Maxpedition Jumbo L.E.O. S-Type Versipacks

Maxpedition LEO S-Type Jumbo Versipack is designed for left side carry with plentiful and well-arranged storage. The Maxpedition L.E.O. Jumbo S-Type LEO Versipack has been optimized for use by law enforcement officers and based upon hundreds of customer's feedback. This special edition 9851 LEO Versipack from Maxpedition will cut the clutter with your gear and allow you to store all of it neatly and securely in on bag.


RATING
88.5 /100
  • Design

    Excellent

  • Performance

    Excellent

  • Value for money

    Excellent

  • Feature

    Excellent

Features of Special Edition Maxpedition Leo Versipack:

  • Special edition of Maxpedition Jumbo Versipack that has been optimized for use by the L.aw E.nforcement O.fficer
  • Designed based on hundreds of L.E.O. customer feedback
  • Excellent for active shooter scenarios
  • Better For Left Side Carry
  • Main: 9" x 8" x 3" with front and back subdividers; bottom drainage grommet
  • Front: 7" x 6.5" x 1.5" with divided 2" elastic webbing to carry 4 handgun mags; web subdivider
  • Side A: Mag pouch with lateral elastic retention; fits two M4/M16 30rnd mags or radio
  • Side B: 7" x 3.5" x 2" with double zipper slides, 3 rows & 2 channels of PALS
  • Phone pouch: Accommodates up to 5„¢ cellphone excluding antenna
  • Top of lid pocket: 6.5" x 3" x 1" inside lined with loop field; 3/4" webbing grab handle
  • Rear/CCW Compartment: 9" x 8.5" with 7" x 8" loop field
  • Shoulder strap: Integral 2" quick release (min 33" strap alone / max 56" strap alone ; min 45.5" loop / max 69" loop) with 2" non-slip shoulder pad
  • Multiple PALS attachment points
  • Removable/adjustable waist belt of ¾" webbing; max. waist size 48" circumference
  • Optional accessories (sold separately): #3501 Universal CCW Holster, #3502 Triple Magazine Holder, #3503 Dual Mag. Retention Insert, Grimloc Carabiner D-Ring
  • Tough PU-coated 800-denier nylon fabric for approx. 15% weight reduction
  • Teflon fabric protector for grime resistance and easy maintenance
  • high strength zippers and zipper tracks
  • UTX-Duraflex nylon buckles for low sound closures
  • Triple polyurethane coated for water resistance
  • High tensile strength nylon webbing
  • High tensile strength composite nylon thread (stronger than ordinary industry standard nylon thread)
  • #AS-100 high grade closed-cell foam padding material for superior shock protection
  • Internal seams taped and finished
  • Paracord zipper pulls
  • Stress points double stitched, Bartacked or "Box-and-X" stitched for added strength
  • MAXPEDITION's nylon fabric is treated with Dupont Teflon for superb water and grime resistance.
  • To clean, simply wipe down with a damp cloth. Allow gear to dry naturally.
  • Do not machine wash.
  • Do not use detergent or bleach.

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Comments
Trever - Add Reply

I like this pack. I'm left-handed and think it's great that Maxpedition makes a lefty-specific pack; that's the only reason I forked over $80 for it. It's laid out well and has useful compartments for things like a first aid kit, walkie talkie or GPS, and spare mags. The molle webbing is great for attaching accessories. A few caveats: The material is thin; I wonder how durable this will be. Also, there is only "loop" velcro fabric on one side of the CCW compartment; both sides would have been a better design and much more versatile. The Maxpedition "holster" for this pack will only fit small, thin guns. If they had loop on both sides, you could adjust to any size gun, no matter the thickness. This pack is also made overseas; if it was U.S.-made, I could understand the price, but made overseas, it should be less than 1/2 this price. 5 stars for the effort, 4 stars for the caveats, 3 stars when you consider what it costs.

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