Vertx Gamut 2.0 "Real Review!" EDC Perfection?

Vertx Gamut 2.0 Backpack, Black

$214.99
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Features

  • Main compartment has adjustable padded laptop sleeve, four gear slots, two abrasion-resistant zippered mesh pockets and strategically located loop panels  and other hook and loop-compatible accessories
  • Zippered admin pocket with key lanyard near top of the bag / Main compartment opens 180° to easily load and access gear
  • Dual snaps on main compartment prevent it from opening more than desired and deter pilferage / Hot-Pull Tab can be set up for quick access to the main compartment
  • Zippered side compartments open toward the body for improved security and enable organization for your admin gear with total of two zippered mesh pockets and 7 drop-in pockets
  • 3-D molded foam back panel enhances airflow / Adjustable shoulder straps / Adjustable waist belt. Size-20.5 inches Height x 11.5 inches Width x 7.5 inchesDepth. Capacity: 25 liters

Vertx Gamut 2.0 Backpack, Canopy Green/Tropic Mc, Os

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Features

  • Mission-ready carry platform with loop lining and a Rapid Access Pull tab
  • Modular padded laptop sleeve in main compartment adjusts in size and position and adapts to become a print-proof protective scabbard for sensitive gear
  • Zippered side compartments open toward the body for improved security and enable organization for your admin gear with total of two zippered mesh pockets and 7 drop-in pockets
  • Hydration bladder compatible with dual hose pass-through ports
  • Accommodates up to 15" laptop

Vertx Ready Pack 2.0, It's Black, One Size

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Features

  • Imported
  • Mission-ready carry platform with loop lining and a Rapid Access Pull tab
  • Convertible front flap stows behind admin pocket to provide ready access to items mounted on MOLLE webbing and to rapidly change the bag’s appearance
  • Main compartment has a laptop sleeve, zippered abrasion-resistant mesh pocket, three gear slots and strategically-located loop panels for Tactigami
  • Adjustable waist belt tucks away when not in use

Vertx Gamut Checkpoint Backpack, Black

$206.99
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Features

  • Mission-ready carry platform with loop lining and a Rapid Access Pull tab
  • Hot-Pull Tab can be set up for quick access to the main compartment
  • Main compartment has adjustable padded laptop sleeve, three gear slots, one abrasion-resistant zippered mesh pocket and strategically located loop panels
  • Zippered side compartments open toward the body for improved security and provide storage for large water bottles or similar sized items
  • Accommodates up to 15” laptop

Vertx Gamut Overland Backpack, Sienna/Shock Cord, Brown

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Features

  • Main compartment has adjustable padded laptop sleeve, three gear slots, one abrasion-resistant zippered mesh pocket and strategically located loop panels and other hook and loop-compatible accessories
  • Admin compartment on top of the bag with abrasion-resistant and zippered mesh pocket and key lanyard / Main compartment opens 180° to easily load and access gear
  • Snaps on front flap zipper pulls prevent accidental opening and G-hooks straps enable front flap to convert to a sling / Stretch side pockets securely cinch water bottles or similarly-sized necessities
  • 3-D molded foam back panel enhances airflow and comfort / Multiple strategically-located and
  • Adjustable shoulder and sternum straps / Adjustable waist belt tucks away when not in use / Hydration bladder compatible with dual hose pass-through ports (not included)

With the sleek and trendy Vertx Gamut PDW Backpack, pack all your necessities and then some. These Backpacks from Vertx’s trendsetters feature a concealed carrying platform suitable for ballistic panel storage. For more ergonomic and supportive wear, the Vertx Gamut Tactical Backpack conforms to your body shape with a 3D molded back panel. The Vertx Gamut Hot-Pull Tab Backpack is suitable for on the go on the range or everywhere else in between, thanks to an endless variety of zippers, pockets, compartments, and more.

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43 Comments
  1. Always great when the creator has nice, stable volume, good camera angles, and gives useful info. Nice.

  2. Love your reviews and what you're about, but for everyone out there, it would be the stupidest of all stupid things to put a pistol in the back of a back pack that could be opened quickly from the rear… I hope this is self explanatory.

  3. Unbeatable review. I own this bag absolutely feel it is a user friendly pack. But enough about the bag,your review is awesome. I watched the review and learned a few things that I didn't even know and I use it every day. I hit the subscribed button and found the way you reviewed this pack is so informative. You hit point after point explained it and remained neutral and didn't crap on it or act as if the best thing ever like others because of the name. Keep up the excellent work and thank you for helping people not be disappointed or scammed into items that are new to them or being told that it's something more than it is.

