Eagle Industries Modular Assault Pack, MAP

(5 customer reviews)

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Features:

  • Large Zippered Main Compartment
  • Exterior Pocket Compartments On Backpack
  • Compatible With 100oz Water Bladders
  • MOLLE Compatible
  • 2 MOLLE Straps
  • Cinch Straps

Issue Type: USGI

Manufactured by:

  • Eagle Industries

Country of Manufacture: USA

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Description

This is a Modular Assault Pack from Eagle Industries. The pack mounts to any MOLLE compatible surface, like the back of your plate carrier. The pack DOES NOT have shoulder straps. The pack has a large zippered main compartment and a smaller compartment on the front as well. There is a mesh sleeve you can fit a 100oz hydration bladder in the main compartment easily. The pack is great for carrying everything you need for missions right on your back. There is a hook and loop field on the front for ID patches as well. Heavy or bulky loads can be adjusted with the cinch straps on the sides of the pack.

Measures about 17? x 8? x 4?

Features:

  • Large Zippered Main Compartment – This has a large main storage compartment that is closed with a zipper.
  • Exterior Pocket Compartments On Backpack – Pack has exterior pockets for storing smaller items that may be needed to get to quicker than if stored in main compartment. Exterior pockets also offer additional areas for organization of items.
  • Compatible With 100oz Water Bladders – 100oz hydration bladders fit in this.
  • MOLLE Compatible – This item is compatible with MOLLE webbing.
  • 2 MOLLE Straps – This pouch has 2 MOLLE straps to attach it to MOLLE webbing.
  • Cinch Straps – These straps help tighten down gear and keep your load stable and secure.

Manufactured by:

  • Eagle Industries – These are manufactured by Eagle Industries & Allied Eagle Industries. Allied Eagle Industries includes outsourced manufacturers such as Resource Center. Allied Eagle Industries items are made to the exact specs and quality, with no difference in overall materials, design and construction.

Country of Manufacture: USA – This product is manufactured in the USA.

Issue Type: USGI – These are genuine US government issued items made to military specification (mil-spec).

Additional information

Weight25 oz
Condition

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Color

6 Color Desert Camo, ABU, AOR1, AOR2, BDU, Black & White, DCU, Flecktarn, Full Color, Green/Black, MARPAT Desert, MARPAT, Woodland, Multicam Arid, Multicam Tropic, OCP, Scorpion, Ranger Green, Snow Camo, ACU, Black, Blue, Brown, Coyote Brown, Foliage Green, Gold, Gray, Green, Khaki, Multicam, Olive Drab, Orange, Red, Sage Green, Silver, Tan, White, Yellow

5 reviews for Eagle Industries Modular Assault Pack, MAP

  1. Troy Johnson (verified owner)

    Purchased in “defective” condition but it looks brand new! Has a spot for hydration bladder and slit to run the drinking hose through. Great addition to the back of my plate carrier. Couldn’t be happier!

  2. amrobbins (verified owner)

    I ordered a “defective” grade pack. It had a medium sized patch of white, baking-soda-like goop dried onto it that came off easily with some soapy water and a toothbrush. The small pieces of elastic that cover the exit holes for the hydration pack straw were a little worn, but the overall pack was in great condition. Once I cleaned it up a little bit, it would easily meet a strict definition for “Excellent” condition.

    I’m sure some of the “defective” items won’t be quite as perfect as this pack was for me, but it makes me confident that the surplus grading will be fair and accurate across site.

  3. Shane (verified owner)

    Bought a “defective” pack, it has some slight spray paint marking on the velcro and the elastic cable/tube hole covers have clearly been used heavily. It also smelled like surplus and had some white crud on it, but those came out in the wash. It still holds stuff like it should and for the price I would recommend it.

  4. Stephen Perron (verified owner)

    I bought mine in used condition and mine had some stenciling on the front and minor wear and tear. Overall it was good condition. It’s a nice upgrade to your gear so that way you can hold some stuff in the back without needing an additional backpack.

