Able Archer Rucksack

Apr 4, 2016

Category: Gear

The rucksack was primarily used by the United States military during the Vietnam War and also in the arctic and alpine regions of the world. The packs original users were Special Forces, reconnaissance patrols and mountain and arctic troops. Now, Able Archer if offering their version of the Common Drawstring Ruck.

Each rucksack features dual side entries allowing fast access underneath the lining. It’s separated into two discrete sections, each with internal elastics and mesh pockets for attuned organization and mounting of accessories. Storage wise, each pack holds up to a 17” laptop in a neoprene-lined compartment with waterproof zippers alongside two hidden stash pockets at the waist that can safely hold lens caps, EDC, and other small items. All told, the Able Archer Rucksack boasts a height of 22”, width of about 12”, depth of 5” and a storage capacity of 22 liers. Prices start at $350 and they are available now through the brand’s website. [Purchase]

More From Gear

Featured Image

The 12 Best Tool Watches

Wrist accessories purpose-built to do something other than tell time.

Posted By

Mar 27, 2020

Featured Image

Vollebak’s Blackout Relaxation Hoodie Makes Self-Isolation Simple & Stylish

Bolstering our attempts at rest, self-care, and solace.

Posted By

Mar 27, 2020

Featured Image

Kriega Unveils Two Waterproof Cordura & Hypalon Adventure Moto Riding Bags

Fully-submersible off-road backpacks with hypalon netting and roll-top closures.

Posted By

Mar 27, 2020

Featured Image

The Complete Guide To Lodge Cast Iron Skillets & Cookware

A comprehensive look at the history and staple offerings of the iconic brand.

Posted By

Mar 26, 2020

Featured Image

Timberland’s Newest Hikers Boast Water-Resistant Sustainable ReBOTL Fabrics

Introducing four new styles to the outfit’s well-rounded inventory.

Posted By

Mar 26, 2020

Featured Image

Ball Gives The Engineer Watch Under-Dial & Bezel Luminous Gas Tubes

The latest stainless steel-cased addition to Ball's Hydrocarbon Engineer collection.

Posted By

Mar 26, 2020