Hazard 4 EVAC Review, Pros and Cons

Hazard 4 EVAC is rated 4.53 based on 284 reviews

Feature Summary

HAZARD 4 Evac Holmes Lumbar/Chest Sling with Side Shells, Coyote
  • Rotates around the large padded strap from lumbar area to chest; 2x protective, Padded pods (one on each side)
  • Large front pocket with organizer for pens, knives, small tools, etc.; front Velcro patch area and modular webbing (mole)
  • Padded rear area for fast access to tablets, netbooks, etc.; fuzzy-lined inside edges for attaching holsters/patches, etc.
  • External size: ~15" L x 8.7" W x 5.1" W (38 x 22 x 13 cm); what's included: 1x 1" Stabilizer strap
  • Main material: in vista(r) 1000D corduroy

Reviews Summary

Here’s what the reviewers think about the Hazard 4 EVAC:

Reviewers like these things about the Hazard 4 EVAC

  • According to users, the Hazard 4 EVAC pack was a single strap design instead of a two-strap backpack.
  • Reviewers noted that it is slimmer and more comfortable to get in and out of tight spaces.
  • Testers said that it holds enough supplies to get out of trouble and back home.
  • Testers found out that it has MOLLE straps that can shake a stick at.
  • Other testers discovered that the pack strap end user can choose to which side the bottom attaches to accommodate the shoulder that’ll be used to carry it and make the bag carry more comfortably.
  • Reviewers noted that its strap can rotate quickly around the body to access the gear without having to take it off.
  • Reviewers pointed out the presence of some soft spongy panels on the back that not only keep the equipment from digging into the body, but also keep the air flowing across the back.
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  • Several testers also indicated that the large compartment in this bag is one continuous space.
  • Several users noted the presence of its main front pouch that is a monster that has more than enough room to comfortably fit a P226 Mk25 plus ammo.
  • Other reviewers also found that the bag has a compartment for a water bladder for hydration and more mesh pockets for various and sundry items.
  • Users discovered that the bag’s foam dividers grab onto the felt sides with velcro and keep everything more or less separated.

Reviewers don’t like these things

  • A reviewer thought that the bag is not long enough.
  • A tester said that the bag is not exactly a complete solution.

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