Another great looking pack on John Watson’s IG stream.. A Freight Baggage Backpack with Pendleton wool.. Great combination of materials!
This is my version of the Minimalist wallet .
I just got these prototypes back today from Nick at Highland Hardware and was quite excited to show them today so please excuse the terrible photos .
The wallet has been made from a single piece of US Mil-spec loop tape and will happily carry x10 Business cards or a collection of credit cards and cash notes .
Two single wallets can be joined easily to make a bi -fold wallet just using the wallets closure system or you could join 3 together if you ever wanted .
It can also take a series of small EDC tools , a minimalist FAK kit , x4 CR123 flashlight batteries for storage or as a dedicated SERE/ or E&E survival kit .
Using a separate Velcro hook plate that is double sided the user can easily attach the wallet to the front loop panel common to most Tactical packs and pouches or to the inside loop panels sometimes found in packs or too the loop panel on Military jacket sleeves and high end outdoor coats like TAD Gear stealth jackets .
These prototypes will soon be off for testing and if all goes well I’ll be looking to get them put into production .
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Love the look.. Not so much the Velcro. Personally I think no one should have to hear me opening my wallet.. :)
- The Project: Two innovative chalk bag designs for serious climbers
- The Timeline: 14 days to go (ends December 18, 2013)
- The Funds: Funded! ($14,310 pledged of $5,000 goal)
- The Goods: $34 for a HULA, $37 for a KANGAROO
- The Delivery: Projected delivery date of March 2014.
There was a point in my life where I carried a chalk bag for quick access stuff wherever I went.. This one looks interesting!
I guess they’re discontinued now? If that’s true and you really like the design, they have a similar bag called the Point and Shoot Field Bag - it doesn’t have the MOLLE, loop fabric, or sick colorway, though.
Nice catch bagcollector!!
When I first saw it online I liked it because it was a versatile, simple, durable bag. Lots of loops on the outside allow you to customize this bag into any get-up. I’m already thinking up ways to use it in the car, as a bike pannier, and as a messenger bag and I’m sure more ideas will come. When Matt found out I was interested in the Oil Bag, a heavy tarp and Cordura bag and he sent me one. Here are some shots from the first day with it.
A lot of thought has gone into this bag, you can watch a 9 minute video about it here.
For further reading, here is a past post about B.R.O.G.’s MOLLE seat back panel.
Black Friday Sales are going up! If you are looking for a pack.. Now might be a good time to get a good deal..