GREAT DAY PACK
Velox Tactical Backpack Features
- 18"h x 12"w x 8"d
- External padded laptop sleeve fits most 15" laptops
- Admin panel to keep you organized
- Clamshell design for lay-flat packing
- Removable waist belt (not included)
- YKK zippers
- Velcro strap keepers
- Hydration bladder compatible
- Designed in Utah
- Limited Lifetime Warranty
PADDED LAPTOP SLEEVE
A padded laptop sleeve fits most 15" laptops and tablets. This sleeve can also be used to carry a 3 liter hydration reservoir.
comes with three MOLLE accessory
pouches to give the ultimate in
customization and organization.
3V Gear Velox Backpack Reviews
What to Look for When Selecting a Soft Gun Rifle - FAQ
The Velox has a dedicated external laptop sleeve that can fit a 15” laptop comfortably.
Yes, the MOLLE admin panels are made to fit any standard size MOLLE strap or clip.
The Rapid Deployment bag can be attached through the MOLLE admin panel on the Velox backpack.
The Velox backpack is durable and modular. It has a lot of capacity and compartments to make use of its storage abilities to pack everything you may need to carry for camping.
Yes, a hydration bladder can be secured with the integrated velcro strap.
No, we have updated the straps to make them detachable and have redesigned them with side padding.
The 3V Gear Velox II Quick Action Tactical Backpack Review
At the moment I am giving this pack a 4 out of 5 simply because it has not been field proven as of yet. However I purchased its big Brother the
The 3V Gear Paratus 3-Day
Operators Pack a couple of years ago and it has definitely proved to be well worth the money.
With that said Velox II will be my scouting and tracking pack for day trips into the wild. It has the capacity to hold ammo, First-Aid kit, food & H2O, as well as extra parka, fire starter gear etc,etc. And is of the same quality as it's bigger sibling.
Cannot wait to try it out here in a few short weeks. Once again 3V knocks it out of the park! Thank you team....TJF
This my second V3 backpack. I had the first one for several years. Only one small tear in one of the pockets, but it was only retired because it got caked with mud on a recent trip.
The website still has some images/videos of the original Velox; with the vertical compression strap. The updated Velox has eliminated that strap; which disappoints me. I like the ability to compress equally. I think that was a mistake to eliminate it. Otherwise, the bag seems solid and well designed.
These are my 4th & 5th Velox II Quick Action Tactical Backpacks. Setting up for family members to use as EDC vehicle bags. Organised response to life chaos.
The Hip belt is too large even at the smallest setting. I'm a 5'7" 130 lb woman, so it's not like I'm tiny. At the biggest setting, the belt would fit a 400 lb man. Who do they think is more likely to be hiking - someone who weighs 130 or someone who weighs 400??
3V Gear Velox II Quick Action Tactical Backpack - UPDATED 2022
The updated velox II has a better build quality than previous version which I would not have thought possible. The only thing I miss from the original is the strap that runs from the bottom to top of bag across the entire front.
This bag kicks ass. Used ruggedly on my deployment overseas and this thing is still pushing hard. No rips or tears.
Tons of access and function for the price.
The Velox II has been an amazing backpack for years. I have been using mine for the last 4 years and love it. I travel every other week with my tech and no regrets, Unfortunately the mesh in the compartments tear apart and broke off and one of the shoulder straps began showing signs of wear and tear (I carry about 50 punds of tech gear on average all the time so I abuse it :-) ).
So, I ordered the new and updated version of the Velox II. While great, it is not as amazing as the previous version. It has areas better stitched and reinforced but less areas for organizing stuff in the large compartments which to me is a bit disappointing because I was able to place a tablet and 2 laptops in the center compartment while another laptop in the area designated for the armor plate or hydration pack. Now it's all lose in the large compartment. Also the bottom of the backpack feels with less cushioning than the previous model so you have to be more careful if you have electronics.
Lastly, the molle system on the sides is incredibly tight. I had to use pliers to pull the straps of my molle bottle of water ad on when it was easy to attach to the previous model.
Do I recommend it?
ABSOLUTELY. Continues to be a winner. Several friends of mine ordered it a couple of years ago when I showed for work with all my patches and add ons.