A combat backpack doesn't always have to carry all tactical features on the outside - that's what Tasmanian Tiger thought when developing the TT Modular Combat Pack
for the 2021 season. The result is a small combat pack full of optional functions, but with a reduced structure and a flat profile. A convincing design, in our opinion, and that's why we're presenting it to you in detail.
M.O.L.L.E. and a smart combination of subjects for modularity
The versatile daypack has a volume of 22 litres; 17 litres in the main compartment, and 2 litres and 3 litres
in the attached pouches on the front. At 50 x 29 x 14 cm, it is the size of a typical daypack. TT has dispensed fixed elements here and decided to leave the user with options instead. The entire backpack is equipped with laser-cut M.O.L.L.E. slots
, which means that it can be equipped with additional tac pouches or magazine pouches absolutely everywhere. Inside the main compartment there is a M.O.L.L.E. loop field, too.
The main compartment is easy to pack and just as easy to reach because it is equipped with a circumferential zip, which means it can be opened completely and packed like a suitcase. A transparent mesh pouch
on the inside is helpful for smalls, because after all, we all know how it goes without a mesh pocket: Once the batteries or earbuds are sunk into the backpack, you won't find them again until the backpack is completely unloaded! The two pockets on the front of the daypack are each closed with a zip, so they can be used for small items or quickly accessible accessories as well. Of course, there is a preparation for a hydration system inside, which is practically a given for any tactical daypack.
The volume of the pack can be reduced via compression straps on the sides
, thus stabilising the backpack.
Anatomical carrying system for optimal comfort
So now we have a backpack that has all the options for extra attachments and accessories - but what about the carrying system?
TT relies on a proven element in that regard and uses the TT Padded Back carrying system
, which is equipped for extreme loads. Various elements interact here to enable an anatomically supportive use even over longer distances and with heavier loads. First of all, the back section of the backpack is anatomically pre-shaped
and stabilised with an aluminium bar. This strengthens the back and supports the load.
On padded shoulder straps, which are also anatomically shaped and adjustable in length, the load is transferred as comfortably as possible and shoulders and neck are protected as much as possible. Even when the rucksack is worn over a heavy combat vest or a thick jacket, the back and arm straps ensure that neither the mobility is restricted nor the load is incorrectly distributed. Last but not least, the hip fins provide additional relief by transferring the weight
from the shoulders and back to the hips. Since a vest or belt may cause difficulties here, the hip fins can be removed.
The small TT Modular Combat Pack, which by the way is made of the typical CORDURA 700 den
, is a small masterpiece in terms of clear design and reduced specifications with a maximum of options. In our opinion, quite an asset for your tactical use in the new 2021 season.
- Volume: main compartment 17 l + upper front pocket 2 l + lower front pocket 3 l
- Small mesh pockets inside, for stowing small items e.g. batteries etc.
- Padded back carrying system
- Length-adjustable shoulder straps, also allow for carrying over heavy protective vests
- Side compression
- Side pockets made of elastic material
- Loop area on the front
- 22 liters volume
- M.O.L.L.E. loop inside for modular extensions
- Made of sturdy CORDURA
- Front and sides with M.O.L.E. system in laser cut design for optional attachment of additional pockets
- Hydration system preparation
- Two patch front pockets with zipped compartments
- Ergonomically padded back with pre-shaped aluminium profile
- Ergonomically shaped, padded shoulder straps
- Detachable hip fins with zipped compartments