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- 100% Nylon
- The MOAB 10 Shoulder Sling Bag is a fully customizable tactical bag with adjustable cushioned shoulder strap made of water resistant sturdy, lightweight 1050D nylon.
- This Military sling pack is loaded with coms pockets at the shoulder, covert tactec pocket at the rear, and a secondary double zip pocket. The shoulder back pack sling bag is roomy with organized storage area.
- MOLLE ready sling pack has multiple interior admin and stash pockets and features a hydration pocket with pass through port. A sturdy grip handle and comfortable compression straps make this made ideal for an operational bug out bag.
- Equipped with 5.11 Tier System which integrates with other 5.11 RUSH tactical bags. Hook and loop flag patch, YKK self-healing zippers with a fleece lined sunglass pocket make this tactical sling bag ready for action.
- The 511 MOAB 10 sling bag backpack can be used as a multipurpose pack, survival bug out bag, range or hunting bag, army or military backpack, tactical sling pack, hiking rucksack, or as an everyday shoulder backpack.
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5.11 Tactical Rush MOAB 10 Sling Pack 18L
Style# 56964 Sling Crossbody Bag
Part of the Rush Backpack series, the MOAB 10 is fully ambidextrous, high-performance sling pack loaded with tactical CCW utility. Featuring a covert pocket at the rear sized for a sidearm, a coms pockets at the shoulder, fleece-lined sunglasses pocket , a pocket built for a 1.5 liter hydration bladder, an admin panel , and an interior compartment perfectly sized for a tablet and accessories, the MOAB 10 is ideal for everyday and operational needs. This bag was born ready.
- Main Compartment - 18.25" H x 9" L x 7.25" D. Front pocket - 12.5” H x 8” L x 2” D. Total Capacity - 1,093 cubic inch / 18-liter. Weight - 2.6 lbs. 5.11 Tier System integrates with other RUSH bags
- Fully customizable tactical go bag with Covert TacTec pocket at rear
- Sturdy, lightweight 1050D nylon with Multiple interior admin and stash pockets
- Hydration pocket with pass-through port
- Fleece lined sunglass pocket and Water resistant treatment
- Ideal for recreational use or as an operational bug out bag
- Hook and loop flag patch with YKK self-healing zippers
- Adjustable cushioned shoulder strap with Comfortable compression straps
5.11 Tactical Rush MOAB 10 Sling Pack 18L Unique Features
Fleece lined sunglass or phone pocket
Hydration pocket with pass-through port
Multiple interior admin and stash pockets
Comfortable compression straps
5.11 Tactical Rush MOAB 10 Sling Pack 18L in Action
|5.11 Tactical D-Ring Grimlock Carabiners||5.11 Tactical H2O Bottle Carrier||5.11 Tactical Multi-Compartment Mesh Pockets Medical Pouch||5.11 Tactical Expandable Large Drop Pouch||5.11 Tactical USA Safe Flag Patch|
|5.11 MOLLE Compatible||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Attachment Type||Grimlock||5.11 SlickStick System||5.11 SlickStick System||5.11 SlickStick System||Hook and Loop|
The MOAB 10 is part of the RUSH series of premium quality gear packs from 5.11 Tactical that gives you plenty of room for gear and accessories while offering extensive modular storage expandability that allows you to determine how your kit should be organized. Main Compartment:18.25” H x 9” L x 5.25” D main compartment; Front Compartment:12.5” x 8” x 2”; Shoulder Strap Pocket:5” x 3.5” x 1.75”; Liter Hydration Pocket:9.5” x 9” 1 liter hydration pocket.
- Department : Mens
- Manufacturer : 5.11
- Product Dimensions : 9 x 5.25 x 18.25 inches
- ASIN : B005AG4O42
- Item model number : ACKAM115
- Date First Available : June 29, 2011
- Customer Reviews:
Will only ship to continental usa
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|Item Dimensions||9.00 x 5.25 x 18.25 inches||12.50 x 5.25 x 18.00 inches||3.00 x 10.00 x 12.00 inches||12.50 x 5.25 x 18.00 inches|
|Item Weight||7.05 ounces||0.88 lbs||1.40 lbs||2.20 lbs|
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Also worth noting- 5.11 will not warranty any product purchased on Amazon, it says so on their warranty page. So just above this review, in the product FAQ, the “Lifetime” warranty that authorized seller “Wether the Storm” refers to does not apply to this pack.
