Tag: Sling

Pinch Flat Designs Dropper Pack: Review

Pinch Flat Designs is a small company from Oregon with heavy roots in mountain biking. They have been using their experiences and needs on the trails to make the Dropper Pack when riding, as well as a tote for more general use. Wonderfully enough, Pinch Flat also shares our community’s love for Dimension Polyant XPAC

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Greenroom136 Mission Attaché Review

Greenroom136 has been a longtime The Perfect Pack favorite; the Malaysian brand specializes in hard-wearing, infinitely customizable, well-designed bags and packs. The Metromonger and Metrodrifter being two of the most popular, and often stand apart in their construction and variety of options. Fortunately, G136’s newest introduction, the Mission Attaché, is no exception. The pack stood

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Earth Workshop Everyday Bag 2.0: Review

Earth Workshop Studio Everyday Sling Bag review outside cobra buckles black

Starting as a one-man passion project in 2016, Earth Workshop is run by Michael from his studio in Gdansk, Poland. Previously known as Earth Warsaw, a move from the Polish capital in September 2019 prompted a name change, and a new push in production for the craftsman. The Everyday Bag 2.0 is Earth Workshop’s premiere

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Remote Equipment Bravo 18: Review

Remote Equipment BRAVO 18 review haul bag black x-pac outside

When it launched in 2018, Remote Equipment‘s first product, the Alpha 31 backpack quickly became a favourite in my collection. It was tough, comfortable and versatile, showing excellent promise from the new brand based in California’s East Bay. I could not wait to see what they had coming next. When we spoke to them earlier

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Aer Day & City Slings: Review

Aer, out of San Francisco, has been one of the hottest bag makers in the industry for a good minute. With slick styling, quality materials, and carefully considered designs, Aer bags find themselves at home from the tarmac and the office to the gym and the streets. Slings are the current big trend in carry,

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934 Bagworks Fanny Pack: Review

934 Bagworks is a company based out of Grand Rapids, Michigan, and crafting hard-wearing, well-made packs for those who, as they say, “love what they carry.” On the larger end, 934 Bagworks makes a roll-top backpack and messenger bag (both of which are hand-crafted and designed to handle anything a bike messenger or urban explorer

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Mystery Ranch Indie: Review

Mystery Ranch is one of those iconic pack and bag brands that rarely needs an introduction. Known for quality and useful designs, Mystery Ranch has been used by hot shot firefighters, military special operations, and those with an affinity for exploring and living off in remote areas of the wilderness. Lately, Mystery Ranch has had

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Flowfold Maverick: Review

Before the Flowfold Maverick, I had never used a fanny pack before. Never owned one. Never even really wanted one, frankly. But in packing for my post-Bar Exam delayed-honeymoon European adventure (a little over a week around France), I began thinking about just how I would be carrying around the daily essentials I’d need: wallet,

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