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Maxpedition Sitka S-type Gearslinger


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Foliage Green
  • Main compartment: 15 high x 8 wide x 3 thick with internal organization
  • Top front: 4 high x 7.5 wide x 2 thick with internal organization
  • Bottom front: 8 high x 7.5 wide x 2 thick with internal organization
  • Approximate Capacity: 618 cu. in.
  • Main compartment and hydration compartment can accept CCW accessories
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Maxpedition Sitka S-type Gearslinger (Foliage Green) + Maxpedition Universal CCW Holster (Black) + Maxpedition Dual Mag Ret Insert Blk
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Product Description

Left-side carry version of the famous Sitka Gearslinger. Single shoulder backpack designed to maximize utility when rotated towards front of body.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 8 x 16 x 12 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 2.3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B004V2LX0Y
  • Item model number: 0467
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (27 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #62,586 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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The materials are top notch as is the build quality.
Roadrunner
The back of the pack and shoulder strap are very well padded and feel comfortable even when loaded up.
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I carry it to work everyday with books and lunch in it.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on July 4, 2012
Color Name: Black Verified Purchase
I purchased the Maxpedition Sitka S-Type to use as an Every Day Carry (EDC) bag. I was torn between the Sitka and the Kodiak (Kodiac is reported to be the same bag, just bigger)as I'm approx. 6'1'' 255lbs and thought the smaller bag might look weird across my back. I'm glad I chose the Sitka. The bag holds it all with room to spare. I usually carry my iPad, Kindle, first aid kit, vitamins, flashlight, various electronics/chargers, water, food, and sometimes my CCW Weapon. The back of the pack and shoulder strap are very well padded and feel comfortable even when loaded up. You do need to be cautious about overloading the bag, since all the weight is on one shoulder, carrying too much can cause back strain and fatigue. One of the best things about this bag is its ability to swing around to your chest for easy access to the pockets/pouches. You can even use the bag as a working surface for writing/swapping batteries or memory cards/ect...One of the features that is often overlooked is the security strap for your zipper tabs. This is a great feature. When all of the zipper tabs are moved to the top of the bag(when its on your chest) there is a loop that you can run the zipper tabs through and tighten. Its not really lockable, but I imagine I would feel/hear if someone were trying to undo it in an effort to remove something from the pack while I was wearing it. The only negative I have for this bag would be that the pack seems to rest on my lower back, which means the key holder/stability strap buckle on the shoulder strap is too far up on my shoulder to really use. If I want to use the stability strap or key holder I have to really tighten down the strap and that makes it a bit more uncomfortable. That could just be b/c of my body shape though. Overall I'm very pleased with the Sitka and use it everyday.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on July 30, 2013
Color Name: Black Verified Purchase
I use this when biking or flying to carry anything I might want to have on me. I carry it to work everyday with books and lunch in it. I wouldn't use it for hiking as it is a little small for that. Plenty of places to tuck things in to in order to stay organized.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Roadrunner on December 31, 2012
Color Name: Khaki-Foliage Verified Purchase
I bought this pack because i was tired of lugging around a big backpack with my laptop. I have a nice Lenovo laptop and an iPad that both fit perfectly in this pack. The materials are top notch as is the build quality. There are lots of pockets and places to put stuff if you plan on going for a day hike as well. There are also a ton of Molle attachments if you want to add pouches to it as well. The one thing I noticed is the color - I ordered the Khaki-Foliage color but it's not really Khaki, it's more of a light Olive green. I ordered the CCW holster in Khaki as well and it doesn't match at all. I don't really care, the colors looks great and the CCW holster goes inside so you can't see it anyway. I just though it was odd that they'd call it "Khaki".
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Jay VINE VOICE on May 10, 2012
Color Name: OD Green Verified Purchase
I had never heard of Maxpedition until I started looking for BOBs and EDC bags. When it arrived I was extremely impressed with the craftsmanship that went into this bag. It is certainly high quality, and one should expect that at the price point for this bag. Being in the service, predicted material endurance is one thing that I look for in equipment of this type. This bag is pretty big, I don't know that I would want to wear it every day, or even have enough stuff to use it as an EDC bag. If I had a concealed carry license, this might be a better fit for me. For my use, it would be better for a day at the zoo or hiking maybe. I bought the S-type, being a lefty, but found that I would prefer to have the bag strapped over my left shoulder instead of the right. Just something to think about before you purchase. There are many good video reviews of this bag on Youtube; make sure you check them out if you are unfamiliar with the Gearslinger line.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By J. Castro on October 14, 2011
Color Name: Black Verified Purchase
It turned out to be what I was looking for, a little bigger
than I expected but due to the extra space I can carry a lot
more than I thought I could. Material is awesome and the pockets
and partitions come in very handy. Highly recommended as an edc
or light pack for other activities.

**Update 1/14**
After a few years of ownership, this bag still looks brand new. I've
used it as my go bag for quite sometime and it's held up well and
has harbored many a things. I don't use it as my go bag anymore
because I think that's a job for a 2 strap pack. Hiking or a long trek
becomes quite uncomfortable for a sling pack since it rests all its
weight to one side. Even with the strap that crosses the slug back
to the center I've found that I still need to adjust the carry. Great
bag though, uses for it though in my eyes is a light weight day
pack.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Alan Edwards on July 4, 2011
Color Name: Khaki Verified Purchase
Very nice quality, compact, yet can fit my macbook pro 13" (probably also a 15"). Zippers and pockets galore! Great product.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By outdoorsman56 on May 1, 2012
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I was really drawn to this pack for the single strap design that allows the user to sling the pack from their back to their chest. It turns out that I tend to sling the pack forward when I take a break from hiking... which is about the time anyone with a two strap backpack takes their pack completely off and accesses their gear just as easily as I do. When I do take the pack off I instantly feel how differential the strain is on one shoulder. I'm not a chiropractor or anything but I don't think heavy backpacks are good for your back in general and I really do not like having all the weight pull on one shoulder whether the pack is heavy or light. The Sitka is big enough that it will easily fit anything needed for a day hike but is also big enough that you can easily stuff it to where it is too heavy for comfort. If you are a manly man you might be thinking so what but I think that it would be better to carry that weight with two straps.

The Sitka is very durable and I doubt I could wear it out but I would still like it if Maxpedition stood by their work with a guarantee. The Sitka lacks specialized organization which leaves it open ended to the user. I ended up purchasing some hook and loop attachments to better organize my gear. Its nice to be able to do that but it felt like less of an option and adds to the overall cost of the pack. I had some quality control issues with mine. Mainly that the plastic clips on the shoulder strap and the stabilizer straps were turned the wrong way. The way the clips are designed they keep the straps from slipping. When they face the wrong way they allow the straps to slip as wide as possible and keep the user from adjusting the straps to their liking. I had to cut the ends of the straps, flip the clips around, and sew the straps back.
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