DG3 Pack

(12 customer reviews)

$360.00$388.00

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We have created a new more compact frameset for the DG3 Patrol Pack. Based on the famous DG16 frame, it is a little shorter and straight-sided. It has the same strength, tuned flex and ventilation. At 55 litres, we think it is the perfect pack for 3 days out.

Features:

  • DG3 tuned flex polymer frame;
  • Our world’s best laminated and contoured shoulder harness;
  • CF exclusive bug out buckles, safe and positive QR;
  • Lumbar pad and detachable hip wings;
  • Triple pocket contoured top lid to secure bigger loads;
  • Centre zip access for light loads;
  • MOLLE in CF exclusive scallop style is faster to use;
  • Zipper access for radio and antenna;
  • Beaucoup internal pockets;
  • Side slots for long items;
  • Dual compression straps;
  • Radio Pouch;
  • Hydration pouch;
  • Helmet carrier.

Optional internal frame sheet for vehicle and aircraft with confined storage space.

Features of the DG3 Pack

DG3 Colors

Multicam, Coyote, Ranger

Convertible External vs Internal Frame

Convertible, between an external frame (18″), and an internal frame ruck, by using either the internal frame sheet, or the external frame, very similar to the DG-16.

A Thorough Look at The Crossfire DG3 Pack by Max of MVT

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12 reviews for DG3 Pack

  1. RBOne

    Outstanding Patrol Pack. Best Frame on the market and the 55l capacity really fills a gap!

  2. Diz

    This pack is my go-to ruck for use with a belt kit

  3. Antoni J

    Excited about my new purchase is an understatement. The DG3 backpack by Crossfire Australia with the ability to remove the external pack frame and various interchangeable/removable internal pockets this thing will see a lot of use.

  4. Mal Howie

    DG3 is great. Options with the Molle could suit any job requirement. Current issued pack is way too big in my opinion.

  5. Wheelsee

    The genius part (IMHO) is the ability to unzip, providing rapid access to contents, even those at the bottom of the pack.

  6. RB_One

    At first this pack seems very complex. But luckily for all our 11B readers, it comes fully assembled as a external frame pack. But I can just encourage you to disassemble the pack to really tailor it to your body.

  7. Johnny Chimpo

    I’ve had my crossfire DG3 for years and it hasn’t missed a beat. I’ve also been a fan of the peacekeeper boots in the past too. Thanks guys!

  8. Jacko

    A very comfortable pack with plenty of space. I put four large platatac pouches on the outside to set it out like an sas mk6 and it worked quite well.

  9. DJ

    Good pack.

  10. Mors Kochanski

    Monster of a pack.

  11. 22F

    I’ve been using my DG-3 for a couple of years now. I find the harness one of the most comfortable I’ve encountered. In short, I am impressed with my DG-3. A very comfortable and flexible design. With the way that the pack sits on my body, there is sufficient clearance to allow for air flow across the back. Fills the niche for shorter range treks, such as general walking trips overnight or no more than a couple of day’s duration. The size of the pack without external pouches fitted is good for leaving on and manoeuvring in relatively tight spaces. I was able to still sit in a normal dining room chair with chest webbing and loaded pack (sans pouches) on.

  12. BW

    This is a militarised and ruggedised internal frame hiking pack for a military client. I’ve found the DG-3 is a surprisingly interesting pack. It is envisaged that the DG-3 will suffice for almost all possible infantry operations in a variety of environments..

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