I have been provided the materials needed for this review. However, my opinions are entirely my own and I have not been paid to publish positive comments.
Kilimanjaro Gear was kind enough to ship us a few products to test out, the first of which was two of the knives they make. You can find that review here.
If you have ever spent much time with me you will know I carry the Kilimanjaro Gear Tactical Elite Mirati bag with me anywhere I go. It can be full of anything, my gym gear, my laptop, my camera gear or whatever else I might need for the day.
Kilimanjaro Gear Tactical Elite Mirati
While looking at the different bags Kilimanjaro Gear had to offer, I wanted to get one Tactical elite and one Tactical bag for review so I could compare the two. I picked the Mirati because I travel and I wanted a large enough bag to fit all of my gear for a trip. The Mirati has a bunch of different pockets and spots I can organize my gear in.
On the side of the bag it has two compartments for smaller objects like a flashlight, a multi tool or sunglasses. I keep my Olight R40 1100 Lumen flashlight in the zipper pocket because of how handy it is to have.
The largest compartment fits my camera or my clothes while the smaller compartment fits my iPad, cables, batteries and whatever else I might need for work that day.
A compact, well sized multipurpose day-backpack. Ideally suited for use as a carry-on, patrol bag, hunting backpack or hiking pack. Dual main compartments for stowing gear you may need in a hurry. Additional features include an internal admin panel, hydration/concealment zippered pocket and outer webbing straps for modular attachments.
· Dual Main Compartments
· External Hose Port
· Reinforced Grab Handle
· 100 Oz./ 3 L Hydration Compatible (Bladder Not Included)
· Fits up to 15.4 in. (38 cm) Diagonal Laptop Computer
· Hook and Loop Patch for Adding Name Tape or Logo Patches
· External Adjustable Side Compression Straps
· Adjustable Sternum and Waist Straps
· Internal Admin Panel
· Padded Mesh Back Panel for Enhanced Moisture Wicking
· PALS Webbing for Modular Pouch Attachments
· Front Elastic Cords to Hold Jacket or Extra Clothes
Overall Dimensions: 13 in. (L) x 18 in. (H) x 11 in. (D) (33 cm x 46 cm x 28 cm)
Capacity: 1577 Cu. In. / 26 Liters
Material: 1000-Denier Textured Nylon Fabric
Kilimanjaro Gear Transport Modular Assault Pack
I used this bag before the Mirati shipped and even though this bag is smaller is truly is a very handy pack.
It works as a travel bag even though it would only fit clothes because of its size. My laptop is just small enough to fit into the Mirati and the Transport Modular Assault Pack dimensions are smaller so the laptop does not fit.
Lately I have just been using this bag as an overnight bag I keep in my truck so when I am staying late on a project I have something to change into.
This compact accordion style pack is perfect size for when you want to travel light, such as city exploring or hiking excursion. The water resistant construction keeps your gear dry and secure in any climate. Hydration and laptop compatible.
- Four Unique Storage Areas
- Left and Right Hose Ports with Reinforced Flaps
- Hydration Compatible (Bladder Not Included)
- Heavy Duty Carry Handle
- Fits up to 15 in. (38 cm) Diagonal Laptop Computer
- Hook and Loop Patch for Adding Name Tape or Logo Patches
- External Adjustable Side Compression Straps
- Adjustable Sternum and Waist Straps
- Contoured Padded Shoulder Straps with D-Rings
- Padded Mesh Back Panel for Enhanced Moisture Wicking
- PALS Webbing for Modular Pouch Attachments
- Grommet Drainage Ports
Overall Dimensions: 9.5 in. (L) x 18 in. (H) x 10 in. (D) (24 cm x 46 cm x 25 cm)
Capacity: 1086 Cu. In. / 18 Liters
Material: 600D Polyester
I love the size and use I get out of my Mirati. I pretty much do not leave home without.
The Transport Modular Assault Pack is smaller but it still has a place and I love having both bags.
I recommend knowing your bag needs before picking up any type, style or size bag. Finding out you are unable to use a bag for your laptop when that is what you planned on using it for is a real bummer. Thankfully this wasn’t the case for me as I got the Transport Modular Assault Pack for range work and as an extra go bag.