In addition to one's own hydration bladder, the modular backpack permits the transport of equipment for accompanying comrades. With the MOLLE mounting, the pouch offers plenty of options for the attachment of pouches and equipment of all types. A zip-up storage compartment at the front provides space for maps and ID documents. Pocket for hydration bladder Opening for drinking straw Storage compartment on face side Modular mounting surface Attachment by PALS belts Compression straps Attachment option on pouch bottom Water drainage opening Attachment options on bottom of pouch Elastic cord for clothing or similar at front D-rings for separate shoulder straps Manufactured in accordance with TL technical standards of the German Bundeswehr Dimensions in mm (length/height/width): 212/367/95mm Weight: 307g
Mesh pocket for hydration bladder
The main compartment contains a mesh pocket that will keep a 2-liter hydration bladder separate from the remaining equipment. There is a Velcro-sealable opening for the drinking straw in the top of the pouch.
Attachment by PALS belts
The reverse side of the pouch has four PALS straps to keep it steady in the most adverse conditions. The straps are made of a thin, extremely rugged laminate to enable mounting and removal of the pouch without the need for tools. There are D-rings for separate shoulder straps (not included).
A compression strap was sewn into each side to keep the backpack compact. The straps with push-in buckle attached to the top enable the main compartment to be closed without using the zip fastener.
Fastening option on the bottom of the pouch
Equipment can also be attached to the bottom outside of the backpack so that it is easily accessible. Items can be mounted on the fastening loops by means of carabiners or plastic clips. The two lash-up straps with push-in buckle enable rescue blankets and similar to be carried.