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We were the ones standing next to you in formation. The ones kicking you out the back of a Herc at 800 feet, and cruising around the Sahara on the side of a CH-146.
We know first hand what you need to get the work done. With over 30 years of Military experience starting back in the airborne regiment and finishing with Cansofcom.
With a wide ranging trade background including infantry to parachute rigger we can cover the practical and technical requirements it takes to manufacture quality gear. Using Mil-Spec and Berry compliant materials we can guarantee a product that will last.
Located in Pembroke, Ontario 15 minutes away from the best testing group we can ask for at Garrison Petawawa.
Great items. The shoulder pad has lots of room in the straps. It has a quick release buckle on both sides, and a central buckle across the chest. The straps attach to the bottom of your frame by mobius loop and a buckle at the top. The pads are thick.
The yoke has plenty of strap so you can get a tight fit on the frame and the pad is a good thickness for cushioning.
Awesome quality and it shipped fast, many options too
Riggers belt in black. Holds my pants and my holster well. Had a challenge with first belt received. All was made right super quick. Enjoying the new belt
Canadian flag in camo with GITD inserts. Very bright when dark. Great.
Great quality and fast shipping
Excellent product, and excellent service.
good quality product and fast shipping. I will definitely keep doing business with warriorgear.ca
Like the title says, I really like this bag. It has a lot of features I look for in a pack for longer range/ higher capacity for gear trips. After rucking with it for about 25km, I am confident it will stand up to the abuse I will put it through, and if it does get damaged, its design seems simple enough to repair. My review will largely discuss why I think this one is worth the price premium over the standard pattern 64 pack because I was going back and forth between both.
Here's why: For one, MOLLE. I think MOLLE attachment capability really is the standard anymore for most gear manufactures when it comes to pouches that extend the capability of a bag. It also has a large molle section on either side of the bag in addition to the front pouches making for lots of room. Ammunition, first-aide, or just extra pouches in general to organise kit is going to make this feature worth the extra spend. The snow collar (which is removable because it's mounted with velcro) is a nice touch as well for helping keep kit dry and secure. Since there is a map pocket on the underside of the lid (great for holding papers or other broad flat items). I feel like accessing that pocket would be frustrating without the collar, because items would likely fall out of the main compartment, or just be exposed to the elements. There is a drawstring at the top of the main compartment to limit this if you took the collar out, but because pulling the drawstring on the bag will interfere with the shape of the bag including the molle panel on the side, I would not rely solely on it. Seeing as you bought a pack that is for military, tactical or hunting use I would strongly question the thought of removing the snow collar for weight savings. Zippers on the bag will probably come down to more of a point of personal preference. Realistically I bought this version of the bag because I like zippers more than I like side release buckles, so that was another point for this bag over the original. Finally, and I consider this to be more of a surprising feature, is the floating lid on this version. It is a well thought out feature for cramming that extra piece of awkward gear on this bag. Foam sleeping pads or longer items that you didn't want to secure solely with a7as would work well here.
Upon receiving that bag, I found there to be little-to-no loose threads, and the workmanship was great overall. I have no concerns about the construction of the bag going forward. The buying experience was also fantastic, and the turnaround time was very reasonable considering this is fairly niche, made to order gear from a smaller business. I would be happy to purchase this bag again if it was somehow lost or damaged beyond repair. I sincerely hope the one I got gets approved for use on my weekend ex's and my upcoming IODP1.1 course, it would be a huge help. Otherwise, I will still enjoy putting miles on this pack rucking and camping. Buy Canadian, in this case, the price they are offering is fantastic value for what you get. The only other point to note is that I am running this on a copy of a pattern 64 frame I built myself, so I can't really speak to it's fit on an actual jump ruck frame. However, I can say that dimensionally the frame I have is almost identical to a pattern 64, and I have no issues.
Thanks for the outstanding quality of your products.
Actually got it for a different purpose but with winter it got repurposed due to losing my ice spikes storage bag. Ice spikes fit in perfectly and is now their carry case. No worries of spikes punching through. An application it may not have been designed for but works great. Only problem is now need another to Medium General Purpose Pouch for the original task. LOL
Really impressed with initial quality. Length is ideal (Large). Cobra buckle is nice, and if Warrior could offer the D loop version it would be a good future upgrade. Belt is nice and stiff, while not being too hard to install the Molle kit.
Great quality. Too soon to rate longevity. Would recommend to others, but would say that it could/should be about 4 inches longer for a "Large". The outer belt is perfect, but there is only 2 inches of Inner belt engaging the hook/loop. Otherwise im pretty happy.
Put hip belt on my 82 pattern and what a complete difference. The standard padding caused the frame to rub on my back no matter what I didd. No chance of that with this. I haven’t got any long distances yet but for some quick 5km rucks it’s been great so far.
As I said in my review of the bag, I've been using my 64 since 1988.
First with original straps and no pads, then with modified p82 ruck pads, then with a competitor's.
Yours are the simplest, best fitting over flak vest with plates. I'm sure I will eventually chafe these to death with my armour, but that will be my fault not the product's.