First Look: Tasmanian Tiger Modular Combat Pack

posted on November 8, 2021
camoflauge backpack

Tasmanian Tiger is a tactical nylon line of products that is distributed in the U.S. by Proforce Equipment, and now the company is releasing the new TT Modular Combat Pack. The TT Modular Combat Pack is based on the previous model and has a clean new look with optimized features as well as MOLLE hook-and-loop lining in the main compartment for adding on other customized modular components. This universal small combat backpack is designed for short-range excursions and comes with two attachable front pockets that have zipped compartments and elastic side pockets.

The Laser-cut MOLLE panels on the front and sides allows the user to combine it with other gear and accessories. The main compartment of the pack opens completely and has zipper guides that make it also possible to use the pack as a top loader. The padded shoulder straps are ergonomically formed and can easily be adjusted in length in order to wear the backpack over vests and or accommodate wearing large body armor.

The Modular Combat Pack is hydration system compatible and features an ergonomically padded back system that is equipped with aluminum support elements, side compression and detachable hip fins that have zipped pockets. It has a hook-and-loop closure patch on the front side and small mesh pockets and MOLLE hook-and-loop on the inside for almost limitless modularity.

The TT Modular Combat Pack is made from Cordura 700 and measures 23x11x5.5 inches. The pack has an overall volume of 22 liters or 1,343 cubic inches. The main pouch can fit 17L MOLLE gear, while the upper and lower compartments can fit 2L and 3L respectively.

The MSRP for the TT Modular Combat Pack in Black, Olive, and Coyote is $229 and a Multicam version is also available with an MSRP of $249. More information on this product and other gear from Tasmanian Tiger, please visit


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