When the main strap broke and the pack fell on the ground with my tablet in it, no amount of cushion saved my tablet. Adding insult to injury, because I bought the pack from Amazon, 5.11 refused to warranty my pack. They also informed me that the broken strap was considered “normal wear and tear”, and they said that the pack only had a one year warranty to begin with, which based on their general warranty page, I cannot see how they came to that conclusion. Lots of misinformation.
The bag has a cool design concept. It is made of material that seems extremely durable. The zippers are robust. There are so many interior pockets of all shapes and sizes, I cannot imagine anyone using all of them, but I can imagine everyone using some of them. The coolest thing is the hidden compartment for CCW. There is a hydration holes and compartment. There is a large main compartment and a handy secondary compartment. Think rain gear and water bottles not overnight use. The padded sunglass zipper is nice and the phone compartment on the strap is handy. I really liked the molle style webbing, you can attach a water bottle holder or whatever.
As others have stated if you put any kind of weight in this you will notice it digging in a bit on your neck. This may be different to different shaped people though. I kept it light mostly medical and clothes. So it was not really and issue.
So why the one star?
After using this bag maybe 10 times total, I was walking on a trail and the main strap just broke completely off and the bag crashed to the ground behind me. Now I did not have a CCW in there, but it is unlikely you will want your weapon dropped. Or if you were riding a motorcycle, this could have caused an accident on a freeway.
So what went wrong? The main strap which is the only strap since it is a sling style bag, ripped off where the bottom webbing attaches. You can clearly see that it was only sewn on with a few stitches of thread. This area should be super reinforced, since it is the main strap. Mine had about 4 stitches in it.
Product defects happen - one star seems harsh you say!
Customer service was terrible! I feel like there is no integrity of the products.
So I emailed 5.11 the same day with no response. I called the next day and was told that they would email me a return label and replace the pack with a new one. Instead I get an email asking for photos of the damage. So I take and send the photos.
Then I get an email saying the want to see if they can repair the bag in-house instead of replace it. I figure if the person who sewed my bag was lazy with one part they may have goofed up other parts too. So I would rather have a new one - but they insist. Now they have to check with a repair person to see if it can be repaired.
Then I get emailed by another rep who is shocked this could have happened, claims it is because I overloaded it and also wants me to email them photos and wants to know the weight of what I was carrying. It is still packed the same way it was so I drop it on my digital scale and it is a whopping 10lbs including the bad weight. I send her more photos and the weight she requested.
Another day passes and I reach out again and they say they will replace the bag.
Now it has been a week and I get an email saying they want to repair the bag, not replace the bag. So I have to box it up and send it off. The email reads it will take 3-4 weeks.
It should not take an entire week to process a return or in this case an unwanted repair - but it did.
So today it is boxed and on its way. Whether it comes back I honestly do not care anymore. I feel the bag can never be trusted not to break and the customer service was so poor, I have lost interest in 5.11 products - which is a shame because I was looking forward to buying the Rush 24 and the double rifle bag they offer, but now not so much.... (Except for their boxer briefs - those are outstanding!)
Top international reviews
This bag has travelled with me extensively across Egypt for the last year; it's tough!
You can put it over either shoulder but I cut off the strap offering right shoulder wear to cut back on weight and improve space a little, I've customised mine further with moral patches and a portapow single plate solar panel...I now have a multi purpose EDC bag that can charge my phone, tablet, battery charger, desk fan and USB LED lamp...
A word of caution....customising this urban military grade bag in the way I've described will draw attention from EgyptIan customs and secret police, who'll quickly discover they want one too...
For you American types there's a hidden pocket that will service your Glock. .. I put other stuff in that and to date its a pocket that has never been discovered on any customs type search...so best to disclose it and they'll like you all the more for it.
It's not the biggest bag and it's meant to cover your needs for 10 hours hence it's name...but with careful planning you'll get a lot more in it ... I love it.
Don't be American; don't stuff it with all manner of apocalypse ready zombie killer stuff or you'll hate wearing it quickly... I review my carriage in accordance with my daily needs and location ie, in the UK I carry a foldable brolly a tac torch tac pen and a foldable jacket...In Egypt I carry a hydration pack, soap and a baton etc etc.
Good quality American product.
