TRANSIT EDC BACKPACK FEATURES
- Adjustable sternum strap
- Clam shell design for easy packing
- Large admin pocket
- Padded laptop sleeve
- Dimensions 22"h x 14"w x 8"d
- 40 Liters
- Total Weight 2.35 lbs.
- Limited Lifetime Warranty
PADDED LAPTOP SLEEVE
3V Gear Transit EDC Backpack Reviews
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This pack is light, naturally lean in profile and storage, but deceptively well thought out in capacity and organization. The more I use it the more I find that it suits day to day needs and handles long weekends with ease. Great gear 3V!
I have the Redline Shield Anti-Theft bag which is an amazing bag. I carry it with me as my EDC where ever I go. I was looking for a travel bag and I forgot about the Transit 40L that 3v Gear had. I saw some reviews on youtube and I was like I got to get this one as well. So I'm happy with both bags. Better than carrying a big luggage :D around.
Very comfortable on my torso (I'm 6'2" tall). The 35 lb Yes4All ruck weight fits perfectly in the laptop compartment
I lived through the Texas Snow and Ice Storm of February 11 - 19, 2021. Twice I used my new Transit Redline EDC Backpack on resupply missions for our Texas neighbors. My pack was fully provisioned with water, stove, fuel, food, extra gloves, hat, sunglasses and EDC equipment. With two 4x4 trucks and four people, we caravanned 26 miles one way to Blanco to refill 18-7 gallon propane bottles, brought in a generator, food, water and diesel fuel. In the end, it was neighbor helping neighbor to make it through a hard week, and we did it along with this pack. The only thing I’d wished I’d had was the 3l hydration bladder and insulated tube. Good thing I just got a flash sale email today.
I got this bag for work. Needed something smaller than what I was using at the time. Carrys everything that I need. Love that it opens all the way down, it makes it easier to load. I like the interior color. Make it easier to find what I'm looking for.
So far this bag has been amazing it holds my every day carry with room to spare. Construction seems to be solid so far and I’m fairly hard on my gear. It functions just as well in the office as it does on a search and rescue mission.
Been looking for a larger backpack for my everyday carry for awhile now and just couldn't find anything decent that was under a couple hundred dollars. Was very please to find the transit Redline with its quality materials and cool anesthetics. What I was really impressed with was the price and the superfast shipping. I live and Canada and I had the bag at my doorstep within a couple of days after purchase. Extremely happy with the bag and service so far!
Fits my Springfield PDW and laptop perfectly with room to spare. The bag is slim and has multiple pockets for other accessories.
After using my transit redline backpack for about 3 weeks loaded with my daily stuff for work, a level 3 armor plate and about 60 rounds of ammo. It’s holding up great and works beautifully. The only improvement I would like to see are the zippers. More precisely the zipper pulls. They can bend open and the cord comes right out leaving you with no zipper pull at all. Can be fixed with some paracord and pliers but besides that. It’s a great pack!
This is my new EDC bag next to the Outlaw and a 5.11 styled "12 hour" bag. I alternate between the 3, though I love the less tactical look of this one and the size too. I love the redline line and have ordered all but the Sovreign and Surge, so that should tell you something about this new line. You really cant go wrong, as all of them are perfect "grey man" type of bags.