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Maxpedition Lunada Gearslinger

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  • Fabric/Nylon
  • Main compartment: 12 x 8 x 3 slightly tapered towards the tops, front and back divider
  • Front lower pocket: 8 x 7 x 1.5 with divider, elastic organizer loops, key retention, and drainage grommet
  • Front slip pocket: 6.5 x 5.5, YKK zipper closure
  • Rear pocket: 6 x 8 with internal loop field for CCW, button closure
  • Modular webbing: 2 rows x 4 channels in front, 4 rows x 2 channels on both sides, 2 sets of 2 rows on shoulder strap
  • Internal loop field for CCW, inner organizer pocket, YKK10 zipper closure, drainage grommet
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The LUNADA GEARSLINGER is a step up in size from our bestselling Remora and is our most advanced Gearlinger to date

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 3 x 12 x 8 inches ; 1.6 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.7 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B002XLF694
  • Item model number: 422
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (82 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #37,172 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Doubles on June 23, 2011
Color: Khaki
Very well-constructed product. Helps keep your kit organized. With some planning, you can fit a decent amount of gear inside, and the molle webbing on outside allows for added storage/carrying options. I have to admit that carrying the bag gearslinger style is fine, but it's not exactly all that comfortable, especially if your wearing only a tshirt or a thin shirt/fleece. The extra stability strap helps though and overall the gearslinger style offers some versatile carrying otions. I dig the availability of the molle/webbing for adding attachments. The bag is not that big though, and manuevering inside the main compartment can be a little tight. I recommend finding yourself a good pouch (EDC Pouch or Fatty) and stowing some items inside that and then stowing the pouch inside the main compartment of the Lunada - you'll still have some room inside the main compartment for a few other things and your critical items will be available when you need them and not stuffed down into the bottom of the main compartment. Also, don't plan on attaching any large items to the outside of the pack via the webbing. The body of the Lunada is just not large enough to support bigger items/pouches. Maybe a mini rollypoly for a bottle holder on one side and a MM rollypoly or vertical gp pouch on the other side for extra storage... Just my thoughts...but that's one of the great things about maxped gear, you can use your imagination and come up with various configurations to suit your individual needs...Overall this is a very tough, durable, and functional bag....just plan ahead before you start packing your gear and you'll be able to get the most out of this well-done Lunada.
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By BB on August 4, 2012
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I was originally considering the Maxpedition Remora Gearslinger as an iPad carrying case. I was disappointed to read that the inside compartment wasn't large enough, and that I'd need to get the next larger case - the Lunada. I didn't want something too large, but it turns out the Lunada is still very compact and fits the iPad 2 in an Otterbox Defender just perfectly. There's about a half inch to spare on each side, and two inches on top. Not only does it fit the iPad without any trouble, there's still plenty of room to make this an overnight bag, pack miscellaneous gear, etc.

There are a few different configurations to wear/carry the bag: left or right shoulder, around the waist, or tuck away the shoulder straps and carry around the handle. I love the fact that the bag stands upright on its own and doesn't slouch or fall over.

The construction feels very strong like all Maxpedition products. I have other Maxpedition bags and they seriously look like they have no wear/tear. This is the bag to get.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Steve Barrie on May 7, 2012
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I ordered this and the Malaga because I wasn't sure if the Lunada would be large enough for my needs, and Maxpedition's gear can sometimes appear larger than it really is on their website. The Lunada actually holds much more gear than I imagined, so I will likely set aside the Malaga for when I have to travel and lug more gear.

Overall the bag is very well setup and has the typical Max attention to detail and features, allowing for a high degree of flexibility and convenience for gear storage. I'm typically carrying an iPad and/or a 10" Droid tablet, both in fairly hefty cases (folding folio-style leather cases), plus odds and ends related to computer repair. Both tablets fit perfectly in both the main compartment of the bag, and also in the exterior CCW pocket which rides closest to my back when carrying. The latter has the advantage of allowing me to secure the tablet with the snap strap, making it very handy to get to without opening up the bag. This would obviously not be an option if you have something beefier like an Otterbox or similar case. I find the Lunada to be slightly more comfortable than the Malaga with the same load-out, but both are excellent bags. I highly recommend the Lunada for lightweight commuting/EDC-type applications, especially when you strap on a Max mini-dump pouch for when you need to carry a water bottle. These are perfect because they roll up into a very small package when not in use, but will accomodate a 32 Oz Nalgene when unrolled.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By R. Wanamaker on November 14, 2012
I received the black version of this bag as a gift from my Dad two years ago. I use it commuting to and from work every day on a Honda Ruckus scooter, and the bag still looks virtually the same as the day I got it. This is quite possibly the best bag I've ever owned and I will likely be able to hand it down to my kids. It is surprisingly roomy and has a multitude of pockets, most of which have internal elastic straps to keep your stuff from shifting around.

As others have mentioned the main compartment is not large enough to fit 8.5x11 paper items so don't expect to use this as a book bag. If you need that capability go one size up to the Malaga. The Malaga wasn't yet created when I got this bag and if I had to do it all over I'd probably get that instead as it would allow me to carry full sized sketchbooks. The trade-off is I'd probably overfill the Malaga and be carrying more weight around.

These bags are mil-spec quality but don't let that deter you from purchasing it as it is infinitely versatile and not specific to military/law enforcement/survival use. At any given moment I am carrying:

10" Android tablet
Lunch containers
Two sets of headphones in respective cases
Charging gear for said tablet and cell phone.
3 USB sticks
Nail clippers
Small Sewing kit
Plastic baggies (I live in Florida and like my gear to be dry)
Travel case for various medication
Hands free LED Head lamp
Emergency Chemlight
Granola Bar
Gerber Multi-tool.
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