When the public gets its hands on military stuff, it's generally been toned down, except for Sgt. Slaughter. That dude is cut! Bringing actually soldier-grade rucksacks to the civvy market, GoRuck.
Just now storming Old City, Ruck's a new line of backpacks designed by a former Green Beret who, unable to find the unflappably rugged gear he was used to, sketched some rough designs on napkins and set out to make the most durable bags anywhere, field testing them by packing them with bricks and entering the borderline-psychotic Tough Mudder endurance run in the Poconos -- proving that the bags can withstand mud, water, heat, and fire, although the jury's out on heart, because no one invited the guy with the monkey. All sacks're made from 1000D cordura (a weatherproof nylon resistant to all tearing and abrasion), are warrantied for life, and feature rows of fabric loops for clipping or sliding things, a padded back, and a super-reinforced internal chamber where you can store a Camelbak-type hydration bag or "securely take a laptop into combat", great for when you've gotta secure checkpoint lambda and the Tompkins account in the same afternoon. The smaller GR Echo gets a main compartment separate from the hydro/laptop one with two internal pockets and a mesh sleeve, while the full-size GR 2 adds colored zippers on its internal pockets so you can remember what's where; along with the mid-size GR 1, it's got main compartments that benefit from a 180-degree hinge to open like a clamshell, so it'll be doubly hilarious when you fill that thing with clams.
Future plans include a fourth pack and the option to go with colors other than black, while other stuff available now include reverse-US-flag patches with red, yellow, or black stripes and the GR TAC, a cap made with the same fabric as the bags and a super-high-strength mesh -- also the only fabric strong enough to contain Sgt. Slaughter's rippling pecs when he's toning up. Damn, Slaughter, is that 185?!?
Check out the full line at sugarcube