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ALPS OutdoorZ Ghost 30 Backpack

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ALPS OutdoorZ Ghost 30 Backpack


The ALPS OutdoorZ Ghost 30 Backpack is built to satisfy both daily- and work-related needs as well as recreational activities. It is ergonomically designed to wear comfortably and to withstand hard use thanks to its tough, lightweight CORDURA® fabric. Padded shoulder straps with an integrated sternum strap and a padded back panel provide optimal load distribution and a custom fit for comfortable carry. Included are multiple interior and easy-access pockets for storing up to two laptops and other essentials. The heart of the Ghost 30 is its ability to accommodate personal defense handguns. The material inside the pocket is lined with loop fabric, allowing holsters with hook-and-loop backing material to attach inside the pocket for quick firearm deployment. When you need to carry a defensive handgun, but on-body carry is not an option, the Ghost 30 is your everyday solution.

Great Everyday Carry (EDC) option
Ambidextrous concealed carry pocket will accommodate hook and loop style holsters
Rugged, lightweight CORDURA® fabric
2 padded laptop sleeves for versatility
Front panel is lined with loop for attaching accessories
Top lid offers additional storage
Padded sunglasses case pocket located on top of pack
Hidden daisy chain
Interior pockets for extra magazines and writing utensils
5 interior zippered mesh pockets to make it easy to keep items organized and visual
Side pockets with compression straps
Unique full-access zipper path
Hydration compatible with two side-outlet hydration ports
Rain cover included

Dimensions: 23.5" x 11" x 7"
Weight: 3 lbs. 1 oz.
Liters: 30L / 1809 in┬│


  • Capacity 30L / 1809 in³
  • Overall Dimensions 23.5" H x 11" W x 7" D
  • Main Compartment Dimensions 21.5" H x 11" W x 7" D
  • Weight 3 lbs. 1 oz.
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