- Product Dimensions: 7 x 17 x 8.5 inches ; 2 pounds
- Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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- ASIN: B0088QLTJY
- Item model number: 80201ACU
- Average Customer Review: 201 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #107,138 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
Red Rock Outdoor Gear Rambler Sling Pack
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- 600D Polyester
- Molle webbing throughout for customization with pouches and attachments
- Adjustable shoulder strap for over the left shoulder connecting to right hip carry
- Horizontal layout of main compartment dividers for non removal access
- Adjustable side water bottle holder
- Rugged 600 Denier Polyester construction with PVC lining
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The Rambler Sling Backpack is the largest sling style pack from Red Rock Outdoor Gear. It's padded shoulder strap raps around your left shoulder and connects at your right hip. The Rambler can be pulled to the front of your body, without being removed, to access all of your compartments. With hands-free access to this bag, it is the perfect hunting, hiking or biking pack.
Size: One Size | Color: Acu
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The size is deceiving. Normally I am packing 6 - 8 size 4 diapers, changing pad, a package of wet wipes, a couple zip lock baggies with snacks, a water bottle, a sippy cup (or bottle depending on age of kid), a change of clothes or two, burp rag and even a couple of toys if need be. There is room for more too if I so choose.
The bag is super easy to throw over my head and onto my shoulder even while carrying the little one. Its comfortable and very easy to rotate around while still on me to grab anything I need out of it. Basically this thing kicks ass.
The best part is, when it no longer needs to perform diaper duty, I have an awesome pack for biking, day hikes or whatever I need it for. Great bag for when you don't need a full on backpack.
Now I have not tested the durability so to speak. For my current use, it really isnt being abused. I would consider this light to medium usage and its infrequent. That being said, the quality is there. I would be afraid to take this thing our in the woods with me for a day or two of roughing it. Its a seriously nice bag, the material feels solid and the stitching is good. I can say with a fair amount of certainty that you would not be disappointed.
The smaller section above it allows me to carry emergency battery charger for my phone and other small items. The larger section can be used for a change of clothing, extra water, and other needs. I really love the fact that it has a water bottle holder - I was looking at Maxpedition Noatak Gearslinger -- but could not justify the cost at a 56 dollar difference.
The sling fits comfortable on my neck and across the body in the right places. Even with packing it to its max compacity it feels light on the back and the shoulders, where backpacks dig in, this doesn't and shifts the weight across the body rather than just on the shoulders.
The zippers flow well and allows you to put items in at the top or on the sides. Even with packing it for a day trip with my nieces and nephew who always want their snacks and water bottles, it wasn't a hassle to take things in and out. without taking it off. It easily slides to the front for easy access.
I wanted to attach morale patches to the bag so I purchased a 2-inch wide roll of industrial velcro and attached it to the top pouch. So far so good. The bag goes with me everywhere and I have been modifying this bag to meet my days needs. It has come in handy several times. This is not a survival set but rather a daily need bag. Here is a list of what I keep.
2oz sport sunscreen
2oz Tan cream
Adventure Medical Kit Ultralight Watertight Medical Kit 7 (with extra items I find myself using
tin of Altoids
Fountain Pens and repair kit
Notebook (several different types)
EDC Vanquest emergency kit with flashlights, etc..
Thermal Sleeping bag -- the blankets were to flimsy
Scarf that can act as a light blanket
Cold towels for summer
Swiss army knife multi-tool.
PNY 6X battery charger (this or something like it is a must if you are out and about all day)
It can change from time to time.
The one feature that I didn't think I would like but I come to love is the two zippers on the main compartment, I can either reach in from the top or unzipper and organize the inside pockets which makes it easier to get to the stuff at the "bottom" of the bag.
I know that Red Rock Gear is aimed at men, but it would be nice to see and urban edition in pink or blue.
The internal mesh pockets are very handy for those items you want to secure but keep tucked out of sight. The stitching and canvass are heavy duty and comparable to a Maxpedition (Sitka, $140) bag I bought last year (and regretted because of the price so I sold it to a buddy). At $41, this bag is a steal. The sling is heavily padded and the entire bag is covered in molle so you can add external pouches. The integrated side pouch is also handy in that you don't have to take up valuable internal space with a water bottle. Speaking of, there is a nice big bladder pouch under a heavily padded back (bladder not included).
Summary: this is a perfect EDC bag. Being the third Red Rock bag I have bought (also have the Large Assault as a BOB) it is my favorite. Red Rock also has great customer service, swapped me a mis-colored pouch for my Rover the same day.