Triple Aught Design FAST Pack EDC

Dec 3, 2018

Category: Gear

Triple Aught Design’s FAST line of modular bags has already achieved legendary status amongst the tactical and everyday carry communities for their long and impressive list of features. To improve upon them, however, the brand has taken user feedback into account and applied it to their already amazing FAST Pack EDC with this 2nd generation release.

The newest FAST Pack EDC boasts much of the same features that made the first generation so formidable — like an ultra-durable construction of mil-spec Invista Cordura nylon, a PALS modular webbing system, and an impressive array of internal and external storage solutions. But they’ve beefed it up with a few new additions (some of which borrowed from the much smaller yet equally respected FAST Pack Litespeed). Those improvements include beefed up shoulder straps for more comfortable long-term carrying, dual internal water bottle pockets (lined with more PALS webbing), an internal hideaway security pocket (with even more PALS webbing), and more. This USA-made bag definitely didn’t need to be improved but now it just might be the best tactical pack ever made. Pricing starts at $345.

Purchase: $345+

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