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Maxpedition Lunada Gearslinger
Reviews: Maxpedition Lunada Gearslinger
Reviewed by 6 customers
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Reviewer: D.P. Dascenzo | Toledo, OH
Very well-constructed product. Helps keep your kit organized. With some planning, you can fit a decent amount of gear inside, and the molle webbing on outside allows for added storage/carrying options. I have to admit that carrying the bag gearslinger style is fine, but it's not exactly all that comfortable, especially if your wearing only a tshirt or a thin shirt/fleece. The extra stability strap helps though and overall the gearslinger style offers some versatile carrying otions. I dig the availability of the molle/webbing for adding attachments. The bag is not that big though, and manuevering inside the main compartment can be a little tight. I recommend finding yourself a good pouch (EDC Pouch or Fatty) and stowing some items inside that and then stowing the pouch inside the main compartment of the Lunada - you'll still have some room inside the main compartment for a few other things and your critical items will be available when you need them and not stuffed down into the bottom of the main compartment. Also, don't plan on attaching any large items to the outside of the pack via the webbing. The body of the Lunada is just not large enough to support bigger items/pouches. Maybe a mini rollypoly for a bottle holder on one side and a MM rollypoly or vertical gp pouch on the other side for extra storage... Just my thoughts...but that's one of the great things about maxped gear, you can use your imagination and come up with various configurations to suit your individual needs...Overall this is a very tough, durable, and functional bag....just plan ahead before you start packing your gear and you'll be able to get the most out of this well-done Lunada.
Sturdy, loads of features
Reviewer: Chris | USA
This bag is very well-made and sturdy. Expect to be able to put it to many uses. It is has many zippered compartments, roomy for all my needs.
Reviewer: Shawn S. | Georgia
This is a compact but exceptionally high quality back pack. It holds alot of stuff for such a compact bag. Plenty of room for my medical kit, Bug Out supplies, Sig Sauer P238 with spare magazine and room for some little extras. I want to get the 32oz water bottle and holder to attach to it. It is my Supply bag/Go bag that I take to work and home daily(minus the fire arm). I am so impressed that I am ordering a larger Gearslinger for my primary everyday bag to keep in my vehicle. I highly recomend Maxpedition.
Good for EDC
Reviewer: Brian | North Carolina
I have been looking for the "perfect" EDC (Every Day) bag for years now. Something that could hold a netbook, camera, first aid kit, pens, pencils, keys and toiletries, and not scream "hey, I've got a bunch of expensive stuff in here" to the casual onlooker. Netbook bags were too small, bags were too big. I tried messenger bags, but they never had enough organization so I ended up with pouches and more pouches, almost doubling the weight of any bag I used. I used a Dakine backpack for a while, but it was too big to bring on casual errands. Enter the Lunada. Its main pocket holds my netbook with plenty of room for a hardback, power cords and a travel towel (like you're surprised). The top pocket holds knickknacks and snacks, and the lower pocket has the aforementioned pens, etc.
I've only had the bag for a couple of days, but it's infinitely lighter than any of my other bags. Also, the construction is top notch. This thing is overbuilt and ready to take a beating. The closest thing to complaints I can come up with have to do with the shock cord and the rear pocket. First, what the hell is that shock cord supposed to do on the front? should I put an umbrella through it? It serves no logical purpose to my knowledge, save making the bag look more "tacticool". Second, the setup of the rear pocket doesn't allow for cross-draw of a firearm, and strong-arm draw is awkward at best if the bag is worn close to the body.
Overall, I dig this bag. It's big enough to carry all my essentials, but small enough to keep me from going overboard with what can become "essential" due to magical thinking.
Reviewer: Rich M. | Washington
This product is made with the same high level of craftsmanship as all of the other Maxpedition products. Zippers are heavy duty, stitching is solid and the compartments are generous. The volume of this bag is greater than expected. I was able to easily transfer my Maxpedition Jumbo Pack items over to this pack. The carry of this bag is much more comfortable than the Jumbo Pack. The ease of carry will have you wanting to carry it everywhere you go. I purchased the khaki and the shade has a slight hint of olive in it. The color is outstanding!!
Life can be hard on gear, especially on those everyday packs and bags. Understanding how taxing the daily grind can be on kit bags, Maxpedition utilizes only the highest performing materials. Its story begins in a small workshop in 1988, where experts were dedicated to creating hard-use, military-specification nylon gear. It wasn't long before this commitment to producing durable bags was well-known throughout the world. Despite Maxpedition's international and domestic success, it continues to develop even more user-friendly designs and only uses quality materials and meticulous craftsmanship. Adhering to its philosophy of constant self-improvement, Maxpedition gear can withstand the rigors of the outdoors, the office, the gym or even that next mission in the field.