Dimensions: 18"(H) x 9.5"(W) x 4.75"(D) Main Compartment
16"(H) x 8"(W) x 3"(D) Secondary Compartment
4"(H) x 7"(W) x 2.5"(D) Upper Front Pouch
10"(H) x 7"(W) x 2.5"(D) Lower Front Pouch
Capacity: 1520 cu. in. / 25 liters"
Hydration: Up to 100oz Bladder
I'll have to admit, when I first saw this pack online a long time ago I didn't see anything special about it. Once I got this guy in hand however, I was really able to appreciate its size and ease of use. The Falcon II is big enough to be considered a day pack, but it is fairly slim for its size class making it a great running pack. I have full range of motion with my arms and am able to strap it on nice and snug. When not filled, the pack can be cinched down quite flat. I'm not so big on the Y-strap cinch since I like easy access more than cinching, but it can be easily installed on or off. For those who cinch more, it works great for that purpose. A snap loop is on top to allow one to secure the main and or secondary compartment zippers. The pockets go from small to big towards the back and include well thought out sleeve pockets. The last pocket area is for a hydration bladder and has a hole to route out the pouch and out the top of the pack. Loop velcro in the hydration pouch allows for modular attachments such as a holster. Like me, you are probably wondering what is the velcro webbing doing under the PALS on the front of the pack. This is for Maxpedition's sheath accessory pouches which are good for mags, lights, and tools. I totally dig this pack use it regularly to haul things between home and work. Currently available in Black, OD Green, Khaki, and ACU.