Hope this helps.
It's seems well made and as I can tell the stitching and material is pretty good quality. I've no doubt it will last me quite some time.
A few points of interest:
-The pocket on the strap is in kind of an odd place. I'd much rather it was on the front of the strap as it would make it far more practical. It fits my phone but I think you'd struggle with larger ones such as the bigger iphones and the like. The pass through cable port is all well and good but I'd much rather have direct access to the pocket without having to take it off the bag and unplug my headphones. It's kind of a pain.
-The molle webbing is very handy. I run a little heavy loaded sometimes and sometimes it's a lot easier to just tie or clip things on there when you don't have room for in the bag.
-There are lots of pockets and internally and whilst this is good when you're fully loaded the utility of them is somewhat reduced as the load flattens them out.
- The space in the main compartment is decent I can fit a couple of camera bodies 2 big tele lenses a few primes and 2 flash units. To get the full capacity you're going to need to remove the plastic panel they use to stiffen the back ( more on this next)
-The sling is comfortable but it can be a bit of a pain in that it can hang quite low if you've got heavy items in there. There's a plastic panel in the back that was causing me a decent bit of discomfort as it's shaped and dug in my back. I'm happy to say however this can be removed and it makes it a lot more comfortable. It's a hell of a snug fit and getting it out takes a lot of force! When you've removed it though it is frees up a lot of internal space in the bag which was inaccessible to place larger items.
It's a perfectly fine bag but I'm not sure I'd buy this again as I think there may be better alternatives out there from the Vanqest or Maxpedition lines but they are a lot more expensive too. For the money I guess this is fine.
I’ve been using a Tamrac 5534 camera bag designed for an SLR and four lenses as my bag of choice – it’s a messenger type bag but not too big and it just about took all my bits and pieces. However, I saw that 5.11 had a shoulder sling bag and knowing how good the Rush 12 was I bought it.
It’s excellent. Something unique is the ambidextrous sling-style shoulder strap, accommodating either a left or right-handed user. The bag can also be spun around from the back to the chest while being worn, making it easy to work out of, or to access what the advertising blub calls “the hidden weapon pocket”. If you go on You Tube you’ll see a few videos introducing the bag. The “hidden weapon pocket” is between the front main pouch and the main compartment and is closed with Velcro. On You Tube the demonstrators show how it takes a gun (typical American) and if I make a short film I’ll show how it takes a sketchbook and pencils! It’s all about being quick on the draw isn’t it?
I like the buckle system on the base that takes a jacket, the lined pocket for your glasses and the way the pocket openings can be in just the right place no matter whether you’re right or left handed. A lot of thought has gone into this bag. I also prefer it to the Tamrac because the shoulder strap is wider and less wearing when the bag’s heavy.
On the downside the special pocket on the top of the bag for your phone or MP3 player is too small for the iPhone 6 (the normal one) which is a shame because there’s an outlet for headsets. You’ll also need a rain cover for the bag – there isn’t one provided. Apart from that you could nit-pick at minor things but overall it’s excellent. The flag and name tape Velcro patches is an new one for me so I’ve bought some Union Jacks and a couple of funnies from the web so they get used.
Would I recommend it? Absolutely. It’s here to stay. Does anyone want to buy my Tamrac?
Moab 10: Very well made, sturdy construction,comfortable when positioned correctly. However this is one of those packs that seems like you can carry more than you actually can. You can fit a fair bit of kit in it however you lose functionality. i.e. if you use the capacity of the front organisation pocket you are not really going to have much access to the concealed pocket ( I just have a 7" tablet in it and find it a struggle to remove when the front pocket is full) so not much use if you're military /police etc carrying a pistol in it. (Odd as this is it's tactical selling point)The hydration pouch also encroaches in to the main compartment when full.
So: If you want this pack to carry general day to day items 15" laptop, netbook,general pads,paper,camera,jacket,first aid kit etc etc it's great. If it's for military / concealed carry etc I'm not sure I'd find it that useful unless it was pretty much empty! That said it's great quality and just right for wandering about with. Hope this helps! :)
Update: I have now tested this as a (Mobile operations attachment bag...attached ). As a small pack on it's own it's good but attached to a Rush 24 or 72 when both have kit in them is not at all practical and frankly looks very silly. Nice idea in theory but a bit daft in reality.(Having several feet of bags wobbling about behind you is'nt good for balance or your back) Notice in the 5.11 or YouTube demos of the tier system both packs are basically empty or just have light packing material in them.
