[M6312] Mardingtop 75L Molle Hiking Internal Frame Backpack with Rain Cover for Camping Bushcraft Military


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[M6312] Mardingtop 75L Molle Hiking Internal Frame Backpack with Rain Cover for Camping Bushcraft Military 90.59

Frequently Bought Together

  • Polyester lining
  • Zipper closure
  • 13″ shoulder drop
  • MATERIAL – 75 Liters. This backpack is made of 600D Water-resistant Polyester. YKK Zipper.
  • HYDRATION COMPARTMENT – This assault pack with hydration compartment and can hold a 5 Liter bladder, the tube is fed through the top side of the bag near the grab handle.
  • MOLLE WEBBING – You can hang on tools, trekking poles, tents, sleeping bags, and other accessories using this molle design. A rifle also can be hung with a side strap and a side pocket.
  • SIDE POCKET & QUICKLY ACCESS – This hiking backpack with 2 side pockets(8″*8″) and 2 bigger pockets (7.5″*13.8″) that can hold a water bottle or camping & survival gear. The backpack has large zipped access at the front that can quickly access the main compartment, opened as a 15.6″ luggage.
  • DURABLE & MULTIFUNCTIONAL – This molle backpack with chest straps to cope with the weight so that it’s well used as a 3-day assault pack, bug-out bag, survival backpack, army backpack, trekking backpack, or day pack. Suits for hiking, trekking, camping, climbing, and traveling.

Additional information

Weight 2.66 kg
Dimensions 38 × 17 × 72 cm
color: No selection

Army Green, Black, Khaki

11 reviews for [M6312] Mardingtop 75L Molle Hiking Internal Frame Backpack with Rain Cover for Camping Bushcraft Military

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    Vito A.

    This bag would hold up to any Osprey or Camelback for a backpacking trip. The 75L has a very smart design with the main storage bay coupled with exteriors. I have a week backpacking kit in it that weighs in right at 50lbs and it handles it like a champ. Has an adjustment on the back depending on how tall you are. When you cinch it up on all points, it has no lateral movement or shifting and it’s easy to really load it down and not feel the weight. One caveat to that is the separate top pouch is large so if you put any weight up there it will have a top heavy and tipping feel. The fix to that is simple physics like any other loading plan. Load heavy at the base and light at the top. I keep the sleeping back, pad, and blanket there. The rain cover at the bottom is well designed as it unzips and covers the bag completely to keep the rain off. No it is not 100% waterproof and parts of it will get wet. It’s supposed to. It does protect the inner contents from getting wet and is easily foldable to go back in its pouch when the weather clears. I have one of these for my bug out bag, backpacking kit, and vehicle go bag. You can’t go wrong for the price.

    January 13, 2022
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    Andrew S.

    CAN NOT FIND A BETTER BACKPACK for the price! Tons of storage. Very well thought out design. Extremely well made, and durable. This will make an amazing bushcraft/ multi-day hiking backpack. I searched for weeks before pulling the trigger on this pack. I could not find better on paper for the price. And now that its in my hands, you wont find better for quality either. I am super excited to put this thing to the test as it will be my primary hiking/ camping backpack for 2023!

    January 1, 2022
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    Definitely worth the price. I bought four 75L and one 60L for my family to go on a four day hiking and camping trip. They are built sturdy, so we were able to pack 50-70lbs in them without any damage to them. There is two things we wish were better. The only point of adjustment on the 75L was the strap placement on the back of the bag, which was not enough for some to get the most ideal position on body. Secondly, the shoulder straps could be a little wider, in order to relieve some pressure on the shoulders. Also, the 60L did not have a point of adjustment to change where the bag sits on the body.

    October 26, 2021
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    Very simple, but at the same time has everything you need, main compartment is enormous, top compartment is essentially a small backpack with 2 large unzippable pockets on the front and a great setup for toiletries inside front panel.Military style so it sits well on your hips and back, you will want to adjust the hip belt first, then set your height, then set top sholder straps, then chest strap, and lastly tighten down shoulder straps on bottom. It may take 2 or 3 times to go though (would lightly weigh down pack like 5/10 pounds)Don’t forget to orient your pack so weight is near the middle of the pack and as close to your back as possible, while not being overly heavy on either side.I got it for 84.99 And i would easily pay 120$ for it without changing any thinking whatsoever.Some fun things to note, the pockets on your hips are really useful, i would suggest putting your at hand first aid in one (bleed stop, gauze, antibiotic ointment, pain killers) The large side pockets(top sides) can hold a huskavarna carpenters ax (20 inch ) with some wiggle room with only 8 inches sticking out of the pocket, with straps to hold everything tight.I have very high expectations from a military styled bag and this blew all of mine out of the water hands down, buy this bag(i am not supported by any company just honest reviews from a bushcrafter)

    July 1, 2021
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    Jake from state farm.Jake from state farm.

