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G.I. Joe Accessory Guide: Backpacks

This page contains backpacks and any other accessories that feature a backpack peg, as well as the sonic backpacks that screw into the backs of the Battle Commanders. Bodywear that fits over the torso but does not have a peg (such as Rip Cord's parachute harness) is classified as Bodywear and can be found on this page. Some 25th-Anniversary backpacks are identical to earlier releases except for the backpack peg but are relisted because of that difference.

 

This backpack was released:
  • in dark olive with Short-Fuze, the original version on the 1982 single card, as well as his 1983 swivel-arm release on card and later by mail, and in J.C. Penney three-packs.
  • in light green with Zap, the original version on the 1982 single card, as well as his 1983 swivel-arm release on card and later by mail, and in J.C. Penney three-packs.
  • in tan with Battle Gear Accessory Pack #1, released in 1983.
  • in light green and black with Short-Fuse, in the 1997 Stars & Stripes Forever set.
  • in black and green with Sergeant Zap, in the 1997 Stars & Stripes Forever set.
This backpack was released:
  • in olive with Breaker, the original version on the 1982 single card, as well as his 1983 swivel-arm release and in J.C. Penney three-packs.
  • in tan with Battle Gear Accessory Pack #1, released in 1983.
This backpack was released:
  • in dark olive with Flash, the original version on the 1982 single card, as well as his 1983 swivel-arm release on card and later by mail, and in J.C. Penney three-packs.
  • in tan with Battle Gear Accessory Pack #1, released in 1983.
This backpack was released:
  • in dark olive with Grunt, the original version on the 1982 single card, as well as his 1983 swivel-arm release on card and later by mail, and in J.C. Penney three-packs.
  • in tan with Battle Gear Accessory Pack #1, released in 1983.
  • in green with Stalker, in the 1997 Stars & Stripes Forever set.
This backpack was released:
  • in dark olive (with flag decal) with the JUMP, released in 1982 and 1983, as well as reissues by mail.
  • in dark olive with Starduster, the original version offered by mail in 1987 and later years.
  • in olive with Grand Slam, in the 2007 Jet Pack Troopers convention 2-pack with Starduster.
  • in olive with Starduster, in the 2007 Jet Pack Troopers convention 2-pack with Grand Slam.
This backpack was released:
  • in black with Major Bludd, the original version offered by mail 1983 and later years, as well as his reissue on the 1983 single card.
  • in red with Cobra Gear Accessory Pack #4, released in 1986.
This backpack was released:
  • in olive with Tripwire, the original version on the 1983 single card as well as in J.C. Penney three-packs.
  • in brown with Battle Gear Accessory Pack #2, released in 1984.
  • in light grey with Tripwire, the orange version with the Listen 'n Fun cassette pack.
  • in dark grey with Tripwire, the Tiger Force version on the 1988 single card.
  • in dark green with Tripwire, in the 2001 Real American Hero Collection two-pack with Big Brawler.
This backpack was released:
  • in tan with Airborne, the original version on the 1983 single card as well as reissues by mail.
  • in tan with Duke, the original version offered by mail in 1983 as well as his reissue on 1984 single card.
  • in brown with Battle Gear Accessory Pack #2, released in 1984.
  • in light green with Steel Brigade, the silver-head version offered by mail in 1987 and later years.
  • in light green with Duke, the Tiger Force version on the 1988 single card.
  • in bright green with Steel Brigade, the gold-head version offered by mail in 1992 and later years.
This backpack was released:
  • in white with Snow Job, the original version on the 1983 single card as well as in J.C. Penney three-packs.
  • in white with Snow Job, in the 1997 Arctic Mission Team three-pack.
  • in white with Whiteout, in the 2000 Real American Hero Collection two-pack with Big Ben.
  • in white with Frostbite, the black-pads Joe vs. Cobra version in the 2002 Wave 1 two-pack with Neo-Viper.
  • in white with Frostbite, the green Joe vs. Cobra version in the 2002 Wave 1.35 two-pack with Neo-Viper.
This backpack was released:
  • in light grey and orange with Torpedo, the original version on the 1983 single card as well as in J.C. Penney three-packs.
  • in black and brown with Torpedo, the all-black version with the Night Landing released in 1997.
  • in black with Wet Down, in the 2001 Real American Hero Collection two-pack with Wet-Suit.
  • in black with Wet-Suit, the black Joe vs. Cobra version in the 2002 Wave 1 two-pack with Cobra Moray.
  • in black with Wet-Suit, the teal Joe vs. Cobra version in the 2002 Wave 1.35 two-pack with Cobra Moray.
This backpack was released:
  • in light blue with Gung-Ho, the original version on the 1983 single card.
  • in brown with Battle Gear Accessory Pack #2, released in 1984.
  • in brown, light blue, and silver with Gung-Ho, the brown version with the Slugger released in 1997.
This backpack was released:
  • in black with Destro, the original version on the 1983 single card.
  • in blue with Cobra Gear Accessory Pack #4, released in 1986.
This backpack was released:
  • in light green with Spirit, the original version on the 1984 single card.
  • in tan with Battle Gear Accessory Pack #3, released in 1985.
  • in black with Spirit, the Slaughter's Marauders version on the 1989 single card.
This backpack was released:
  • in red-brown with Roadblock, the original version on the 1984 single card.
  • in tan with Battle Gear Accessory Pack #3, released in 1985.
  • in light green with Roadblock, the Tiger Force version on the 1988 single card.
This backpack was released:
  • in light green with Recondo, the original version on the 1984 single card.
  • in tan with Battle Gear Accessory Pack #3, released in 1985.
  • in red-brown with Taurus, the original version in the 1987 Sgt. Slaughter's Renegades three-pack.
  • in dark green with Recondo, the Tiger Force version with the Tiger Fly released in 1988.
This backpack was released:
  • in yellow with Blowtorch, the original version on the 1984 single card.
  • in tan with Battle Gear Accessory Pack #3, released in 1985.
This backpack was released:
  • in black with Baroness, the original version on the 1984 single card.
  • in black with Chameleon, in the 2000 Real American Hero Collection two-pack with Cobra Commander.
  • in black with Baroness, the Joe vs. Cobra version in the 2002 Wave 3 two-pack with Flint.
  • in red with Cobra Gear Accessory Pack #4, released in 1986.
This backpack was released:
  • in black with Storm Shadow, the original version on the 1984 single card.
  • in black with Storm Shadow, in the 1997 Commando Team three-pack.
This backpack was released:
  • in grey with Firefly, the original version on the 1984 single card.
  • in white with Firefly, the white version in the 1998 Cobra Polar Force three-pack.
  • in brown and green with Firefly, the brown version in the 2000 Real American Hero Collection two-pack with Undertow.
  • in black with Wreckage, in the 2003 Tiger Force five-pack.
  • in black with Firefly, the Black Dragon version released in the 2003 Firefly convention two-pack.
  • in black with Firefly, the Tiger Force version released in the 2003 Firefly convention two-pack.
  • in black with Flint, in the 2004 Night Force six-pack, as well as his reissue with the G.I. Joe Moray released in 2005.
  • in black with Tunnel Rat, in the 2004 Night Force six-pack.
  • in black with Firefly, in the 2004 Strike Team: Urban Division six-pack.
  • in black with Desert Cobra C.L.A.W.S., the Sand Scorpion recolor on the 2004 Wave 2 single card.
  • in black with Firefly, in the 2005 Crimson Guard six-packs.
  • in black with Sand Viper, the black version on the 2005 Wave 3 single card.
  • in black with Firefly, the comic version in the 2005 Marvel #49 three-pack.
This backpack was released:
  • in black with Zartan, the original version with the Chameleon released in 1984.
This backpack was released:
  • in silver with Buzzer, the original version on the 1985 single card.
  • in dark grey with Dreadnok Buzzer, the red version in the 2004 Dreadnok Rampage convention set.
  • in black with Dreadnok Buzzer, the green version in the 2005 Marvel #75 comic three-pack.
This backpack was released:
  • in silver with Ripper, the original version on the 1985 single card.
  • in dark grey with Dreadnok Ripper, the red vintage-style version in the 2004 Dreadnok Rampage convention set.
  • in black with Dreadnok Ripper, the comic version in the 2005 Marvel #75 three-pack.
