Maxpedition Monsoon Gearslinger Sac à dos 25 L
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Maxpedition Monsoon Gearslinger Backpack - 1600+ cu. in. single shoulder pack. Uses 100 oz. water reservoir. Dimensions (main compartment) : 18" (High) Tapers from 16" wide at base to 6" wide at top. Total Capacity : Over 1600 cu. in. Hydration (two) : Up to a 100oz/3L CamelBak reservoir (rear hydration pocket), 32oz/1L Nalgene (side pouch) (sold separately) Shoulder Support : Wide shoulder strap (tapers from 4.5" to 3") Waist Support : Concealable 1.5" waist strap Empty Weight: 2.8 lbs The Maxpedition GearSlinger series is Maxpeditions premium line of single shoulder packs that bridge the design/functional gap between their classic double shoulder strap Backpacks and their uniquely innovative Versipacks. The single shoulder design allows faster on-and-off, particularly over LBV and body armor and are superior to backpacks in terms of balance and comfort when using a single strap. While there are other "messenger" bags on the market, Maxpedition promises a much more durable product with all the bells and whistles needed for life on the battlefield and in everyday urban use. You can expect the Maxpedition quality and "thoughtfulness" you have come to depend upon and love. The Monsoon GearSlinger (#0410) is Maxpeditions large size single shoulder pack with over 1600 total cu. in. of total capacity. The quick release padded non-slip shoulder strap has two separate sets of PALS webbing for attachment of accessories. Based on a triangular design, the main compartment contains numerous internal accessory pockets. There is a small internal pocket for iPod or Walkman with rubberized head-phone port. Contents are protected by a padded front cover which is secured by a 2" Q.R. buckle while contents are secured by two criss-crossed compression straps. On one side there are three rows of PALS webbing over a flat concealed pocket while the other side sport a water bottle pocket capable of holding a 32oz/1L Nalgene. A 1.5" adjustable waist strap provides addit...
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Seul bémol pour moi; l’accès aux contenu n'ai pas aisé en faisant pivoter le sac sur l'épaule,seul la gourde est directement disponible.
Pour le reste il faut déposer le sac.
Contenance idéale pour des sorties à la journée.
J'avais un doute sur le confort, mais il tient réellement bien en place même sans la sangle abdominale.
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For a single person EDC/24hr get home bag this is an excellent choice. The double stitched seams and quality zippers held up flawlessly to day in/day out use. Living in the Northwest I was never let down by the water resistance of the 1000 denier fabric and every time I opened the bag my gear was dry and ready to go.
I will admit that the shape of the bag is a bit awkward for storing things if you think of it as a traditional backpack. The epiphany for me was when I started stacking my things so that they could be easily accessed from the side position when you pull the backpack to your chest. It took a little getting used to but worked just fine for me. The bonus about the odd shape of the pack is that it’s pretty unique so if you set it down or someone walks off with it you can spot it fairly easily.
I used this bag multiple times for day hikes and with the amount of gear I like to take hiking I usually ended up with a sore back. If you are looking to use this bag for just that I’d recommend that you get a traditional two strap backpack with a good waist strap to support the weight.
If you are planning on using it as a CCW bag, make sure you understand how it is intended to work. You mount your holster so it rides around the small of your back. To draw, you don't swing the bag around (the zipper would be on the bottom)-- just reach back, pull the zipper, and reach in. The pocket is only zippered on the right, so not good for lefties.
Also, if you have lower back problems or plan on carrying anything super heavy I wouldn't recommend this. The strain on your shoulder and lower back from the one-strap construction could be too much after a while. Finally, the strap is SUPER long, even at the minimum length, so if you don't have a large chest or shoulders I wouldn't recommend this.
All that said, for what I use it for (hiking, some light schoolbooks, and just an urban carry-stuff-around bag) it's just right for me. One large pocket that can carry a LOT of stuff, the ease of a single strap, and the incredibly rugged construction mean this one will last me a number of years.