    This is not for the 400 dollar boot daisy foot crowd. I have hiked this pack for 11 miles and will be doing it again in a couple of days. My pack is currently weighing 70 ibs, which will decrease as my potable water supply is consumed. On the previous hike, I foolishly brought the kitchen sink and was climbing up washboards with a total weight of 80 ibs, with another 20 ibs of water either lashed intermittently or slung.My reason for adding such a prelude, well…. when you stuff 80 pounds into a 90 dollar pack… you learn a few thing about it.First thing, the straps will hold great, but they will slip and even rotate at capacity, therefore, do your measurements and duct tape those straps in position.Second thing, DO NOT ASSUME the sizing on the harness is accurate, if you are taller than 5’10, figure something out before you start hiking, not 6 miles in and running out of daylight with 2 miles to go til first site. If you are my height, put that sucker on the top rung, no extras, the webbing on that part seems to be the same strength webbing on my Osprey…. (Its almost 20 years old) and while at first I was really nervous about that much weight being tested, I remembered that I had the whole rest of the attachments and I would just have to deal with the “stomach belt” not hip support.Third thing, the pack has the ability to open like a suitcase, which is great, do not get me wrong, it was the only reason I got this pack and not a kelty. BUT the zippers are still mediocre level zippers, so make sure you use the retainer strap so as to avoid stressing them, because the difference between a cinch top bag breaking and this bag, is that there will be no way to keep it closed should it fail, unless you are carry a contractor 7 mil trash bag and a roll of duct tap (Psst, I do). If Mardingtop reads this and would like me to do an honest review of another large bag, like I said 70 to 80 ibs, maybe lighter for summer weight, I will be happy to do it. Put some beefy larger tactical zippers. not school bag zippers.Bottom line, the pack is great for hiking, probably excels with less weight. For those that are minimalist and are water packers, this is probably the pack you want to buy. Just remember the comforts are not at the expectation of the top reviewed through hiking packs and you are not paying for 80 dollar foam cushion in the straps, yes, I had some really nice shoulder bruises from my 80 ibs test (Probably from when I lashed that 10 L bag to the pack).The pack also has nice uses as a duffel when needed, but it, use it. If you need something bigger/better, you probably need to consider a 300 dollar 90 L.For Mardingtop:Get better zippersGet rid of all the pouches and slots and molle (inside) on the front opening and on the inside of the main pouch, they seem great, but when opening the bag in duffel mode, they slap hard on the ground if you forget there is stuff packed inside, put a couple large assorted pouches on the sides.Get a structure for the foot of the bag, it is huge, it needs to be able to stand upright.Get rid of the elastic side pouches on the side, they are a quality from standard backpacking bags, this is supposed to be a tactical style, if we want pouches we can add them to the front outside molle.Fix the support connection to have more options than where I am maxed out with the should harness.Add two more strap connections to the harness at the hip/kidney belt and make the wait band longer for fatties and biguns (Most Americans are).

