Blackhawk Cyane Stealth Pack

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posted on November 4, 2015
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There are times when you want a large, cavernous bag to carry all your gear. There are also times when you just need something to carry the essentials to save on weight and hassle.

Blackhawk's Cyane Stealth Pack is small in size and weight, but still offers plenty of room for gear. It's a great choice for a carry-on, an at-the-ready range bag or just for carrying handy daily gear.

The Cyane Stealth Pack is constructed of durable yet lightweight 500 denier ripstop (solid colors) or nylon (MultiCam). It has a mesh-padded back panel, a carry handle with lash loops on top, six adjustable 3/4-inch compression straps, padded shoulder straps and a host of other options designed with comfort in mind. 

One of the great features, especially on a smaller pack, are the many inside zippered pockets designed to keep gear separated. There's an open mesh area perfect for stowing a jacket when waiting in an airport (or a wet raincoat), and on the outside is a large outer pocket and two additional pockets. The main part of the pack has another inside pocket along with an area built for a 100-ounce hydration bladder for outdoor activities.

MSRP: $143.45 to $173.95 depending on construction and pattern. Available in black, coyote tan, foliage green, MultiCam, Ranger green and Urban gray.

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