B5 Systems

Enforce Tac 18 – Direct Action

At Enforce Tac, Direct Action is showing the HALIFAX Medium Backpack in it’s pre-production phase. The pack that was shown at last year’s IWA, but it is finally finished and ready to be released.

As a full size assault pack it incorporates laser cut MOLLE/PALS system on the outside, inner pile lining and detachable MOLLE/PALS compatible hip belt.

The pack is jumpable and accepts various inserts including medical, radio or magazine inserts for carbine/rifle mags or pistol mags.

Small and Medium versions are on the way as well.



10 Responses to “Enforce Tac 18 – Direct Action”

  1. Strike-Hold says:

    Looks like a nice sleek bag – I like the slimmer profiled waist-belt too.

  2. jjj0309 says:

    Does it have frame?

    • Rob says:

      Perusing the Direct Action website and looking at the descriptions for the 1. Dust, 2. Dragon Egg and 3. Ghost, they all had the same descriptions regarding the suspension:

      “Suspension system is based on comfortable S-profiled shoulder straps and internal stiffener in the back…..”

      So, to me, that means a frame sheet. Taping aluminum stays to that sheet could be a thing, but, it’s probably an 18 liter pack (based on the name with “18” in it) so, it’s about 1,000 cubic inches, (to answer Lose_Game below) so probably too small to justify much more than a frame sheet and too short to transfer weight via stays to a belt…

  3. Lose_Game says:

    Looks good–kind of reminds me of the Arc’teryx khard line, only slimmer. Anyone know how big it is?

    • Rob says:

      Probably 18 Liter?

      • James says:

        The 18 is the year of the trade show.

        Might be a 50 liter since they’re going to do a small and large. They already have 20 and 31 liter packs in the line,it would make sense to do 40-50-60 for the small-medium-large. If so, kinda interested in the 60l large!

        • James says:

          Scratch that making a small and medium, this is the large, doesn’t look bigger than 50l though

  4. A.J. says:

    Anyone else see zippers for zip on panels on the front of the pack?

    • Hodge175 says:

      Yes if you look close on the flap on the left side of the back panel you can make out the zipper