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Maxpedition Thermite Versipack
Khaki / Foliage
This revolutionary new multi-functional bag, designed either to be worn on the waist with a supporting leg strap or shoulder slung, made way for a new genre in tactical nylon: everyday hard-use gear.
The Thermite has one main compartment equipped with a water-resistant storm collar which can be cinched closed and a zippered frontal compartment for PDA and other accessories. An integral sheath with adjustable lid on each side allows for immediate access to two important tools of choice, e.g. flashlight and extra mags.
Maxpedition has increased the elasticity and comfort of the removable leg strap. All Thermite Versipacks are also now ambidextrous!
Product Features Main: 11" x 7" x 4" with numerous internal pockets Front: 7" x 7" x 2" with internal keyper and sleeve pockets Front sleeve: 6.5" x 6.5" with anti-theft device on zipper Rear compartment: 8" x 12" Water bottle pocket: 7" x 2.5"; fits 32oz/1L bottle Product Materials 1000-Denier water and abrasion resistant light-weight ballistic nylon fabric Teflon fabric protector for grime resistance and easy maintenance YKK high strength zippers and zipper tracks UTX-Duraflex nylon buckles for low sound closures Triple polyurethane coated for water resistance High tensile strength nylon webbing High tensile strength composite nylon thread (stronger than ordinary industry standard nylon thread) #AS-100 high grade closed-cell foam padding material for superior shock protection Internal seams taped and finished Paracord zipper pulls Stress points double stitched, Bartacked or "Box-and-X" stitched for added strength Strap: Can be used as the waist strap or shoulder strap (min 30" strap alone / max 57" strap alone; min 39" loop / max 66" loop ; With leg strap attachment, max 85" loop) Cleaning Instructions
Maxpedition’s nylon fabric is treated with Dupont Teflon for superb water and grime resistance. To clean, simply wipe down with a damp cloth. Allow gear to dry naturally. Do not machine wash. Do not use detergent or bleach.
Life can be hard on gear, especially on those everyday packs and bags. Understanding how taxing the daily grind can be on kit bags, Maxpedition utilizes only the highest performing materials. Its story begins in a small workshop in 1988, where experts were dedicated to creating hard-use, military-specification nylon gear. It wasn't long before this commitment to producing durable bags was well-known throughout the world. Despite Maxpedition's international and domestic success, it continues to develop even more user-friendly designs and only uses quality materials and meticulous craftsmanship. Adhering to its philosophy of constant self-improvement, Maxpedition gear can withstand the rigors of the outdoors, the office, the gym or even that next mission in the field.
Reviews: Maxpedition Thermite Versipack
Reviewed by 4 customers
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My 7th Maxpedition bag...
Reviewer: Wiliam F. | Pasadena, MD
Ok, I probably have too many Maxpedition products. But they really have a bag for every situation.
Like the others, this one is built to be bombproof. I got it to use for concealed carry while hiking, etc. It works quite well, and you can retrieve your sidearm quickly with some practice. I also keep my point and shoot camera, leatherman, and other small essentials in it. Both straps have plenty of room, and you can even extend the waist strap to be a shoulder strap if you choose. On a recent trip to the Tetons I really appreciated it's water repelling abilities as it snowed and/or rained every day for a week while I was in the mountains.
I will probably end up using this as a tool bag when not in the woods. It's compact size makes it super handy. You can't go wrong with Maxpedition, I have yet to have any bag fail in the smallest way. As I write this number 8 is on it's way...
Reviewer: R. Strescino | Davie, FL
I was looking for a concealed and carry bag for my SpringField Armory XDM 40 caliber. This bag is a perfect fit, even with a tactical light on the rail of the gun it still fits nicely in the bag. This obviously isn't a quick draw set up, but it's perfect for hiking or walking and the two side pockets each hold a full 16 round magazine. I'm sure I will find other uses for this bag as well, all around great buy and great product.
A small edc bag
Reviewer: Forsaken | Portland, OR
Fill it with everyday carry goodies and throw it in your vehicle so you will have what you need when you need it. Surprisingly I have stuffed mine with a forestry map, suunto a10 compass, firesteel Armageddon, fire starter, streamlight flashlight, spare batteries, 2 spare xd40 mags, 2 spare Ruger 380380 LCP mags, one Ruger 380 LCP back-up pistol, one leatherman supertool, DROID X cell phone, wallet, keys, 10 pack of Celox instant blood clotted, Medical stapler kit, survival fishing kit, several sutures and needles, KaBar FIN fixed blade, and still have more room to go. This is a stellar product, in quality, durability, and craftsmanship.
Overbuilt, a little on the small side
Reviewer: Felix | Burbank, CA
I have both a UTG pack and this Maxpedition pack and the quality of the construction and materials is light years apart. This pack is built heavily (I could say too heavy) The cons is that it is small for what you expect. The thickness and heavyness of the material actually reduce the size. Also, for the price, they could include a shoulder strap. I have not used it as a belt pack, so I don't know how it would be that way. The pro: I can still fit a sizable amount of stuff in here. I use it for my night walks with the dog and I have a can of pepper spray and a tac flashlight in the outer pockets; in the inside I have a small first aid kit, some food bars, a couple of knives, lighter, etc. I can also fit my wallet and my droid phone fits comfortably in the outside pocket. In short, if you could add a way to carry water it would just about be enough for the "10 essentials" if you pack it carefully. For those that say you can carry a gun, I don't know how'd you fit anything bigger than a Ruger LCP, and even that might be a tight squeeze. If you want to carry any other firearm, you will have to move up to a larger pack. All in all, a nice "Man Purse."