GoRuck is a community favorite. They are well known for their tough packs and even tougher events that come from a solid foundation within the Army Special Forces community. Their packs are well known to be robust, well built, and to the point. The Claymore Sling, however, is a bit of a change from GoRuck
Since last year, the waist pack style seems to be catching on again. Across those commonly featured on this site, we’re now hard pressed to find a brand that does not offer a waist pack in its product line. Tactical-styled bag company Vanquest, for example, have released the Dendrite, available in two sizes. Tech Specs
PK tests CodeOfBell’s new Annex 360: a wallet-size case with a host of carry options
After School Projects first lineup includes a handy sacoche that works as a standalone sling pocket, or tucked into another bag. Sergio checks it out.
Lii Gear have made a small sling bag with tons of pockets and compartments. Adam tests it out.
The Agency Aspect Hybrid Messenger and Hybrid Crossbody are the technical yet fashionable bags with a feminine lean that you’ve been waiting for.
The DSPTCH Unit Sling is minimalist techwear at its finest.
We took Bellroy’s new City Pouch for a long walk on the beach, and I think we hit it off.
Earth Workshop Studio sent over their Moonrock waistpack, plus a few accessories, to test out. Jed put it to use.
Hailing from LA, Code of Bell was at the front of the sling and fanny pack wave we’ve seen over the past few years. The CoB X-PAK and X-POD were game changers in the sling world, adding roll-top style capacity in a sleek package with modern materials. You’ll find that they’re commonly searched for and