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VIDEO Review: GoRuck GR0 and GR1 Packs

Contributor Michael Frisina takes a closer look at the GoRuck GR0 and GR1 packs in this video review …

GoRuck GR1 Ranger GreenThe GoRuck GR1 holds 26 liters of gear and is the original rucksack created by GoRuck. Manufactured using 1000 Denier CORDURA, the pack’s stress points are strength tested at over 400 pounds. It holds up to a 17″ MacBook Pro, measures 12″ W x 20″ H x 6.75″ D, and weighs 3.2 pounds. The GR1 is currently available in Black, Java, or Ranger Green and retails for $295.

GoRuck GR0 BlackThe GoRuck GR0 holds 21 liters and is made from the same material as the GR1. It is slightly smaller at 11.5″ W x 17.5″ H x 5.5″ D and will hold up to a 15″ MacBook Pro. Currently Available in Black, Black with Red, or Java, the GR0 weighs 2.9 pounds and retails for $275.

For more information about GoRuck, and to see their complete line of packs and accessories, visit the GoRuck website.

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Michael is a true GearJunkie at heart. Growing up across the United States, he has experienced a wide birth of outdoor environments and climates. His passion for all things gear and the outdoors began at an early age in Boy Scouts, which continued with an enlistment in the U.S. Army after high school. Moving into the civilian world, Michael’s career as a Quality Control Specialist has helped him develop a keen sense of detail that has translated into a driving passion for the highest quality equipment and the yearning to push it to its limits. Utilizing social media and both web and mobile technologies to build digital communities, Michael is the founder of the Facebook groups TADjunkies and GearJunkies. You can also find his his reviews on firearms, knives, and various outdoor gear on his YouTube Channel (SouthCarolinaMike). When not involved on the interwebs or stress testing new kit, you can find him working on his FJ Cruiser build, savoring a fine cigar, or engaged in enthralling conversation with fellow enthusiasts.

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