One of the things you do when you have to move from one place to another is schlep gear around. Sometimes this is a pain in the ass, especially if you don't have the right way to do it.
Enter the GORUCK Kitbag.
Based on the aviator’s kit bag, GORUCK's version comes in two flavors, the Mil Kitbag and the Civvy Kitbag. The Mil is bigger (84 liters) than the Civvy (57 liters), however the rest of the features are the same. They also have a small 32L kitbag, geared towards day trips and packing light.
This is a way to transport your gear from point A to point B with a bag that is built to the highest standards of durability. Of course, like all GORUCK gear, it is built right here in the United States. The Civvy is big enough to carry a lot of stuff while still trim enough to be carry-on compatible. The Mil is huge. I packed a lot of gear, including a GORUCK GR1, combat pants, shirts, jackets and boots, communication gear, magazines, spare batteries, laptop and other digital gear and it still have enough room for more. Of course, you need to know how to pack...