Shot Backpack with Helmet Compartment | Review
The lightweight, compact, and ergonomic "Shot" backpack with helmet compartment is designed to carry the first necessity items, as well as the helmet when it is not in use. The designers managed to make this model both easy to use and efficient.
The backpack is made from durable, wear-resistant, deformation-resistant and breathable CORDURA 500D material. It is worth mentioning that the fabric also has IR-remission properties and can reflect infrared beams. The backpack can be worn over the vest. The main compartment is closed with a two-way zipper with pullers. Pullers guarantee easy operations in the darkness or when you wear gloves. The main compartment opens on 2/3. The compartment volume is 10 liters. Additional frontal pocket with oblique zipper with puller can store small or flat items. The helmet compartment is closed with a flap with two straps and Fastex buckles. This compartment is also located in the frontal side of the backpack. The interior of this compartment is equipped with elastic straps for additional security of the carried items.
The helmet compartment has two-way access via zippered slots. Also, there is a pocket with oblique zipper on the flap that can store small items. VELCRO panel on the flap can be used to place identification signs and patches. There is a durable loop on the top of the backpack for a convenient carriage. Back zippered pocket can store hydrator, it features special eyelet for a hydrator hose. There are 0.9 in MOLLE interface straps in the bottom area that allow the user to attach additional pouches and equipment. The lower back area is reinforced with extremely strong Hypalon material, which is both durable and elastic, so it is often used in the backpack areas that are subject to intense abrasion.
The backpack straps are made from strong nylon mesh with loops compatible with carabin mounting. The straps are attached to the backpack with reinforced G-hook buckles. For additional user comfort, the straps can be removed, and the backpack can be worn like a holster or sling.