The strap is fully adjustable and has a large padded section that can be removed if necessary. At the top of the strap is a pouch with an internal elasticated loop for phones / MP3 players / radios / whatever. The bag can also be used with the "5.11 RUSH Tier system", which allows it to be attached securely to a larger 5.11 RUSH backpack.
The material is strong 1050D cordura which is water resistant, but not waterproof. An aftermarket rain cover can be purchased to keep the rain and dust at bay. As with all 5.11 bags, there's a drainage hole on the bottom.
Yes they are expensive but look at the reviews. Everyone says the same thing. These packs are the very best I've come across and that's saying something as I've used everything from Services equipment when I was in right through to top of the line TUMI and others and this is the best. The straps and materials are brilliant. Everything fits perfectly, there's so much configuration control and this one is perfect for work as I throw my 13" laptop in here and a bundle of A4 document packs and it all slots in no problem. There's also a couple of hidden and concealed spots that allow you to keep something's out of view and people finding it without them being very thorough and systematic. The bag can even carry a fluids bladder !
I'm gushing a bit here but this is my second bag and it's not my last either. I'm really starting to like this company and the superb level of quality. They say you get what you pay for ... well you definitely do in this case.
The only negative point is the comms pack on the strap won't take an iPhone 6+. Really was very very surprised by this as 5.11 just don't miss a trick when it comes to their kit.
The main compartment is deep enough for a DSLR and the multitude of pockets and dividing spaces means it is childsplay to find the accessory you want. The bag is very comfortable (even with all the items above in it) and if you shorten the shoulder strap, it is possible to carry it over 1 shoulder. This bag really comes into its own when travelling and a quick pull of the strap means that everything is right in front of you and accessible.
The front pouch can hold a book, writing implements and odds and ends, while the fleece-lined sunglasses pocket is good for... well, guess! There is a Velcro-secured port for the drinking tube of a hydration bladder, but if used it prevents effective use of the sunglasses pocket. There's a palm-sized zippered pouch at the top of the strap - you'd think it would be ideal for a mobile phone or camera but it ends up behind you when the bag is worn, so it isn't very accessible in practice. It has a port for a headphone plug, though.
The bag is very handy to carry, either slung diagonally or over one shoulder backpack-style for short distances. The strap is well padded, but I wouldn't want to use it for heavy loads or while running. The design is fully ambidextrous, there's an attachment point for the main strap on either side - good news for southpaws.The bag doesn't tend to slip down on me and the strap doesn't rub against my neck. (I'm 5'9" with wide shoulders.)
Some reviewers *cough*Americans*cough* love the hidden Velcro-secured pocket between the two main sections. It can hold a full-framed Glock-17, which is apparently a jolly good thing, Me, I just stow a water bottle in there, it's easy to get at.
The bag is covered with MOLLE webbing for adding extra pouches and stowage. I prefer to keep my bag compact and streamlined, but it's nice to have the option and the webbing looks pretty cool. I'm a fan of the three Velcro areas (one on strap pouch, two on back) and it's fun to switch out morale patches. Variety is the spice of life, and all that.
Now, one question that has perplexed potential 5.11 purchasers through the ages is: 'What the heck is Double-Tap?' As someone who took the chance and ordered the MOAB 10 in this colour, I can reveal that the bag's nylon fabric is a very nice dark grey,while the MOLLE webbing and other fixtures are black. It's basically "black, but not so boring". No regrets!
A great bag for commuting, and I look forward to using it for day hikes and as a carry-on too. As the satisfied owner of the 5.11 Rush 24 backpack, it's also nice to have the ability to attach the MOAB 10 to its big brother with the included straps.
So, the MOAB 10: a lot of bag for your buck!
I only wish it had a stabilisation strap it just seems incomplete without one.
Also the comms pouch is tiny it will fit my samsung s7 barely but you can't fit headphones plugged into it as well and it's awkwardly placed that you can't really get to it without taking the bag off but it's great if you have wireless headphones.
The sunglasses pouch is great but quite tight so you have to be carefull placing glasses in as not to scratch the frames on the zips.
I have a rush 12 but will be using this on a more daily basis.
The multi tether points are perfect for adding extra bags.
