5.11 Tactical Rush Delivery MIKE Messenger Style Bag
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- 100% Nylon
- Water Resistant 1050D Nylon Construction Durable Duraflex Hardware And YKK Zipper Hardware
- Web Platforms On Front And Sides; Molle, Slick stick, And Back-Up Belt System Compatible
- Quick-Access Admin Panel
- Padded Laptop Sleeve And Luggage Handle Attachment
- Dimensions - main compartment 11” H x 14” L x 2.5” D, water bottle pocket 8.75” x 3”, 385 cubic inch / 6 liter total capacity.
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At 9.5" High, 14" Long, And 3.5" Deep, The Rush Delivery - Mike Is The Perfect Size For Field Deployment Or Tactical Support. Built From Toughened 1050D Nylon To Ensure Resilience And Weather Resistance, The Rush Delivery Keeps Your Tactical Gear Safe, Secure, And Easy To Carry In Any Environment. Storage Compartments Include A Padded Laptop Sleeve, A Quick-Draw Compartment Designed To Hold A Sidearm, A Roomy Main Storage Area, And A Quick-Access Admin Panel That Secures Your Keys, Business Cards, And Flashlight. The Wrap-Around Web Platform Is Compatible With Molle, 5.11 Slick stick, And 5.11 Back-Up Belt System Modular Storage Upgrades, While The Cross-Body Stabilizing Strap And Ambidextrous Design Allow Quick And Easy Shoulder Switching.
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Center your system around small items. I have a 13" Lenovo Chromebook in the laptop pouch, it is able to do everything I need. Next, I have a one-inch binder with all my current school work and notes, I clean my binder out every once in a while to keep it from getting full. Graphing calculator and a Pocket Ref Book (All men should have one) after that. in the front organizer pockets, you can fit quite a lot, I have my phone charger, two pencils, a pen, and a sharpie, flash drive, spare $20, and a lighter. Strapped to the molle on the left side I have a leatherman sheath with fire steel, Victorinox climber, and a Streamlight micro stream. On the other molle, I have an expedition pouch with my First aid kit with the basics, a quick clot sponge (life saver here) back up pencil, flashlight, sharpie, folding knife, razor, chapstick etc. On the top flap, I have back up batteries, Bluetooth speaker, and my laptop charger.
It has shown NO signs of where in a year so I am impressed. Love 5.11 and will buy many more products from them.
Inside has a padded divider and a Velcro to protect and separate your Laptop, another padded divider to separate your documents, junk files or gadgets/chargers you must have to carry around at all times. Also two smaller pocket with two zippered mesh pocket on top of it and two more smaller pocket covered with velcro.
Here is the downside, remember this bag is only 3.5" deep, with all that I mention above this bag is actually half full already when I took it out of the box lol. This bag taught me how to travel LIGHT and thankful that my computer can last most of the day without the charger so all I carry is my 13" MacBook and few other documents. Another inch deeper like 4.5" deep would make this a perfect bag for me.
One missing feature I wish 5.11 would have included is some velcro silencing strips for the front velcro - I hate the loud noise the velcro makes every time I open the front flap. It's an easy fix - I've repurposed some extra name tags and service tags I had laying around to cover up the velcro with, so it's not a big deal. But it would have been nice if 5.11 included some spare velcro silencer strips, especially considering the price tag on this bag.
My chief complaint is the space in the main compartment. There's very little depth to the bag overall, so while this is excellent for books, papers, and smaller items, anything with any sizable bulk (like a small food container) sits awkwardly inside, causing the bag to bow out. I think there may be too many dividers at the sacrifice of any larger, catch-all compartment for storing a bulky item like a jacket (even folded relatively flat).
The loop velcro also traps and holds water, so while the bag keeps the interior relatively dry, the outside gets pretty soaked in even a light misting rain. To fix this, I made a velcroed cover out of an old rain coat to slap on the bag when the weather gets bad.
The strap buckles to open and collapse the drink holders are also a bit sticky and awkward to operate, but the similar straps on the bottom of the bag work very well. I strap an umbrella along the bottom in rainy season.