This backpack was released:
  • in silver with Torch, the original version on the 1985 single card.
  • in black with Cobra B.A.T., the 3.0 Joe vs. Cobra version in the 2002 Wave 4 two-pack with Shipwreck.
  • in black with Cobra B.A.T. v4, the rust-colored version in the 2004 Wave 3 two-pack with Snow Wolf.
  • in black with Cobra B.A.T. v4, the red version on the 2004 Wave 2 single card.
This backpack was released:
  • in green with Flint, the original version on the 1985 single card.
  • in green with Dart, the green-vest version in the 2002 Wave 4 two-pack with Cobra C.L.A.W.S., as well as his reissue in the 2004 Battle in a Box set.
  • in green with Tunnel Rat, the Spy Troops version reissued on the 2004 Wave 1 single card.
  • in dark grey with Flint, the Tiger Force version on the 1988 single card.
  • in black with Dart, the brown-vest version in the 2003 Wave 6 two-pack with Dr. Mindbender.
  • in black with Beachhead, the brown-vest Valor vs. Venom version on the 2004 Wave 2 single card.
  • in black with Swamp Rat, the grey-and-green version on the 2004 Wave 2 single card.
  • in black with Night Creeper, the dark blue version on the 2005 Wave 3 single card.
  • in black with Dusty, the Valor vs. Venom version reissued on the 2005 Wave 3 single card.
This backpack was released:
  • in black with Snake-Eyes, the visor version on the 1985 single card.
This backpack was released:
  • in olive with Bazooka, the original version on the 1985 single card, as well as his reissues by mail.
  • in dark green with Bazooka, the Tiger Force version on the 1988 single card.
This backpack was released:
  • in olive with Airtight, the original version on the 1985 single card.
This backpack was released:
  • in light green with Lady Jaye, the original version on the 1985 single card.
  • in black with Lady Jaye, the black version in the 1997 Commando Team three-pack.
  • in black with Lady Jaye, the jungle camo version in the 2003 Operation: Anaconda convention set.
  • in dark green with Volga, in the 1998 Oktober Guard three-pack.
This backpack was released:
  • in dark grey with Quick Kick, the original version on the 1985 single card, as well as reissues by mail in later years.
This backpack was released:
  • in tan with Dusty, the original version on the 1985 single card.
  • in red-brown with Red Dog, the original version in the 1987 Sgt. Slaughter's Renegades three-pack.
  • in red-brown with Cross Hair, the Spy Troops version reissued on the 2004 Wave 1 single card.
  • in light green with Dusty, the original version on the 1988 single card.
  • in red with Dreadnok Ripper, the red Joe vs. Cobra version in the 2002 Wave 4 two-pack with Duke.
  • in blue with Dreadnok Ripper, the blue Spy Troops version in the 2003 Wave 6 two-pack with Dreadnok Roadblock.
  • in dark green with Shockblast, the green version in the 2008 S.W.A.T. convention three-pack.
  • in dark green with Low-Light, the green version in the 2008 S.W.A.T. convention three-pack.
  • This backpack was released:
    • in tan with Alpine, the original version on the 1985 single card.
    This backpack was released:
    • in tan with Footloose, the original version on the 1985 single card.
    • in black with Mercer, the original version in the 1987 Sgt. Slaughter's Renegades three-pack.
    • in black with Footloose, the Slaughter's Marauders version on the 1989 single card.
    This backpack was released:
    • in dark grey with Barbecue, the original version on the 1985 single card.
    • in grey with Barbecue, the original version on the 1989 single card.
    This backpack was released:
    • in black with Tele-Viper, the original version on the 1985 single card.
    • in black with Python Tele-Viper, on the 1989 single card.
    • in blue with Cobra Gear Accessory Pack #6, released in 1988.
    • in black (no hose pin) with Cobra Commander, the blue O-ring version in the 2002 Joe vs. Cobra Wave 3 two-pack with Snake Eyes, as well as his reissue with the 2003 Mission Disc #3.
    • in black (no hose pin) with Neo-Viper, the grey version in the 2002 Wave 4 two-pack with Wild Bill.
    • in black (no hose pin) with Neo-Viper, the blue O-ring version in the 2003 Wave 7.75 two-pack with Neo-Viper Commander.
    • in black (no hose pin) with Cobra Commander, the black O-ring version in the 2003 Wave 7.75 two-pack with Cobra B.A.T. v3.2.
    • in black (no hose pin) with Neo-Viper, the Walmart version in the 2004 two-pack with Gung-Ho.
    • in black (no hose pin) with the Operation: Avalanche set, released in 2004.
    • in black (no hose pin) with Duke, the olive pants version on the 2004 Wave 2 single card.
    • in black (no hose pin) with Tele-Viper, the blue Valor vs. Venom version on the 2005 Wave 3 single card.
    This backpack was released:
    • in black with Eel, the original version on the 1985 single card.
    • in blue with Cobra Gear Accessory Pack #6, released in 1988.
    This backpack was released:
    • in white with Snow Serpent, the original version on the 1985 single card.
    • in blue with Cobra Gear Accessory Pack #6, released in 1988.
    • in black with Agent Scarlett, the yellow Joe vs. Cobra version in the 2002 Wave 2 two-pack with Zartan.
    • in black with Undertow, the red version in the 2002 Sound Attack eight-pack.
    • in black with Agent Scarlett, the green Joe vs. Cobra version in the 2002 Wave 3 two-pack with Storm Shadow.
    • in white and black with Snow Serpent, the removable helmet version on the 2005 Direct-to-Consumer Wave 2 single card.
    • in white and black with Snow Serpent Commander, in the 2007 Flaming M.O.T.H. two-pack with Ice-Viper.
    This backpack was released:
    • in red with Crimson Guard, the original version on the 1985 single card.
    • in blue with Cobra Gear Accessory Pack #4, released in 1986.
    • in black with Python Crimson Guard, on the 1989 single card.
    This fairing was released:
    • in silver with the Silver Mirage Motorcycle, the original version released in 1985.
    • in silver with the Silver Mirage Motorcycle, the 1997 version released as part of the Army Recon Mission.
    This backpack with attached parachute was released:
    • in olive with the Parachute Pack, offered by mail in 1985 and later years.
    • in olive with Hit & Run, reissued on the 1988 Target-exclusive single card.
    • in olive with Action Pilot, the yellow version in the 1994 single box.
    • in olive with Action Pilot, the blue version in the 1994 Original Action Team five-pack.
    • in brown with Airwave, on the 1990 Sky Patrol card.
    • in brown with Drop Zone, on the 1990 Sky Patrol card.
    • in blue with Skydive, on the 1990 Sky Patrol card.
    • in grey with Airborne, the Sky Patrol character on the 1990 single card.
    • in white with Static Line, on the 1990 Sky Patrol card.
    • in dark green with Altitude, on the 1990 Sky Patrol card.
    • in black with Fighter Pilot, released at the 1994 G.I. Joe convention.
    This backpack was released:
    • in black with B.A.T., the original version on the 1986 single card.
    • in black with Headhunter B.A.T., in the 2008 Cobra Headhunters convention set.
    This backpack was released:
    • in blue with Zandar, on the 1986 single card.
    This backpack was released:
    • in light green with Leatherneck, the original version on the 1986 single card.
    • in light green with Leatherneck, the tan version in the 1986 Special Mission: Brazil five-pack.
    • in black with Python Copperhead, on the 1989 single card.
    This backpack was released:
    • in black with Low-Light, the original version on the 1986 single card.
    • in black with Low-Light, the Slaughter's Marauders version on the 1989 single card.
    • in dark grey with Battle Gear Accessory Pack #5, released in 1987.
    This backpack was released:
    • in grey with Mainframe, the original version on the 1986 single card.
    • in grey with Mainframe, the red version in the 1986 Special Mission: Brazil five-pack.
    • in dark grey with Battle Gear Accessory Pack #5, released in 1987.
    This backpack was released:
    • in black with Beach Head, the original version on the 1986 single card.
    • in black with Beach Head, the dark green Joe vs. Cobra version in the 2002 Wave 3 two-pack with Dr. Mindbender.
    • in black with Alley Viper II, the red version on the 2004 Wave 2 single card.
    • in cream with Battle Gear Accessory Pack #5, released in 1987.
