The Tactical Performance 1,250 cu. in. Hydration Pack features rugged 600-denier nylon construction and holds up to 1,250 cu. in. of gear. A separate zippered compartment accommodates up to a 2 liter reservoir (hydration bladder not included), and the pack also has external MOLLE webbing for additional storage.
Features and Benefits
Rugged 600-denier nylon construction
Holds up to 1,250 cu. in. of gear
External MOLLE webbing for additional storage
Separate zippered compartment accommodates up to a 2 liter reservoir (hydration bladder not included)
Important Product and Safety Information
Proposition 65 warning for California residents: WARNING - This product contains one or more chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm.
What's in the Box
Tactical Performance 1,250 cu. in. Hydration Pack
1,250 cu. in.
Rated 4 out of
For the money, this pack is more than solid.I've been pretty impressed with this bag so far. I mostly use it for trail running and day hiking, but it would also do great as an EDC or "get home" bag. There is plenty of space in the main pocket for a first aid or survival kit with room to spare for food or whatever else I feel like packing. There are also a couple of accessory pockets with mesh compartments that are great for holding my wallet, phone, keys, etc. One thing I didn't expect to find was a designated sunglasses pocket with a micro-fiber lining. I didn't notice it when I bought it at the store, but it was a pretty cool surprise the first time I took the pack out. Way to think it through, TP! There is molle webbing all over the pack. With a little 550-cord I can lash just about anything to the exterior, which opens up even more internal storage space.
The bladder itself isn't anything ground breaking, but it serves its purpose. It holds more water than I usually like to haul around on a day hike, which isn't a bad thing. The only issues I've had (and they really aren't so much "functional" as they are aesthetic) are the following:
> The hose length - a little too short to maneuver around the pack for terribly easy access while on the move.
> The cap - has to be sealed exactly right or it will leak. As long as the threads are sealed correctly, there's no leaking.
> The mouth piece - I actually like the mechanics (pull up on the bottom of the piece to open the flow and press down to close it; kind of like a sports bottle), but it takes a little more force to open that I expected. I also find myself having to bite down with a more-than-average amount of force to actually get any out of the tube.
None of these are deal breakers, in my opinion. If anything, I can just switch out the stock bladder for one of my Camelbaks, if need be. I paid about $30 for this pack and I feel like I got way more than my money's worth.
Date published: 2015-06-29
Rated 5 out of
So far so good.I bought one each for my daughters. One uses it while she does PT. She likes the bladder size and the ample storage space so much she's also used it as an overnite bag. I've started using my other daughters pack to hike at the park.The mouthpiece takes a bit getting used to but is still functional. Make sure you tighten the bladder properly or it will leak. It's very sturdy and has held up well to the 15-20lbs of weights I put in it at times. Hopefully it holds up. So far I'm happy with the purchase especially for the price. I definitely recommend it.
Date published: 2014-10-05
Rated 4 out of
Mountian Garrett from
Great Bag but NO BLADDERThe other review on here made it sound like a bladder was included. Even the description of this bag is somewhat misleading. Bladder is not included. So now I'm searching for a good bladder that I'll add to this bag. Other than that, its a great little bag. I take it biking and fishing. On one fishing outing, we found a Lockheed Martin radiosonde. The exterior tie-down was able to secure it so we could bring it back with us. Plenty of pockets and interior dividers to put items. It would be nice to have a waterproof pocket, but there is a lined pocket for phones and watches that protects nicely.
Date published: 2014-09-25
Rated 4 out of
Tactical Performance 1,250 cu. in. Hydration PackHolds more than it's fair share for it's size. The hydration bladder doesn't get in the way of anything else. Good sturdy material.
Date published: 2013-04-15
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