Bug Out Bag Back BOB Pack, Coyote Brown

Item Code: San-5016-O-CB
Reg. Price:  $101.95
Our Price:  $99.95
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The Bug Out Bag has rugged construction and quality materials for dependability. Design features for convenience, comfort and organization. Versatility is what sustains the Bugout Bag’s popularity. Great for business, vacation or a day trip. The generous main compartment gives ample space for cargo. Expands to provide even more space. Airline carry-on friendly, but large enough to pack multiple days of clothing. Tuck-away straps makes bag check-in easier. A great product and practical solution to fulfill the needs of virtually any traveler.

Bag Features:

  • Aluminum back stays
  • Hydration compatible
  • Expandable main compartment
  • Padded waist belt
  • Compression straps
  • Tuck-away shoulder harness
  • MOLLE/PALS panel
  • Rugged, abrasion-resistant exterior
  • Organizer panel
  • Sternum strap


Additional Information:

• Model Number: 5016-O-CB
• Size: Large
• Dimensions: 22" x 15.5" x 8"
• Volume: 2,900 in³ / 3,300 in³ (Explanded)
• Weight: 5 lbs 8 oz
• Material: 600-Denier Poly/Canvas
• Warranty: Lifetime Warranty

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Customer Reviews —  3item(s)

I'm lovin it

I just got my BOB bag Coyote Brown today and I love it! Upon reading Cody\'s review I decided to try out my buckle mechanism and straps. I can report I had no such issues with the waist band remaining tight even when I pushed my considerable gut out, only upon grabbing the strap and pulling very hard did it ever slip out of tightness at all. I\'m confident it would remain tight for me in field nonetheless. It is even better than the pictures convey, it is exactly what I was expecting to get. It expands so much! That\'s what she said! I am very confident you could pack enough stuff to last much longer than 3 days. I threw an MRE down it to see just how much space their is. And I know you could get 6 of them in the main compartment and only take up about half of that available space. From payment sent to arrival was 13 days, not too bad considering I\'m on the other side of the US as them. To say the least I am very pleased with this product and would highly recommend it to a friend!
Review by Travis  (Posted on 9/18/2012)

Poor quality

I recently received my BOB in Coyote Brown. As I opened the package and inspected the craftsmanship I found it to be sub par. I figured I wouldn\'t be using this pack all that much and that it would still serve its purpose sitting in the back of my vehicle. I transferred all my items from my old bag to this one and tried it on to adjust the fit and noticed there is no way to keep the waist band buckles for slipping on the belt. It will not stay snug on my waste which is a 32", all I have to do is stick my belly out like buddha and it slips and becomes loose. I took it off and tested it with my hands, and no matter what angle it just slips right out. I further inspected the buckle and found there is nothing designed to stop this from happening. Making a back pack is pretty easy to manufacture, "its a back pack!" If you cant even design the buckle stop right it tells me this company really does no field testing whatsoever. It is very poor quality and will be returning ASAP. Oh and also I didn\'t even receive my butter I ordered with it.
Review by Cody  (Posted on 3/6/2012)

Bug Out

I love these bags by SOC, they are well made. I use one for work and I am an airline Pilot where I need a dependable bag that can be used as a backpack for commuting to work and that I can convert to a shoulder bag when in uniform.I am heading to Lima Peru and I know the is perfect for the backpacking I have planed. The bag is so well designed with double stitching, numerous internal pockets and compartments to hold objects of all sizes. I own two sizes of this bag, the Bug out bag and the Long range.
Review by Marshall  (Posted on 3/5/2011)