    This backpack was released:
    • in silver with Lifeline, the original version on the 1986 single card.
    • in silver with Lifeline, the modified-original version offered by mail in 1991.
    • in brown with Battle Gear Accessory Pack #5, released in 1987.
    • in black with Sergeant Lifeline, the Tiger Force version on the 1988 single card.
    This backpack was released:
    • in olive with Hawk, the brown-jacket version on the 1986 single card.
    • in black with Snake Eyes, the tan-pocket version in the 1997 Commando Team three-pack.
    • in black with Duke, with the Silver Mirage released in 1997.
    • in black with General Hawk, the dark brown version with the A-10 Thunderbolt released in 1997.
    • in black with Breaker, in the 1997 Stars & Stripes Forever set.
    • in black with Grunt, in the 1997 Stars & Stripes Forever set.
    • in black with Thunderwing, with the MOBAT released in 1998 and reissued in 2000.
    This backpack was released:
    • in bright green with Sci-Fi, the original version on the 1986 single card.
    This backpack was released:
    • in orange with Wet-Suit, the original version on the 1986 single card.
    • in orange with Wet-Suit, the silver version in the 1986 Special Mission: Brazil five-pack.
    • in black with Wet-Suit, in the 1998 Navy Assault Unit three-pack.
    • in grey with Wet-Suit, the grey version in the 2001 Real American Hero Collection two-pack with Wet Down.
    This backpack was released:
    • in light grey with Dial-Tone, the original version on the 1986 single card.
    • in light grey with Dial-Tone, the red-pants version in the 1986 Special Mission: Brazil five-pack.
    This backpack was released:
    • in red with Zarana, the original version on the 1986 single card.
    • in silver with Cobra Gear Accessory Pack #6, released in 1988.
    • in black with Dreadnok Zarana, the grey version in the 2004 Dreadnok Rampage convention set.
    • in black with Zarana, the comic version in the 2005 Marvel #76 comic three-pack.
    This backpack was released:
    • in black with Viper, the original version on the 1986 single card.
    • in black with Python Viper, on the 1989 single card.
    • in black with Viper, the maroon version with the Flight Pod released in 1997.
    • in black with Viper, in the 2002 Crimson Strike Team convention set (both crimson and fuchsia variants).
    • in black with Swamp-Viper, in the 2003 Operation: Anaconda convention set.
    • in black with Black Dragon Trooper, in the 2003 Operation: Anaconda convention set.
    This backpack was released:
    • in gold with Serpentor, the original version with the Air Chariot released in 1986.
    • in black with Serpentor, the black version in the 2002 Real American Hero Collection two-pack with Shock Viper.
    • in yellow-green with Serpentor, the comic version in the 2005 Marvel #49 three-pack.
    This backpack was released:
    • in silver with Cobra Commander, the armor version on the 1987 single card.
    • in silver with Cobra Commander, the RAHC armor version in the 2001 Real American Hero Collection two-pack with Cobra Laser Viper.
    This backpack was released:
    • in green with Falcon, the original version on the 1987 single card.
    • in black with Lieutenant Falcon, the Night Force version in the 1988 two-pack with Sneak Peek.
    This backpack was released:
    • in silver with Psyche-Out, the original version on the 1987 single card.
    • in black with Psyche-Out, the Night Force version in the 1988 two-pack with Tunnel Rat.
    This backpack was released:
    • in black with Jinx, the original version on the 1987 single card, as well as reissues by mail.
    • in black with Vypra, the black version with the Rattler 4WD released in 1998.
    • in silver with Jinx, in the 2003 Tiger Force five-pack.
    • in dark green (with attached parachute) with Dusty, the paratrooper version released at the 2003 G.I. Joe convention.
    • in black (with attached parachute) with Air-Viper, released at the 2003 G.I. Joe convention.
    • in black (with attached parachute) with Steel Brigade Paratrooper, released at the 2005 G.I. Joe convention.
    • in black (with attached parachute) with Jungle Viper, the lighter version released at the 2005 G.I. Joe convention.
    • in black (with attached parachute) with Nullifier, the blue version released at the 2006 G.I. Joe convention.
    • in dark grey or black (with attached parachute) with Iron Anvil, in the 2005 General Mayhem: M.A.R.S. Invades! convention set.
    This backpack was released:
    • in olive with Tunnel Rat, the original version on the 1987 single card.
    • in black with Tunnel Rat, the Night Force version in the 1988 two-pack with Psyche-Out.
    This backpack was released:
    • in tan with Outback, the original version on the 1987 single card.
    • in black with Outback, the Night Force version in the 1988 two-pack with Crazylegs.
    This backpack was released:
    • in brown and tan with Raptor, on the 1987 single card.
    This backpack was released:
    • in olive with Fast Draw, on the 1987 single card.
    This backpack was released:
    • in black with Techno-Viper, the original version on the 1987 single card.
    These tentacles were released:
    These wings were released:
    This backpack was released:
    • in white with Payload, the original version with the Defiant released in 1987.
    • in light grey with Payload, the yellow version with the Crusader released in 1989.
    This backpack was released:
    • in black with Blizzard, the original version on the 1988 single card.
    This backpack was released:
    • in red with Storm Shadow, the urban camo version on the 1988 single card.
    This backpack was released:
    • in light green with Repeater, the original version on the 1988 single card.
    • in black with Repeater, the Night Force version in the 1989 two-pack with Charbroil.
    This backpack was released:
    • in blue with Shockwave, the original version on the 1988 single card.
    • in black with Shockwave, the Night Force version in the 1989 two-pack with Lightfoot.
    This backpack was released:
    • in silver and yellow with Charbroil, the original version on the 1988 single card.
    • in black and yellow with Charbroil, the Night Force version in the 1989 two-pack with Repeater.
    • in black with Charbroil, in the 2004 Anti-Venom Strike Force six-pack.
    This backpack was released:
    • in green and red with Lightfoot, the original version on the 1988 single card.
    • in black and red with Lightfoot, the Night Force version in the 1989 two-pack with Shockwave.
    This backpack was released:
    • in black with Toxo-Viper, the original version on the 1988 single card.
    This backpack was released:
    • in orange with Spearhead, the original version on the 1988 single card.
    • in black with Spearhead, the Night Force version in the 1989 two-pack with Muskrat.
    This backpack was released:
    • in silver with Astro-Viper, the red version on the 1988 single card.
    • in silver with Shadow Viper, in the 2001 Real American Hero Collection two-pack with Zartan.
    This backpack was released:
    • in green and orange with Muskrat, the original version on the 1988 single card as well as his reissue in the Ultimate Enemies two-pack with Voltar.
    • in black and grey with Muskrat, the Night Force version in the 1989 two-pack with Spearhead.
    This backpack was released:
    • in brown with Budo, the original version on the 1988 single card.
    This backpack was released:
    • in olive with Hardball, on the 1988 single card.
    This backpack was released:
    This backpack was released:
    • in gold with Voltar, on the 1988 single card as well as his reissue in the Ultimate Enemies two-pack with Muskrat.
    This backpack was released:
    • in grey with Wildcard, with the Mean Dog released in 1988.
    This backpack was released:
    • in dark green with Recoil, on the 1989 single card.
    This backpack was released:
    • in grey with Scoop, on the 1989 single card.
    This backpack with grappling hook was released:
    • in silver with Countdown, the white version on the 1989 single card.
    This backpack was released:
    • in black with Snake Eyes, the silver crossed-swords version on the 1989 single card.
    • in black with Snake Eyes, the blue crossed-swords version in the 2000 Real American Hero Collection two-pack with Storm Shadow.
    • in black with Night Creeper, the black version in the 2004 Strike Team: Urban Division six-pack.
    • in purple with Night-Creeper, the original version on the 1990 single card.
    This backpack was released:
    • in black with Alley Viper, the original version on the 1989 single card.
    • in black with Alley Viper, the yellow version on the 1993 Battle Corps card.
    This backpack was released:
    • in light grey with T.A.R.G.A.T., the blue version on the 1989 single card.
    This backpack was released:
    • in blue with Dee-Jay, on the 1989 single card.
    This backpack was released:
    • in light grey with Rock & Roll, the Gatling version on the 1989 single card.
    This kayak was released:
    • in white with Stalker, the arctic version on the 1989 single card.
