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RUSH 24 Backpack
    RUSH Backpacks Come in 3 Sizes
  • RUSH12
    • Main Compartment = 18” x 11” x 6.5”
    • Capacity = 1,330 cu in, 22 liters
  • RUSH24
    • Main Compartment = 20” x 12.5” x 8”
    • Capacity = 2,070 cu in, 34 liters
  • RUSH72
    • Main Compartment = 23” x 13.5” x 8.5”
    • Capacity = 2,894 cu in, 47.5 liters

Purpose Built

Our most popular tactical backpack, the RUSH 24 is designed to provide superior storage capacity and organization without slowing you down. The roomy main compartment offers three interior mesh organizer pockets to keep small accessories organized, a padded hydration pocket keeps you moving, and a fleece-lined sunglass pocket keeps your eyewear within easy reach. Dual side storage compartments offer double-zip access, a large stuff-it pocket with an integrated draw cord provides expandable storage when you need it, and contoured compression straps ensure a stable, comfortable carry. A wrap-around web platform is MOLLE/SlickStick System™ compatible, allowing you to customize your storage options as you see fit. Easily the best tactical backpack choice for a wide range of applications, the RUSH 24 combines superior mobility and enhanced storage with customizable functionality that excels in any environment.

 

Overview:

  • Quite simply the best tactical backpack on the market
  • Roomy main storage area
  • Dual zipping side pockets
  • Hydration pocket
  • Stuff-it pocket with integrated draw cord
  • Reinforced grab-and-go handle
  • Wrap-around MOLLE/SlickStick web platform
  • Three mesh admin compartments
  • Zippered fleece-lined eyewear pocket
  • hook and loop fastener nametape and flag patches

 

Specifications:

  • Durable1050D nylon
  • Water-repellant coating
  • 20" H x 12.5" L x 8" D main compartment
  • 2070 cubic inch capacity
  • Adjustable height sternum strap
  • Two external compression straps
  • Contoured yoke shoulder strap system
  • Twin drainage grommets
  • Self-repairing YKK® zippers
  • Glove-friendly pull tabs

 

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RUSH 24 Backpack

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$130.99
    RUSH Backpacks Come in 3 Sizes
  • RUSH12
    • Main Compartment = 18” x 11” x 6.5”
    • Capacity = 1,330 cu in, 22 liters
  • RUSH24
    • Main Compartment = 20” x 12.5” x 8”
    • Capacity = 2,070 cu in, 34 liters
  • RUSH72
    • Main Compartment = 23” x 13.5” x 8.5”
    • Capacity = 2,894 cu in, 47.5 liters

Purpose Built

Our most popular tactical backpack, the RUSH 24 is designed to provide superior storage capacity and organization without slowing you down. The roomy main compartment offers three interior mesh organizer pockets to keep small accessories organized, a padded hydration pocket keeps you moving, and a fleece-lined sunglass pocket keeps your eyewear within easy reach. Dual side storage compartments offer double-zip access, a large stuff-it pocket with an integrated draw cord provides expandable storage when you need it, and contoured compression straps ensure a stable, comfortable carry. A wrap-around web platform is MOLLE/SlickStick System™ compatible, allowing you to customize your storage options as you see fit. Easily the best tactical backpack choice for a wide range of applications, the RUSH 24 combines superior mobility and enhanced storage with customizable functionality that excels in any environment.

 

Overview:

  • Quite simply the best tactical backpack on the market
  • Roomy main storage area
  • Dual zipping side pockets
  • Hydration pocket
  • Stuff-it pocket with integrated draw cord
  • Reinforced grab-and-go handle
  • Wrap-around MOLLE/SlickStick web platform
  • Three mesh admin compartments
  • Zippered fleece-lined eyewear pocket
  • hook and loop fastener nametape and flag patches

 

Specifications:

