Sometimes the small stuff makes all the difference. Maxpedition makes these two items - the Utility Pouch and the Universal Pistol Wrap - to keep your gear organized. I have used and like both of them. Check them out and then head over to Maxpedition for more
Here's a chance to get almost $400 worth of gear for maybe 1/4 of the price. Watch the video for details, but basically we are taking bids (starting at $100) for all this gear, which totals around $400. ALL the money goes toward helping the family of Marshall
The Entity line from Maxpedition is their 3rd style of bag - the Legacy and the AGR line came earlier. This new Entity line is clearly the most 'gray man' of them all, and yet the gear remains highly functional - check it out!
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The new Maxpedition Entity line is a gray man style of gear that is low-profile and high-function. This is the third line for Maxpedition - the Legacy, the AGR, and now this Entity line.
Take a look and let me know what you think.
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In this video, Brendan gives us his take on the new SOG Ranger Backpack. As is true of the other SOG packs we've checked out here on the channel, this one is nicely made with a pretty wide variety of accessories and features for such a small bag.
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The Amabilis Dave Jr. 2.0 Duffle is SWEET. I can't lie - I've seen a lot of bags in the last few years and this one - for a cool, EDC-type, duffle bag - stands out. The Dave Jr. is named for
The Maxpedition Gridflux is a new sling bag from their AGR (Advanced Gear Research) line. It's well-made and in using it as an EDC bag, it has done well. Lots of little features add up to make this bag a high-function bag - features like the ATLAS system