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4/3/2020 2:56 AM
 

Not sure if here is the BEST place but I think question kind of covers. So I’m looking for an everyday carry bag. One that I can attach to a larger Bugout if I the need arises. The bag I had initially wanted, 5.11, doesn’t seem to be available or I can’t seem to find it. I’m looking for an over the shoulder bag. I’ll most likely be throwing an iPad an assorted smaller things into as well as 12-24 hours worth of gear to get home should something arise. Any ideas or help appreciated.

 
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4/3/2020 8:16 AM
 
Folks can have very different thoughts on what constitutes 12-24 hours worth of gear. Also are you talking about something like a traditional shoulder bag (timbuk2, attache, etc...) or a sling bag, which is basically a back pack with single strap. Depending on the weight in the bag, single strap bags can get very heavy very quick if carried actual distances. That is why my natural inclination is towards a back pack. However, our Pocket Sling is wide enough it does a decent job of spreading weight. It won't address the pressure on your back and core due to all the weight on one side, but if you keep the load out light enough it may work fine. Depending on your full setup, take a look at the Attache, Tara, and Junction, all of which can be used with either a shoulder harness or the Pocket Sling. It is also worth nothing a shoulder harness or Pocket Sling can be used on any of our pockets, and the Pals or Admin Pockets might also be good choices.

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