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Posted by August 2, 2012
One of the greatest benefits of working at OpticsPlanet is my hands on access to all of the products in which we carry. This can be both wonderful and terrible at the same time. I can see every product, evaluate the strengths and the weaknesses, and then select the best item to suit my needs. However, conflict can arise when I find two products that I equally desire. When I reach this road block many will say “why don’t you just get both”. Well, that’s a nice phrase, but I am on a budget!
This happened not too long ago while I was in the search for a new backpack. I wanted something that I could bring to work every day as well as safely carry my laptop and any other gear I might have for the day. Durability and adaptability were also of utmost importance. These key factors were pushing me towards a tactical backpack. The first pack(s) I had in mind were that of the 5.11 Rush Series; Specifically the Rush 12 (also available inSandstone andMultiCam). It was just large enough to carry 15” Macbook Pro and far exceeded my durability and adaptability …