Mens Tactical Gear Molle Hydration Ready Sling Shoulder Backpack Daypack Bag
|Price:||$33.50 - $42.99|
- Excellent storage: 3 zippered front, 1 zippered main, 1 zippered hydration rear pocket: accepts up to 2L water bladder, wide padded adjustable shoulder strap with metal accessory hook & large buckle snap
- Material: 600 Denier Polyester for daily durable use; PVC lined; hydration pocket accepts 2L Liter bladder, pass-through slot at top for water tube. Excellent storage: 3 zippered front, 1 zippered main, 1 zippered hydration rear pocket: accepts any water bladder, wide padded adjustable shoulder strap with metal accessory hook & large buckle snap
- Molle Straps, D rings, attachment points: allows excellent attachment of pouches, accessories, caribiners, etc... when needed
- Large bottle holder with locking drawstring to secure it, accepts bottles up to 4" Diameter
- Dimensions: 17.5"L x 13"W x 7"D Volume: 900 cu.in.
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Rear zippered pocket: fits up to 2L water bladder, with pass-through hole for tube.
Attach More Gear
Molle straps for attaching external gear
Velcro Strip on front pocket
Plenty of Storage
1 large dual zippered front pocket (9 x 9) with key ring hook on strap
side loading open pocket (7.5 x 5)
zippered front pocket with audio port for headphones
1 dual zippered smaller front pocket 8 x 5 that has 3 large elastic molle straps and 7.5 x 3 open pocket
Zippered main compartment 18L x 12.5W has 1 long zippered dual mesh pocket (5.5 x 5.5)(9.5 x 5.5), 1 long open pocket with adjustable load compression buckle snap strap, and 2 side loading open pockets (7.5 x 5)(10 x 7)
Full Access Opening
Main compartment full zipper access: for easy packing.
Adjustable Y shaped load compression strap with D-ring: keeps your load tight for better balance.
Large Bottle Holder
Locking adjustable drawstring for secure fit
9 inches tall, up to 4 inch diameter
Travel In Comfort
The adjustable wide and padded shoulder strap features air mesh lining with heavy duty metal accessory hook and large buckle snap.
Adjustable waist strap with large buckle snap to stabilize the crossbody bag
Black, Multi Camo, ACU Digital Camo, ACU Navy Digital Camo, Hunters Camo, Tan, Deser
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The quality is as good. For reference, the main bag is about the size of a kid's backpack and it's much larger than a fanny pack--the strap is big enough for any large person. I like the big dual pinch buckle that's on the strap so I don't have to sling the bag over my head to take on/off. Inside there are nice dividers (my first aid kit and first aid pocket guide currently occupy those) and mesh zip pockets. There are lots of attachment points and a strap on top that you could put a bow and/or light single-man tent or something.
It does all these things for me at the same time:
1. Carrying ten essentials as I'm hunting/hiking in the wilderness away from my base camp.
2. Carrying field dressing kit and deer drag
3. I have a 3L camelbak that fits in here too (it is tight), which is amazing.
4. There's still extra room for a lunch, small tools, etc.
I almost bought the Game Plan Gear Spot-n-Stalk Quiver Pack (http://www.gameplangear.com/), but I'm glad I didn't because my colored fletches would be exposed and draw attention as they bounced around while walking. I bought this because I can adjust it to sit more on my left shoulder, and this allows space for my Safari Tuff tube quiver (http://www.safarituff.com/arrowmaster.html) to sit on my right shoulder. It truly is the perfect setup, and I have complete mobility with no arrow fletches sticking out to snag on stuff and wave around like a big bright flag.
I may just have to buy a couple more of these next pay day.
So far I've managed to fit inside this first bag a Tube Tarp 1.0 for use as an emergency shelter, SE emergency mini sleeping bag, small thin wool throw, mylar blankets, small woodstove w/ mini lighter, flint/steel, knife & camping spork all nested in a MSR stowaway cookpot, a couple hiking meals & emergency water pouches, Sawyer water filter, mini wind up flashlight, solar USB charger/battery backup for cell, small tin survival kit, small first aid kit, bit of duct tape, small bag of toiletries, pepper spray, stainless 32oz water bottle nested in a stainless camp cup, and a couple hanks of paracord. It's not even quite busting at the seams yet though I sure won't be able to fit much else in it. I haven't even put anything in the water bladder pouch yet but in there I should have no trouble fitting a Frog Toggs rain suit & pr of wool socks, and maybe a ls shirt &/or a contractor trash bag or two.
For a $35 bag, color me thoroughly impressed so far.
Bag is cheap. Material is thin and already showing signs of wear and tear. The primary strap is already slightly ripping where it connects on the top. Surpring, since I never had that much stuff in there in the first place. Mostly a laptop and lunch. Also it barely fit a laptop and lunch. Water bottle holder is tight (can barely fit a 32oz Gatorade bottle).
It doesn't look small, but the main pocket holds much less than you think. It's my gym bag now bc it can barely hold my shoes and one rolled up tee shirt. Having the extra compartments do help, but I can't imagine how much faster the bag would have degraded with any more weight. I'm also an average built guy. It rides very low, around the lower back. Definitely won't look as cool and that's why this rating has lost one star, because it lost me one style point.
With that out of the way, I'm glad I bought this bag. I was in the market for an Expedition which would have cost me over $150. Because I bought this bag for 30 bucks I realized that I do not need a single strap bag. I do not prefer a single strap bag and my lifestyle doesn't require it. This is the perfect entry-level, test product. If you have been using this style of bag before, or know for a fact that you'll be using a single strap bag, invest in something nicer.
It is worth noting that the main compartment is a bit on the cramped side and I don't know if the large pouch in the main compartment is actually intended to hold electronic devices, but the buckle snap helps with ensuring that said devices don't go anywhere. I would have liked a bit of padding around that area, but it hasn't been too bad.
Also, my water bottle holder's drawstring didn't come with a lock, so, that's been a slight problem.
All that being said, I love this thing, it's light, compact, stores my stuff, and has enough expansion capability to fill my needs.