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About This Item

  • Traditional top loader with secondary sleeping bag compartment
  • Padded back panel; shoulder straps; mesh-padded waistbelt with zip pockets
  • Vertical zip front panel pocket; side stretch-mesh pockets; dual front panel webbing loops for external attachment
  • Side compression straps secure the load for a stable hike
  • Hydration sleeve, hanging clip and tube exit port (hydration reservoir not included)
  • Trekking pole attachment points
  • Bottom and side compression straps
  • Adjustable sternum strap with emergency whistle
  • Closeout

Technical Details

Best Use:Backpacking,Hiking
Frame Type:Internal Frame
Gear Capacity (L):40 liters
Gear Capacity (cu. in.):2,440 cubic inches
Weight:3 lbs. 6 oz.
Fits Torso Length (in.):15-19 inches
Fits Waist/Hips:28-48 inches
Material(s):600-denier polyester, 75-denier circle mesh, polyethylene/polyurethane foam, 210-denier nylon
Frame Material:HDPE framesheet and aluminum stays
Reservoir Compatible:Yes
Suspended Mesh Back Panel:Yes
Pack Access:Top/bottom
Number of Exterior Pockets:3 + main compartment
Sleeping Bag Compartment:Yes
Hipbelt Pockets:Yes
Dimensions:26 x 10 x 6.25 inches

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army green, GREY

4 reviews for ASE CAMPING 40PACK

  1. Martin Chatys

    This is the best bag i have ever owned. The split zippered front and the sturdiness is awesome. It fits like a super comfy ruck. Ton of room inside as well. Money well spent.

    Martin Chatys
  2. Richard Saddler

    I got this pack a few days ago and I immediately wanted to see what it would do so I planned a long wade fishing trip and decided we should test how it’ll do with water, mud, and brush. It didn’t even flinch. Sometimes I forgot that I had it. This pack is very comfortable and lightweight. I had a camel, 4 pouches of kool-aid, 550 chord, personal effects, and a tackle box and I never felt like I had to shift the bag around to give my shoulders a break. I carried this pack for close to 6 hours that day and it performed greatly. This is my first time carrying a MR and I think I’m about to replace my MOLLE with one of their framed back packs.

    Richard Saddler
  3. Kat_M_97531

    I bought this to use as my bug out bag that I keep at home for emergencies. For one person, it’s large enough to hold pretty much everything I had. And honestly, if it had been larger (and I’d put more into it), I don’t know whether it would have been possible – let alone as easy – for me to carry.The bag is organized really well and the zippers are fantastic quality. I also love the hard piece behind the straps (covered with cushion so you don’t feel it) that distributes the bag’s weight evenly across the back and hips. I’d read a lot of positive reviews about how comfortable this bag is, and still it blew me away. I’m a 5’5 woman and after adjusting the straps I can carry it with ease.The straps will make it easy to attach things that need to be within easy reach/removable (I’ll probably swap my med kit into a pouch to attach versus keeping the items in the pack). And the inner pockets and pouches are all organized symmetrically in a way that makes sense, which makes it super easy to find items in a full pack.

  4. Kyle

    This pack is very versatile! I’ve used it for activities with my kid and random outdoor stuff. Haven’t had any issues with it.

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