5.11 Tactical PUSH (Practical Utility Shoulder Hold-all) Pack 56037
5.11 Tactical PUSH (Practical Utility Shoulder Hold-all) Pack 56037
5.11 Tactical PUSH (Practical Utility Shoulder Hold-all) Pack 56037
5.11 Tactical PUSH (Practical Utility Shoulder Hold-all) Pack 56037
5.11 Tactical PUSH (Practical Utility Shoulder Hold-all) Pack 56037
5.11 Tactical PUSH (Practical Utility Shoulder Hold-all) Pack 56037
5.11 Tactical PUSH (Practical Utility Shoulder Hold-all) Pack 56037

5.11 Tactical PUSH (Practical Utility Shoulder Hold-all) Pack 56037

SKU #: 511-56037
MSRP: $64.99
$59.99
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Description
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  • The Practical Utility Shoulder Hold, or PUSH™ Pack, is a full-featured messenger style bag that provides quick grab-and-go efficiency in any situation. Initially designed as a quick deployment solution or as a last minute bail-out bag from a vehicle, the 5.11® PUSH Pack is also prized by frequent travelers who need a reliable, lightweight carryall. The PUSH Pack features a roomy main compartment, two expandable side compartments, a TacTec System™ compatible covert pocket at the rear, and a fully adjustable padded shoulder strap. MOLLE/SlickStick System web gear slots lining the exterior allow quick and easy carry option customization, while hook and loop nametape and flag holders provide quick ID capability.

    Features:

  • Roomy main compartment
  • Dual expanding side pockets
  • Covert TacTec System compatible pocket
  • MOLLE/SlickStick web platform exterior
  • Fully adjustable padded strap

  • Specifications:

