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Maxpedition Hard-Use Bags, Packs and Gear
Maxpedition makes a variety of carry gear. They have
Backpacks, Over The Shoulder stlye bags, Pouches and Belts. The company was
established in 1988 in Gardena, CA. and has gained an International reputation
among Military, Law Enforcement and the general Public.
In the manufacture of their products, they use:
Maxpedition JUMBO VERSIPACK
The Jumbo Versa Pack features a CONCEALED CARRY SYSTEM. The
main compartment has three zippered accessory pockets, two sleeve pockets, and
one drawstring pocket that will hold a 32oz nalgene water bottle or a radio.
The bag has three places for modular expansion with other Maxpedition
accessories using Malice clips. There are Keypers on the shoulder strap for
gloves and internal silent Keypers for keys.
The Jumbo Versa Pack's rear compartment is now equipped with
loop Velcro Patches to hold Maxpeditions Hook & Loop accessories.
Maxpedition Monsoon GearSlinger
The Maxpedition Monsoon GearSlinger is their Premium line of
single shoulder packs. The single strap design allows faster on-and-off. The
Monsoon GearSlinger is their large size pack with over 1600 cu. in. of space.
The padded non-slip shoulder strap has a quick release and two separate PALS
attachments for extra accessories. There are numerous compartments inside the
main compartment and the contents are protected by a padded front cover. On one
side there are three rows of PALS webbing over a concealed pocket and the other
side has a water bottle pocket that can hold a 32oz Nalgene bottle. There is a
waist strap that can be stowed into a small elastic pocket. There are drain
holes to allow for drainage and an airflow design to keep the back cool. The
Monsoon GearSlinger can be used with a hydration system and can hold the
UNIVERSAL MODULAR HOLSTER by way of the Hook & Loop fastener.
Ballistic nylon was first made in 1942 with the hope to give
troops protection from shrapnel and flying debris. The nylon did not work as
was hoped. Ballistic nylon was a strong material and other uses were found. It
was an ideal choice for luggage,as it was strong and could be more easily
Maxpedition Pygmy Falcon II
The Pygmy Falcon II is a compact daypack with military style
with 1400 cu. in. of space. The Y-shaped compression strap holds the bags form
and integrity. A row of hard nylon points in front allows you to attach other
Maxpedition pouches and accessories with there "snap and anchor"
modular system. There is padding in the back and wide comfortable straps to
ease the load on the shoulders. Two side pockets with cinch cords can carry
water bottles or whatever you like.
Maxpedition M-4 WaistPack
Originally designed to fit a 1qt. USGI canteen, the M-4
WaistPack has 100 cu. In. of space. It has two small outer pouches with
adjustable closures for cell phones, magazines, pocket knife or flashlight. It
has a quick release cover which can be stored inside and a cinch able collar
for water resistance. The M-4 WastPack can be worn on the belt through a belt
loop or used as a modular pocket with ALICE or MOLLE type systems with the use
of long Malice Clips (sold separately).
Maxpedition Remora Gearslinger
The Remora is Maxpeditions newest and smallest member of the
GearSlinger line. The main and rear compartments have loop fields for attaching
internal CCW accessories. The shoulder strap is ambidextrous and can be
concealed. The remora can be piggy-backed onto larger packs using the
Maxpedition FR-1 Pouch
The FR-1 pouch was evolved from a first aid kit bag. It can
be used as a general purpose pouch or a medical pouch. Both front and back
half's have layered pockets with a variety of loops for keeping contents in
place. The zippered clamshell type opening can be set to open at different
settings with the paracord adjuster. On the front is a bungee compression cord.
Maxpedition Condor-II Backpack
The Condor II Hydration Backpack is the improved second
generation of the military assault daypack. A square shape with round top, it
has a capacity of 1950 cu. In. of space. It has one removable Y-shaped top
strap and four quick release compression straps. Wide, breathable shoulder
straps provide support. As with all Maxpedition Backpacks, the Condor-It's
capacity can be expanded with other Maxpedition modular pockets added the front
or sides. It also has a hydration compartment that is compatible with most
The Rollypoly is a Folding Dump Pouch Design. It will hold
seven M4 30 round mags stacked either vertically or horizontally, it as can be
used as a dump pouch for shotgun shells or magazines. It is not limited to just
those items, you could load anything you need to carry into its space. It has
elastic shock cord closures to close the top. When not in use it can be rolled
up and secured within the bag out of the way. It can be worn on the belt or
attached to MOLLE or PALS webbing by way of Malice Clips.
"I've touched on Maxpedition before, but their stuff is
so good it's hard to leave it be. These little pouches are so useful I can
hardly live without 'era. Called "Rollypolys" they come in a couple
of sizes and stay all rolled-up on your waist, until you need to stuff things
into them. Then it's presto-chango, and you can hide expended mags, full mags,
cartridges or even your lunch." - Roy Huntington, Editor, American
Handgunner, Jan-Feb 2005
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