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Backpack Giveaway

backpack giveaway Geek Prepper has seen your posts and comments, so I know some of you need some backpacks! How about a Backpack giveaway for all your bug out bag needs?

Backpack Giveaway

Are these backpacks new? Not a chance.

These are lovingly used backpacks. They might have a tiny rip or tear here and there, but these are still solid packs, and have years of use in them!

What are the packs we are giving away?

2 of these packs are military surplus. One of them is the current load bearing pack of the armed forces. The second pack is the previous generation load bearing pack.

These packs are rugged and have seen use, they will work fantastical for bug out bags.

This giveaway is only for the backpacks themselves, any other items shown in the pictures are incidental and are not included in the giveaway, only the backpacks!

1st Prize

ILBE Packrp_ilbe-marine-pack-bug-out-bag-geek-prepper-03-262x300.jpg

  • a whopping 4500 cubic inch main rucksack
  • Main compartment outer dimensions: 27″ H x 17″ W x 13″ D
  • internal frame
  • designed to carry a load of up to 120 lbs and to distribute that weight in an attempt to make it comfortable
  • Might still have some sand in it from it’s tour of duty in the middle east (Iraq or Afghanistan, you tell me).

 

2nd Prize

Large ALICE PackALICE_PACK

  • Water-repellent 420D Nylon
  • Rugged military construction
  • Snap-closure pouches
  • ALICE webbing
  • Drawstring closures
  • Buckle-closure flap cover
  • Pack does not come with straps
  • CAPACITY: 3,800 cu.in. (inside storage capacity of right at 2,800 cubic inches not including the outside storage pockets)
  • DIMENSIONS: 22.00″ x 20.00″ x 19.00″
  • Made in the USA

 

3rd Prize

Targus Drifter IItargus drifter II

  • Designed to fit laptops with up to 16 inch screens
  • Filled with multiple zippered compartments; file storage; two side water bottle pockets and more
  • Constructed of durable nylon materials; water-resistant case bottom; durable metal accents and zipper pulls
  • The heavily padded shoulder straps provide comfort for travel and include a removable mobile phone pocket large enough to hold an iPhone or BlackBerry.
  • Focusing on durability, the Drifter backpack features a weather-resistant bottom, thick industrial zipper pulls
  • An elastic loop specifically designed to hold sunglasses on the shoulder strap.
  • It has a sturdy molded plastic handle supported by metal grommets and cabling
  • Unit Dimensions: 13.78 inch L x 17.72 inch H x 9.10 inch W

Giveaway starts 06/04/2014 12:00AM EST – 06/11/2014 (12:00AM EST) – Like and Share this giveaway on your wall!

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7 comments

  1. Alot of my outdoor gear/clothing is military surplus.Thanks for giveaway.

  2. Used = New to You is what I say. The only tweet or twitter I have, I eat. Pinterest is not my interest.

  3. I dont have a car so every where I go I need to use my old backpack and its small Dont have the big bucks for a nice one

  4. Great Giveaway! Thanks for the chance.

  5. be nice to have for sure

  6. this is awesome!! I’d love one of these for long hikes.

  7. I lucked out a few years back when I bid on a unpaid for storage unit and won. It turned out to be my X-mas and birthday presents all rolled up in one. Inside the storage unit was three medium and one large ALICE back packs with frames, still in the boxes. There were four of the old Army gasoline camping stoves, still in their boxes. There were thirty-four cases of outdated MREs. Four crates of M-193 5.56mm ammo, two pup tents (made of nylon). All of the medicine in the medic field medical kit was also outdated and had to be replaced. Enough web gear to outfit six people. What else was in the storage unit I will keep to myself. This was the best investment that I have ever made before. Now all that I have to do is convert the ALICE packs over to Hellcats. I do not know who originally owned this storage unit but I thank them very much for their gifts to me. I still wonder to this day why they never claimed what was in the storage unit?

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