New to the pack world, Arktype have launched a small, full featured EDC pack – we got our hands on one for a review.
Brandon shares his thoughts on the Arc’teryx Blade 6, a minimalist EDC pack that should be on your radar.
Nathaniel takes a look at the VertX EDC Ready pack, a crowd favourite in the daily carry world.
n the Retail world, ‘Back to School’ is a major calendar event. It drives sales across all kinds of industries, and not just for children. For many folks it’s just code for the end of summer, change of seasons in business and leisure….
Jed takes a look at a TPP favourite, the Mystery Ranch Urban Assault – will it stack up to it’s big brothers?
Founded in 2010, Boreas Gear is a relatively new company as far as outdoor gear goes these days. Since their inception, they’ve pumped out a constant stream of new, innovative packs and gear for everything from cycling, to traveling, to backpacking. One of their most interesting designs is the Bootlegger; a swappable pack system based
Eberlestock is a premium maker of hunting/tactical gear based out of Boise Idaho. Their gear is used by some of the elite Israeli and US sniper forces. With packs ranging from uber tactical to almost every variation of camouflage pattern you can think of. They’ve taken a step into the urban/covert market with the
My interest in EDC and ultimately bags probably came fairly young, and likely stems from my love of camping. As a kid I used to pack a ‘camping’ ready kit into different shoe boxes. Little bits and pieces more than serious camp equipment. I found a pack of Australian native bush food cards, a bic
Originally published on Carryology.com First Tactical may not be a name you know yet, but you’re about to fall in love – their bags may look familiar and there’s a reason why. Dan Costa founded 5.11 Tactical and eventually sold the company in 2007 – Dan’s back and better than ever with his latest venture
Originally published on Carryology.com on March 8th, 2016 Every now and then a bag pops up that grabs your interest. Not necessarily for the hype, not even the brand name, just because it looks so promising, as my first bag of 2016 the Recon Nine EVADE by Alpha One Niner was something I was very