LBT-1547A Jumpable Ranger Backpack, Olive Drab

(description copied from archived webstore, 2005 ver.)

Standard issue to the U.S. Army’s 75th Ranger Regiment, this pack has a total carrying capacity of approximately 3,000 cubic inches. Constructed using 1000 denier Dupont© CORDURA©, the pack features: external portable radio and three pop flare pouches, internal securing harness for communications gear, internal hydration bladder pouch, heavily padded adjustable shoulder straps, adjustable waist strap, heavily padded back surface and heavy duty carry handle. Type 8 nylon webbing is used for parachute harness attachment webbing. This pack was originally designed by LBT in 1995 at the request of the 75th Rangers. Since then, we have made several thousand; some of the original ones are actually still in service. These packs are usually used in airborne combat light operations by RTOs, but all Rangers use them due to their exceptional design and quality.


  • 1000 denier Dupont CORDURA
  • Current issue to the 75th Rangers
  • Approximately 3000 cubic inch capacity
  • Shoulder straps padded with 3/8″ closed cell foam with load levelers
  • Heavy duty carry handle
  • Covered antenna ports on each side of handle
  • Adjustable waist strap
  • Heavily padded back
  • Outside pockets for three parachute flares
  • Outside pouch for carrying SABRE-style radio
  • Type 8 webbing for attaching to parachute harness
  • Securing harness, inside main compartment, for carrying communication gear
  • Pocket for carrying hydration bladder
  • ALICE clip attach webbing on face
  • NSN: 8465-01-511-4714
Brand London Bridge Trading
Item Name Ranger Backpack, Jumpable
Color Olive Drab
Part Number LBT-1547A
Date 2010
Reference Link (Outdated)

ALICE clip attach webbing on face

Shoulder straps with load levelers

Right section: one pop flare pouch and one SABRE-style radio pouch

Left section: two pop flare pouch


Heavy duty handle and three covered ports on the top for antennas on the top

Inner side security harness for communication gear

Parachute harness attaching webbing