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2015 Camelbak H.A.W.G. Mil Tac

Discussion in 'Gear Reviews' started by Southpaw, Aug 29, 2015.

  1. JPO

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    Thanks! I may use the three loops inside for this. I also think it would give it a lot more support .[​IMG]


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  2. Scoman

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    Always thought the HAWG was a great pack and very underrated. I owned three before heading over to Kifaru.
     
  3. Bobby Leang

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    Any updates on the 2015 after all these years? Likes, dislikes, comments?
     
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    An informative a well read review. This is high on my list. Thanks
     
  5. MCPOWoller

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    I love everything about my pre-2015 Mil Tac HAWG except the width of the shoulder straps. For some reason they aren't as comfortable as my Blackhawk 3 day assault. The new HAWG has the same shoulder straps.
     
  6. Byfrost

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    Quick question for owners of the latest Camelbak H.A.W.G (Black Color Style Number #62595)

    Are your MilTac H.A.W.G bags Made in the Philippines or Mexico? I've seen a few Made in the Mexico, and the one I've seen is made in Philippines. Did they somehow moved production in between?
     
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  7. Bobby Leang

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    From all my packs, 1000d and the two different 500d before 2013 were made in the Philippines. 2013 is assembled in the US, and the 2015 is Mexico. Haven't seen the 2015 back in the Philippines.
     
  8. Byfrost

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    Thanks for the reply. Here it goes, some photos of the 2015 MilTac H.A.W.G. (Style Number #62595) in Singapore store.

    To clarify, the Made in Mexico version of the 2015 MilTac H.A.W.G. was spotted on a YouTube un-boxing video, that caught my attention. I can confirm that it is also the same Style Number #62595 version as well in the video.

    I hope to hear from more people here, just to be sure.

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  9. Bobby Leang

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    I'm too lazy to post the image, but the one I have (which is brand new with tags) is the same part number: 62595, but made in Mexico with US and Imported Components. Mine is fairly new, shipped directly from Camelbak 8/28/17.
     
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  10. Bobby Leang

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    Knowing that Camelbak has historically made things in the Philippines, it's not outside of the imagination that they use their PA factories to fulfill orders in Asia.
     
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  11. Byfrost

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    That helps! Thanks for your input Bobby.
     
  12. Byfrost

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    Quick update

    I managed to get the Assembled in Mexico version of the Camelbak H.A.W.G (Style Version # 62595) in Singapore! Lucky me.

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