    This backpack was released:
    This backpack was released:
    This backpack was released:
    • in black with Downtown, on the 1989 single card.
    This backpack was released:
    • in black with Deep Six, the light blue version on the 1989 single card.
    This backpack was released:
    • in black with Frag-Viper, the original version on the 1989 single card.
    This backpack was released:
    • in black with Night-Viper, the original version on the 1989 single card.
    • in black with Night-Viper, in the 2006 Flaming M.O.T.H. two-pack with Frag-Viper.
    • in black with Iron Grenadier, in the 2005 General Mayhem: M.A.R.S. Invades! convention set.
    This backpack was released:
    This backpack was released:
    This backpack was released:
    • in light grey with Topside, on the 1990 single card.
    This backpack with grappling hook was released:
    This backpack was released:
    • in white with Sub-Zero, the original version on the 1990 single card.
    This backpack was released:
    • in dark green with Ambush, the original version on the 1990 single card.
    • in brown with Side Track, the Ambush recolor in the 2000 Real American Hero Collection two-pack with Duke.
    This backpack was released:
    • in light brown with Salvo, the original version on the 1990 single card.
    This backpack was released:
    • in dark grey with Freefall, on the 1990 single card.
    This backpack was released:
    • in silver with Laser-Viper, the original version on the 1990 single card.
    • in black with Cobra Laser Viper, in the 2003 Python Patrol six-pack.
    This backpack was released:
    • in dark red with SAW-Viper, the original version on the 1990 single card.
    • in dark red with Cobra S.A.W. Viper, the removable helmet version on the 2006 Direct-to-Consumer Wave 3 single card.
    • in black with Zartan, in the 2001 Real American Hero Collection two-pack with Shadow Viper.
    • in black with Cobra Viper, the green version in the 2002 Wave 1.5 two-pack with Mirage.
    • in black with Python Patrol S.A.W. Viper, in the 2003 Python Patrol six-pack.
    • in black (back hollow) with Cobra Infantry Trooper, one each with all four versions in the 2004 Cobra Infantry Trooper six-pack.
    • in black (back hollow) with Cobra Squad Leader, the red mask version in the 2004 Cobra Infantry Forces six-pack.
    • in black (back hollow) with Cobra Squad Leader, the brown mask version in the 2004 Cobra Infantry Forces six-pack.
    • in black with Alpine, the yellow-green version on the 2004 Wave 2 single card.
    • in black with Rock 'n Roll, the comic version in the 2005 Marvel #8 comic three-pack.
    • in black with Sergeant Stalker, the Valor vs. Venom version reissued on the 2005 Wave 3 single card.
    • in black with Lonzo R. Wilkinson, the Vietnam-era Stalker in the 2006 Marvel #26 comic three-pack.
    • in graphite with Cobra Viper, the blue version in the 2002 Wave 2.5 two-pack with Mirage.
    • in graphite with Cobra Viper, the red-and-blue version in the 2003 Wave 7.75 two-pack with Cobra Alley Viper.
    This backpack was released:
    • in light grey with Metal-Head, the original version on the 1990 single card.
    This backpack was released:
    • in dark grey with Range-Viper, the original version on the 1990 single card.
    • in blue-grey with Rock Viper, the Range-Viper recolor in the 2000 Real American Hero Collection two-pack with Maj. Bludd.
    • in light green with Heavy Duty, the grey Joe vs. Cobra version in the 2002 Wave 1 two-pack with Cobra C.L.A.W.S., as well as his reissue in the Wave 4 two-pack with Skull Buster.
    • in light green with Heavy Duty, the green Joe vs. Cobra version in the 2002 Wave 1.35 two-pack with Cobra C.L.A.W.S.
    • in light green with Scrap Iron, the black version in the 2004 Strike Team: Urban Division six-pack.
    • in black with Frag-Viper, the green version in the 2006 Flaming M.O.T.H. two-pack with Night-Viper.
    • in black with Range Viper, the tan version in the 2006 Flaming M.O.T.H. two-pack with Flak-Viper.
    This backpack was released:
    • in dark green with Stretcher, on the 1990 single card.
    • in grey with Sideswipe, in the 2002 Real American Hero Collection two-pack with Sgt. Lifeline.
    • in black with Sergeant Lifeline, in the 2004 Anti-Venom Strike Force six-pack.
    • in green with Sparks, in the 2007 Tanks for the Memories convention set.
    This backpack was released:
    • in dark grey with Bullhorn, the original version on the 1990 single card.
    • in black and white with Bullhorn, with the S.W.A.T. R.T.V. released at the 2008 G.I. Joe convention.
    This backpack was released:
    • in light grey with Pathfinder, the original version on the 1990 single card.
    • in black with Pathfinder, the grey version with the V.A.M.P. and Twin Battle Gun set released in 2004.
    This sonic backpack was released:
    • in brown-grey with Tunnel Rat, the Sonic Fighters version on the 1990 single card.
    This sonic backpack was released:
    • in light brown with Law, the Sonic Fighters version on the 1990 single card.
    This sonic backpack was released:
    • in black with Dial-Tone, the Sonic Fighters version on the 1990 single card.
    This sonic backpack was released:
    • in dark green with Dodger, the Sonic Fighters version on the 1990 single card.
    This sonic backpack was released:
    • in gold with Viper, the Sonic Fighters version on the 1990 single card.
    This sonic backpack was released:
    • in black with Lamprey, the Sonic Fighters version on the 1990 single card.
    This backpack was released:
    • in dark green with Heavy Duty, the original version on the 1991 Wave 1 single card.
    This backpack was released:
    • in red-brown with Dusty, the coyote version on the 1991 Wave 1 single card.
    • in orange with Cross-Country, on the 1993 Battle Corps card.
    • in black with Cobra Officer, the Viper recolor in the 1998 Cobra Infantry Team three-pack.
    • in black with Cobra Trooper, the Viper recolor in the 1998 Cobra Infantry Team three-pack.
    • in black with Dusty, the blue shirt version in the 2000 Real American Hero Collection two-pack with Law.
    • in black with Dial Tone, the olive version in the 2000 Real American Hero Collection two-pack with General Tomahawk.
    • in black with Gung-Ho, the green-shirt Joe vs. Cobra version in the 2002 Wave 1 two-pack with Destro.
    • in black with Cobra C.L.A.W.S., the red Joe vs. Cobra version in the 2002 Wave 1 two-pack with Heavy Duty.
    • in black with Gung-Ho, the white-shirt Joe vs. Cobra version in the 2002 Wave 1.35 two-pack with Destro.
    • in black with Cobra C.L.A.W.S., the green Joe vs. Cobra version in the 2002 Wave 1.35 two-pack with Heavy Duty.
    • in black with General Tomahawk, in the 2002 Wave 1.5 two-pack with Headman.
    • in black with Desert Cobra C.L.A.W.S., the Joe vs. Cobra version in the 2002 Wave 2 two-pack with Dusty.
    • in black with Roadblock, the Charles L. Griffith version in the 2002 Sound Attack eight-pack.
    • in black with Flint, the black shirt version in the 2002 Wave 3 two-pack with Baroness.
    • in black with Agent Scarlett, in the 2003 ToyFare two-pack.
    • in black with Desert Cobra C.L.A.W.S., the O-ring version in the 2003 Wave 7.75 two-pack with Sand Viper.
    • in black with Gung-Ho, the Walmart version in the 2004 two-pack with Neo-Viper.
    • in black with Duke, the O-ring Joe vs. Cobra version reissued on the 2004 Wave 1 single card.
    • in black with Snake Eyes, the green comic version in the 2004 Marvel #2 three-pack.
    • in black with Steeler, the comic version in the 2004 Marvel #5 three-pack.
    • in black with Storm Shadow, the dirty-hooded version in the 2004 Ninja Cobra Strike Team six-pack.
    • in black with Colonel Brekhov, the grey version in the 2005 Marvel #6 comic three-pack.
    • in black with Crimson Guard, the red-brown hair version in the 2005 Crimson Guard six-packs.
    • in black with Crimson Shadow Guard, one each with all six figures in the 2005 Crimson Shadow Guard six-pack.
    • in pea-green with Footloose, on the 2005 Direct-to-Consumer Wave 2 single card.
    This backpack was released:
    • in black with Low-Light, the brown-and-grey version on the 1991 Wave 1 single card.
