A highly versatile stuff sack that can accommodate sand or dirt or whatever weight you can find to up your training game. While traveling, your (dirty) clothes have a proper home.
Either way, toss it into your ruck and go.
To clean, flip it inside out, hose it off and hang it to dry fast. You can even make this work out of a sink in a roach motel in Thailand. Ask us how we know sometime.
First proven (pictured): July 2011 GORUCK Tough Challenge - Bozeman, Montana
The Brick Bag was born years ago out of necessity. We always take inspiration from military gear and I had a similar sack back when I was in Iraq in 2007. Its original intent was as a carrying bag for the gear you would need in case of a biochemical attack. By the time I made it over to the Sandbox, that was no longer required. But the bags remained with our team, so I used it as a stuff sack. As we at GORUCK are fond of doing, we trimmed down the excess to create the Brick Bag and give you the opportunity to stuff it full of weight and get a lot stronger. — Jason
Top closure of the Brick Bag is lined with a row of military-grade webbing and a strip of hard plastic on the interior for additional stiffness when rolling down
Male and female buckle on either side of the webbing to close the bag
One row of MOLLE around the bottom for versatility