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GORUCK GR3 Large Carry-On Ruck

Use the same bag for all your travel needs with the GORUCK GR3 Large Carry-On Ruck. Featuring the largest carry-on size, the GR3 has an impressive 45-liter capacity while still complying with TSA standards. Made from Special Forces grade materials, the GR3 uses 1000 denier CORDURA for its durability and strength to weight ratio. Likewise, the ruck comes with silent YKK zippers that can even perform in sandstorms. Additionally, the laptop compartment features extra reinforcement and easy accessibility. The padded side handles are ideal for carrying the ruck while traveling or for a heavier load. Furthermore, the ruck is highly water resistant and can even withstand heavy rain. The ruck comes with three interior pockets including two large zippered pockets and one smaller go-to pocket. The external slant pocket offers quick access to your smaller essentials.

GORUCK GR3 Large Carry-On Ruck
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9.7/10
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Size
45 Liters
Material
1000 CORDURA
Dimensions
22 x 14 x 9 Inches
Weight
5.15 Pounds
Rainproof
Yes
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