The Wisport ZipperFox 40 Military Backpack is a versatile and durable multi-purpose backpack designed for outdoor activities such as hiking and trekking, and for professional users such as military, civil protection and paramedics who need good organisation of their equipment for their work.

Why is Wisport ZipperFox 40 the best backpack for gear organisation

When you’re looking for a backpack that’s perfect for organising a variety of professional or civilian gear, the Wisport ZipperFox 40 multi-purpose backpack is a top candidate. This military backpack is designed with precision and practicality and offers a range of features to meet the needs of outdoor enthusiasts, military personnel and anyone who needs a highly organised and reliable storage solution.

The Wisport ZipperFox 40 military backpack is very versatile

The main advantages of the Wisport ZipperFox 40

Innovative Design and Structure

The Wisport ZipperFox 40 is crafted with an innovative design that prioritizes organization and accessibility. The backpack features a spacious main compartment with multiple internal pockets and dividers. These compartments are strategically placed to ensure that your gear remains organized and easily accessible, reducing the time spent searching for items.

Durable and High-Quality Materials

Durability is a feature of the Wisport ZipperFox 40. Wisport made the backpack from durable Cordura fabric and is designed to withstand harsh conditions and heavy use. The zippers are equally durable, ensuring that they will withstand frequent use without failing or tearing. Durability is key for outdoor adventures where reliability is not an issue.

MOLLE System for Customization

One of the outstanding features of the ZipperFox 40 is the integration of the MOLLE (Modular Lightweight Load-carrying Equipment) system, which allows users to externally attach additional pouches and accessories. This allows users to tailor the backpack to their specific needs. The MOLLE system provides unparalleled versatility, no matter what you are carrying. Whether it’s medical devices, tools, extra hydration packs, or strapping on a helmet, a snowshoe or an extra pair of boots

Comfort and ergonomic design

Carrying a fully loaded backpack can be a challenge, but the Wisport ZipperFox 40 is designed with comfort in mind. It has a well-padded back panel and shoulder straps that distribute the weight evenly and reduce strain during long hikes. The ergonomic design ensures that the backpack adapts to the user’s body, increasing comfort and stability. The manufacturer padded hip belt and made it removable, as well as equipped with MOLLE/PALS straps. You can attach a pouch to it to store your essentials, phone, documents and keep them close at hand at all times.

Padded back
Innovative design
The hip belt is padded and removable


Accessibility is a key factor for the efficient organisation of equipment. The ZipperFox 40 military backpack offers comprehensive access points, including a full-length zipper that fully opens the main compartment. The main advantage is the opening of the main compartment with inverted ‘U’ shaped zippers, allowing quick and easy access from the top and sides at the same time. This feature allows users to pack and retrieve items without disturbing the overall organisation. In addition, external pockets allow quick access to important items.

Main compartment opening with inverted ‘U’ shaped zippers

Hydration system compatibility

Staying hydrated is crucial for all outdoor activities. The ZipperFox 40 backpack is compatible with hydration systems or water bladders as it has an internal sleeve for a hydration bladder and a special opening for a drinking tube. This integration ensures that you can carry water comfortably without compromising space or organisation.

Multi-purpose use

Although the ZipperFox 40 is ideal for military and tactical use, its versatility extends to other areas. It’s great for hiking, camping and even for urban use and short trips or business trips. The various compartments can be used to organise everything from hiking gear, climbing gear and accessories, outdoor survival gear, to everyday items, making it a versatile choice for a variety of scenarios.

Zipperfox 40 is great option for hiking and bushcraft
Multicam color option in the outdoors

Civil use

Although at first glance you might think of the Zipperfox 40 as a backpack designed primarily for outdoor activities, I can tell you for sure that it is much more than that. It is extremely multifunctional. If you fly as often as I do for work, you’ll enjoy the practicality of this backpack for quick trips between airport terminals, and you’ll appreciate the side access to the contents of the main compartment, where you can easily store your 15.6-inch laptop. And you’ll be able to store liquids under 100 ml in the innermost top mesh zipped pocket.

My own experience

Last year, I took part in a civil protection exercise in Eisenerz, Austria, where part of our rescue team (12 people) flew in a Super Puma helicopter. I was a liaison officer to join the operations and coordination centre on site upon arrival. You can imagine that I had to carry a few extras – a laptop, a folder with documentation, an MRE, a powerbank, a radio (a Motorola speaker can be mounted on both shoulder straps), a multi-tool, a medication kit, a head torch and a sleeping bag.

Although you can imagine that “catching” a computer mouse between your spare underwear might not be the most pleasant thing to do in a cramped space, you can rest assured that the Zipperfox 40 keeps you covered. A full side zip allows you to pack as you see fit. Both flaps offer practical storage solutions. One offers two zipped mesh pockets, the other has two lower mesh pockets and an internal lining with MOLLE system.

The outer shell is covered with a MOLLE system with additional straps for attachment (on both sides and on the bottom). The Cordura material is durable and is actually quite water-repellent, but the rain covers in the outer bottom pocket have the advantage.

Overall, I can rate this backpack as a great innovation that works well in different working environments.

Where are the opportunities for improvement? Well, I received a comment that I should put the EU flag next to our national flag patch (not enough space for both), but I’ll leave that to you. 😉