  4. On those velcro squares you should put democrat slogans and anti gun slogans just to throw everyone off lol

  5. I'm torn between this and the ready pack 2.0. Great info but still torn. Thanks for the video.

  6. What do you consider the best civilian backpack, and what would you consider the best CCW pack?

  7. the most honest review of this bag I have seen – thank you

  8. I am looking at getting one but the amazon reviews say the backpack strap is super weak and rips easily. Do you see that as a problem? Love your review!

  9. Have you tried the nomatic bag? Seems comparable without the "concealed"part.

  10. $150-$200 for a booksack tho

  11. Great review, as usual. I'm torn between the Gamut 2.0 and the Evade 1.5. Help me decide, people!!!

  12. I definitely appreciate the review. It gives a real world outlook for this bag.

  13. George, at 5:50 when you start talking about the side pockets- having a pocket that only works well as long as the ones around it are empty is a hard fail and you are the ONLY person I've seen mention this! Why do bag makers create pockets that encroach into the space of other pockets?? Maxpedition is the same with my Entity. With some gusseting and blousing of material, or even a zipper that would allow a pocket to expand when needed, it would work a lot better. But yeah how in the world did the designers not see that this pocket will only work as long as those around it are empty.

  14. I've got one of the gamut plus packs and I love it. Great review man keep up the good work definitely gonna subscribe!!!

  15. The side pockets style of organization is a total deal breaker for me and I agree with you completely. I just wish they made a larger EDC Ready pack. I love the organization and features of that bag. I just need more space!

  16. Too bad their warranty is garbage! Awesome packs, but the warranty is an absolute JOKE! Plenty of other packs at this price range have unlimited lifetime warranties…you can buy a Badlands pack, and use it to pull your truck out of the ditch, and if you damage it, they replace it or fix it for free, and that is to ANYONE who ever owns the pack. Two year limited warranty and only to the original owner….crap warranty. I have used LOTS of brands of bags, and a lot of even good ones will tear and the seams will separate….so with a bad warranty and seams and zippers nowhere close to on par with Badlands, Kifaru, ect….I won’t ever be buying Vertex. I love the concept of a dedicated concealed carry bag, but I prefer to carry on body…and the bags I run and carry either pistol caliber carbines or SBRs, I will keep running the bags I don’t have to worry about damaging….maybe if they offered a good warranty, I would buy a few…but I am gonna have to pass because of the warranty alone.

  17. Great review George. Stay frosty – stay safe brother.

  18. People say if you cut and remove the retaining cord on the water battle holders it frees up a lot of space for larger battles

  19. Great channel and great review!

  20. To bad go front panel isn't all hook n loop

  21. I actually watched this after I received the bag. Right up there with review from LLOD. good work

  22. What kind of material on that grab handle?

  23. This is by far the best review in this bag. After watching I feel like I have enough information to make a decision.

  24. Just found this channel and it’s great. I really like how you go right into the materials of the bag and General to specific info. 👍🔥

  25. Can you review the 3V GEAR Parrtus 3-Day Operator's Pack?

  26. best bag review i have seen thanks

  27. Haven't seen your videos before but I have now subscribed! Great review! Thanks!

  28. Great review.. is there a dedicated pocket for body armor or do you just place it in the back zippered area? The original Gamut seemed to have a dedicated pouch for armor.

  29. Awesome review bro.
    Thank you very much

  30. Great review! I’m subscribing. I’m looking at the Vertx Gamut 2.0 or Maxpedition Entity 23. I would appreciate your thoughts on the two packs. Keep up the good work.

  31. When every reviewers talks about CCWs while everyone else outside America not allowed to have firearms…
    George:" The pack is designed for those who CCW however many used it for EDC with no CCW"

    That is why I LOVE your perspective on backpacks.

  32. The bag is excellent, however the main issue I have is the pockets under the bottle holders. It is more or less a one or the other scenario. If I have a decent sized water bottle in the bottle holder I can't use the pocket the way I would want to. I have more backpacks than any sane person should. The Vertx Gamut 2.0 is one of my favorites.

  33. Nalgene makes flexible water bottles and there are flask type water bottles that could allow for better utilization of the wing type pockets.

  34. Great review….I love my Gamut 2.0….I have also owned the Ready 2.0 and the 2 things that I didn't like on the Ready was that the water bottle pockets were too small for 32oz nalgene. Second, the hidden MOLLE compartment on the Gamut 2.0 is shallower than on the ready bag. I had to find a smaller pouch for my first aid kit, when I went to the Gamut 2.0. Still great bags, and an awesome review.

    How about a comparison between the GR1 25l and the Gamut 2.0!!???

  35. Hi from France! great review guy 👌

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