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PUSH Pack

Purpose Built

The Practical Utility Shoulder Hold, or PUSH™ Pack, is a full-featured messenger style bag that provides quick grab-and-go efficiency in any situation. Initially designed as a quick deployment solution or as a last minute bail-out bag from a vehicle, the 5.11® PUSH Pack is also prized by frequent travelers who need a reliable, lightweight carryall. The PUSH Pack features a roomy main compartment, two expandable side compartments, a TacTec System™ compatible covert pocket at the rear, and a fully adjustable padded shoulder strap. MOLLE/SlickStick System web gear slots lining the exterior allow quick and easy carry option customization, while hook and loop nametape and flag holders provide quick ID capability.

 

Overview:

  • Roomy main compartment
  • Dual expanding side pockets
  • Covert TacTec System compatible pocket
  • MOLLE/SlickStick web platform exterior
  • Fully adjustable padded strap

 

Specifications:

  • 1050D weather resistant nylon
  • Removable strap padding
  • Hook and loop nametape and flag patches
  • Aero foam back padding for comfort

 

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PUSH Pack

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$64.99

Purpose Built

The Practical Utility Shoulder Hold, or PUSH™ Pack, is a full-featured messenger style bag that provides quick grab-and-go efficiency in any situation. Initially designed as a quick deployment solution or as a last minute bail-out bag from a vehicle, the 5.11® PUSH Pack is also prized by frequent travelers who need a reliable, lightweight carryall. The PUSH Pack features a roomy main compartment, two expandable side compartments, a TacTec System™ compatible covert pocket at the rear, and a fully adjustable padded shoulder strap. MOLLE/SlickStick System web gear slots lining the exterior allow quick and easy carry option customization, while hook and loop nametape and flag holders provide quick ID capability.

 

Overview:

  • Roomy main compartment
  • Dual expanding side pockets
  • Covert TacTec System compatible pocket
  • MOLLE/SlickStick web platform exterior
  • Fully adjustable padded strap

 

Specifications:

  • 1050D weather resistant nylon
  • Removable strap padding
  • Hook and loop nametape and flag patches
  • Aero foam back padding for comfort

 

Ratings and Reviews

 
4.6

(based on 151 reviews)

91 %

Pros

  • Comfortable (108)
  • Rugged Construction (98)
  • Easy To Load (86)
  • Lightweight (78)
  • Highly Adjustable (70)

Cons

  • Not Enough Pockets (13)
  • Difficult To Load (4)
  • None (4)
  • Uncomfortable (2)
  • Difficult To Adjust (2)

Best Uses

  • Personal Safety (58)
  • In Vehicles (53)
  • Urban Operations (41)
  • Field Training (32)
  • Special Operations (20)

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3.0

Comfortable, but poor workmanship

By cfw

from Louisiana

Was this a gift?

  • No

Pros

  • Convenient Size Pouches
  • Comfortable
  • Convenient Sized Pouches

Cons

  • Poor Workmanship

My profession is

  • Other

I have used this product for

  • 1-3 months

poor quality control on the seams in one of the pockets -- came unsewn in about 2 months.

 
4.0

Great bag!

By SB

from Texas

Cons

  • Not Enough Pockets

My profession is

  • Law Enforcement

Describe Yourself

  • Soldier
  • Police Officer

Best Uses

  • Personal Safety
  • Urban Operations
  • In Vehicles

Was this a gift?

  • No

Pros

  • Highly Adjustable
  • Rugged Construction
  • Comfortable
  • Easy To Load
  • Lightweight

I have used this product for

  • Over 2 years

Great for throwing in the POV, or trunk of work vehicle.
I have bigger 5.11 bags, but for quick trips, this works great!

 
5.0

Right On!

By Retired EMT

from Austin, Texas

Was this a gift?

  • No

Pros

  • Easy To Load
  • Large Capacity
  • Comfortable
  • Highly Adjustable
  • Lightweight
  • Rugged Construction

My profession is

  • Other

I have used this product for

  • 1-2 years

Describe Yourself

  • Outdoor Enthusiast

Best Uses

  • Personal Safety
  • Patrols

My Push Pack was purchased a couple years ago and still going strong! It has morphed from a search and rescue bag, to a daily carry bag, a conceal carry bag to a medical equipment bag. I dont leave home without it.

 
5.0

Diaper/man bag

By retired squid

from lakeland, fl

Was this a gift?