  • Durable1050D nylon
  • Water-repellant coating
  • 20" H x 12.5" L x 8" D main compartment
  • 2070 cubic inch capacity
  • Adjustable height sternum strap
  • Two external compression straps
  • Contoured yoke shoulder strap system
  • Twin drainage grommets
  • Self-repairing YKK® zippers
  • Glove-friendly pull tabs

 

Ratings and Reviews

 
4.7

(based on 228 reviews)

94 %

Pros

  • Rugged Construction (121)
  • Large Capacity (119)
  • Comfortable (118)
  • Easy To Load (116)
  • Highly Adjustable (89)

Cons

  • Heavy (10)
  • Difficult To Adjust (7)
  • None (6)
  • Falls Apart Easily (6)
  • Too Visible (5)

Best Uses

  • Field Training (53)
  • In Vehicles (51)
  • Urban Operations (50)
  • Patrols (45)
  • Personal Safety (43)

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5.0

My EDC pacl savior!!!

By fakirone

from Atlanta, GA

Was this a gift?

  • No

Pros

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

My profession is

  • Other

I have used this product for

  • Less than a month

Describe Yourself

  • Outdoor Enthusiast

Best Uses

  • Personal Safety
  • Patrols
  • Urban Operations
  • Special Operations
  • In Vehicles

Okay, so I have spent a RIDICULOUS amount of time looking for the right EDC backpack for me. Requirements are, lots of PALS webbing, needs to fit a 15" Macbook Pro reasonably well (not just floating around in the main compartment), have enough interior pouches to organize the several hard drives, optical drives, external batteries, etc, etc ,etc that I carry, have a decent to good admin area for all of my pens, docs, ID's, knife etc. that I carry, have two straps because I ride a motorcycle and sling bags suck, not be a cheap piece of *. Oh, and the main reason for the PALS straps is that I have a MOLLE DSLR camera bag that I want to be able to comfortably attach to the bag while traveling, riding etc.
It is not an exaggeration that I have spent at least 30 hours in the past week online searching for the bag to suit my needs. I have bought 3 different bags, only to return each one after I got home and tried to load it. Maxpedition Falcon II, too small to fit laptop properly, the only bag they had that would work was the Kodiak, but it is a single strap bag and would be a nightmare when riding. I bought a Camelbak Motherlode which was huge and fit the laptop with it's sleeve in the hydration pocket nicely, but once again, despite it's size (37 liters) it's lack of organizing pockets left me with a big ole lump of junk at the bottom of my bag making it hard to carry and even harder to find what I needed. On top of that, when I attached my DSLR back to the Pals the whole thing sagged terribly and made it even worse to carry. Returned. Found a distributor for the Condor bags, picked up a Venture. This pack was pretty good functionally, but was just not built up to the specs that I wanted. I want a pack that will last, that is solid and that I can trust. The Condor wasn't that. Returned. Drago Gear Tracker, almost, but too small and kinda cheap (though not as bad as the Condor). Returned. 6 more hours on the internet searching everywhere from Cheaper than Dirt to Kifaru, from the Kifaru X-ray at almost $400 and a waiting list, to almost giving up to... 5.11.
OMG as my daughter would say. A finally a company that get's it. The Rush series backpacks come in different sizes, small, medium and large, they have great reviews on this site, they sound like they have great construction, look to have lots of versatility and organization and I see quality sensible webbing. Did I finally find a pack that would work? It sounded too good to be true, but finally around 2 am last night I found a retailer near me from this site, saved the info then went to sleep.
First thing I did today was head on over to look at these bags. Within a few seconds of having this bag in my hand I felt that I had a winner, a few minutes latter I had not only a Rush 24, but the Rush Moab 6 at the checkout counter. Both bags cost me less than most of the other bags I had looked at so I feel like I got the Moab for free.
The Rush 24 is everything I had hoped for in a EDC backpack. Well, besides two things, I wish it had a few PALS straps inside the small pocket to add a pouch I want to carry in there and I wish that my computer would fit in the hydration pocket instead of having to go into sleeve in the main compartment, if the opening to the hydration pocket was literally an inch wider at the top the laptop would fit in there and be super accessible as well as very protected. You hear me 5.11? All in all I am HAPPY with this pack. Super sturdy construction, lots of organization available without interfering with the ability to carry large loads if needed. The DSLR case attaches pretty well and since the back has a small back board there is no sagging at all. All I did was stick my MSM water bottle corset on the side and load the thing up. I am ready to go!
Love this bag. Very happy. I have no doubts that it will hold up to use as well.