    • in black with Low-Light, the blue version in the 2001 Real American Hero Collection two-pack with Sure Fire.
    • in black with Destro, the black-and-blue version in the 2002 Wave 1 two-pack with Gung Ho.
    • in black with Destro, the purple-and-blue version in the 2002 Wave 1.35 two-pack with Gung Ho.
    • in black with Skull Buster, in the 2002 Wave 4 two-pack with Heavy Duty.
    • in black with Beachhead, the Tiger Force version in the 2004 Dreadnok Rampage convention set.
    • in clear with Zartan, the clear the 2003 G.I. Joe Collector's Club annual exclusive figure.
    This backpack was released:
    • in dark green with Big Ben, the dark green version on the 1991 Wave 1 single card.
    • in white with Big Ben, the white version in the 2000 Real American Hero Collection two-pack with Whiteout.
    • in tan with Dusty, the yellow knees Joe vs. Cobra version in the 2002 Wave 2 two-pack with Desert Cobra C.L.A.W.S., as well as his reissue with 2003 Mission Disc #2.
    • in tan with Sergeant Stalker, the bright green Joe vs. Cobra version reissued on the 2004 Wave 1 single card.
    • in black with Dial Tone, the green-and-black version in the 2002 Sound Attack eight-pack.
    • in black with Recondo, the Spy Troops version reissued with 2004 Mission Disc #1.
    • in green with Dusty, the green Joe vs. Cobra version in the 2002 Wave 4 two-pack with Shock Viper.
    This backpack was released:
    • in grey with General Hawk, the flight-pack version on the 1991 Wave 1 single card.
    This backpack was released:
    • in black with Crimson Guard Immortal, the red version on the 1991 Wave 1 single card.
    • in black with Destro, in the 2005 General Mayhem: M.A.R.S. Invades! convention set.
    This backpack was released:
    • in purple with Snow Serpent, the purple-board version on the 1991 Wave 1 single card.
    • in black with Snow Serpent, the white-board version in the 1998 Cobra Polar Force three-pack.
    This backpack was released:
    This backpack was released:
    • in silver with Sci-Fi, the grey version on the 1991 Wave 1 single card.
    • in silver with Sergeant Flash, in the 2007 Tanks for the Memories convention set.
    • in black with Laser Viper, the blue version in the 2001 Real American Hero Collection two-pack with Cobra Commander.
    This backpack was released:
    • in brown with Red Star, the original version on the 1991 Wave 1 single card.
    • in black with Colonel Brekhov, the yellow version in the 1998 Oktober Guard three-pack.
    • in black with Lieutenant Falcon, the jungle camo version in the 2003 Operation: Anaconda convention set.
    This backpack was released:
    • in black with Incinerator, on the 1991 Wave 1 single card.
    This missile launcher backpack was released:
    • in blue with Snake Eyes, the missile launcher version on the 1991 Wave 2 single card.
    This backpack was released:
    • in dark blue with Mercer, the bearded version on the 1991 Wave 2 single card.
    This missile launcher backpack was released:
    • in black and light green with Cobra B.A.T., the 2.0 missile launcher version on the 1991 Wave 2 single card.
    This backpack was released:
    • in dark blue and orange with Flint, the Eco-Warriors version on the 1991 single card.
    • in light green and yellow with Ozone, the blue version on the 1991 Eco-Warriors card.
    • in yellow and red with Barbecue, the Eco-Warriors version on the 1992 single card.
    This backpack was released:
    • in light green with Clean-Sweep, on the 1991 Eco-Warriors card.
    This backpack was released:
    • in purple and orange with Cesspool, on the 1991 Eco-Warriors card.
    This backpack was released:
    • in purple with Toxo-Viper, the Eco-Warriors version on the 1991 single card.
    • in purple with Sludge Viper, on the 1991 single card.
    This sonic backpack was released:
    • in blue with Lieutenant Falcon, the Super Sonic Fighters version on the 1991 single card.
    This sonic tank (with backpack peg) was released:
    • in grey with Zap, the Super Sonic Fighters version on the 1991 single card.
    This sonic backpack was released:
    • in grey with Major Bludd, the Super Sonic Fighters version on the 1991 single card.
    • in black with General Hawk, the neon version offered by mail in 1993.
    This sonic comm station (with backpack peg) was released:
    • in light green with Road Pig, the Super Sonic Fighters version on the 1991 single card.
    This sonic gun station (with backpack peg) was released:
    • in green and black with Rock 'n Roll, the Super Sonic Fighters version on the 1991 single card.
    This sonic comm station (with backpack peg) was released:
    • in light grey with Psyche-Out, the Super Sonic Fighters version on the 1991 single card.
    This sonic backpack was released:
    • in gold with General Hawk, the Battle Commanders version on the 1992 single card.
    This sonic backpack was released:
    • in yellow with Stalker, the Battle Commanders version on the 1992 single card.
    This sonic backpack was released:
    • in black with Cobra Commander, the Battle Commanders version on the 1992 single card.
    This sonic backpack was released:
    • in red with Overkill, the Battle Commanders version on the 1992 single card.
    This missile launcher station (with backpack peg) was released:
    • in tan and red with Duke, the missile station version on the 1992 Wave 1 single card.
    This backpack was released:
    • in black with Big Bear, the green version on the 1992 Wave 1 single card.
    • in black with Lieutenant Gorky, the bearded version in the 1998 Oktober Guard three-pack.
    • in black with Big Brawler, the original version in the 2001 Real American Hero Collection two-pack with Tripwire.
    • in black with Cobra Alley Viper, the light blue version in the 2002 Wave 1.5 two-pack with Big Ben.
    • in black with Cobra Alley Viper, the black version in the 2004 Strike Team: Urban Division six-pack.
    • in black with Snake Eyes, the black comic version in the 2004 Marvel #4 three-pack.
    • in black with Infantry Division, one each for all six versions in the Infantry Division six-pack.
    • in black with Gung-Ho, in the 2005 Steel Brigade convention three-pack.
    • in black with Steel Brigade Commander, in the 2005 Steel Brigade convention three-pack.
    • in graphite with Cobra Alley Viper, the red version in the 2002 Wave 2.5 two-pack with Big Ben.
    • in graphite with Cobra Alley Viper, the blue version in the 2003 Wave 7.75 two-pack with Cobra Viper.
    • in cream with Mercer, in the 2006 Slaughter's Marauders convention three-pack.
    • in cream with Red Dog, in the 2006 Slaughter's Marauders convention three-pack.
    • in cream with Taurus, in the 2006 Slaughter's Marauders convention three-pack.
    • in orange with G.I. Joe Doc, in the 2007 Tanks for the Memories convention set.
    This backpack was released:
    • in green and blue with Flak-Viper, the blue version on the 1992 Wave 1 single card.
    • in green and orange with Flak-Viper, the orange version on the 1993 Battle Corps card.
    • in black with Flak-Viper, the tan version in the 2006 Flaming M.O.T.H. two-pack with Range Viper.
    This backpack was released:
    • in black with Gung-Ho, the green-vest version on the 1992 Wave 2 single card as well as his reissue on 1993 Battle Corps card.
    • in black with Gung-Ho, the red-vest version on the 1993 Battle Corps card.
    • in black with Gung Ho, the tan version in the 2001 Real American Hero Collection two-pack with Leatherneck.
    • in black with Sure Fire, the green version in the 2002 Wave 1.5 two-pack with Cobra Slice.
    • in black with Baroness, in the 2002 Crimson Strike Team convention set (both crimson and fuchsia variants).
    • in black with Sergeant Stalker, the bright green Joe vs. Cobra version in the 2002 Wave 2 two-pack with Neo-Viper Commander.
    • in black with Wet-Suit, in the 2002 Sound Attack eight-pack.
    • in black with Sergeant Stalker, the dull green Joe vs. Cobra version in the 2002 Wave 3 two-pack with Zartan.
    • in black with Snake Eyes, in the 2003 ToyFare two-pack.
    • in black with Snake Eyes, the dark blue version with the 2003 G.I. Joe miniseries DVD.
    • in black with Dial Tone, in the 2003 Tiger Force five-pack.
    • in black with Beachhead, in the 2004 Night Force six-pack, as well as his reissue with the G.I. Joe Moray released in 2005.