  • No

Pros

  • Plenty of pockets
  • Not big and bulky

My profession is

  • Other

I have used this product for

  • Less than a month

Best Uses

  • A place for everything

Using as a diaper bag, it holds everything that is needed to get you through the mall, store, or grocery shopping. Even a pocket for when I conceal carry.

 
4.0

Great Active Person Gear.

By RB

from SLC, UT

Was this a gift?

  • No

Pros

  • Great Edc For Ccw
  • High storage capacity
  • Versatile
  • Great For Active Persons
  • Comfortable
  • very durable

Cons

  • Add Strap When Running
  • Not So Ambidextrous

My profession is

  • Other

I have used this product for

  • 1-3 months

Best Uses

  • CCW
  • Everyday carry
  • EDC
  • Hiking
  • Conceal Carry
  • Exercise Buddy

About me and how it works with me:

1. I jog and/or cycle as part of my commute to or from my work.
2. I carry 7" Tablet and Smartphone everywhere.
3. I live in a place with super hot summers and ultra cold winters.
4. I sweat, like a lot more than you. It's a genetic thing.
5. I carry concealed.
6. I am left handed.

This pack solves my everyday carry and my cycling/jogging needs well. I couldn't stand the bounce a backpack had when I jogged, no matter how much I secured it. I also hated the lack of ventilation a pack had on my back and given my propensity to perspire, I needed something else. The Push Pack is so much better. It is not backpack size, but it holds all I need for my exercise commute. This includes extra clothing I may or may not need during winter months.

The simple and spacious main pocket enables me to carry what I need in my work related gear. The smartphone is safe and secure in the side expandable pocket. I keep a first aid kit in the the other pocket and will probably use that pocket for a water bottle in the summer. There is plenty of room for all of it.

I love the belt loop feature as it allows me to put a portion of the load on my hip and less on my shoulder, which is a big deal during runs and hikes.

When I first used it, it did bounce against my leg during my run. However, the push comes with webbing on the bottom sides. A purchase of a small strap that threaded through the webbing and I had a leg belt, problem solved.

The concealed weapon pouch comes with a wide top opened by a single horizontal zipper. Corners are not your friend when it comes to zippered compartments especially when it's carrying your sidearm. The single, straight, large zipper provides and excellent wide access for your weapon should you need it.

The hook and loop configuration inside made securing your weapon in your favorite position is a snap.

The bag is not totally ambidextrous. It can be worn in either side, but is suited more for the right side carry. On the right side is rests slightly to the rear of the side and on the left it shifts to the forward portion of the side. It is not a major issue in normal daily carry, but you do notice it during a run and the right side carry is much more comfortable. Plus, if you carry left, the quick release strap is inaccessible.

The fact is, that it is difficult to make a hip carry bag that is truly ambidextrous. I would like to have a left handed alternative to this bag. This is especially true where my CC weapon in on my weak side during a run, something I am fixing by practicing draws and shooting with my right hand.

Again, it does work on the left and it does work well. so for an everyday carry, it will not be an issue. I only becomes one as you use it during higher stress activity on your body. It is the only reason I did not give it 5 stars.

Given how I use it, It's durability and quality are excellent. I use the bag everyday and can heartedly recommend it.

 
5.0

Exceptional value & performance

By Wolfman

from Colorado

Was this a gift?

  • No

Pros

  • Well Designed Pockets
  • Well built
  • Indestructible

My profession is

  • Law Enforcement

I have used this product for

  • Over 2 years

Best Uses

  • TACTICAL

Bought 1 in along with a Rush 72 for 1 yr deployment as civilian advisor. Conceals Beretta M9, 2 spare mags, Surefire, handcuffs, mobile phone & tac gloves.
Daily hard use in and around armored vehicles proved it was indestructible. Good value for $$.

 
4.0

Just an ordinary guy looking for a bag

By FearNot

from Central FL

Cons

  • Shoulder Pad Slides Aroun

My profession is

  • Other

Describe Yourself

  • Ordinary Non-leo Non-mil

Best Uses

  • Carrying Stuff

Was this a gift?