 
5.0

Awesome Pack

By JP

from PA

Was this a gift?

  • Yes

Pros

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

My profession is

  • Other

I have used this product for

  • 1-3 months

Best Uses

  • Patrols
  • Special Operations

This pack was a Christmas present from my wife. It's an awesome pack with tons of pockets. My biggest problem was trying to remember which pocket I stored things in. It's a great pack, looks sharp and none of my fellow officers has one so it's easy to locate. I love this pack...

 
5.0

Great Travel Bag

By MJJ

from North Carolina

Was this a gift?

  • No

Pros

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

My profession is

  • Other

I have used this product for

  • 1-2 years

Describe Yourself

  • Adventurer

Best Uses

  • Travel
  • Every Day Carry

I travel a lot. And these days, I want to carry only the gear I need in one bag - preferably a backpack. That's why I have two Rush 72's. The older one was the first 5.11 bag I bought. Since then, I've bought other, smaller 5.11 bags that I could carry inside my 72's. But I also wanted a smaller...er..."larger" bag that I could carry onto a plane, train and/or bus that didn't take up as much space as my 72's.

Enter the Rush 24.

I've taken it on a few of my trips during the past year, when it worked best for those particular trips, and have never been disappointed. In fact, I have it with me right now on my week-long trip. In my Rush 12 review I talk about how it is secretly a TARDIS - small on the outside, humongous on the inside. It's the same with the 24. I packed precisely what I needed, plus a tiny bit more - and I still have space. So I packed a small go bag inside the 24 that carries my laptop, tablet, and a few other essentials that I need for the day.

Now I'm contemplating using the 24 for most of my trips that last 7 - 10 days, and use my 72 for longer trips. I'm also contemplating packing my 12 for my next trip instead of my go bag. The 12 fits, perfectly with my other gear inside my 24, so I know it won't be a problem.

The Rush 24 is a rugged, durable, deceptively large bag that works well for me as a travel bag. It's a winner in my book.

Hmm. I may even buy a second one in the future.

 
5.0

Flexible, comfortable Backpack

By mindphaser

from Frankfurt, Germany

Was this a gift?

  • No

Pros

  • Capacity
  • Comfortable
  • Easy To Load
  • Flexible

My profession is

  • Other

I have used this product for

  • 1-2 years

Describe Yourself

  • Outdoor Enthusiast

Best Uses

  • Field Training
  • Short Trips

If you are looking for a multi-purpose, comfortable Backpack: this is your choice!

Easy to load, comfortable on the back even when fully loaded and good for hiking or weekend trips. Really nice as Carry-on baggage.

Used it for weekend trips in Europe or as carry-on luggage for travel to Florida with my two kids.

Add a H20 Carrier for your Nalgene Bottle or an Admin Pouch for easy access to documents or EDC tools and you have a really nice solution from EDC carry to business or leisure trips.

 
5.0

Fantastic

By BigBabyWisco

from Madison WI

Was this a gift?

  • No

Pros

  • Solid Construction
  • Aesthetics
  • Organization
  • amount of space
  • Fits Well

Cons

  • Hard To Adjust While On

My profession is

  • Other

I have used this product for

  • 1-3 months

Best Uses

  • EDC Every Day Carry
  • Outdoor Day Trips
  • Travel

I bought this backpack after I found myself unable to open doors on my way to work due to carrying too much. Any backpack would have worked for this, but not every pack allows me to take it out onto the river for a day/night of fishing and hiking without being ripped up in no time. The construction is very solid, (and beautiful in sandstone). I'm 6 feet tall and weigh 350. The pack fits me well even when packed with stuff including a 72 oz jug. I was indeed hesitant to spend this amount of dough on a backpack, but am very happy I did. This is worth the money.