Gun compartment used for hiding phone or other more expensive items that can be accessed the quickest.
Geil! ...und doch am fluchen über manche Dinge, die besser sein könnten.
Nach dem auspacken stellt man fest: 5.11 bietet immer eine überragende Qualität. Dieser Slinger wiegt mehr als die meisten einfachen Rucksäcke - und das jeweils ohne Inhalt !
Taschen und Netze zum verstauen sind genug vorhanden, allerdings liegen mehrere Compartments direkt übereinander und somit wird es mit allem was drin ist auch immer dicker und strammer - also weg vom "Semper Fi"-Syndrom und etwas bewusster packen.
nach dem ich dann alles vollgepackt hatte, mit dem was man im nächten halben Jahr vorraussichtlich braucht: Boah, ist das schwer ! oO (heisst: es geht genug rein).
Auf den Rücken geworfen und festgestellt, dass der Slinger sehr gut gepolstert ist- allerdings rutscht das Ding auch wie Sau und sucht sich automatisch eine Ruhestellung, welche aber nicht unbedingt für den Träger bequem sein muss. Hier macht sich genau das bemerkbar, was andere schon kritisiert haben und auch schon Problemlösungen zu erarbeitet haben: ein stabilisieren ist nicht möglich ( wie zB bei Hazard4) wegen eines fehlenden abgehenden Gurtes mit zweiter Schnalle ODER ein Bauchgurt (ich werde beides ausprobieren, um mein Optimum zu finden).
Q.: Warum dann nicht gleich einen Rucksack ?
A: Ich möchte mein Gepäck nicht immer absetzen, um etwas rauszuholen (Notiz an mich selber: Ich möchte ja auch noch die Umhängetasche^^)
Die Variante des selbstzurechtbastelns aus dem beiliegenden TIER-System hab ich mir angeschaut- kneift mir aber wahrscheinlich zu sehr unter den Achseln. Diesbzgl. werde ich ein Update posten, sobald ich eine (für mich) akzeptable Lösung gefunden habe.
Der Y-Gurt untendrunter stört mich bisher nicht, aber die Offenbarung zeigt sich hoffentlich noch.
Patchfläche: Ja bitte - kann ruhig mehr sein - aber hier passt schonmal gut was drauf :)
Klettverschluss: sehr kräftig, empfindliche Nagelbetten tragen bestimmt ihre Spuren davon. Hier interesssiert mich insbesondere, wie sich der Klett- und das Netzmaterial miteinander vertragen.
Reissverschlüsse: machen einen ordentlichen stabilen Eindruck, die Zipperkordeln auch
Gurtmaterial: im Neuzustand sehr steif - vorallem bemerkbar beim verstellen der Kompressionsgurte
Rücken-/Schulterpolster: schön dick, steif (Nein, nicht was du denkst! ) - wird sich auf Dauer zeigen, wie mein mittlerweile etwas lädierter Rücken darauf reagiert.
Was nun schon meinen Basteltrieb weckt:
1. Es fehlt eine Stabilisierung des Slingers auf dem Rücken. Möglichkeiten, die mir nun einfallen:
- Bauchgurt aus dem zweiten, nicht benutzten, Quergurt. Da fehlt leider zZ eine passende Fastex-Buchse
- Quergurt aus dem zweiten, nicht benutzten, Quergurt. Das Prinzip kenne ich schon von meinem FotoSlinger. Hier ist halt die individuelle Position zu ermitteln.
- Bauchgurt aus Gurtmaterial selbstgebaut ( mit Sicherheit einfacher zu befestigen an den beiden "Öhrchen"
2. Man macht sich ja viiiiiielzuviel Gedanken über das benutzen und sollte einfach benutzen....aaaaber: Was, wenn man das Schloss des quer verlaufenden Gurtes öffnet, ohne den Slinger festzuhalten ? Genau er knallt runter :/ Zu dieser Erkenntnis kam ich nämlich, als ich den Slinger nach vorne zog und er für mich zu stramm und hoch am Oberkörper hang, um etwas bequem entnehmen zu können. Meine Idee zur Verbesserung: Gurtende zusätzlich fixieren ... ist mir jetzt zu spät ! ;) Ich mach einfach mal und berichte hier, sobald es verwendbare Ergebnisse gibt.
....Danke fürs lesen :)