With this versatile bag you can easily set up a rang bag, medical kit bag, over-night bag, patrol bag, gym bag or a small B.O.B. Small enough to keep with you as an EDC, it won't let you down. With a comfy shoulder strap and plenty of MOLLE webbing to attach extra gear you'll always be ready and prepared with this bag.
- Adjustable & removable shoulder strap
- Web carrying handle
- Modular attachment straps
- Size: 6" H x 12" W x 5.5" D
|Size||6"H x 12"W x 5.5"D|
|Color||Olive Drab, Black, Tan, Coyote Brown|
I own a ton of gear, more backpacks and bags than I know what to do with. Most of it is either Maxpedition, Vanquest, or 5.11 - I figured if you're going to do it, do it right and i've never had a pack from those brands fail no matter how much I beat on it. I've always thought Condor was low quality. I saw this bag and for the price I thought it was worth a try. I received it, opened the box and couldn't believe how impressed I was. Now, it's not a Maxpedition Proteus Pack, but that's over $100. This Condor pack is really well made, strong material, good zippers, good stitching, etc... For $22 you really can't beat it. For anyone looking for a great bag that doesn't want to spend a lot of money I think you've found the right one.
I'm enamored with this bag. I travel a lot and might get a second one for all my cords, chargers, toiletries and crap I know I'll take on every trip then just toss it into the three day, one week or three week bag. Knowing it's all there.
The quality of the hardware and material was beyond what I expected. The size was what I expected from the photos. I've had a lot of gear bags in my day, from my first camera bag in '83 to the piece of luggage I bought last month. I'm very picky, and quality for dollar is my biggest concern. I never spend more than I have to, but I try to never sacrifice quality.