  • 1050D weather resistant nylon
  • 8.75” H x 7.75” L x 4” D main compartment
  • 1.31” x 7.75” x 3” top pocket
  • 7.75” x 4” x 1.5” left and right side pockets
  • 395 cubic inch / 6 liter total capacity
  • Removable strap padding
  • Hook and loop nametape and flag patches
  • Aero foam back padding for comfort
  • Reviews
    4.6
    14 Reviews
    5
    64% (9)
    4
    29% (4)
    3
    7% (1)
    2
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    64% Recommend this product (9 of 14 responses)
    By Chris
    North Carolina
    November 18, 2015
    Good pack for carry
    Nice construction, quality zippers and distributes weight evenly.
    ProsQuality craftsmanship Easy to carry
    ConsCould be a little bigger Inclusion of holster would be a plus
    By Glen Campbell
    Portland Oregon
    August 26, 2015
    Really Great everyday go bag!!!
    I have a number of like day bags. I really like this bag because of its weight and flat style. It sits better on my hip, out of the way and is much easier to access. The water bottle pouch is easier to use. The "volume" of this bag is more appropriate for everyday use. I recommend this bag for everyone who finds other bags a little too structured and bulky. The only feature I would change is smaller "wings" on the shoulder strap at the bag. Makes the bag look more bulky than it is.
    By DocRoot1
    Oceqnside, California
    April 1, 2015
    Solid product.
    5.11 quality as expected. Great piece of gear. Very satisfied.
    By brodco@hotmail.com
    Calexico, CA
    March 12, 2015
    THE VERY BEST PUSH PACK
    THE ONE PUSH THAT RIGHT FOR THE JOB
    ProsSIZE COLOR TEXTURE
    ConsPRICE
    By robert guerra
    United States mass
    February 26, 2015
    great bag
    Nice bag just what I was looking for to take to gun shows to pack stuff I buy in it
    By Joel
    Texas
    November 1, 2014
    Almost awesome, but still good
    I use this bag routinely at work. Carry a lot of gear, equipment, supplies, etc. The bag is roomy and comfortable. I use the LAPG bail out bag for a lot of things, but the contoured sling to this bag means it goes where I go with no problems. Both bags together are awesome. My one complaint is the quick release buckle. It comes loose on it's own if the bag is fully loaded. The buckle is a large buckle and should hold the weight for it's size but doesn't (the plastic warps too easily, likely from the gear bag being in my unit in the Texas sun).
    ProsRoomy, functional, practical. Got the red EMT version so it can help with visiblilty on the roadway.
    ConsQuick release buckle is weak and can come loose unexpectedly. Had to rebend and unwarp the buckle, probably need to replace the buckle itselt. The main flap can allow stuff to fall out if your bag falls over.
    By greg
    APO, AP
    May 25, 2014
    Love this bag
    This bag was everything we wanted for a camera, or quick to-go pack. Camera bags cost about the same, but are not near the quality of the Push pack. Quality is awesome! Standard build from 5.11. Fits our Cannon Rebel just fine with room to spare. The other pockets hold my keys, wallet, phone, extra SD cards, cleaning supplies and some snacks.
    By Kahakauwila
    Rancho Cordova, CA
    January 3, 2014
    Great little bag
    I use it as my sons diaper bag and to carry my piece. Works great!
    By Anthony Mac
    Seattle
    December 4, 2013
    Outstanding for EDC
    Been using this bag for the past two weeks and by far is the most comfortable shouldered sling bag I've ever worn. Holds all my EDC items that I haul to and around work. I carry my Sig Scorpian Carry 1911 in the concealed compartment with no issues. I also slapped some Velcro on the back of my kydex holster with tac light and mounted it inside and fits perfectly. Does not bulge. We'll worth the money.
    ProsComfortable. Conceal carry. Enough space for EDC items. Doesn't appear too "tacticool" and attrack a lot of attention.
    ConsNone. So far.
    By M
    Middle East
    April 29, 2013
    Excellent product
    The PUSH Pack is an outstanding product of highest-end construction that integrates seamlessly with military-issue equipment. True, there are a few design problems, mostly involving pen sleeves too short to fit pens and a few pockets that don't have closures. But with some creative gear adaptation, these problems can easily be overcome and are immediately forgotten. Well worth the money. Tip: When you add a small foam panel to the base of the PUSH Pack's main section (taken, for example, from inside a traditional camera bag with movable velcro dividers), this pack can easily be transformed into a low-profile camera bag that can easily fit a DSLR with grip.
    By TC
    Southern California
    April 28, 2013
    Useful Item
    Well-made, as are most of 5.11's products. Comfortable to wear for long periods of time. Nice that it has two water bottle pockets on the sides. Like other reviews I have read on the PUSH, the pen/pencil slots are too shallow. Bad design here, especially since there was plenty of room to make them deeper. I took care of this flaw by cutting the seam open at the bottom of the slots.
    By shane
    oregon
    April 14, 2013
    good carry on
    good bag for travel carry on. holds just enough to work as a every day travel bag
    By Jon Mora
    Guam
    March 18, 2013
    5.11 Tactical Push
    Just got my package in today. overall very well put together. cant wait to field test it.
    By John
    Georgetown, TX
    January 17, 2013
    Good Bag w/Shortcomings
    Well constructed bag as all 5.11 stuff is. Was not what I was expecting though. The large front compartment doesn't seal at all. If you don't stuff it full and expand the sides of the pocket, stuff is going to fall out. I would have expected a better design from 5.11.
    Q&A
    10 Questions & 21 Answers
    Fred
    from Chicago asked:
    January 7, 2016
    Can a DSLR fit nicely into this? Does it have paddings or enough protection for a DSLR?
    3 Answers
    It can probably fit a smaller DSLR with a lense. I did have my point and shoot Olympus tough camera in it and my Go Pro with accessories for both. I would think the smaller DSLR would fit in the main compartment. It doesn't stretch all that much though but has a decent amount of room. As for padding in the bag there isn't any. For a small size though it does hold a decent amount of stuff.
    Glenn
    on February 2, 2016
    from Astoria, New York
    Yes, a DSLR would fit in the main compartment. However, the bottom of the bag would have to be padded as well as padding placed in the concealment pouch also located inside the main compartment. I believe this could be done utilizing egg crate or standard foam padding and provide ample protection for the camera and lense. That is as long as it is not in a high stress situation.
    John
    on February 2, 2016
    from San Tan Vly, AZ
    yes i think a typical dslr would fit, you would probably want to remove the lens assy and keep the caps all in place. the camera and a couple of lenses would likely be about it though. it would be great for touristy kind of things, but i wouldnt trust my sensitive equipment in a LE or tactical situation. its a great product for everyday use for almost anything else. Cant beat a camera case but the dont look as cool.
    jerry
    on February 8, 2016
    from atlanta, KS

