Propper Unleashes U.C. Pack, Inspired by Marine Corps Assault Pack In Tactical Gear

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As part of a major tactical gear launch, Propper introduces the U.C. Pack, online and in stores now. Inspired by the U.S. Marine Corps Assault Pack, the U.C. Pack lets users build their own kits with MOLLE accessories; visit propper.com for the product video and more information.

Propper U.C. Pack

Available in stores and online now, the Propper U.C. (user configurable) Pack is inspired by the proven design of the Marine Corps Assault Pack that Propper makes for the U.S. Military.

Propper's U.C. Pack and accessories are deliberately designed to be mixed, matched and customized inside and out in a variety of ways.

Propper's tactical gear launch continues with the introduction of the U.C. Pack. The Propper U.C. (user configurable) Pack takes cues from the proven design of the Marine Corps Assault Pack that Propper manufactures for the U.S. Military. Users can customize the pack by adding storage accessories to the MOLLE-wrapped exterior of the pack and the spacious soft-touch fabric interior with hook and loop accessories. Propper’s coordinating detachable organizers, pouches, pockets and panels give users the flexibility to configure a kit that works for them on the fly. Check the Propper blog to learn more.

Propper's U.C. Pack and accessories are deliberately designed to be mixed, matched and customized in a variety of ways. Check out Propper's overview video here for examples of kit configurations. Users can easily build this bag into an everyday bag or use for overnight trips. The U.C. Pack can also be configured for more specialized range bag, med kit, camera bag or bug-out kit to name a few. Built with heavy-duty 1000D Cordura® nylon, the U.C. Pack is rugged enough for the toughest jobs. This pack is sold in black, coyote and olive with matching pouches and organizers available at propper.com.

About Propper
Since 1967, making tactical gear with a purpose has been a way of life for Propper, starting with their first government contract with the U.S. Navy. Today, Propper designs and manufactures tactical clothing and gear that keeps military, tactical, law enforcement, and public safety professionals moving, whether they’re in the service, on the job, or off for the weekend. To shop or learn more, visit propper.com.

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