Oakley has been in the backpack game for a while now and the Link Mitac 2.0 has proven to be a hit amongst the hardest of users and athletes. With a 23L capacity, it’s large enough for all of your EDC needs.
Available in coyote, blackout, multi-cam, and multi-cam black the Link Miltac 2.0 is made from 600D poly construction which is tough enough for a weeklong solo trip in the woods or just a daily commute to school and work. Laser cut webbing allows for additional Molle gear attachments.
Continue reading to see what the company has to say:
Built for the hard-charging action-sport athlete, the Link Pack Miltac features tough 600D poly construction and comfortable, padded shoulder straps with a stabilizing sternum clip.
An interior sleeve with included 2L water bladder provides ample hydration for the motivation to crest the next ridge, while multiple Velcro®: panels and daisy-chain webbing ensure you have all the necessary equipment to make it there. A dedicated footwear compartment keeps shoes separate from other gear, and a large ellipse logo shows the outdoors the driven spirit behind your single or multi-day journey.
- Dual-zip main compartment offers ample storage
- Interior hydration sleeve stores included 2L water bladder
- Dedicated shoe compartment keeps footwear separate from other gear
- Adjustable, padded straps provide comfortable carrying
- Side pockets offer easy-access storage
- Padded eyewear pocket protects sunglasses
- Gear easily attaches to Velcro® panels and daisy-chain webbing
- Durable 600D polyester construction helps protect contents
- 23L Capacity
- 20.5″ H x 12.5″ W x 7.5″ D
- 100% Polyester
The OAKLEY LINK MILTAC 2.0 backpack retails for about $139 which really isn’t bad for this pack.
Grab one today and fill it with your favorite dirt time gear…
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