Hazard 4 SecondFront Rotatable Backpack
Hazard 4 SecondFront Rotatable Backpack
Hazard 4 SecondFront Rotatable Backpack

Hazard 4 SecondFront Rotatable Backpack

MSRP: $189.99
The backpack version of our versatile Switchback™ bag, this unique pro-quality bag has generous size to accommodate laptops in its padded retainer, yet is nimble enough to be rotated from back to chest. Common to all our slings, such as the Evac™ series, this maneuver gives on-the-go access to frequently used gear while carrying heavier loads on the back the rest of the time. It's also more secure in crowds etc., since you can keep it in sight and allows users to sit back in tight quarters such as ski lifts, or in vehicle interiors, etc. The generously padded and ventilated shoulder straps are also ergonomically cut for hours of comfortable wear per day, and it is covered in modular (MOLLE compatible) webbing to attach pouches for phones, etc. at hand's reach. Generous side modular webbing provides lots of expansion options and the thermoformed best-in-class moulded back panel provides variable rigidity, air ventilation, and a durable surface. A drop-down fast access gear organizer can also hold an iPad® sized tablet like a shelf and the main compartment is lined in hook and loop like fuzz for attaching dividers, patches or Hazard 4® holsters. A removable delta-retainer is included for keeping bottles and similar objects inside the side pockets of the Second Front™. Wherever and however hard core your work or play, the Second Front's got your back, and your front.


  • backpack version of our Switchback™ front-to-back sling pack
  • thermoform back & easy access when swung to user's chest
  • multiple modular/MOLLE expansion options
  • drop-down organizer/work surface on front with iPad® window
  • wide-format & padded carrier fits most 17” laptops
  • if your laptop is too big for the back pocket, it makes a great home for our new multi-bag-compatible Cartridge™ padded laptop sleeve insert that clips securely to loops inside the floor
  • 3-D air-mesh material on underside of straps for comfort
  • hydration back-pocket (for bladders up to 100 Oz./3L)
  • trap-door for hydration-hose w/o sharp hook and loop edges
  • flat zip-pocket on front w/ hook and loop panel area above
  • large grab-handles for carrying or pulling to chest/back
  • internal mesh zip/elastic pockets for organizing items
  • high-quality 3D Hazard 4® logo in subdued black or coyote
  • large, locking buckle on waist belt for rapid drops
  • compression-straps (which also secure tubular items)
  • folding-stock rifles/submachineguns w/ short barrels like H&K G36C and UMP fit in the main compartment
  • Reviews
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    By Brandon
    San Diego
    April 24, 2014
    Smaller than you think
    This bag is pretty much an over built 12 hour bag. I've been using it for about 4 months now and have taken it hiking, work and back, and the zoo and Disneyland several times. You cannot fit more than one sweater in it plus a few baby items like food or diapers. I would never keep my iPad in the sling down pocket. Ever. It's also hard to find pouches that fit and function properly on the front of the pack since all the molle is sideways. But the bag is well built and well stitched together. Which is great if San Diego turned into a war zone , and I'm sliding under fences , jumping over cars, and saving people from burning houses. And this bag is not made in merica. But it's well built.
    3 Questions & 7 Answers
    from LA Ca. asked:
    March 5, 2014
    Is the waist belt removable?
    5 Answers
    No, its fixed
    on March 6, 2014
    from Providence, RI
    Sadly, no... Its permanently attached.
    on March 6, 2014
    from Jersey City, NJ
    The waist strap is not removable
    on March 6, 2014
    from New Bedford, MA
    No it is not, it is sewed onto the body of the pack.
    on March 6, 2014
    from Arena, WI
    Hello, The waist belt is not removable nor is there a pocket to store them in.
    on March 6, 2014
    from CAA

    Beto van Beethoven
    from Fairfax, VA asked:
    February 25, 2014
    Hi, is this item made in the US? Thank you!
    1 Answers
    This item is made overseas in china.
    Customer Service
    on February 25, 2014

    Guy Merillo
    from Australia asked:
    February 12, 2014
    Hi,just want to check this item is in stock ready to ship. Thanks
    1 Answers
    at this time yes we do show that this item is in stock ready for shipment.
    Customer Service
    on February 13, 2014

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