Tactical Tailor

Tactical Tailor – Raider Pack

The Pacific Northwest Pack Series began as a project to fulfil a solicitation for a suite of SOCOM packs. Our designs for this solicitation were brought about with input from actual SOF soldiers who took these packs to the field throughout the design process and brought back their impressions and recommendations for improvements. We took their advice back to our designers who then continually refined the packs until they met the exacting standards of these elite soldiers.

The Raider pack was designed as an alpine style pack for long range while carrying lighter loads. The Raider stands out in the Pacific Northwest Pack series, as unlike the other packs in the series, it is built with its own internal frame, straps and hip belt with nothing else needed to be ready to go. With a 3100 cubic inch capacity and an empty weight of 5.2 pounds, it truly is a light weight, long range pack.

Just because we designed the Raider as a light weight pack, does not mean we scrimped on the details. This pack is loaded with all the features you would expect from a Tactical Tailor pack. Starting at the top, you’ll find a clamshell style zipper that will let you access the entire contents of your pack. No more digging through your entire pack to find that one missing item. You’ll also find left and right side zippered access to hydration, an RTO zipper pass through and an oversized pocket on both sides for rifle buttstocks, 84mm rounds or just about anything else you can think to strap to the side of this pack. Rounding out the details are a heavy duty carry handle, multiple MOLLE attachment points, integrated load lifters and side compression straps. The Raider is also STRLLS and H Harness compatible for airborne operations.

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11 Responses to “Tactical Tailor – Raider Pack”

  1. Blake Slamson says:

    With that name, one would guess that it was for MARSOC?

  2. James says:

    This is probably my favorite pack in that line. It is really close to a militarized Kelty Redwing 50.Which is a pretty good civilian pack for 40lbs or less, just not incredibly durable.

  3. Oscar says:

    Oh how I wish the Canadian Forces would drop the piece of shit ruck we get issued now and get these new Tactical Tailor rucks instead.

    • The Crusty Cameron says:

      You mean a pack designed by a niche canoe pack manufacturer wouldn’t know the needs of a military pack? It even has the ancilliary pouch attachment system of the future on it, daisy chains! If the 200 grit sandpaper texture hip belt is making your hips bleed, you are obviously wearing it wrong since it was tested by defence scientists. Doesn’t work when you are wearing plates? Well, why would you be wearing plates while carrying a rucksack, those are two mutually exclusive activities!

      /sarcasm

      God that ruck is terrible…

    • CJOC says:

      Everyone in the Forces except for our good friends in CANSOFCOM…
      😉

  4. russel says:

    Still no separate waterproof sleeping gear compartment.

  5. Hodge175 says:

    I have been looking for a Alice size ruck for sometime now. I need a good ruck that’s in the volume size of the old ruck.