    • in black with the Operation: Avalanche set, released in 2004.
    • in black with Heavy Duty, the orange-pants Valor vs. Venom version on the 2004 Wave 2 single card.
    • in black with Horror Show, in the 2005 Marvel #7 comic three-pack.
    • in black with Ace, the grey Valor vs. Venom version reissued on the 2005 Wave 3 single card.
    • in black with Frostbite, the blue Snow Job recolor in the 2005 Winter Operations six-pack.
    • in black with Sergeant Stalker, in the 2005 Winter Operations six-pack.
    • in black with Backblast, the Avalanche recolor in the 2005 Winter Operations six-pack.
    • in black with Snake Eyes, in the 2005 Winter Operations six-pack.
    • in black with Mirage, the clear version in the 2005 Winter Operations six-pack.
    • in black with Short-Fuze, the Blizzard recolor in the 2005 Winter Operations six-pack.
    • in black with CLASSIFIED, the Vietnam-era Snake Eyes in the 2006 Marvel #26 comic three-pack.
    • in black (four copies) with the Viper Pit six-pack, released in 2006 (not assigned to a specific figure).
    This backpack was released:
    • in dark blue with Barricade, the blue version on the 1992 Wave 2 single card.
    • in dark blue with Barricade, the orange version on the 1993 Battle Corps card.
    This backpack was released:
    • in red-brown with Wild Bill, the black-pants version on the 1992 Wave 2 single card as well as his reissue on 1993 Battle Corps card.
    • in red-brown with Wild Bill, the white-pants version on the 1993 Battle Corps card.
    This backpack was released:
    • in green with Bullet-Proof, the original version on the 1992 Drug Elimination Force card.
    • in green with Bullet-Proof, the neon version on the 1993 Battle Corps card.
    This backpack was released:
    • in black with Headhunter, the original version on the 1992 single card.
    • in black with Headhunter, the green-trim version on the 1993 Battle Corps card.
    • in black with Headhunter Guard, in the 2008 Cobra Headhunters convention set.
    This backpack was released:
    • in red-orange with Duke, on the 1994 Star Brigade card.
    This backpack was released:
    • in orange and black with Sci-Fi, the yellow version on the 1994 Star Brigade card.
    This backpack was released:
    • in blue and gold with Space Shot, on the 1994 Star Brigade card.
    This backpack was released:
    This backpack was released:
    • in dark green with Action Soldier, in the 1994 single box, as well as his reissue in the Original Action Team five-pack.
    • in olive with Action Marine, in the 1994 single box, as well as his reissue in the Original Action Team five-pack.
    This backpack was released:
    • in blue with Action Sailor, the black version in the 1994 single box.
    • in black with Action Sailor, the orange version in the 1994 Original Action Team five-pack.
    This backpack (essentially the original Roadblock's with the ammo box attached) was released:
    • in olive with Double Blast, in the 2001 Real American Force Collection two-pack with Crossfire.
    • in dark green with Leatherneck, in the 2001 Real American Hero Collection two-pack with Gung Ho, as well as his reissue with the 2003 Mobile Command Center.
    • in dark green with Duke, the green Joe vs. Cobra version in the 2002 Wave 1 two-pack with Cobra Commander.
    • in dark green with Duke, the yellow Joe vs. Cobra version in the 2002 Wave 1.35 two-pack with Cobra Commander.
    • in black with Roadblock, in the 2004 Anti-Venom Strike Force six-pack.
    • in black with Short-Fuze, the comic version in the 2005 Marvel #8 comic three-pack.
    This double-scabbard backpack was released:
    • in black and silver with Snake Eyes, the blue-trim Joe vs. Cobra version in the 2002 Wave 1 two-pack with Storm Shadow.
    • in black and silver with Snake Eyes, the green-trim Joe vs. Cobra version in the 2002 Wave 1.35 two-pack with Storm Shadow.
    • in white and red with Storm Shadow, the white-and-red Joe vs. Cobra version in the 2002 Wave 1 two-pack with Snake Eyes.
    • in black and silver with Snake Eyes, the black O-ring version reissued on the 2004 Wave 1 single card.
    • in black and silver with Ninja Trooper, in the 2004 Wave 5 two-pack with Night Creeper.
    • in grey and red with Storm Shadow, the grey-and-red Joe vs. Cobra version in the 2002 Wave 1.35 two-pack with Snake Eyes.
    • in dark brown and silver with Storm Shadow, the black-and-white Joe vs. Cobra version in the 2002 Wave 3 two-pack with Agent Scarlett, as well as his reissue on the 2004 Gum Bits single card.
    This backpack was released:
    • in red (+Sound Attack tab) with Blowtorch, the brown Joe vs. Cobra version in the 2002 Wave 3 two-pack with Snow Serpent.
    This scabbard backpack was released:
    • in black and silver with Snake Eyes, the grey O-ring version in the 2002 Wave 3 two-pack with Cobra Commander.
    • in black and silver with Snake Eyes, the black O-ring version in the 2002 Wave 3 two-pack with Cobra Commander, as well as his reissue with 2003 Mission Disc #2.
    • in black and silver with Kamakura, the Spy Troops version in the 2003 Wave 7 two-pack with Night Creeper.
    • in black and silver with Storm Shadow, the new-head comic version in the 2005 Marvel #21 three-pack.
    • in light blue and silver with Night Creeper, the light blue version in the 2003 Wave 7 two-pack with Kamakura.
    • in black with Snake Eyes, the grey Valor vs. Venom version in the 2004 Wave 1 two-pack with Storm Shadow.
    • in black with Snake Eyes, the blue-stripe Valor vs. Venom version with the black Ninja Lightning Cycle released in 2004.
    • in black with Storm Shadow, the black-stripes Valor vs. Venom version with the white Ninja Lightning Cycle released in 2004.
    • in black with Night Creeper, the green version in the 2004 Wave 5 two-pack with Ninja Trooper.
    • in black with Snake Eyes, the all-black Valor vs. Venom version on the 2005 Wave 3 single card.
    • in dark blue with Night Creeper, the dark blue version on the 2005 Wave 3 single card.
    This backpack was released:
    • in black with Cobra B.A.T. v3.2, the yellow visor/yellow hole version in the 2003 Wave 7 two-pack with Wide Scope.
    • in black with Cobra B.A.T. v3.2, the yellow visor/red hole version in the 2003 Wave 7.75 two-pack with Cobra Commander.
    • in black with Cobra B.A.T. v3.2, the gold version with the A.P.C. Transport released in 2004.
    • in black with Cobra B.A.T. v3.2, the red visor/red hole version on the 2004 Wave 1 single card.
    • in black with Cobra B.A.T. II v3.2, the red visor/yellow hole version in the 2004 Wave 5 two-pack with Cobra B.A.T. v4.
    • in black with Cobra B.A.T. v4, the blue version in the 2004 Wave 5 two-pack with Cobra B.A.T. II.
    • in black with Cobra B.A.T. v3, the green v3 version in the 2005 B.A.T. Attack six-pack.
    • in black with Cobra B.A.T. v4, the green v4 version in the 2005 B.A.T. Attack six-pack.
    This backpack was released:
    • in black and clear green with Heavy Water, the green version in the 2003 Wave 8 two-pack with Heavy Duty.
    • in black and clear yellow with Heavy Water, the neon 2004 G.I. Joe Collector's Club annual exclusive figure.
    This backpack was released:
    • in grey with Sergeant Airborne, the Spy Troops version in the 2003 Wave 8 two-pack with Tele-Viper (including on "Halo Jumper" cards).
    • in dark green with Wild Weasel, the red Valor vs. Venom version in the 2004 Wave 4 two-pack with Gung Ho.
    This backpack was released:
    • in red-brown with Scarlett, the green Valor vs. Venom version in the 2004 Wave 1 two-pack with Sand Scorpion.
    • in brown with Scarlett, the Desert Patrol Squad version in the 2004 Wave 5 two-pack with Switch Gears.
    This scabbard backpack was released:
    • in black with Scarlett, the green Valor vs. Venom version in the 2004 Wave 1 two-pack with Sand Scorpion.
    • in black with Scarlett, the Desert Patrol Squad version in the 2004 Wave 5 two-pack with Switch Gears.
