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Maxpedition Remora Gearslinger


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Khaki
  • Front pocket: 6" x 6" x 1" with divider, keyper, elastic loops, drainage grommet
  • Front slip pocket: 6" x 5"
  • Main compartment: 9" x 7" x 3" slightly tapered towards the top, front and back divider, internal loop field for CCW
  • Rear pocket: 6" x 8" with internal loop field for CCW, button closure
  • Modular webbing: 2 rows x 4 channels in front, 3 rows x 2 channels on both sides, 2 rows on shoulder strap.
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Maxpedition Remora Gearslinger, Khaki + Maxpedition Universal CCW Holster (Black) + Maxpedition Dual Mag Ret Insert Blk
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Product Description

The REMORA is the newest and smallest member of the Gearslinger line, designed to be light weight and comfortable yet, like all MAXPEDITION products, loaded with features and attachment points. Both the main and rear compartments have loop fields for attaching internal CCW accessories. Shoulder strap is ambidextrous and concealable. The REMORA can be piggy-backed onto larger packs using SlikClips.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 3 x 9 x 7 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B002XLH6T2
  • Item model number: 419
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (60 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #33,562 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

Plenty of room for everything you need.
Steve
He has a much more usable bag and I think it looks more manly and less dorky than his old fanny bag.
Thinking wondering dreaming
Well built w quality, heavy duty materials and feels very durable.
John R. Nunziato

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

30 of 32 people found the following review helpful By solocanoe on December 14, 2009
Color Name: Black
**Edit - update -2011
I traded away my Remora and went without a decent small bag for some time. I looked around a lot...but ended up just re-buying another Remora. I need a small bag when I am away from my EDC backpack.

My #1 plan is going to my son's baseball games and still wanting some 'stuff' with me...but not wanting to (or being able to at some places) to carry in my RUSH 24 backpack. A water bottle, wallet, phone, some bug spray and suncreen, gum, stuff like that...and still have room for the camcorder...this bag will be perfect for that and will remain 'ready' to go inside my backpack.

Re-reading the review I posted it's funny - I WAS sold on the single strap..when I had the Remora - it kept the size/weight down. I ended up moving past the Sitka and to a full backpack where I'm happy. Then I'll pull out this little guy for the times when it fits. **edit over

I have carried this most all of 2009. A Maxpedtion Fatboy Versipack hangs unused in my closet - not enough room for stuff, and A Jumbo Versipack is in my truck loaded up with stuff I want in there...the funny thing is, I can ALMOST get everything from the jumbo into this much-easier-to-carry-Remora. The inside will hold a camelback bottle (tall wise) and the many pocket organzier places make it easy to put lots of stuff "in it's own place" without having to use extra organizers.

It rides pretty flat when you don't have a lot in it - and it expands like crazy when you need to stuff it. Well, crazy for it's size, anyway.

The Molle attacments make this easy to add stuff on all 3 sides. I have put on my Maxpedition M-2 pack, when it needed to move "outside" the pack to make room for something in the middle. A couple Molle straps carried inside make this an easy fix.
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Tradecraft TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on February 2, 2010
The Maxpedition Remora Gearslinger is a top quality product from Maxpedition. If you are looking for a small, rugged, well designed, extremely strong and durable product then look no further than Maxpedition. They offer lots of gear that is some of the best around. The Remora is Maxpeditions smallest pack in the Gearslinger series. It is made from 1000-Denier water and abrasion resistant light-weight ballistic nylon fabric which is durable and strong. The YKK #10 zippers are strong, dependable and function flawlessly.

I used the Remora regularly as my Every Day Carry (EDC) bag but it was a little to small for me as it holds about 225 cubic inches of gear. I eventually moved up to the Lunada Gearslinger which holds about 390 cubic inches of gear. The shoulder strap is adjustable and can be used on either shoulder which helps to reduce shoulder fatigue.

The main and rear compartments have loop fields for attaching internal CCW accessories. The Remora is "low key" which provides good usability as a CCW platform. The main compartment is large enough to store must need items but remember you are limited to 225 cubic inches. There is also a front pocket and a front slip pocket to fit other smaller items that you may need.

Maxpedition products are designed for hard use, durability and a long product life. Many of the other larger companies cannot and do not match the quality of Maxpedition. I highly recommend Maxpedition products.
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21 of 27 people found the following review helpful By J.Taylor on March 27, 2012
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Given the amount of overwhelmingly positive reviews I came across for this bag and Maxpedition products in general, my expectations were very high. It has occurred to me that perhaps those expectations were set TOO high, but given the high price of these bags, it seems a fair request that they be met. I like to believe that you get what you pay for, and I always err on the more expensive side if it gets me noticably higher quality. People rave about the quality of Maxpedition bags, and I will say that the material itself seems very tough, but the accuracy and precision in the stitching is nothing impressive - several areas of stitching are pretty sloppy and misaligned. For instance, the lowest row of molle webbing on the left side of my bag is super crooked and not parallel with the rows above it - no excuse for that. There just doesn't appear to be a proportional quality increase over other equivalent products that are 30-50% cheaper. The Maxpedition Remora has an MSRP of 90$, and in my opinion that's asking a lot, especially for a bag as small and simple as this one that is made in Asia. Guys who are concerned that wearing this "murse" might be a bit emasculating should honestly be MORE embarassed to admit how much they paid for it. Men like to poke fun at women who buy expensive designer handbags, and I never really understood it either...that is until I bought the Remora. So really the only "girly" thing to be concerned about here is having to admit to spending near of 100$ on a tactical purse. Thankfully Amazon is cool enough to sell it for 20$ less than MSRP and with free shipping too; that helps relieve some of the sting. Is this bag worth the full 90$? I would say not at all. Is it worth 70$? I would say hardly, or perhaps just barely.Read more ›
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Reshma on July 26, 2013
Color Name: Foliage Grn
Perfect size for my ipad mini. Carries ipad, keys, headphones, wallet, flashlight, extra mag and my glock 27 or 30 with ease. I use both the back pocket and main inside pocket for my ccw depending on the situation. I recommend the SNEAK holster for proper weapon retention.
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