5.11 Tactical

5.11 Tactical COVRT18™ 30L backpack

Item #: 511t_56961


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The 5.11 TacticalCOVRT 18 Backpack, which is also ideal for off duty CCW use, has been designed by 5.11 Tactical with every possible convenience, including compatibility with the trusted Backup Belt System. Includes a concealed R.A.C. (Roll-down Assault Compartment) and hidden pistol pocket that can easily hold a full-sized firearm. In terms of comfort and portability, QuickTact accessory shoulder straps integrate extremely well with other 5.11 tactical gear; there’s also a padded sunglass pocket to keep your eyewear secure and protected while a flip-down ID panel allows you to transition from covert to visible in an instant.

You can remain connected while using the COVRT 18 backpack as the main compartment contains a padded laptop sleeve. The roomy main and secondary storage areas provide additional storage for important items while compression straps , adjustable yoke shoulders and a reinforced grab handle ensure easy no-fuss carry.

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  • Durable, water-resistant 500 denier nylon
  • 19"H x 12.25"L x 6.5"D main storage area
  • 11”H x 9.25”L x 2.5”D secondary storage area
  • Full-featured covert backpack, perfect for inconspicuous ops
  • Ambidextrous side-entry Back-Up Belt System compartment offers convenient usability for southpaws and right-handers
  • R.A.C. can conceal a full-sized firearm
  • Roomy main and secondary storage areas provide additional storage
  • Reinforced grab handle won’t fray or deteriorate
  • QuickTact accessory straps can be integrated into other 5.11 Tactical gear
  • Protective sunglass pocket
  • Easily accessible flip-down ID panel
  • Padded internal laptop sleeve enables connectivity
  • Comfortable compression straps prevent fatigue
  • Adjustable sternum strap helps distribute weight
  • Yoke-style shoulder straps
  • Rugged YKK zippers
  • Duraflex hardware
  • Manufacturer Sku 56961

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