explain why this pack is so ridged. It seems that you could do all kind of damage to it and it will still keep its shape. I now understand why one reviewer stated that the pack is bulletproof. If you want something that is supple or malleable this is not the pack for you. The second complaint would be the stitching. I paid $140 for this pack. I was expecting better quality and even stitching.
FYI: This pack doesn’t have a side pocket for a drink/water bottle. You have to buy one separately. I’m guessing they decided a beverage pouch was not needed because of the water bladder compartment. Speaking of the water bladder-it goes in a separate zippered compartment in the back. The bottom of bladder compartment does have a hole for drainage if something happens to the bladder. The rest of the packs bottom is solid. If you put it down on something wet it shouldn’t immediately seep into the inside.
It has a good bit of Molle webbing on the front, sides and shoulder straps. It has a key ring above the top pocket that has a snap closure. It also has a clip attached to one of the inside pockets.
There are eight straps that are free to whip in the wind. I was disappointed that they didn’t come with some sort of tie down. It reminds me of an octopus with flailing arms. They are distracting, cumbersome and messy looking. The straps are nicely padded. I Used a towel in the end photos to show the straps on the bottom. The bottom straps can be used to hold a sleeping bag, coat or additional carry on attachments.
Overall a strong sturdy backpack.
- look really cool. Already few guys have ask me for it.
- it is a narrow pack so nothing sticks out of you back. Great to carry it while riding my bike.
- Super sturdy construction
- Back pocket with velcro to attach i.e. gun holster
- plenty space and pockets.
- Water bladder compatible
- Can add lot of accessories in the molly webbing
- Nylon straps are pretty sturdy and stiff so they do not run well.
- Some nylon straps are long and there is no way to keep the rolled, kind of a mini velcro tie or so.
- Personally I would have liked that admin pocket would have been designed to be opened entirely.
- Shoulder straps would need a bit more padding in my opinion
- Not a good ventilation system in the back
INITIAL IMPRESSION: Again, I just received it. But again, I've owned Max gear for years. I can spot/feel quality, and this is quality. As always, the bag is stiff and compacted. Max bags generally take a month or two to soften up a bit, but they will never be "soft" bags. The thick, quality material that does not give in. I own a 9yo Versipack that I have beat the living **** out of over the years and it still looks new. Granted, it's covered with white crusty stains--that's my old dried sweat salt, from using it in the field and never washing it. A cop buddy of mine bought his Max bag just before starting the police academy ten years ago, and to this day still uses it. Crams it full of backup/tactical gear, ammo, magazines and chucks it in the trunk of his patrol car every morning and a decade later it still ain't coming apart.
SIZE/LAYOUT: This is the area I'm most excited about. This bag is the PERFECT size for me. We've all seen the pics so no need to go into detail about the compartments--there's a main compartment, a middle one, two smaller pouch-type compartments on the exterior and a hidden compartment in the back for hydration or a concealed handgun rig. For my needs, I wanted a backpack that could fit my laptop in it and comfortably accompany me both on the airplane and also out in the field where I may, at times, be moving quickly. This is a long but narrow pack, not at all bulky even when fully extended, and is just the perfect size to combine storage space with maneuverability. I know some guys have said they would use it as an overnighter bag, and I'm confident I could pull that off, but I seriously would not want this as my primary bag if I was going into a situation where there's even a remote chance that I might have to stay out for more than a night. That's when I switch to my Samsonite Airlight shoulder pack and a smaller tactical secondary for my electronic/weapons gear.
If/when I carry a firearm I do so in a concealment rig on my body, and I'm not carrying a hydration rig, so the only thing the hidden pocket will be used for--and very effectively--is to hold my boarding passes and other airport paperwork that I don't like to store in areas more easily accessible to thieves (like the outer pouch). To that end, the hidden compartment wonderful. Simply swing the bag to the side and grab my documents. The zipper and layout would be very, very difficult for a thief to access without my knowing.
My main concern with the main compartment would be that it fit my 14" laptop in a sleeve, a sweater/fleece and perhaps a couple cans of beer that I always sneak onto the plane. I can tell you now, IT DOES.
The middle compartment is perfect for my 10.1" Samsung notebook and Amazon Kindle. This compartment, like the main, is quite tall and surprisingly roomy, so you can fit a surprising amount in there. I took off all the cross-body straps and store them in the bottom of this compartment, just in case I have to use this pack while running. I obviously don't need to be all strapped-in to a rig while strolling through the airport.
With the outer pouch pockets, the larger (lower) of the two has an internal panel where I'll probably just store a few pens and a flashlight, plus my medicine kit and toothbrush travel set. It can hold much more. The smaller will be for all of my travel USB cables and chargers or, once I've landed, perhaps a pair of sunglasses. You could probably fit at least two pairs in there.
OVERALL COMFORT: This is not a bag meant to carry heavy loads. I would probably be hesitant to load anything more than 30lbs in this pack, as it's simply not built for that kind of payload. The straps are well made and designed, but not thick, padded or robust enough to carry around a lot of weight, and while I have no doubt the structural integrity and materials of the bag could withstand 50lbs of crap in the bag, I doubt it would be very comfortable. This is a light bag for a person who many need to maneuver through dynamic situations.
1) Size, layout, expected Max quality and projected durability.
2) There's an ACTUAL, WELL-MADE CARRYING HANDLE ON TOP!! This has consistently been my only criticism of Maxpedition gear--go ask anyone who owns a Fatboy Versipack, or almost any other Max pack. But the Falcon II has about as tough of a handle as you can ask for and it's AWESOME.
3) Fits everything I need as an airline/tactical bag, nothing more, nothing less.
1) This is not an actual criticism as it plays a functional component of this bag, but there are SO MANY straps hanging here and there. Again, I removed the cross-body straps and keep those in the middle compartment. If you don't have any specialist hardware to tie-up or tie-in all the loose straps hanging about, just get creative and fold, flip or otherwise rig them into any of the many existing and functional loops.
2) This is also not a criticism but a hopeful suggestion. If, like on most other Max packs, they could rig a small side pouch or two on the exterior (yes, I know you can purchase one separately and I do own them), that would be amazing. Somewhere to store my Leatherman or tac light for quick and easy access, or perhaps a small camera or even pepper spray. Small side pouches are always useful and wouldn't take up much space or obtrude much on a pack this slim.
I rarely receive new gear and am so excited about it that I spend the next three hours playing with it and writing about it on Amazon, and like I mentioned earlier, this is not my first tactical bag. That should tell you all you need to know. If the dimensions and layout work for you, don't bother having to ponder over this one. Just hit order, and you'll have your new favorite bag.