The Maxpedition Tiburon is a high quality tactical backpack. With a capacity of 34L, it is suitable for day trips or a weekend break. It can hold a laptop of up to 15.4" and also has a compartment that fits a tablet. It also has a compartment and feed-through for a drinking system (not included).
A striking feature of the Maxpedition Tiburon is the number of MOLLE/PALS mounting options. The front and sides are enhanced with many different loops so there is always a way to hang your gear on the bag. Originally these loops were of course designed for use by the military, but also survivalists, bushcrafters and airsofters have discovered the versatility of these systems.
The Maxpedition Tiburon has a few cleverly positioned compression straps. This will make the bag as big or small as needed. To prevent them from dangling in your way when you're not using them, Maxpedition has provided a small storage compartment per strap to tuck them aside. At the bottom of the bag you will find two straps which you can use to hang a sleeping bag or jacket on the bottom of the bag.
There are numerous adjustment options available to make wearing the Tiburon as comfortable as possible. An adjustable chest strap and hip strap are both available. But quite unique for a backpack in this performance class is the presence of the load balancers at the top of the shoulder straps. This allows you to pull the weight at the top of the backpack even closer to you, making it even more comfortable to carry. Especially on long walks you will notice the advantages of this.
Inside the Maxpedition Tiburon you will find many possibilities to organize your stuff. The possibilities differ per compartment. In the front you have room for smaller items, further back in the bag there are possibilities to organize larger items.
As you are used to from Maxpedition, the Tiburon is also made of the very best materials. This bag will last a lifetime. Mainly Cordura 500D Hex Ripstop and Cordura 1000D nylon have been used. Slightly waterproof and therefore suitable to withstand a light downpour. A Teflon treatment makes the bag even more resistant to water and dirt. Maxpedition used seat belt material for the straps. Super strong and comfortable on the skin.
Maxpedition AGR: Advanced Gear Research
Maxpedition has pulled out all the stops in product development for this AGR series. From the Legacy series, which put Maxpedition on the map, they have re-examined every aspect. They took a good look at the type of zippers, the fabrics used, the material for clips and closures, the stitching: really everything has been done to make these bags as qualitative and reliable as possible.