 
5.0

So much storage so little time

By Blaze

from Nebraska

Was this a gift?

  • No

Pros

  • Ease of Use
  • Pockets
  • Storage
  • durability

My profession is

  • Other

I have used this product for

  • Less than a month

Best Uses

  • Zombie Hunting
  • Fishing
  • Hunting

I just got my pack in the mail and alls i can say is OMG so many pockets so little time. I love it already started packing it with basic survival gear. I really like the ease of use. I will definately tellign my buddies that hunt and fish about this pack

 
5.0

An excellent pack

By Placid Life

from Lake Placid, FL

Was this a gift?

  • No

Pros

  • Well constructed
  • Durable
  • Great Zippers
  • Plenty of pockets

My profession is

  • Other

I have used this product for

  • 1-2 years

Best Uses

  • Every day use
  • Travel

I use this product just about every day to carry my gear to and from work. It has tons of places to organize and keep everything safe. When I need some specialized place, I utilize the Molle webbing to add the appropriate pouch. It has been in use for over a year and shows no signs of wearing out. The front admin area has a pocket that easily holds my tablet. My only reservation is the rear hydration pocket also gets used often for carrying my laptop. Having it there means its under pressure from the weight of all the other items in the pack. If your going to carry heavy loads I might suggest keeping an eye on how it affects your laptop. May have to move it to another spot in the bag to keep it from having any crush damage. But other than that it is one of the best back packs I've ever owned.

 
5.0

Great for everyday use.

By Matt

from New Jersey

Was this a gift?

  • No

Pros

  • organizable
  • Durable
  • Spacious

Cons

  • Taking Off Ease Ability
  • Taking Off Erasability

My profession is

  • First Responder

I have used this product for

  • 1-2 years

Best Uses

  • Grab and go bag
  • Range bag
  • Weekend Bag
  • Training Day Bag

I am an EMT and Firefighter both volunteer and paid. I use this bag everyday I work and some I am off. This pack can hold my electronics: Laptop, iPad, charging cables, external hard drive, mini flashlight, portable charger. Along with files and clothes with no issues what so ever. When I get called to last minute come in for a 24 or 36hr shift coverage this is the bag I turn to. It is able to take my priority gear and fit some extra for fresh clothes and extra gear depending on the nature of the call.

 
5.0

Worth The Money

By Jason

from Tulsa, OK

Pros

  • Rugged
  • Roomy

Was this a gift?

  • No

Cons

  • Heavy

My profession is

  • First Responder

I have used this product for

  • Over 2 years

Best Uses

  • TACTICAL
  • Camping
  • Hunting

I mainly carry mine for personal use as well as EMS work and its definitely fit for both tasks. I have all the room I need to fit nearly anything thing I want. What I like the most about it is the fact its extremely rugged. I've had mine for almost 5 years and nothing on it has caused me any issues. But the compressions straps on the sides as well is the chest strap should be re-thought. The compression straps are too high and too much of an angle to really do any good. The chest strap just gets in the way. It either needs to be across the waist or not at all. Besides those two things which arent deal breakers, it is certainly worth the money.

 
4.0

high value backpack

By Shaggy & Scooby

from Samara, Russia

Was this a gift?

  • No

Pros

  • Good Value
  • Works as advertised
  • Comfortable
  • Durable
  • Easy Maintenance

My profession is

  • Other

I have used this product for

  • 1-2 years

Best Uses

  • Gear Lugging

I use this backpack to transport my K-9 equipment and the K-9 paperwork around the globe. There is more then enough room for all the equipment including, but not limited to: Leashes, Collars, First Aid kit, Reward toys, Training equipment.

In the small space upfront I have enough space for my gloves, flashlight, laserpointer, digital camera, paperwork of the dog and way more.

The backpack is made to last and after multiple depoloyments it still looks brand new

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