Helikon-Tex Bail Out Bag Backpack Shadow Grey

    Bail Out Bag® (BOB®) is an escape backpack designed by the survivalists who know how to carry the essentials. You can attach it to the back of a car seat, where it can hang open without spilling the contents, allowing fast access to your gear. After detaching from the seat it morphs into a plain, low profile backpack. After fully opening of the pack, you can seat on it or even use it as an improvised sleeping isolation mat. There is also one additional pocket that holds an additional seating mat. The pack also has detachable beavertail, that can be easily transformed into an improvised bag. The beavertail has three integral AR/AK pouches and one pocket that can be used for carrying a handgun via provided Vesatile Insert System®-compatible pistol holder.


    • Attachable to car seat
    • Four inner mesh pockets (two zippered and two with shock cords)
    • MOLLE/PALS panel for attachement of additional accessories
    • Hydration bladder pocket
    • Can be transformed into the sleeping mat
    • Two external zippered pockets
    • Beavertail transformable into bail out bag
    • WooJin® buckle
    • YKK® zippers
    • Mesh zippered pocket on the inner side of the flap
    • Comfortable carrying system
    • Profiled ergonomic shoulder straps
    • Four external loops for fast draw of the pack
    • Two external pockets for waterbottle or jacket
    • External low profile construction
    Weight [g]2280
    Dimensions50 x 29 x 19 cm / 19.6 x 11.5 x 7.5 in
    Capacity [l]25
    Material100% Nylon




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