I've really enjoyed this bag. One of the most comfortable and practical backpacks/bags I've ever owned. The pockets are very handy, and there isn't really anything I haven't been able to store inside. Lots of room for attaching things on the outside, and cool features like space for a hydration bladder and a pocket for your shades. The fixtures (zippers, stitching) are all very sturdy and the water-repellent feature is also very handy. The weight always feels good no matter what you put in it, and it doesn't feel weighted down even under a heavy load. I was conflicted between this pack and the 72hr, but the 24hr was plenty roomy for my needs. The strap that cinches the shoulder straps together is also handy, and the small piece that holds the remaining strap length is a nice addition and a testament to the small details 5.11 adds to their gear to make it comfortable and practical. Well worth the price, I'd recommend it to anyone looking for a substantial pack.
J'ai acheté ce produit en aout 2015.
Au début cela allé cependant à présent j'ai une bretelle qui se déchire et je n'ai jamais porté ce sac tous les jours. c'est un usage ponctuel !
Je suis déçu de ce sac 5.11... je m'attendais à mieux et plus pratique.
il manque un réglage de la hauteur du sac par les bretelles...
Les coutures semblent faibles
Bought RUSH24 backpacks for me and some for my sons several years ago. RUSH24 pack is outstanding. It has "option" for a waist-belt if you can find a belt that you like that fits it. If you want a built-in waist belt system however, then be advised that the RUSH24 does not have a built-in waist-belt-system. 511 does however make other similar packs that have great built-in waist-belt systems. I wish I had bought one with a built in waist-belt.
Love the bag. its great knowing i can load it with what ever i need and will be able to neatly organize everything and that the bag will hold and last no mater the environment
Everything about this backpack is exceptional. Great quality and array or storage options and modifications. The only negative aspect is that I assumed it had a waist strap, which was my mistake for not looking into. I tried to find one on the website but couldn't, so I called, and the sales person on the phone told me that they do not sell them. If you need a waist strap, consider the Rush72. I'm going to have to find a 3rd party option for the waist strap.
I asked my friend to order Rush 24 Sandstone in Germany. I am in Viet Nam and I did not think these products are manufactured in my country. When I received the bag just 1 week ago, I was surprised by the label "Made in Vietnam" inside the bag. I am wondering if there is any official store selling Rush series in Vietnam. Any way, I am happy with it because I often travel for 3 to 4 days in remote areas and it can store most of my stuffs.
I am thinking of having another Rush 12 TAC OD
Good pack with lots of little pocket options. I am disappointed that it did not come with a waist belt.
I've had my Rush 24 for a little over 2 years. I use it daily for work, and it's my go-to travel bag. It has been on multiple plane trips, including 2 to Hong Kong. The bag has held up extremely well. Recently, the zipper straps have started to frey from the abuse I put my bag through. I e-mailed 5.11 and explained the situation, they sent me replacements for them, no questions asked and at no charge to me.
everything is just as god as advertised and i was very happy. however theres one thing which isnt specified which i thought it included but in reaality it doesnt, and thats the waist strap. it only come with the rush 72
I use backpacks for everything - work, hiking, biking, traveling, etc. I need a lot of room and organization but without the bulkiness of most bags. After a ton of research and trying out so many other, cheaper options, I finally invested in the Rush 24 in Dark Earth (looks good on my multicam uniform and with multicam patches/name tape). Not only does it look sharp for work, but I can store so much in it. I carry a full load of basic CLS gear in just one pocket, extra clothes, outdoor survival gear, and I also have a Camelbak reservoir in it. The way it's designed takes all the weight off of my lower back and I can hike all day with a full load of gear without feeling any unnecessary stress. It's how a backpack SHOULD feel. I don't leave my house without it. It's my EDC go-to now.