A rare find!
These packs are in used like new condition and has "Test Item" stamped inside
- 2-Enhanced Shoulder Straps
- Padded Adjustable Waist Belt with Extra Large Back Support
- Heat Molded Waist Belt for Greater Comfort and Durability
- Webbing on Front and Sides Of Backpack
- Barrel Lock Drawstring Closure
- Quick Release Fastex® Buckles
- Large Map Pocket Under Top Flap
- Heavy Duty Drag Handle or Carry Handle
- Compression Straps and Shoulder Straps with Quick-Ditch Buckles
- Made of Water Repellent 500 Denier Cordura
- Made from a New Polymer Material for Durability & Long Lasting
- 4000 Cubic Inches of Space
Designed with an Innovative Rib Configuration that Allows the Frame to Flex Around the User's Body for Load bearing Comfort and Increased Range of Motion (With or Without Body Armor), Yet is Rigid Enough to be Stable While Supporting as Much as 200 lbs.
Impact Resistant & Capable of Surviving 32 fps Impacts with Concrete
Larger then Medium MOLLE, but smaller than the Large MOLLE. In the bottom of the pack is a suspension system. If you don't need the system remove it and use the space for additional storage.
The MOLLE 4000 is the US Army’s new airborne rucksack, designed to satisfy requests from paratroopers for a pack that’s smaller than the large MOLLE ruck but with more capacity than the medium MOLLE that the Army introduced in 2009 for up to 72-hour missions.
Equipment officials worked with the 82nd Airborne Division to design the new pack. The large MOLLE ruck – short for Modular Lightweight Load-carrying Equipment – holds about 5,000 cubic inches. The pack has a single-point release harness built into the bottom. The MOLLE 4000 uses the same hard plastic frame as the U.S. Marine Corps ruck system. The MOLLE 4000 is currently being tested by the 82nd Airborne, the 75th Ranger Regiment as well as airborne troops in Alaska and Hawaii.