- Product Dimensions: 3 x 12 x 8 inches ; 1.6 pounds
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- ASIN: B001E8K23C
- Item model number: MX422B-BRK
- Average Customer Review: 134 customer reviews
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Maxpedition Lunada Gearslinger
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- 1000-Denier Coated Nylon
- Category name: gear-bags-and-accessories
- Country of origin: Vietnam
- Brand name: Maxpedition
- 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
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The D-rings on the top are great to clip a water bottle on, and to keep it from flopping about, I ran a piece of 1/8" shock-cord through the webbing lower down on the side and slip the water bottle into it - secured both top and bottom it stays out of the way but easy to access - no need for a bulky separate water-bottle pouch, unless you need something insulated.
Front Admin Pockets/Panel: Well sized - I've got my larger and smaller items separated accordingly - the top pocket easily holds a small pill holder, full-sized BIC lighter, small multi-tool (Leatherman Micra), 6 ft. tape measure and a couple of hanks - 6ft of shock-cord and 6 ft of paracord, with lots of room to spare. Will also fit a full 7-day pill organizer. The lower pocket holds larger items nicely: Leatherman Wave, 2 flashlights (S-Mini 18650 and Mag 2xAA LED), pocket knife (Spiderco Endura), small pry-bar, generic plastic magnifying glass, spare 18650 batteries for the S-Mini, lotion, and a microfiber cloth in the slip pocket. There's also a key hook that I use for a USB thumb drive - very handy to have with you.
I also attached my hard-shell sunglasses case to the velcro field with $0.75 worth of industrial-grade adhesive velcro from a fabric store. I secure it fully with the shock-cord - glasses are going nowhere.
Main Compartment: ROOMY! The two slip pockets are nice, and I frequently carry my 7" tablet in one of them, with room to spare. The flap with the zippered pocket is also very handy - I keep phone and tablet chargers in there, along with their cables, and there's tons of room left over - it keeps occasionally used items organized and out of the way. The zipper pull also doubles, in my case, as a place to hang a Streamlight Nano. The rest of the main compartment is great for larger things - a pair of mechanic's gloves, larger hank of paracord, spare AA battery holder, 8x21 binoculars etc.
Improvements I'd like to see:
1) The rear "CCW" pocket is great, but the strap won't tuck into it as comfortably as Maxpedition says. It will go in there, but makes the overall package pretty bulky.
2) The auxiliary strap - it would be an improvement if they attached it to the bag with a swivel hook instead of wrapping around the D-ring. As it stands, it's cumbersome to use, so I keep it off.
3) Interior - some d-rings, key clips, and para-loops (like on the pocket organizer series) to hang frequently-used items would be handy. Elastic retention might be nice too, but as necessary.
4) Hydration reservoir/bladder - This isn't on Maxpedition, necessarily, but it would be a great option to have. The CCW pouch could fit a 1L bladder easily, but the only one I could find, so far, with the right dimensions is the Kangaroo 1L with pouch, which is way too expensive for this application.
The bottom line is that this is a fantastic bag, and though there's always room for improvement, I'm well satisfied with my purchase and happy to use this every day. It's easy to over-stuff and find yourself carrying to much, so watch out for that.
Many people and reviews have talked about the quality of Maxpedition products and I would definitely agree! Their products are indeed built to last a long time! I've had this gearslinger for about three months now and I'm loving it! I've gone through about three different revisions of what I'm carrying and I'll keep refining it. Now when I leave the house rarely am I forgetting anything, because it all fits inside this bag!
I looked at a lot of other more stylish bags, but when it came down to it, I wanted functionality and durability over style! It is more expensive than other similar bags, but for something that you are going to carry and wear everyday... spend a little extra now and you'll be glad you did later on!
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.