By Lars Dalseide | September 2 2013 12:25

Navy SEAL and Special Ops tested NRA Backpack for the everyday user

See the backpack tested by the Special Ops guys for the NRA Fairfax, Virginia - Labor Day. The first Monday in September. The federal government officially recognized Labor Day as a national holiday back in 1894 as a celebration of the American worker. Today it marks the end of summer, the beginning of school and another opportunity to hit the stores.

In effort to combine all three, we bring you the NRA Dark Ops Backpack for Membership Monday. Here's the thinking …

A backpack goes everywhere you go. It brings your towels to the beach, your books to school and your shoes to the gym and your lunch to work. And that's just the beginning.

For what you can do with this backpack is limitless. We say that because it's been by the best — the Navy SEALs to name one. If they can take this into the field then you can sure as hell take it to the gym or the woods.

Here are a few of the features

  • heavy duty zippers
  • compassion straps
  • multiple gear pockets
  • MOLLE loops

Made out of a 600 Denier poly waterproof material, this baby can carry a load. Think it might be too much? They thought of that too. That's why she comes with a load bearing belt strap, padded shoulder straps with retainer chest strap and a padded back panel to protect you from your gear.

It's expandable (from 2383 cubic inches to 3920 cubic inches), it's lined with double coated PVC and it's the perfect bag to toss in the car or disappear into the night.

Retailing for $49.95 (less tax and shipping), the NRA Dark Ops Backpack is the be-all end-all of backpacks. It's what you want, what you need, and some of the best of what has to offer.


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