British PLCE bergen liner bag, small, surplus
The younger brother of the PLCE rucksack liner bag, - helps you organize stuff, protects your gear from the elements and reduces wear on the rucksack itself. Doesn't weigh or cost much! Proper hard wearing army kit.
You don't have to spend a lot of money to get a liner bag, unless you want a one-way valve, complete waterproofness or other specialities. The classic cheapskate method is a trash bag, but this basic nylon bag is a big leap forward and doesn't need to be replaced every two trips to the outdoors.
Made of nylon with a drawstring around the opening. Measurements flat approx. 35 x 60 cm.
Used, but in perfectly serviceable condition. Most of these were manufactured in the 90's.
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Abrahim R. 13.12.2016 (Edited 20.12.2016)
Alex R. 03.02.2017 (Edited 22.06.2018)
Denis S. 21.10.2017
They aren't sold as watertight but they do keep the content dry in case of a real bad rain. Indispensable and cheap. You can't go wrong.
Juha S. 29.07.2018
Björn R. 29.09.2018
Jack T. 26.11.2018
RAMOND T. 15.04.2019
Nice and great to keep gear organized and dry in my backpacks for a great price.
Ashley B. 21.04.2019
Ville-Kalle K. 05.06.2019
Tino S. 06.07.2019
Florian G. 16.08.2019 (Edited 16.08.2019)
Less noisy and more durable than a small garbage bag with basically the same weight.
Unlike the US liner bags, there are no flakes peeling off.
Expect some imperfections like repair stitching or a few pinholes.
NSN 8465-99-196-1709 (Bag, Insertion, Pouch Side, Rucksack, NATO Green, IRR)
Storing shoes while travelling.
Separating work clothes or rain gear inside the pack.
Packing insulation layers (Mittens and Särmä TST L3 Loft Trousers and Jacket). Leave the closure partially open so air can escape when compressing the side pouch / backpack.
Organisation of smaller items within the backpack.
Some bags come without the cord lock, so either add one or simply use an overhand knot.
Using different cord locks helps with identification if you have multple bags.
Lassi V. 23.08.2019
Robin K. 27.08.2019
Petri P. 29.10.2019
I wouldn't trust them to replace a drybag, though...