British Army Woodland DPM Patrol Pack - 30L British Army Patrol Pack
British Army Woodland Patrol Pack
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Description / British Army Woodland Patrol Pack
The British Army Woodland DPM Patrol Pack is a 30L capacity 1-3 day assault pack that is in use by the British Army. Soldiers in the British Army commonly refer to this as the NI pack, short for Northern Ireland pack, where most soldiers first experience using this patrol pack.
With a good 30L capacity, this patrol pack would be the equivalent of a typical 1-3 day assault pack for carrying volume. With a host of features in addition to this ideal carry volume, the British Army Woodland Patrol Pack is ideal for virtually any situation. With the design of this pack being geared towards patrol type action, this pack would be ideal for overnight hikes. We have had customers purchase this pack for camping gear and all have raved about how tough the patrol pack is and how it holds more than enough gear for even an experienced hiker.
Having seen service in the British Army, each of our 30L Patrol Packs has a story to tell. Soldiers in the British Army have served along side of American soldiers in virtually every modern military action. Your pack may have been in Kosovo, Iraq, Afghanistan, or even on the Arctic Circle where British Royal Marines are stationed to prevent a Russian invasion of Europe through Norway. You are not just buying a backpack, you are buying a piece of British military history that has a story to tell.
- Authentic British Army Surplus
- Designated: Patrol Pack 30 Litre DPM IRR
- NSN#: 8465-99-869-3875
- Two 11" x 7" x 4" Side Pockets
- Two Zippered Top Pockets - Ideal for Maps, Flat Items
- Adjustable Padded Shoulder Straps
- Padded Back for Comfort
- Condition May Vary - All Show Signs of Use
It is not mentioned in the description, but the side pockets have a PVC type coating inside, along with a drawstring enclosure under the pocket lid to keep water out. Great design!
This is a great pack for the price. Don't hesitate to pick one up.
Now it is a used bag. Mine came with a couple of flaws. The top drawstring on the storm collar was missing, which was time-consuming to replace. Not such a big deal, as long as you have spare 550 cord. The belt buckle needed to be replaced. The male section of the buckle was missing and the female section was cracked.
If you want a nice piece of British military history that doubles as a great hiking pack, get this. Just have a few spare buckles handy.