* Maxpedition has released the replacement for the old malice clip attachment system.
Aptly named after a mythological character that could take on many shapes and forms, the Maxpedition Proteus Versipack (#0402) provides a herculean 285 cu. in. of organized storage space and can be worn around the waist like a fannypack, hand-carried, piggy-backed onto MAXPEDITION backpacks, or integrated onto ALICE or MOLLE webbing. Equipped with compression straps that snap into the integral handle to secure contents and three rows of nylon webbing attachment points to accommodate modular accessories, the Maxpedition Proteus is one piece of gear you must have before setting forth on your odyssey.
The Proteus can be used as a pocket attaching onto Maxpedition or PALS webbing with a pair of 5" TacTie (sold separately).
Main: 9" x
6" x 3"
our price pack only $60.00
The Maxpedition Proteus Versipack transforms from a self-contained buttpack into a hand-carried storage case in less than 5 seconds.
*Expert knowledge in the
science of hard-use nylon field gear engineering and fabrication.
Maxpedition extends a limited lifetime warranty covering ALL products against manufacture’s defects including flaws in materials and workmanship.
TWO WOLVES TESTED:
We took the Proteus hunting! Okay, I took the Proteus hunting. It had plenty of space for extra shells, skinning knife, bags, even a drink, energy bar and other emergency gear. It moved great with me, was well balanced and completely comfortable as I hiked to a hidey spot in a cedar thicket. That woodland camo Proteus is now my official outdoor pack. A khaki or black will be great for everyday use if I can just pick a color! The Maxpedition khaki has a chameleon quality that seems to blend into whatever color it is put next to... it may have been a better choice for hunting actually!
P.S. Two years later, my Maxpedition Proteus is still my favorite. It goes on day hikes and goes hunting these days. It also pulls double duty as my emergency go bag in my vehicle. It holds everything I need. My Nalgene bottle rides in a Maxpedition Mini-Rollypoly on the waist belt on one side with room for my M-2 and a sheathed fixed blade on the other and I am good to go whatever may come.