  • No

Pros

  • Lots of pockets
  • Comfortable
  • Large Capacity
  • Easy To Load
  • Rugged Construction

I have used this product for

  • 3-6 months

I am an ordinary civilian type, non-LEO, non-military, who needs something to carry all of my "stuff" in. This bag is great! I've got pockets for keys and computer dongles. A pocket for my tablet (the main reason I need a bag of some sort), a small camera, a couple of pens and note cards, my Swiss army knife, ear buds, etc., etc. ... and I still have some room. Construction is strong and well thought out. Material seems to be rugged. Zippers are easy to reach and use; most of them can be opened one handed. I don't use the concealed carry pocket much, but have on occasion. There is a velcro patch inside, so you can attach a holster, if needed - handy. Not being in any sort of tactical environment I carry my smart phone in a pocket on the front flap where it easy to get at. The water bottle holders (one on each side) seem a bit small to me, but should hold a one liter bottle OK. Me, I keep my Swiss army knife and small flashlight in one and my tablet charger and cord in the other. The pockets ARE somewhat expandable. The bag looks a bit militant for civilians to be carrying around and I've gotten a couple of "looks" but these bags are becoming popular, so I don't feel too out of place. Besides, I'm 63 years old and don't give a hoot what others think! :>) Cons? About the only thing I can think of is that I'd like to be able to secure the pad on the shoulder strap in place as it slides around some when I'm not wearing the bag, so I have to adjust it when I put it on. Oh, and I'd like someplace to put my eyeglasses. I'm still looking around for something that I can put on the strap so they're readily accessible but protected (5.11 has an item that I'll probably give a try). I only need them for reading, so they're constantly being put on and taken off when I'm out shopping. Something on the strap that would let me easily slide them in and out would be great. Also, I'm left handed, so I'm probably wearing this backward, but it still works very well for me. Recommended

 
5.0

Fantastic Product!

By Chris

from West Virginia

Was this a gift?

  • No

Pros

  • Easy To Load
  • Rugged Construction
  • Highly Adjustable
  • Lightweight
  • Large Capacity
  • Comfortable

My profession is

  • First Responder

I have used this product for

  • 1-3 months

Describe Yourself

  • EMT

Best Uses

  • Urban Operations
  • In Vehicles
  • Special Operations

A bunch of people at the squad I run with got these, and initially I was skeptical, but then I tried one and it is great, I can out all of the supplies I truly need next to me at the critical time. Great product!

 
5.0

Survived DISNEY!

By TacticalMom

from New England

Was this a gift?

  • No

Pros

  • Easy To Load
  • Highly Adjustable
  • Rugged Construction
  • Comfortable
  • Large Capacity

My profession is

  • Other

I have used this product for

  • 3-6 months

Describe Yourself

  • Mom
  • Short Woman

Fire? Earthquake? Zombie Apocalypse? Pfff -- kid stuff! I wore this baby into the tactical emergency that is... Disney World.

I knew I needed something rugged, easy to access, and roomy enough for all the things a parent has to carry around these places: money, ID, keys, bandaids, money, food, water, sunglasses, money, phone, laudanum...

All the necessaries fit into this thing like a dream, and there always seemed to be room for the "Mommy, you carry it!" items on top or hung off the sides.

I am 5' 2"3/4 and short-waisted; the only backpack ever to fit me well had Hello Kitty on it. I was half expecting this thing to hang to my knees, but the strap adjusts to HALF the fully-extended length. I may end up taking a tuck in it as it was still maybe an inch too long, but I am a serious outlier -- most normal humans will find the right length no problem, and the belt loop is great for extra support when it's heavy.

The curved design of this bag makes it perfect for women -- it snugged around my hip and didn't bang around or catch on things. Easy, easy access to all the things I needed right away, and SO STYLISH! OK, scratch that last one, but it looked like what it was: a solid, smart utility bag that saved my sanity for ten days of family vacation. You will NOT be disappointed.

 
3.0

I wish it was 8x8x4 in the main compt.

By mateau

from Camp Leatherneck

Was this a gift?

  • No

Pros

  • Comfortable
  • Lightweight
  • Rugged Construction
  • Flexible Nylon

Cons

  • Difficult To Load
  • Not 8x8x4

My profession is

  • Other

I have used this product for

  • 3-6 months

Describe Yourself

  • Field Engineer
  • Outdoor Enthusiast
  • Photographer

Best Uses

  • Equipment Bag

This is a nicely made product and I prefer it to the product made by a well-known competitor who has a very broad product line, simply because the nylon cordura it is made from is not so stiff as to be difficult to stuff. It is flexible and a bit more comfortable. Having said that, the main compartment is NOT 8x8x4, rather it is subdivided. If it was I could fit a 6x8x4 padded camera insert which I cannot.
The zippered ends should have been left out and just been PALS attachment points and a little more space given to the main compartment. And then the user would have a bit more flexibility with any additional water bottle pouches, organizers etc.
Additional PALS attachment could go on the back of bag for attaching to a back-pack or other bag to "get-around" airline carry-on limits.
I can't give it a 4 because it does not meet spec.

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