    • in black with Scarlett, the black Valor vs. Venom version on the 2004 Wave 2 single card.
    • in bronze with Agent Jinx, the Valor vs. Venom version in the 2004 Wave 3 two-pack with Cobra Slice.
    This backpack was released:
    • in red with Sand Scorpion, the red version in the 2004 Wave 1 two-pack with Scarlett.
    • in gold with Neurotoxin, in the 2004 Wave 2 two-pack with Razor Trooper.
    • in gold with Sand Scorpion, the yellow version in the 2004 Wave 4 two-pack with Razor Trooper.
    This backpack was released:
    • in dark grey with Shipwreck, the dark blue version with the Piranha Attack Boat released in 2004.
    • in light green with Shipwreck, the green Valor vs. Venom version in the 2005 Wave 6 two-pack with Electric E.E.L.
    This scabbard backpack was released:
    • in black with Kamakura, the yellow-head version in the 2004 Wave 2 two-pack with Destro.
    This backpack was released:
    • in green and black with Hard Drive, in the 2004 Wave 2 two-pack with Baroness.
    This backpack was released:
    • in yellow and red with Tunnel Rat, the green Valor vs. Venom version in the 2004 Wave 3 two-pack with Electric E.E.L.
    This backpack was released:
    • in clear yellow with Electric E.E.L., the neon version in the 2004 Wave 3 two-pack with Tunnel Rat.
    This scabbard backpack was released:
    • in black with Kamakura, the grey-head version in the 2004 Wave 4 two-pack with Storm Shadow, as well as his reissue on the 2005 Wave 3 single card.
    • in black with Kamakura, the black-head version with the green Ninja Lightning Cycle released in 2005.
    This backpack was released:
    • in black and silver with Storm Shadow, the red stripes/yellow cuffs version in the 2004 Wave 4 two-pack with Kamakura.
    • in black and silver with Storm Shadow, the grey-stripes Valor vs. Venom version in the 2005 Ninja Battles set.
    • in black and silver with Storm Shadow, the red stripes/red cuffs version on the 2005 Wave 3 single card.
    This backpack was released:
    • in red and black with Dreadnok Torch, the Valor vs. Venom version in the 2005 Wave 6 two-pack with Sgt. Bazooka.
    • in dark green and black with Dragonsky, in the 2005 Steel Brigade convention three-pack.
    • in silver and black with Dragonsky, the comic version in the 2006 Marvel #101 three-pack.
    This backpack was released:
    • in grey and black with Tunnel Rat, the yellow Valor vs. Venom version in the 2005 Wave 6 two-pack with Razorclaw.
    This backpack was released:
    • in light green with Bombstrike, in the 2005 Wave 7 two-pack with Croc Master.
    This backpack was released:
    • in dark red with Crimson Guard, on the 2005 Direct-to-Consumer Wave 1 single card.
    This backpack was released:
    • in blue-grey and light green with Cobra B.A.T. v5, in the 2005 B.A.T. Attack six-pack.
    • in blue and red with Sky B.A.T., released at the 2008 G.I. Joe convention.
    This backpack was released:
    • in black with Guillotine, in the 2006 Plague Troopers vs. Steel Brigade six-pack.
    This backpack was released:
    • in black with Roadblock, the dark 25th-style version in the 2007 25th Anniversary G.I. Joe five-pack, as well as his reissue on 2007 Wave 4 single card.
    • in black with Cobra Night Watch Trooper, the medium-brown-hair version in the 2008 Cobra Night Watch five-pack.
    This backpack was released:
    • in light blue with Gung Ho, the blue 25th-style version in the 2007 25th Anniversary G.I. Joe five-pack, as well as his reissue on 2007 Wave 4 single card.
    • in light blue with Duke, reissued on the 2007 Wave 4 single card.
    • in bright green with Duke, the tan comic version in the 2008 Marvel #24 two-pack with Cobra Commander.
    • in green with Gung Ho, the green 25th-style version in the 2008 Marvel #64 comic two-pack with Cobra Commander.
    This backpack was released:
    • in black with Baroness, the wavy-hair version in the 2007 25th Anniversary Cobra five-pack.
    This backpack was released:
    • in grey and red with Buzzer, the 25th-style version on the 2007 Wave 2 single card.
    This backpack was released:
    • in black and dark red with Beachhead, the olive 25th-style version on the 2007 Wave 2 single card.
    • in black and red with Beachhead, the dark green 25th-style version on the 2009 Hall of Heroes single card.
    This backpack was released:
    • in blue and silver with Cobra Air Trooper, in the 2007 Cobra Legions five-pack, as well as his reissue on 2007 Wave 4 single card.
    • in grey and silver with Duke, the white-shirt version on the 2008 Wave 7 single card.
    • in metallic blue and silver with Sergeant Stalker, the yellow-green 25th-style version in the 2008 The M.A.S.S. Device DVD pack.
    • in metallic blue and silver (with flag) with Duke, the mustard-shirt version in the 2008 G.I. Joe: The Movie DVD pack.
    • in green and silver with Skyduster, the 25th-style version in the 2008 Senior Ranking Officers three-pack.
    • in dark green and graphite with Sergeant Stalker, the dark green 25th-style version in the 2008 Ultimate Battle Pack.
    This backpack was released:
    • in black with Zartan, the Devil's Due 25th-style version on the 2007 Wave 3 single card.
    • in black with Zartan, the red-pants 25th-style version on the 2008 Wave 11 single card.
    • in black and grey with Zartan, the glowing-vest 25th-style version in the 2009 Cobra five-pack.
    • in black and silver with Zartan, the dark-pants 25th-style version on the 2009 Hall of Heroes single card.
    This backpack was released:
    • in grey and black with Firefly, the grey 25th-style version on the 2007 Wave 3 single card.
    • in blue-grey and black with Firefly, the blue-grey 25th-style version in the 2008 Firefly vs. G.I. Joe Troopers five-pack.
    • in black with Firefly, the dark grey 25th-style version on the 2009 Hall of Heroes single card.
    This backpack was released:
    • in red with Crimson Guard, the black mask/black visor version on the 2008 Wave 5 single card.
    • in red with Crimson Guard, the removable helmet version in the 2008 Comic #32 1/2 two-pack with Scarred Cobra Officer.
    • in red with Crimson Guard Trooper, the black mask/silver visor version in the 2008 Senior Ranking Officers three-pack.
    • in red with Crimson Guard Officer, the gold-masked CG in the 2008 Senior Ranking Officers three-pack.
    • in red with Crimson Guard Squad Leader, the silver-vest CG in the 2008 Crimson Guard five-pack.
    • in red with Crimson Guard Trooper, the silver mask/black visor version in the 2008 Crimson Guard five-pack.
    • in black with Python Crimson Guard, on the 2008 Wave 12 single card.
    • in brown and silver with Crimson Guard, the tan version in the 2008 Desert Assault Squad seven-pack.
    • in cherry red and silver with Crimson Guard, the cherry-helmet version on the 2009 Hall of Heroes single card.
    This backpack was released:
    • in white with Snow Job, the 25th-style version on the 2008 Wave 5 single card.
    This backpack was released:
    • in silver with Sergeant Flash, the 25th-style version on the 2008 Wave 5 single card.
    • in olive with Corporal Breaker, the brown-hair 25th-style version in the 2008 Marvel #14 comic two-pack with Destro.
    • in black with Cobra Night Watch Trooper, the dark-brown-hair version in the 2008 Cobra Night Watch five-pack.
    This backpack was released:
    • in silver with Dreadnok Torch, the black 25th-style version in the 2008 Marvel #30 two-pack with Dreadnok Ripper.
    • in dark brown with Cobra Trooper, the flamethrower version in the 2008 Desert Assault Squad seven-pack.
    • in black with Dreadnok Torch, the brown 25th-style version on the 2009 Wave 13 single card.
    This backpack was released:
    • in silver with Dreadnok Ripper, the green 25th-style version in the 2008 Marvel #30 comic two-pack with Dreadnok Torch.
    • in black with Dreadnok Ripper, the yellow 25th-style version on the 2008 Wave 12 single card.
    This backpack was released:
    • in silver with Cobra Commander, the light armor version on the 2008 Wave 6 single card.
    • in dark silver with Cobra Commander, the dark armor version in the 2008 Marvel #64 comic two-pack with Gung Ho.
