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Continuing down the new Redline pack series from our friends over at 3V Gear, we have the 3VG Sovereign next up. It’s their largest pack yet. The 3VG Sovereign is a chute style pack with some great features. Nobody beats 3VG pricing either. They deal direct and cut out the middle man and pass those savings down to their customers. There’s a lot to love with this pack, and I think it’s a solid buy for the money. However, there are a few things I wanted to note.

As I mention in the video, this is a great buy for people more on the civilian side of the outdoorsy lifestyle. If you’re a hardcore bushcrafter or military type, I’m not sure you would like it much. It leans into the ultra-light pack spectrum, which can be good so long as it has a more robust frame system, but the 3VG Sovereign only has a typical standard internal frame. I wouldn’t even personally consider it a frame. It ads a little rigidness to the back, which does indeed help; I just don’t think it’s adequate for such a heavy loadout.

However, If you don’t plan to go too heavy, and if you plan to hike trails with little abrasion, the 3VG Sovereign might just be a perfect option for you. Let’s dive in to the specs and photos below.

In the video, you will notice some white threads showing through on the seams. Due to this I would be worried about potential blowouts, especially fully packed in rugged terrain. I was loaded out pretty heavy, so I’m going to cut the pack a little slack. I like to push the limits, but I think this is definitely something to consider if you are hiking heavy or in rougher areas.

There were a couple of other small things I didn’t care for but they were really just personal preference things. There are a lot of great things to love about the 3VG Sovereign though. Such as the built-in rain cover, color pallet, laser-cut, and traditional molle, contrasting lighter interior with a kick-ass topo pattern, felt-lined top pocket, YKK zips, and more.


A – Heavy-duty ripstop construction
B – YKK zippers and rubber zipper pulls
C – Die-cut MOLLE panel
D – Bottom compression straps and attachment points
E – Included rain cover
F – (2) Water bottle/stash pockets
G – Thick, padded waist belt
H – Side MOLLE and multiple compression straps
I – Adjustable shoulder straps


  • Internal frame
  • Hydration compatible
  • Large admin panel
  • Lined sunglass pocket
  • Dimensions: 27″h x 13″w x 10″d
  • Total weight: 4.5lbs
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty
  • Imported

Want to see even more details and pick up one for yourself? Be sure to check out 3V Gear and use code “MASK” to save some cash. Tribe members get bigger discounts so be sure to check your dashboard! If you’re not a member, we would love to have you.

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Author Primal

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