Preview: Full Forge Gear Hurricane

posted on February 19, 2023
Full Forge Gear Hurricane

The lightweight but durable Hurricane is Full Forge Gear’s one-day backpack. With a storage capacity of roughly 1,850 cubic inches, the economical pack is equally suited for either a trip to the range or a morning hiking the trails.

Available in either black or tan, the Hurricane is built of water-resistant 600-denier polyester fabric with a 210-denier lining, while padded shoulder straps and a buckled waistband ensure comfort, and a multitude of both internal and external zippered pockets help keep items organized. Several rows of MOLLE webbing on the front of the pack also make possible the attachment of accessory pouches for even more storage.

Suggested retail pricing is set at $59. For more information, please visit


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