Based on 53 reviews
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- Great for carrying heavy weight
- Durable and tough
- Comfortable to carry for long periods of time
- Good for carrying a laptop or tablet
- Not good for backpacking
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GORUCK GR2 Review (One Year Test) | Pack Hacker
If you’re looking for a (nearly) bomb proof bag and have no problem acquiring heavier weight for a nearly indestructible bag, the GORUCK GR2 is a good option for you. If you’re looking for an even larger one, check out our thoughts on the GR3.
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Long Term Use Goruck Gear Review
I am also somewhat shocked they have not targeted the dog walker community a bit more as anyone walking a dog should just go ahead and throw a ruck on (every calorie counts). In conclusion, thanks for reading my review!
GORUCK X Carryology Dynema Pack
Except when we travel and use our GR2s, I only use my v1 Rucker for EDC (I prefer chucking my work laptop in the main compartment rather than fussing with a separate zippered compartment) and my wife uses her GR1. They are great and broken in nicely and we have no need for other bags. Other than damaging my wife's clothing, we have no complaints.
Bullet or Rucker 3.0?
But between the Rucker and Bullet, I would come down on whatever you think you might additionally use the bag for. The Rucker would be great if you plan to do more exercise with it. The Bullet makes for a great day bag to pack when traveling.