Using the most durable material possible, D1000 Cordura, the team builds rucks that utilize the best aspects of the rucks issued by the US Army Special Forces.
GR2 Field is our largest Field Pocket, sized perfectly to attach to GR2 with the same system used by the US Armed Forces. Built tough enough for war, GR2 Field also attaches seamlessly to body armor and Special Forces trauma bags.
Tip: GR2 Field was built to thrive as a standalone pocket. Use it to store and organize electronics, such as GPS, hard drives, cameras, batteries, camera accessories, and chargers.
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Made in the USA
Size: 8.86”W x 7.6”H x 3.9”D
Volume: 4 litersS
Weight: 0.70 lb
Opens flat, three internal compartments allow for optimal organization
Two zippered compartments: one mesh, one closed
Third, mesh compartment has an elastic closure
External padded handle ideal for carrying GR2 Field as a standalone piece of gear.
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From Jason, Green Beret and Goruck founder:
Goruck uses Black 1000 Denier Cordura, a material field tested in some of the most austere conditions possible. Denier refers to the linear mass density of the fibers. 1000D means that it is has the mass in grams of 1,000 per 9,000 meters (a single strand of silk has a Denier of 1). We use the 1000 Denier version because it’s been proven (to me and others) to hold up best in war, offering exceptional abrasion resistance and strength-to-weight ratio. We are often asked if the bags are waterproof. Waterproof to our (military) standards means you can leave it at the bottom of the ocean for a week and nothing inside gets wet. 1000D Cordura is highly water-resistant, by military standards, and I never worry about carrying my electronics around town even in a downpour.