    This backpack was released:
    • in grey and dark red with Lieutenant Torpedo, the black 25th-style version on the 2008 Wave 6 single card.
    • in dark grey and orange with Lieutenant Torpedo, the yellow 25th-style version in the 2008 Senior Ranking Officers three-pack.
    • in black and dark red with Cobra Diver, on the 2008 Wave 12 single card.
    This backpack was released:
    • in black and dark red with Cobra Viper, the black-goggles 25th-style version on the 2008 Wave 7 single card.
    • in black and dark red with Cobra Viper, the black-goggles 25th-style version in the 2008 Marvel #86 comic two-pack with Iron Grenadier.
    • in grey and green with Cobra Viper, the red 25th-style version with the Cobra F.A.N.G./Cobra C.L.A.W. vehicle set released in 2008.
    • in black and silver with Cobra Viper, the long-sleeve 25th-style version in the 2008 Arctic Assault Squad seven-pack.
    • in black and red with Cobra Viper, the bright-blue chrome version in the 2009 Cobra five-pack.
    • in black and red with Cobra Viper, the dull-blue chrome version on the 2009 Hall of Heroes single card.
    • in grey with Python Patrol Viper, with the Conquest X-30 released in 2009.
    This backpack was released:
    • in silver with Spirit Iron-Knife, the 25th-style version on the 2008 Wave 7 single card.
    This backpack was released:
    • in silver with Snake Eyes, the crossed-swords 25th-style version on the 2008 Wave 7 single card.
    • in black with Snake Eyes, the grey crossed-swords version in the 2009 Greatest Battles DVD pack.
    This backpack was released:
    • in black with Major Bludd, the black-vest 25th-style version on the 2008 Wave 8 single card.
    • in black with Major Bludd, in the 2008 Desert Assault Squad seven-pack.
    • in silver with Major Bludd, the silver-vest 25th-style version in the 2008 The Pyramid of Darkness DVD pack.
    This backpack was released:
    • in olive with Snake Eyes, the arctic 25th-style version on the 2008 Wave 8 single card.
    This backpack was released:
    • in dark blue with Firefly, the comic 25th-style version in the 2008 Comic #4 two-pack with Storm Shadow.
    • in black with Cobra Officer, the tan version in the 2008 Desert Assault Squad seven-pack.
    • in grey with Firefly, the Resolute version on the 2009 Wave 13 single card.
    • in dark brown with Firefly, the dark grey 25th-style version on the 2009 Hall of Heroes single card.
    This backpack was released:
    • in black with Storm Shadow, the bare-chested 25th-style version in the 2008 Comic #4 two-pack with Firefly.
    • in silver and black with Cobra Ninja Viper, the 25th-style version on the 2008 Wave 12 single card.
    This backpack was released:
    • in green and tan with Red Star, the 25th-style version in the 2008 Comic #6 two-pack with Duke.
    This backpack was released:
    • in dark red and silver with Baroness, the diver version in the 2008 The M.A.S.S. Device DVD pack.
    This backpack was released:
    • in green with G.I. Joe Hawk, the dark brown 25th-style version on the 2008 Wave 9 single card.
    • in light green with G.I. Joe Hawk, the light brown 25th-style version in the 2009 G.I. Joe five-pack.
    This backpack was released:
    • in green with Sergeant Bazooka, the 25th-style version on the 2008 Wave 9 single card.
    • in grey with Snow Serpent Trooper, the silver-buckle combat version in the 2008 Arctic Assault Squad seven-pack.
    This backpack was released:
    • in dark grey with Barbecue, the 25th-style version on the 2008 Wave 9 single card.
    • in dark brown with Cobra Trooper, the Hazmat version in the 2008 Desert Assault Squad seven-pack.
    This backpack was released:
    • in white with Snow Serpent, the blue-buckle 25th-style version on the 2008 Wave 9 single card.
    • in white with Snow Serpent Trooper, the silver-buckle heavy weapons version in the 2008 Arctic Assault Squad seven-pack.
    • in white with Snow Serpent Officer, in the 2008 Arctic Assault Squad seven-pack.
    • in grey with Cobra Viper, the elbow-sleeve 25th-style version in the 2008 Arctic Assault Squad seven-pack.
    This backpack was released:
    • in silver and black with Cobra B.A.T., the green-grenade 25th-style version on the 2008 Wave 9 single card.
    • in silver and black with Cobra B.A.T., the red-knee version in the 2009 G.I. Joe Resolute five-pack.
    • in silver with Cobra B.A.T., the red-face 25th-style version in the 2008 Arise, Serpentor, Arise! DVD pack.
    • in silver with Cobra B.A.T., the gold-grenade version on the 2009 Hall of Heroes single card.
    This backpack was released:
    • in green with Nemesis Immortal, in the 2008 Comic #8 two-pack with Lt. Falcon.
    This backpack was released:
    • in dark red with Nemesis Immortal, in the 2008 Comic #8 two-pack with Lt. Falcon.
    This backpack was released:
    • in light green and tan with Lieutenant Falcon, the 25th-style version in the 2008 Comic #8 two-pack with Nemesis Immortal.
    • in blue and tan with Tele-Viper, the grey 25th-style version in the 2008 Arctic Assault Squad seven-pack.
    This backpack was released:
    • in light green with Tripwire, the 25th-style version in the 2008 Comic #9 two-pack with Cobra Commander, as well as his reissue on the 2008 Wave 12 single card.
    • in dark brown with Cobra Trooper, the mine detector version in the 2008 Desert Assault Squad seven-pack.
    This backpack was released:
    • in green and brown with Duke, the Tiger Force version on the 2008 Wave 10 single card.
    • in black with Duke, the Valor vs. Venom-style version in the 2009 Greatest Battles DVD pack.
    This backpack was released:
    • in silver with Croc Master, the 25th-style version on the 2008 Wave 10 single card.
    This backpack was released:
    • in brown with Mercenary Wraith, the silver version on the 2008 Wave 10 single card.
    • in clear blue with Mercenary Wraith, the clear version on the 2008 Wave 10 single card.
    This backpack was released:
    This backpack was released:
    • in tan and light green with Sergeant Airborne, the 25th-style version on the 2008 Wave 11 single card.
    This backpack was released:
    • in black and grey with Cobra Eel, the 25th-style version on the 2008 Wave 11 single card.
    This backpack was released:
    • in blue with Scarlett, the blue 25th-style version on the 2008 Wave 11 single card.
    This scabbard backpack was released:
    • in black and white (with white string) with Snake Eyes, the trainee version in the 2008 Comic #10 two-pack with Hard Master.
    • in black and white with Hard Master, in the 2008 Comic #10 two-pack with Snake Eyes.
    This backpack was released:
    • in black with Dusty, the 25th-style version in the 2008 Arise, Serpentor, Arise! DVD pack.
    This backpack was released:
    • in black with Quick Kick, the 25th-style version in the 2008 The Pyramid of Darkness DVD pack.
    This backpack was released:
    • in black with Alpine, the 25th-style version in the 2008 G.I. Joe: The Movie DVD pack.
    This backpack was released:
    • in black with Cobra Trooper, the blue Resolute version on the 2009 Wave 13 single card.
    • in black (with red peg) with Cobra Trooper, the red Resolute version in the 2009 G.I. Joe Resolute five-pack.
    • in black (with red peg) with Cobra Officer, the red version in the 2009 G.I. Joe Resolute five-pack.
    This backpack was released:
    • in yellow with Blowtorch, the 25th-style version on the 2009 Wave 13 single card.
    This backpack was released:
    • in silver with Destro, the red-and-blue version in the 2009 Resolute #1 comic two-pack with Shockblast.
    This backpack was released:
    • in black with Snake Eyes, the light-bandolier visor version in the 2009 G.I. Joe five-pack.
    This backpack was released:
    • in brown with Flint, the snarling 25th-style version in the 2009 G.I. Joe five-pack.
    • in brown and black with Flint, the dirty-boots 25th-style version on the 2009 Hall of Heroes single card.
    This backpack was released:
    • in black and silver with Duke, the grey Resolute version in the 2009 G.I. Joe Resolute five-pack.
    This backpack was released:
    • in silver with Cobra B.A.T., the gold-grenade version on the 2009 Hall of Heroes single card.

     

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