SOTech Go Bag
Built as a survival bag for Americas elite special operations forces, the S.O.Tech Go Bag is cylindrically shaped for easy access and extraction from a downed aircraft or burning Humvee. It
fits perfectly in the spaces that exist in a helicopter or Humvee, which are
too small for a ruck, but could be a great storage site for an E&E bag.
The options for this bag are endless. The medics fit a roll up stretcher in
it, the spec ops shooters use it for E&E kits, and when you're not
shooting and moving, it's a great bail-out-bag for your car, home or
gym. The Go Bag's shoulder strap is tactically worn over one shoulder and around the waist to give users quick access by rotating the bag from the back to the front of the waist.
The tubular design gives a civilian look and masks large devices. The outside has three pouches where you can store an
assortment of mission related items. The stitching between the two hidden side pockets can be removed to
make one long pouch for items such as extra barrels for quick-change barrel
The main double zippers are mounted internally towards the body incase of zipper blowout during vehicle impact. It is fitted to a Special Forces load list of survival gear, rations, radios, medical gear, and ammunition. The Go Bag was also chosen to be featured in "Transformers", a Paramount Studios motion picture released in July 2007.
- A main compartment with double linked zippers (dimensions: 20" x 6" x 6")
- Internal hydration reservoir slot (canteen not included)
- 4 zippered flat side pockets for small items or documents
- 3 larger zippered external pockets (dimensions: 5.5" x 5" x 3")
- MOLLE/PALS attachment webbing on both sides
- Padded contour single shoulder strap with quick-ditch side locking buckle
- Shoulder attachment points and carrying handles on each end
- Made in the U.S. out of military grade cordura cloth down to the webbing and fasteners to specifications of U.S. Special Forces