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Crye Precision Releases EXP Pack Family

At SHOT Show, Crye Precision introduced their EXP series of packs. Offered in 1500 (H: 18.75” (27.75” Extended) W: 12.5” D: 7.25” (11” Expanded)) and 2100 (H: 21” (29” Extended) W: 12.5” D: 9.25” (12.75” Expanded)) cu in sizes, the EXP series is a low profile option. It is a panel loader, with a generous zipper which extends beyond more than three sides in order to open the bag completely.  

As you’ll note from the dimensions, these are like Transformers, there’s more than meets the eye. Thanks to some well hidden zippers, the packs will expand in volume to accept larger loads.

-Full perimeter (lay-flat) opening allows easy access to contents and offers all the benefits of both a top-opening and side-opening bag
-Fleece lined pocket fits medium to small sized tablets (H: 11” W: 8”)
-Top access laptop storage (H: 12.25” W: 19.75”)
-EXP™ PACK MOLLE INSERT (sold separately) for attaching pouches and gear
-Integrated expansion feature adds 500 cubic inches of volume
-Extends to carry items up to 27” long (29″ for 2100 model)
-Molded back pad with integrated air channels
-Internal PALS webbing on inside walls
-Internal mesh divider separates front compartment and main compartment
-Convenient briefcase style side handle
-Removable sternum strap
-Removable 3D formed frame sheet
-Removable waist belt (2100 only)
-Radio/H2O port at top of bag (2100 only)

Offered in Black, Gray, Ranger Green and MultiCam.

Additionally, they’ve introduced a MOLLE Insert (mentioned above) which is a rigid skeletonized plastic frame that accepts PALS equipped pouches. It slips right into the pack’s main compartment and includes two lashing straps in case you want to lash something to it.

Made in USA from US materials.


6 Responses to “Crye Precision Releases EXP Pack Family”

  1. Me says:

    It’s about time, they showed them at shot show I’ve been asking them ever since but they had no ETA.

  2. J.V. says:

    Seeing packs without compression capabilities makes me sad, sniff!

  3. Kevin Larkin says:

    Oh look, it’s an Arcteryx Blade 24/30 (which are great packs by the way). Will be good to get the opportunity to compare it in the nylon, I mean flesh.

  4. Luke says:

    the zipper expando has been done many times, but probably not to this extent. It also looks like there is much less stress on the zippers then a lot of designs, bravo.
    I assume the bottom expansion is to fit carbines?

  5. Craig says:

    These ARE nice, but I think I kinda like the AVS 1000 the best.

    Looks like a nice EDC pack. Not that it would REPLACE my BFG mini or Vulcan exactly, but maybe something to add to the rotation now…yeah,that’s how I can justify the purchase,lol.

    Crye make nice shit, but DAMN are they expensive.Worth it,but expensive.