- Benefits & Description
Benefits & Description
Heavy Duty Lining | 2,500 Cubic Inches
- Heavy Duty Design
- Perfect Bug-Out Bag
- Premium Quality
- 2,500 cubic inch capacity If you're a seasoned adventurer or maybe looking to build your first 72-hour kit then you've found the best backpack around. This epic backpack is empty and has 2,500 cubic inches of space to fill with all of your personal belongings as well as your emergency supplies like food and water. This certified prepper backpack also has two quick access side compartments on the backpack where you can store anything from first-aid, water filters, emergency blankets or your medication.
Because certified prepper backpack is made by Food Insurance you know that the backpack is made with the highest quality components around. This backpack includes premium quality shoulder straps with padding, six heavy duty adjustable buckles with straps, premium zippers, and a waterproof cover. When you fill this backpack up it will distribute the weight along your back making is comfortable and easy to manage in an emergency. With this quality of a backpack, it can also be used for recreational use like backpacking, camping, hunting or more commonly used for an emergency bug-out bag. Please note: this backpack is empty and doesn’t include any other items.
- What's in the Box?
What's In-the-Box?(1) Black Prepper Backpack
- Features & Specifications
Features & Functions
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