Transit Redline EDC Backpack - 40L
Transit Redline EDC Backpack - 40L
Transit Redline EDC Backpack - 40L
Transit Redline EDC Backpack - 40L
Transit Redline EDC Backpack - 40L
Transit Redline EDC Backpack - 40L
Transit Redline EDC Backpack - 40L
Transit Redline EDC Backpack - 40L
Transit Redline EDC Backpack - 40L
Transit Redline EDC Backpack - 40L
Transit Redline EDC Backpack - 40L
Transit Redline EDC Backpack - 40L
Transit Redline EDC Backpack - 40L
Transit Redline EDC Backpack - 40L
Transit Redline EDC Backpack - 40L
Transit Redline EDC Backpack - 40L
Transit Redline EDC Backpack - 40L
Transit Redline EDC Backpack - 40L

Transit Redline EDC Backpack - 40L

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Are you looking for a do-all backpack that is equally home within an office, traveling for the weekend or hiking? We designed the Transit Redline EDC Backpack to be this kind of backpack. With more organization options than most people will know what to do with, a padded laptop sleeve and a CCW pocket, this backpack really can be used for just about anything and is a perfect gray man backpack. The large main pocket has a clamshell design and lays flat. This is ideal for packing out the bag and great for a weekend trip. Hydration compatible, the Transit will easily accommodate a 3-liter hydration reservoir.

The Transit Redline is still a terrific day trek bag, but you'll need more gear if you want to spend the night in the woods. If you're going to be spending a lot of time outside, the Sovereign Redline is a great 50-liter option to pack everything you need.

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    3v gear transit redline edc backpack
    3v gear transit redline edc backpack
    3v gear transit redline 40 liter edc backpack

    TRANSIT EDC BACKPACK FEATURES

    A - Heavy-duty ripstop construction
    B - YKK zippers and rubber zipper pulls
    C - Die-cut MOLLE panel
    D - 40-liter size
    E - Removable waist belt
    F - Water bottle pocket
    G - Thick, padded shoulder straps
    H - Compression straps

    ADDITIONAL FEATURES & SPECS
    • 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
    • Imported

    PADDED LAPTOP SLEEVE

    The Transit EDC Backpack features a large padded laptop sleeve that will fit most 15" laptops. The large "U"-shaped zipper makes it easy to access your laptop without opening more of the bag.

    SECURITY POCKET

    We added a small secure pocket on the back of the Transit. This was designed to hide valuables from would-be thieves. Perfect for your passport, cash, or a small CCW. With it being against your back it would be very difficult for anyone to gain access to this pocket without you knowing.
    Tons of Pockets
    Let's face it, we all love loads of pockets. This way we can keep everything in its rightful place. Our unique hi-viz topographical map liner makes it easy to see all of your gear.
    Clam Shell Opening
    A full clam shell opening for the main compartment lets you pack and access your gear with minimal effort. 
    Padded Laptop Sleeve
    A large padded laptop sleeve will keep your laptop cozy while you are on the move. The laptop pocket accommodates most 15" laptops.
    Hidden Security Pocket
    The Transit Backpack features a hidden security pocket on the back of the bag. This is perfect for storing your wallet or passport and can double as a CCW pocket.
    Lay Flat Loading
    With the main compartment completely unzipped you can easily pack your bag in a more civilized way. No longer do you have to cram your stuff into the bag. This design is perfect when using packing cubes.
    Luggage Trolley Passthrough
    While the Transit Backpack is TSA compliant as a carry on bag, sometimes you may have more luggage when traveling. If you are using a roller bag, the Transit will easily sit on top while you move through the airport.
    Hydration Compatible
    The Transit is hydration compatible and will fit up to the 3-liter hydration reservoir.
    Side Admin Pocket
    More pockets! The side of the Transit features a unique secondary admin panel. This is perfect for keeping your gear organized in different sections of the bag.
    Large Water Bottle Pocket
    A large water bottle pocket will fit most water bottles and is large enough to hold additional items you may want to lash to the outside of the bag. Say a tripod or something similar.
    Lined Accessory Pocket
    A lined accessory pocket adorns the top of the bag and is perfect for stashing your phone, wallet, keys, etc.
    Adjustable Carry
    With the included sternum strap and waist belt you can adjust the load on your back. Both straps are removable as well.
    MOLLE Compatible
    With a die-cut MOLLE panel you can add your favorite MOLLE pouch for a bit more organization.

    3V Gear Transit EDC Backpack Reviews

    Customer Reviews

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    elandgiddy1228@gmail.com (Chicago, US)
    Great EDC/travel/bike commute bag

    I've had this bag for about 6 months now. Here are my thoughts.

