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Kit Up Editors Pick: The LBT Load Out Bag. AKA "The Coffin"

LBT Load-out bag

Ok, first off, London Bridge Trading Company is a great company and most of their stuff (have to be honest here) is made in the USA.  Loren is the COO of LBT, is a solid dude and also a former Command Sergeant Major. I first met him out in VA Beach a few years back working with a company I'm a partner with a company called Neptunic Technologies.  We were talking textiles and we hit it off right away over beers.  It's always nice to see a guy with operational experience at the helm of a company like this.  Before I met Loren, I was a big fan of LBT and all that they make.  I've told the story a few times, about replacing my failing Blackhawk pouches (a warranty doesn't mean crap in the field) with 200 round M-60 pouches from LBT and they never let me down...and believe me, I punished them.  I eventually rocked a complete set of LBT M-60 H-Gear and somehow throughout the years loaned it out (I'll get it back eventually Johnny!) and never got it back.  That set of H-Gear has more combat experience than most guys can claim.

In coyote brown

Anyway, this bag is a personal favorite of mine and essential for any operator on the move,  the traveling contractor, serial killer (j/k) or that big family camping trip!


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General Features

  • Overall dimensions: 30"L x 20"W x 13"H
  • Volume: 7,920 cubic inches
  • Wheels at base of bag facilitate transport
  • Reinforced kydex bottom offers additional strength and durability
  • Extendable wrap-around carry handles convert to shoulder or pack straps
  • Internal compression straps secure contents
  • Document window on face of bag measures 12" x 9"
  • Additional document windows on each end measure 8.5" x 5"
  • Interior features 6 mesh pockets
  • External pocket extends the length of bag; measurements: 28"L x 2"W x 12"H
  • Two smaller external pockets on opposite side; measurements: 13"L x 2"W x 12"H
  • Weight: 13 lbs
Materials / Construction
  • 1000 denier Dupont Cordura
  • MIL-SPEC nylon webbing
  • Type "E" Thread (VT 295 nylon, bonded), double stitched and bar-tacked at stress points
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