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Frog.Pro – Easy Access Backpack

I saw the Easy Access Backpack from Italian firm Frog.Pro earlier this month at Enforce Tac in Germany.  It was so new that the designer had just sewn up the first sample right before the show.

It has an interesting four zip configuration with all four zippers terminating at the top of the pack which is covered with a flap.

It can be pulled up over the head and when the flap is pulled the pack’s contents are easily accessible.

There’s plenty of room in the pack for patrol essentials. It also includes may slots with bungees.



9 Responses to “Frog.Pro – Easy Access Backpack”

  1. BAP45 says:

    Is it integrated with the plate carrier or does it have just regular shoulder straps?

  2. Luke says:

    wow, full access on both sides of the pack, thats a new trick as far as I know. Always nice to see a fresh spin on things.

  3. Riceball says:

    So, no complaints about it being a rip-off of X? I’m rather surprised given how just about every other product that gets posted up here is accused of being a rip-off. Having said that, I like the design, it makes a lot of sense and it really looks like it would make finding and retrieving things in it much easier. It’s too bad that it will probably well out of my price range, I wouldn’t mind having one of theses packs assuming that they’re hydration bladder compatible and light weight, two things I’m looking for in a new pack.

  4. Craig says:

    Yes Sir,I like it

    I like it a lot.

    If I don’t get help for my pack/nylon addiction soon, I see the “Old Soldiers & Sailors Home” in my not-so-immediate future.

    Or, a cardboard box down under the I-95 underpass @ “Ft Bragg/Fayettville” exit, with all my packs and nylon wonder-things piled around me…

    …That doesn’t sound all that bad however,as long as there is Wi-Fi,and a “Maiboxes Inc” where I can get mail sent,to support my ‘habit’, guess,

    …”And this lamp.That’s all I’ll need.”..

  5. GoBliNuke says:

    Really ingenious thing. Maybe i’ll just add an side release buckle instead of velcro.