    Tracie
    from Michigan asked:
    December 29, 2015
    I know black and khaki are neutral unisex colors, but do you know if there will be other colors available soon? Burgundy or chocolate brown would be nice. JC Thanks
    1 Answers
    That would have to be something you request through 5.11 directly. Here's their contact info - http://www.511tactical.com/customer-service/contact/
    Customer Service
    on January 21, 2016

    fire53
    from Jackson, Tennessee asked:
    November 8, 2014
    is it able to be carried on both left and right side?
    8 Answers
    Yes. Since I am right handed I have never tried it on the left, but it seems like it wouldn't be an issue.
    Leon A
    on November 10, 2014
    from Wichita, KS
    Yes. I've used this product now since game season opened and have had no issues with wearing it on either side.
    Jearman
    on November 10, 2014
    from Savannah
    Although I carry it primarily on the left side. Yes, it can be carried on both left and right side
    Roderick
    on November 10, 2014
    from Clinton, MS
    It can be, but I carry it on my right side, for my comfort. I use this as my EDC (every day carry) I carry freeze dried food and a small surgical set in it and many other things as well.
    William
    on November 10, 2014
    from Texas
    It can for sure, but is set up for left sided carry. Thebiggest change would be if you want to use the molle attachment at the base of the strap, it would be to the rear.
    Michael
    on November 11, 2014
    from North Bend, WA
    Yes, it able to be worn on either shoulder.
    Merrick Johnson
    on November 11, 2014
    from NSB, FL
    Yes it is, I swap it from side to side all the time... The fit is a little different because of the way it's cut. But all fine.
    Gary
    on November 12, 2014
    from NC
    Yeah it can be conforcomfortably worn left or right side. I'm right handed and wear it on one side my partner is left handed and wears it on the other. After a year of use by each no comfort issues.
    Jared
    on November 13, 2014
    from Roanoke, Texas

    Flex
    from Leavenworth, KS asked:
    June 4, 2014
    Any chance you guys are in the process of making a larger one, 11"W x 5"D x 11"H?
    1 Answers
    at this time we do not show that 5.11 has any current production plans for a larger model of this item
    Customer Service
    on June 4, 2014

    Lisa
    from Chicago, Illinois asked:
    May 8, 2014
    What are the internal dimensions?
    2 Answers
    It is 8" W x 3"D x 8"H. I used it yesterday at Disney and it was awesome. Light and comfortable and enough space for water bottles and snacks for kids.
    Merrick
    on May 11, 2014
    from FL
    The main compartment is approximately 8" (side to side) x 9" (top to bottom) x 4" (front to back). Hope this helps.
    Thomas
    on May 16, 2014
    from Houston, TX

    Roger Evans
    from coastalwd@yahoo.com asked:
    October 3, 2013
    will this bag hold a Gov. 1911 and does is come with a holster for inside the bag? if not where can I find one
    2 Answers
    It has plenty of room for a full-sized 1911. Mine easily fit in muzzle down. Regarding a holster, you will likely have to get creative with Velcro or you could get a cheap holster and affix it inside.
    Jon
    on October 3, 2013
    from Ardmore, OK
    511 does have a hook and loop holster pouch that fits in the bag for $18.39
    John
    on February 26, 2015
    from Virginia

    Jake
    February 23, 2013
    Does it have good closing straps or velcrow and does it scream military or police or is it just a nice tactical lookin bag ?
    1 Answers
    The closing strap uses a buckle so there will be no worry of it coming undone. It does not look like a military/police bag but if someone knows the 5.11 brand, they might be able to figure out it is a tactical bag since the 5.11 logo is on the front.
    on February 23, 2013

    Ed Fielding
    February 1, 2013
    WHY in the world would you make a "private" video, then put it out on your website to demonstrate this bag??
    1 Answers
    The video on the product page is not from our YouTube channel. At the time we put the video up, it was not private. We are unaware of why 5.11 decided to make the video private but we will take it off the page.
    on February 1, 2013

    Gary
    November 24, 2012
    Is it waterproof or water resistant?
    1 Answers
    This is what i would call HIGHLY water resistant. Water will leak through eventually though.
    on November 24, 2012

    Amin
    November 21, 2012
    Will an IPad fit in this bag?
    1 Answers
    An iPad will fit in this bag, but unless you have a case for it, it won't be very well protected.
    on November 21, 2012

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