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Our Price: $189.00

Product Code: PIG.721


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PIG 40 Hour Pack

Patrol Incident Gear is proud to bring to the marketplace one of the best packs available in its size class, the PIG 40 Hour Pack.

The PIG 40 Hour Pack is the culmination of a rigorous 5-year design process originally kicked off in 2010. Built with crossover functionality, there’s no limit to the uses and capabilities of this pack. Our designers focused on introducing a hybrid materials construction while maintaining rugged military expectations for gear performance. The 40 Hour Pack is lightweight without compromising abrasion resistance in all the right areas.

Features include:
  • Hybrid materials construction for optimal lightweight to ruggedness performance
  • Hydration bladder compatible
  • Top-bottom bartacked carry handles for additional carry options when traversing obstacles
  • Capacity: 25L (1500 cubic inches)
  • Dimensions: 17" Tall x 13" Wide x 12" Thick (when stuffed)
  • Both internal and external loop fields for ID and morale patches
  • Drainage grommets for full length external pouch, bladder sleeve and main compartment
  • Large admin pocket with organizational divider
  • PIG Plate Carrier-style airflow padding
  • Antimicrobial strap hardware
  • Pass-thru channel for padded belt upgrade (coming Spring 2016)
  • Internal frame sheet access panel
  • Made in the USA.

Frequently Bought Together:
PIG Sternum Strap
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PIG Sternum Strap

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PIG 40 hour Pack March 5, 2017
Reviewer: Daniel Whitcomb from JBER, AK United States  
This pack is amazing. It's extreamly  versatile and confortable!

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Decent pack, not as big as it looks February 29, 2016
Reviewer: Charlie from MO United States  
This is a decent day pack, I would definitely not call it a 40 hour pack.  It's smaller than it looked in the pictures and even the reviews.  What space it has comes from its thickness (off your back) rather than tallness.  The molle inside is made out of binding tape, so I'm not comfortable putting any kind of pouch on there.  Actually ended up returning it and ordering an ATS RAID II with a much better track record for basically the same price.

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Almost there... February 29, 2016
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from fallbrook, CA United States  
Great pack, construction and lay out wise. Very disappointed that there isn't a frame sheet yet and that it doesn't come with a sternum strap. Rides nicely on the back, straps may be a little too padded for plate carrier or heavy jacket use. Kinda start cutting circulation off after a while but can be mitigated by lowering pack.

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Pig 40 October 7, 2015
Reviewer: Travis Robinson from lomita, CA United States  
Good bag. Comfortable.  Has a setup internally making organizing gear easy to setup and get too.

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Great pack that fits everything I need October 7, 2015
Reviewer: jake the snake from Los Angeles, CA United States  
First off, I really like the styling and smaller detail points on this pack. It's really comfortable on the back and the side straps do a good job of getting weight closer to your back. this helps a lot on reducing fatigue on longer hikes. There is plenty of storage space, which was one of my initial worries and had me on the fence. Compared to other packs in the same price range, I'm really impressed with the construction and sewing on this thing. If I were to be nitpicky, I really wish there was a padded laptop area so that I could use this pack for double-duty on weekend work trips. Comparatively, this has about the same carry capacity (maybe more?) of the GoRuck GR1, but it's way more comfortable than my GR1.

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