New Alpha Ops Internal Frame Pack From Fieldline Tactical

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posted on May 17, 2012
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The latest member of Fieldline's new tactical series, the Alpha Ops Internal Frame Pack combines combat-ready performance with advanced features that keep gear safely stowed, organized and easily accessible for when called into action.

Also called the 'Alpha-dog' of all packs, the new Fieldline Alpha Ops Internal Frame Pack is full of tactical-driven features that are sure to impress.  An extra large top-loading main compartment with zippered mesh pockets can pack in boots, extra clothing and essentially any important survival gear you want to throw its way.  A roomy secondary compartment with gear organizer provides immediate access to smaller items such as extra ammo or hearing protection.  Plus, because any mission requires the operator to stay well hydrated, the pack features a 2-liter hydration compatible pouch with both left and right Velcro® closures.

For even more gear storage and customization options, the pack features a front panel complete with multiple MOLLE attachment points.  It also boasts a fleece-lined sunglasses pouch perfect for safely housing shooting glasses, as well as a Velcro® name-tape and patch holders.

The new Fieldline Alpha Ops Internal Frame Pack takes comfort and function to a whole new level.  It features a lightweight, removable internal aluminum stay, a yoked shoulder strap system with adjustable sternum slider and four side compression straps, all to help the pack fit virtually any torso and keep gear secure, balanced and stable.

Measuring 21.5x13.5x9 inches and made from heavy-duty water resistant fabric, the new Fieldline Alpha Ops Internal Frame pack is available in either Coyote or Black.

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