SHANGRI-LA Tactical Assault Gear Sling Pack Range Bag Hiking Fanny Pack Waist Bag Shoulder Backpack EDC Camera Bag MOLLE Modular Deployment Compact Utility Military Surplus Gear Heavy Duty with Shoulder Strap
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- Made of 1000D High-density Oxford nylon fabric, stronger, light weight and durable.
- Upgraded version, more bigger - Main compartment: 10" x 7" x 4", internal divisions with two 6" x 4" loop fieldsFrontal: internal division with key retention. More compartments details you can see in the Product Description.
- 3 ways design, can be used as shoulder bag, waist pouch or handbag.
- Molle system pouchs can be attached freely
- Waist belt: Padded hip support with adjustable 2" waist belt; fits between 28" to 56" waist; concealable. Shoulder strap: Adjustable & removable shoulder strap.
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The SHANGRI-LA MOLLE Tactical BIG Waist & Shoulder Bag comes enhanced with more exterior PALS webbing, added loop field for patches, paracord retention, padded hip support, and 44% more interior compartment & pocket space. The pack rides comfortably on your hips, making it ideal for day hikes or hunting trips.
Standard Style size:
Main compartment: 10" x 7" x 4", internal divisions with two 9" x 5" interlayers and one net pocket 9" x 4" with zipper
Frontal: 9" x 6" x 1.5", internal division with key retention
Sides: 6" x 4" x 2.5" with mesh division
Top: 9" x 3.5" x 1" with elastic organizer, division, mesh pocket
Large Style size:
Main compartment: 12" x 8" x 4.5", internal divisions with two 11" x 6" interlayers and one net pocket 11" x 4.5" with zipper
Frontal: 12" x 8" x 1.5", internal division with key retention
Sides: 7" x 4.5" x 3" with mesh division
Top: 12" x 4" x 1" with elastic organizer, division, mesh pocket
Waist belt: Padded hip support with adjustable waist belt; fits between 28" to 56" waist; concealable
Tips and Advice:
The Standard Style is enough for you as a day-hike bag , accessory bag, primarily ammo and shooting range gear, to carry plenty of water, snacks, a medical kit, etc with no issues. Even as a Mommy bag that can easily carry diapers, wipes, entire purse, a few books, some drinks and snacks, and still have room for a hoodie or 2.
The Large Style is for those outdoor enthusiasts and military enthusiasts who really want a ranger bag that is big enough for their outdoor gears.
Color: Army Green
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So many s***ty reviews about the size of this thing. THEY OFFER SIZE OPTIONS PEOPLE! READ!
I read reviews and found that a LARGE is the size I need. It is perfect.
this is also bashed for having too many straps. FACEPALM....people bitch about anything. While I agree there are a bunch of straps, the buyer needs to understand they are there to cinch the pack tight so the load does not shift while used. There are a few places you can tuck the straps. Most pockets on this have a hollow space behind them. I wrap up any "excess" straps and stow them in these pockets.
the stitching seems very secure and overall is seems well built and sized to fit my storage needs.
What I like most about this is the Molle straps on the "inside" (the part that goes against your back). This pack can be attached to other packs. My main reason for purchasing this is to attach it to my Bartact Milspec Molle seats covers in my jeep. I can use as a stow and go. PERFECT.
[edit after first official use] So I ended up mounting the bag on my Bartact Milspec Molle jeep seat covers. I wove the molle strap through the seat and the Shangri-La bag. I added roughly 5-10 lbs of gear weight evenly distributed through the bag. The stitching on the Molle Immedialy started to give. in the period of 10 minutes under its packed weight and intended use, one of the bags molle straps failed at the stitching.
EDIT: Added some pics and doing a side by side comparison. The Shangri-La looks like it's 10% smaller than the Maxpedition. The bottom of the Maxpedition is rectangle shape and stiff. It sits upright easily. The base on the Shangri-La seems smaller and softer. It is constantly tipping over.
I roller blade throughout NYC & have logged just shy of 300 miles with this bag. Normal load I carry is between 18-25 lbs between sneakers (size 11.5 fits snugly in the main compartment, sneakers are the black champions from pay-less which are compressible) long sleeve & short sleeve, 2 ponchos, a few tools for my blades, about 500' of para-cord & 'bout 125' of rope, 1 liter slim water bottle, some basic first aid, sundries & other miscellaneous "crap" i bring along :D.
7.5'' thick (how far it sits out on my back)x 16'' wide & 11'' high (with water bottle expanding the fabric tube/ 9'' without) this is with compressing everything currently inside, with the bag empty I can compress it down another 2-3 inches in all directions. The bag sits 50-50 on my waist. No where near high enough to interfere with my range of motion while going full steam nor is it too low affecting my stride. I have to admit, it's just right.
As you can see, the bag compresses remarkably well, & i have had very little to no slippage of the straps while riding. It sits well on my hips with little bounce and without having to cinch the straps like a Victorian corset to keep in place. The material is wonderful! I've had a few skidouts & washouts and a couple bus sandwiches :) and no tears or scuffs or any real visible damage. a few rain showers from drizzle to a downpour and all was still dry inside, tho I would recommend waterproof baggy inserts.
Speaking of which, did the beach last weekend & kept the bag on me the entire time, the drainage holes in the bag do help, especially if you get out as much air as possible, no fading or washing of the color, the salt stains came off easily enough with a cold water wash with very little soap, and hang dry.
I hope this helps and helps you get the right baggage for your kit/s on your adventures!!