    ○ Pros: The pack is light, the lightest of the backpacks I own in the 35-50L range, including some smaller packs from Osprey. Due to being longer, it's pretty narrow & because of the lighter materials it compresses very well when not full. This means it's better for me as an EDC than other packs in this range. The water bottle holder is decent & the compression strap can make sure it stays secure. Not only that, but this is one of the few tactical-style backpacks I've seen where the compression straps are built so they don't prevent access to the main or front admin compartments (it can prevent full access to the side admin compartment, but this isn't that big of a deal). I understand for some that compression straps can act as a sort of theft deterrence due to the extra step it takes to get into the bag, but I really like this setup & wish more bags would do it this way. The j-top clamshell opening allows for top loading, fully-open loading, & even some side loading access if you place the zippers right. The admin pockets on the front & side give some good options for creative packing, & the side admin can also be used as a secondary water bottle pocket for a thinner bottle. The secret pocket in the back harness is bigger than it looks & perfect for my wallet, phone, etc. The soft stash pocket on top is roomy enough for several fragile items. The mesh pockets in the main compartment are awesome, & sometimes easier to throw my tech stuff in than the admin pockets. The laptop compartment fits my 14-inch Chromebook pretty easily, & has some good suspension away from the bottom of the bag. High-vis lining with dark-exterior bags is always a plus, & the topographic map design is unique. The back harness is very comfortable, with soft but supportive & breathable mesh that hasn't left me too sore even when fully loaded out or left my back too "swampy". The hip belt is pretty decent for securing the bag while bike riding but I usually take it off anyway. The sternum strap fits nicely & is pretty adjustable. I love the redline color scheme; it looks just unique enough to stand out, but isn't in-your-face tactical.
    Cons: Not having a separate laptop compartment means you've gotta watch where you place the bag down in wet conditions, especially if there's standing water, because the bottom grommet can allow water to seep in & potentially damage any tech inside. The clamshell opening helps packing better, but because of the bag's narrow shape (longer vs wider) it's hard to pack bulkier items (ex, my large lunchbox). Because of this, the bag often seems more like a 35-38L bag than a full 40L. The admin pockets are relatively thin & built so that once you put something even mildly bulky in one pocket (like my asthma inhaler or my mobile charger), the other ones become unusable. The bag is flexible & has enough give to stretch the main compartment & use all of the available space it has, but doing so will keep you from using the admin panels for much other than a wallet, maybe a phone or PC charger charger, and some cables. I can & have added one of my Maxpedition pouches to it, & it fits well enough to cover most of the MOLLE for a slightly more grey-man look (although one could argue that attaching pouches to the back of a bag screams "tactical bag" the same way MOLLE does). Also, this disrupts the slim profile of the pack. Finally, although 3V Gear does a great job of adding strap keepers to the back harness straps, the compression straps, & even the hip belt, they somehow forgot to add one to the sternum strap. Not a huge deal for me, as I just added my own Velcro ties to achieve that coveted dangle-free experience, but it seems like a strange oversight for a company that is obviously trying to distinguish it's gear from the other more expensive stuff out there.

    Even with these cons, this is still a solid EDC/daily commute backpack, and I've grown to really love it. I'll switch it out with another bag like an Osprey, 5.11, or North Face every once in awhile. But I keep coming back to it for its practical organization, solid amount of storage, lightweight & comfortable handling on my back (especially when stuffed full of tech gear or groceries on the bike ride to/from work), along with the cool-looking inner/outer styling. I highly recommend this bag for virtually any use-case scenario, with the possible exception of a workplace where business professional-style attire is expected.

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    Robert Madrigal (Tucson, US)
    Perfect camera bag!

    I bought this bag to go on a cruise, and to carry my camera gear on the excursions. i bought a Tenba camera insert bag before, and this backpack worked perfectly!

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    Jason Dachel
    Almost perfect

    Everything I thought it would be accept one thing. When the backpack is fully loaded the water bottle holder is no longer useable for water bottles. Other than that I'm happy with it. Couple straps on the bottom would be a good addition too in my opinion.

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    Michael (Manassas, US)
    As a truck driver, I love it!

    Versatile bag with plenty of zipper compartments.

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    Jeff L (Creston, US)
    Excellent pack

    Very versatile. Love the feature for zipping open flat. Well made. Was even able to use it as a carrry on at the airport

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    Red Birney (Billings, US)
    3V - Outstanding!

    Ordered several times from 3V. Without fail, every-time was a great experience. Their products are high quality, shipping is always ASAP, and customer service is exceptional. Will come back again and again.

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    Dru Dorius (Ogden, US)
    Transit Redline backpack.

    Great product very pleased with the backpack.

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    Micah (Salt Lake City, US)
    3v transit

    Great bag super durable in the Backcountry and the city and comfortable on the back

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    cheryl salvati
    Transit Redline EDC Backpack - 40L

    while I have yet to fill it, I have examined it closely and I am impressed. I am overweight and was concerned the straps would not work. they made this to fir a well built guy so all the straps fit me and I could not be happier. sucks having edc bags but you cant wear one properly.

    its tight, compact and roomy. awesomely structured, thought out and smart.
    Thank you

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    Kyle McD (Milwaukee, US)
    Perfectly descriptive name

    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!