    June 6, 2021
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    If you are looking for some bug-out tactical, rugged, hunting, backwoods, backpacking gear- this might be for you. I got the 75l version, and I love it. I haven’t been able to test it too much, but we’ll see how she holds up.Pros–Seemingly durable, good workmanship, well made. but I’ll update if that changes.-Huge. 75l plus molle and pouches. Backpacks don’t come much bigger really.-Good price. There is cheaper, but I feel like this is a good deal.-Lots of organisation options. Many pockets, zippers, molle, side pouches, straps, loops, etc. Super customizable, you will be able to find a way to make your gear work.-True frame pack, with formed plastic and aluminium.-Very adjustable.Cons-Compression straps are poorly situated, and when I sinch it down I feel like I’m just distorting the backpack without actually compressing my gear. There is no vertical compression, and the other straps don’t go all the way around. L This is poor design, I like the old school army ruck sacks. They just had two vertical straps and two horizontal straps, making like a tic-tac-toe around the whole bag. And you could tighten those suckers down to nothing. This bag will stay big and floppy even if it’s mostly empty. Maybe I’m not using them right, but I had better luck just wrapping a belt around the whole pack and tightening it.-While the buckles and zippers are YKK, the straps and toggles are not, they are no name, but I haven’t had any problems. Likewise, a lot of the stitching is single stitch, but it is reinforced around stress points. Time will tell the durability of this pack. (I’m expecting good things from it).-Biggest con for me is that the molle is almost useless for anything heavier than like a knife or a tournaquete. The side molle is so loose, it’s on the outside of the pouch, so it has a lot of flop. If you attach gear to it, the whole thing will jiggle and slide to an unacceptable degree. The back molle is better, you could put heavier stuff on it, but the side Molly has several inches of play. You would be better off attaching your gear with a carabener. I had to Jimmy rig a way to secure my medkit (pictured) by running the compression straps through. This is less than ideal, but it does stop my medkit from bouncing around. I’m glad that they added molle, I just wish they would have added a way to tighten the molle, or secure gear that you attached.

    June 6, 2021
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    To start with I purchased the 75L. Now I will say this is an excellant backpack if you are a big guy like me. The chest and “waist” straps (for me its more of a stomach strap due to my height) fit just fine. You can change where the shoulder straps are in height on the pack itself to fit better. The internal frame seems strong but I havent loaded it up to give a proper test yet. Definitly plenty of room to carry everything you need and then some. The only downside I have to say about the pack is the material isn’t top notch. Now I am not saying it is bad but you can tell it is a “budget” option. However, the overall construction looks solid so it is more of a personal preference than anything else.

    May 13, 2021
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    Survival and Coffee

    This is pretty huge, frame is rigid. All in all I love this pack, BUT it’s not for everyone. It has a pretty heavy base weight. But I’m 6’3” at a little over 230 and to me it’s very light but my son and wife tip over with it on lol and I have a pack weight of right under 30lbs. My overall opinion it’s a great starter pack do someone whose beginning their backpacking journey. Now for the pros and cons.Pros:1.) It’s huge at 75l bag and it’s so spacious that I can hold all my winter gear.2.) Very comfortable for a tall guy it hugs me so nice and snug and has all the adjustment straps needed to hike long mileage.3.) lots of pockets and the molle attachment availability is a huge plus for me an old vet like myself who has a bunch of molle puches laying around.4.) Even has its own raincover (which also adds weight to the bag)Cons:1.) Not for a small person, very large.2.) Heavy base weight. (But you can remove the frame to drop the base weight)3.) Wish the price was a bit cheaper. Kinda pricey.All in all I think if you’re a strong, tall guy over 6’ this bags for you.

    April 4, 2021
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    Sean M Rickli

    I am a former Staff Sergeant within the Airborne Ranger/ Long Range Reconnaissance Unit. I have humped all over God’s green earth and I definitely know great gear when I use it. I would recommend this Ruck/Pack for Hiking and camping etc. Having the ability to adjust the size between the Shoulders and hips are awesome. So yes, If you want a budget friendly Pack that will last a very long time then this is a great buy ! PS. for those whom do not know, Pack all of your heaviest gear at the top of your pack onto the shoulders rather than at the waist. This will save you pain. RLTW !

    April 1, 2021
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    Andrew S.

    CAN NOT FIND A BETTER BACKPACK for the price! Tons of storage. Very well thought out design. Extremely well made, and durable. This will make an amazing bushcraft/ multi-day hiking backpack. I searched for weeks before pulling the trigger on this pack. I could not find better on paper for the price. And now that its in my hands, you wont find better for quality either. I am super excited to put this thing to the test as it will be my primary hiking/ camping backpack for 2023!

    February 19, 2021
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    Aaron HAaron H

    This bag actually surprised me. I almost expected it to be cheaper in construction, but it really is decent quality. I’ve got it loaded up for 3 day backpacking, and it’s sitting at around 40lbs. The weight of the bag doesn’t feel too bad thanks to the built in frame, it’s well balanced, adjustable, and it’s easy to organize with the 75L capacity. The bag has a built in rain cover that totally encases the bag, even when full. The 75L bag isn’t going to be a great platform for “ultralight” hiking, but it’s a great Budget bag and it’s reliable. I would recommend it if you want a hiking bag that has customizability, is strong & reliable, molle system, and high capacity. You could definitely do worse.

    February 19, 2021

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