Tracer Pack: “Eyes On” the newest pack from Blue Force Gear

Blue Force Gear Tracer Pack / Backpack; dapper pouch sold separately
| January 13, 2020
Categories: Assorted Ramblings

Big Joe had a chance to get his greasy palms on the newest pack from Blue Force Gear.  It’s called the Tracer pack. Not to be confused by its little brother, the Jedburgh pack.  The Tracer is the newest bag in the DAP line of packs. It is fully compatible with the Dapper line of accessory pouches.

“Out of the box,” it comes as just the bag. The Dapper pouches are sold separately.

Blue Force Gear Tracer Pack

Blue Force Gear Tracer Pack

Says Joe:

I wanted to pick up the Jedburgh pack when it came out last year but life and other projects got in the way.  I really like the idea of having a fair share of options with the pack being all loop lined to accept the Dapper pouches or other hook and loop pouches from other companies.

Eyes on: Blue Force Gear Tracer - see the Dapper Pouches

Inside the Tracer Pack

From first glance, my favorite part of the bag is the two big pockets on the exterior of the tracer.  They are big enough to hold water bottles, sunglasses cases, and smaller items. They also have enough flex to them to hold other items that you may need for quick access.

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The Tracer pack has great exterior pockets, image of pack inside Big Joe's vehicle.

Flexible pockets secure items of various sizes.

I do quite a bit of traveling and am on the go pretty often. I also do some work in Law Enforcement. With the number of choices on the market with accessory panels, the Tracer Pack is a pretty good do-it-all choice.  It could go from a quick weekend bag to riding shotgun in the patrol car with a quick change out of the dapper system.

Big Joe's Tracer, opened to show the Dapper Pouches.

Tracer Pack with Dapper Pouches

Blue Force Gear Tracer Pack Specs:

Technical Specs

Frame Type Internal Frame
Gear Capacity (L) 36 liters
Gear Capacity (cu. in.) 2064 cubic inches
Weight 2.5 lbs.
Fits Torso 17 – 19 inches
Fits Waist/Hips 28 – 44 inches
Frame Material HDPE framesheet
Pack Access Panel
Number of Exterior Pockets 4 + main compartment
Hydration Compatible Yes
Dimensions 19.5 x 12.25 x 12.5 inches
Laptop Sleeve 13″ x 12.5 (will fit a 18″ Laptop)”
Additional Features Molle compatible Molleminus field

Dapper compatible loop lining in main and front compartments


Nylon, Biothane Tweave, ULTRAcomp™ high performance laminate, INVISTA® Solution Dyed CORDURA® fabric

Read more about the Tracer pack.

Learn more about Dapper pouches.

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