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Crye Precision EXP Venture Pack Now Available

Initially exhibited by Crye Precision during SHOT Show 2022, the EXP Venture Pack is now available for order.

This airline carry-on sized pack boasts 2950 cu in of carrying capacity but can be cinched down in the event it isn’t fully loaded.

It has a built-in shoe compartment as well as an integrated garment bag with stretch panels.

The Fold-down/removable side bolsters allows for maximum adjustability and loop interior surfaces are compatible with hook-backed pouches.

Made from 1000D Cordura. Offered in Black, Grey, MultiCam and MultiCam Black, it fits in well as standard luggage.

10 Responses to “Crye Precision EXP Venture Pack Now Available”

  1. Rd says:

    … 550USD for a garment bag?

    • SSD says:

      Thanks for letting everyone know it’s not for you. We appreciate it!

      • RD says:

        I think I’m just more confused who it’s for that needs a garment bag that looks like a range bag and feels it’s justified at that price. I dig most of Crye’s stuff but this one just confuses me.

    • Torch says:

      There are far more expensive garment bags out there.

  2. That GUY! says:

    Dig it!

  3. J says:

    Dude that integrated garment bag is brilliant

  4. Adam says:

    Awesome innovation with the garment bag for your suit. Would be great if they used XPAC or another rugged ultralight material.

    You’d likely only carry this in a shoulder config so you can keep your backpack with laptop/work docs. Should market it that way.

  5. Juliet Lima says:

    Serious question: what does this do that the Osprey FARPOINT Series doesn’t do better? Garment bag integration, sure…but who really wears suits anymore? For those who do wear suits, the market is filled with high quality, 4-way stretch, moisture wicking suits now. The days of wool blend and other ultra-premium fabrics that require garment bags are pretty much gone. Not dogging the product, just trying to figure out why it exists?

    • Eric G says:

      It’s made in America. As for suits, you’re wrong, but hey, revel in it.