35L Tactical Rucksack

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  • Regular price $64.90

Carry your medic and EDC essentials in this tough but light-weight, waterproof, multi-compartment back pack. 

2 large compartments with additional zip and mesh inner pockets and 2 small front pockets (one with organiser), makes your EMS EDC easily included alongside your daily kit.

Ergonomically designed shoulder straps are padded, about 5cm wide and adjustable in length. 

Lateral compression straps and all-round tough nylon MOLLE including loops and D-rings on shoulder straps enable easy webbing and additional gear attachment.

This pack is perfect for tactical, medical, and recreational expeditions.



All pockets with a 2-way zipper

Adjustable padded shoulder straps

Padded back

Adjustable hip belt

Lateral compression straps

Various MOLLE attachment points

Loops and D-rings on shoulder straps


Material: high density 900D Oxford waterproof fabric with PVC inner lining 
Dimensions: 45*23*25cm
Capacity: 35L
Weight: ~0.85kg
Brand: MyMedEquip

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Michelle G.
Australia Australia
Backpack, backpack! Can you say backpack?

Was looking for a new pack for my first aid kit as mine was all in zip lock bags in a jumble of a mess in a one pouch pack. Grabbed the 35L pack and now my gear makes sense! I have bleeding, airway, drugs, gloves all in their own little place. I know my pack and where to get stuff. Brilliant when I'm on a motorcycle ride as it fits snug over my gear. Fortunately I've only ever had to use the kit on myself. Darn bees... I recommend this pack for those who don't take the kitchen sink with them while out and about. You can fit the basic necessities and not extra junk to get in the way. Plus if you DO need extra space, there is plenty of room to strap stuff on the outside for quick access.


Thanks for your feedback Michelle! We're sorry to hear your gear has only been used for self-aid so far, but I guess that's better for eveybody else!