The Maxpedition Riftpoint is the baby brother of the Riftcore. The entire design looks a lot like the 23l Riftcore but is a little bigger, namely 15 litres. The Riftpoint is a top-quality tactical backpack. With its capacity of 15L it is perfect for day trips or commuting.
Striking about the Maxpedition Riftpoint is the amount of MOLLE/PALS mounting options. The front and sides contain many different loops to make sure there is always a way to hang your gear from the bag. Originally these loops were, of course, designed for soldiers, but survival, bushcraft and airsoft enthusiasts have also discovered the versatility of these systems. At the bottom of the bag you will also find two straps you can use to attach a jacket or sleeping bag.
There are multiple ways to adjust the straps to make carrying the Riftpoint as comfortable as possible. An adjustable chest strap is present. On the inside of the Maxpedition Riftpoint you will find many options to neatly organize your gear. Per compartments the options differ. In the front you will have enough room for smaller gear, further to the back you can store larger tools. On the front of the bag, at the top, you find a semi-hard closable compartment with soft lining. Perfect for sunglasses or a small camera.
As befits Maxpedition the Riftpoint is made from only the best materials. This bag will last a lifetime. The bag is mostly made from Cordura 500D Hex Ripstop and Cordura 1000D nylon. Somewhat waterproof and therefore suitable to withstand a light rain shower. Because of the Teflon treatment the bag is even better equipped against water and dirt. For the straps Maxpedition used seatbelt material. Rock-solid and comfortable on your skin.
Maxpedition AGR: Advanced Gear Research
For this AGR collection Maxpedition pulled out all stops with regards to product development. Moving forward from the Legacy collection, which put Maxpedition on the map, they looked at all aspects again. They took the type of zipper into account, the fabrics used, the material for clips and closures, the stitching: they did whatever they could to make these bags as reliable as possible.