  5. Thomas Bruce (verified owner)

    I purchased in “defective” condition. There are some minor stains on the outer pocket and a noticeable blue stain on the top of the pack. For something you plan to use and get dirty, the bag is in excellent shape. Very sturdy, maybe a little heavy. If weight is a concern I’d go with the newer lighter bag (5KH). Also, I purchased qty 2 double magazine pouches to use on the molle (taps) sections on either side of the backpack; these are a really good size and take up the entire molle section. I’m glad I didn’t try to put a big admin, general purpose, or IFAK type pouch there. I can’t figure out the webbing on the bottom, it seems to be two separate molle attachment points; they’re not a standard distance apart. Probably useful for a bed roll, cot, shooting mat, something you roll up to put down there. 2 things to note, there are no attachment points inside for a water bladder so figure that out and there’s a couple elastic bands to hold something like a radio on either side of the large pocket inside.

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US Military clothing in general runs in BDU sizing. If you are unsure about your proper size for clothing this chart will help you find your general size across all clothing, unless otherwise noted in the description.

Shirts
SizeChestHeightSleeve
XSR29-3267-7124 1/4
SS33-3663-6723 3/4
SR33-3667-7124 3/4
SL33-3671-7525 3/4
MS37-4063-6724 1/4
MR37-4067-7125 1/4
ML37-4071-7526 1/4
LS41-4463-6724 3/4
LR41-4467-7125 3/4
LL41-4471-7526 3/4
XLR45-4867-7126 1/4
XLL45-4871-7527 1/4
XXLR49-5267-7126 3/4
XXLL49-5271-7527 3/4
3XLR53-5667-7127 1/4
3XLL53-5671-7528 1/4
4XLR57-6067-7127 3/4


Pants
SizeWaistInseam
XSR23-2729 1/2 - 32 1/2
SS27-3126 1/2 - 29 1/2
SR27-3129 1/2 - 32 1/2
SL27-3132 1/2 - 35 1/2
MS31-3526 1/2 - 29 1/2
MR31-3529 1/2 - 32 1/2
ML31-3532 1/2 - 35 1/2
LS35-3926 1/2 - 29 1/2
LR35-3929 1/2 - 32 1/2
LL35-3932 1/2 - 35 1/2
XLR39-4329 1/2 - 32 1/2
XLL39-4332 1/2 - 35 1/2
XXLR43-4729 1/2 - 32 1/2
XXLL43-4732 1/2 - 35 1/2
3XLR47-5129 1/2 - 32 1/2
3XLL47-5132 1/2 - 35 1/2
4XLR51-5529 1/2 - 32 1/2

Customer Product Questions and Answers

    Do these have shoulder straps
  1. 0 votes
    Q Do these have shoulder straps answer now
    Asked by Tyler freal on April 21, 2022 2:05 pm
    A

    No, these do not include shoulder straps. They are meant to be mounted to a harness or rig.

  2. So, this pack is too tall to fit on an Eagle Industries H-Harness then?
  3. 1 vote
    Q So, this pack is too tall to fit on an Eagle Industries H-Harness then? answer now
    Asked by g49o3 on December 31, 2020 11:11 pm
    A

    You should be able to fit this bag on an H-harness as long as the harness still has its back panel.

    A The back panel is too short, that is the entire problem. Unless you are referring to center panel of the belt, which I have already removed because of my 34 inch waist. And even if the center panel of the belt was still in use, it would be too low to hook anything to because I am almost 78 inches tall.
  4. How big a hydration bladder will this take comfortably? Also how big is the needed pals field for this to attach? Sorry it's hard to count the rows from the pic.
  5. 0 votes
    Q How big a hydration bladder will this take comfortably? Also how big is the needed pals field for...... Read more answer now
    Asked by TC on September 16, 2020 5:15 pm
    A

    This bag takes a 100 oz bladder comfortably and the PALS field is 7 rows :)

  6. Does this come with the stuff to have it interface with an RRV? Thanks!
  7. 0 votes
    Q Does this come with the stuff to have it interface with an RRV? Thanks! answer now
    Asked by Adam Stinson on July 6, 2020 8:34 pm
    A

    No, these don't include the extra straps to interface directly to the RRV

    A The back panel is too short, that is the entire problem. Unless you are referring to center panel of the belt, which I have already removed because of my 34 inch waist. And even if the center panel of the belt was still in use, it would be too low to hook anything to because I am almost 78 inches tall.
  8. Is this made from 500d or 1000d nylon? Thanks.
  9. 0 votes
    Q Is this made from 500d or 1000d nylon? Thanks. answer now
    Asked by David on April 12, 2020 7:08 pm
    A

    These are made from 1000D nylon

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