GoRuck is a community favorite. They are well known for their tough packs and even tougher events that come from a solid foundation within the Army Special Forces community. Their packs are well known to be robust, well built, and to the point. The Claymore Sling, however, is a bit of a change from GoRuck
Jon Custis weighs in.
Jeff takes a look at the GORUCK GR3 for one-bag travel and gear hauling.
GORUCK is an infamous name in the bag community. Bring it up and you’ll have flocks of enthusiasts at your door to sing the good word of GORUCK. You’ll see this with some other makers, enthusiasts and critics included, but it’s few and far in between. It’s rare to see this kind of emotion behind
GORUCK among the best known companies in the bag world. Their founder, Jason McCarthy, formed the idea of the original GORUCK bag while he was a Green Beret, making bags for those that put themselves in harm’s way. He took that original work and built a successful business with a modern-iconic line of bags and
Tom from Pack Hacker shares his thoughts on living out of a GORUCK GR2…