Amidst my every growing collection of packs is one that doesn’t jump right out at you like Multicam or other camouflage patterned bags do. This pack is the Stealth Operator Pack and it was designed not to look out of place in an urban environment. For many years I have been using military packs for day to day use because I was tired of replacing my bags every year for school and other activities. The only issue with that is you stick out like a sore thumb and in some locales or certain situations this might not be a good thing as some places are just not military friendly. This is where the Grey Ghost Stealth Operator Pack shines.
The GGG Light Weight Assault Pack is a well built budget pack. Not to say it lacks anything in quality its just a lot cheaper than most the competition. The pack was built for them by Tactical Tailor so its quality you can trust. The TT version of the pack differs by having a bungee cord on the front of the pack to attach other items to your pack. The other difference is the TT version is made of 1000D Cordura and the Grey Ghost one is made of a lighter material. That said the Light Weight Assault Pack quickly became a favorite to carry due to its light weight and pack ability.
If you have poked around this site before you may have noticed I was a big fan of my previous pack the Rush 24 so at this year’s SHOT Show when I saw the new Multicam bags being displayed I had to have the bigger brother. Unlike my 24 which gets used for a lot of travel and civilian stuff the 72 was being picked for military work only. The larger volume made it ideal as a field bag for my various middle of nowhere outings.
The following review is on the 5.11 Tactical Rush 24 pack. I am no longer going to school but sometimes need to drag my laptop pens and paper around for work or this site. This bag was chosen for the amount of organization it affords the wearer. The bag was designed and tested by Kyle Lamb of VTAC.