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Tactical Tailor Removable Operator Pack

Mikey Bautista
Tactical Tailor Removable Operator Pack

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Don't let its name fool you. Despite its intended design to be secondary storage that quick-attaches onto larger modular vests or packs, Tactical Tailor's Removable Operator boasts quite a few features that make it a great everyday bag on its own. Its outer 1000 denier Cordura nylon construction is as rugged as it gets for all-weather use. External webbing lets you customize your loadout with attachments or pouches, and also includes a bungee system you can use for extra clothing or a bedroll.

For storage, the Removal Operator features a large main compartment with hardy dual-pull zippers. Its front pocket has a side zipper that let you access it without having to take off the pack completely. A top port concealed under a large carry handle lets you route headphones or a hydration bladder hose for on-the-go convenience. Both storage areas give you about 20 liters of total capacity for all your gear.

Whether you use it as extra storage clipped onto your larger bags, or make use of its stowable, contoured shoulder straps as an EDC daypack on its own, the Tactical Tailor Removable Operator Pack has all the right features. You can pick up this high performance pack in five colors at the link below.

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Bernard Brown ·
Tactical Tailor makes good sturdy products. I have a TT backpack (Urban Operator) and it has lasted for years. The bungee system is good for storing a jacket while traveling. I recommend any of the products from a gear perspective.
Alex ·
I've been using 5.11's MOAB 10 in Storm as my EDC bag and I've been loving it. The sling style makes it convenient to swing around to my front and grab whatever I need from it before sliding it back behind me
Jeff Golenski ·
Looks like a nice little standard pack. However, I don't see any shots of the interior anywhere. Would be a shame if it were just a big open compartment with no micro-organization within.
Jay Jordan ·
According to Tactical Tailor website it's just one open compartment