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Maxpedition Remora Gearslinger
The Remora is the newest and smallest member of the Gearslinger line, designed to be light weight and comfortable yet, like all Maxpedition products, loaded with features and attachment points. Both the main and rear compartments have loop fields for attaching internal CCW accessories. Shoulder strap is ambidextrous and concealable.
Features: Front pocket: 6" x 6" x 1" with divider, keyper, elastic loops, drainage grommet, YKK zipper closure Front slip pocket: 6" x 5", YKK zipper closure Main compartment: 9" x 7" x 3" slightly tapered towards the top, front and back divider, internal loop field for CCW, YKK#10 zipper closure, drainage grommet Rear pocket: 6" x 8" with internal loop field for CCW, button closure Modular webbing: 2 rows x 4 channels in front, 3 rows x 2 channels on both sides, 2 rows on shoulder strap. Belt loop: Hook-and-loop flap style, non-slip texture, accommodates up to 2.5" wide belt Shoulder strap: Ambidextrous. Integral with 2" webbing and Duraflex Warrior side-release buckle, can be concealed in rear compartment Handle: 1" webbing with cushion and Duraflex D-rings for optional shoulder strap Approximate overall volume: 225 cu. in. Empty weight: 18.3oz Product Materials: 1000-Denier water and abrasion resistant light-weight ballistic nylon fabric Teflon fabric protector for grime resistance and easy maintenance YKK high strength zippers and zipper tracks UTX-Duraflex nylon buckles for low sound closures Triple polyurethane coated for water resistance High tensile strength nylon webbing High tensile strength composite nylon thread (stronger than ordinary industry standard nylon thread) #AS-100 high grade closed-cell foam padding material for superior shock protection Internal seams taped and finished Paracord zipper pulls Stress points double stitched, Bartacked or "Box-and-X" stitched for added strength Cleaning Instructions:
Maxpedition's nylon fabric is treated with Dupont Teflon for superb water and grime resistance To clean, simply wipe down with a damp cloth. Allow gear to dry naturally Do not machine wash Do not use detergent or bleach
Reviews: Maxpedition Remora Gearslinger
Reviewed by 5 customers
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Practical, tough-looking murse
Reviewer: Waldo M. | Berlin, CT
I love Maxpedition gear and this one is another winner. The size is perfect to carry essentials like wallet, sunglasses, multi-tool, small notepad and pen and a surefire flashlight. If you like outside carry, the back pocket fits just about any 9mm weapon nicely, although concealment may not be total for some models. The only thing I wish they added is a shoulder pad on the strap. Other than that, nobody is going to call you a wuss if you pick this as your man-bag of choice. Even in Europe, where carrying a bag is the norm for men, this little gem looks great. Of course, the pocket is useless in the continent where only some cops can carry, but the space can be used for maps.
Reviewer: J. Poe | Ann Arbor, MI
I've been using the Remora for a little over a month now for EDC use. For its size/category it works perfect for my minimum EDC gear requirements (Compact Fenix LD20 Flashlight, Surge multi-tool, level 1 first aid kit). Due to its size limits I can't squeeze much more in it though and I would not personally consider or recommend it for a "day-hike" pack. I am very pleased with the product, it's durable and made of quality material. I also appreciate the overall design in that it has the look and feel of a "guy bag" but doesn't appear too conspicuous to stand out as a "tactical" bag. You can sling this pack over your shoulder or back and you truly don't stand out in a crowd. I am however considering upgrading to the Luanda to gain a little more in size but have no complaints about the Remora.
Best gear bag for a MAN!
Reviewer: PC Fitness | Sioux Falls, S.D.
I have to say that I carry concealed, and determined the main reason i purchased this everyday bag. It has enough compartments to store stuff on an "as needed basis" meaning stuff you access quite a bit, the front 2 pockets are easy to get into, and the stuff you just keep with you can go in the big one and accessed as needed.
The holster, an option you need to purchase separately if you plan on carrying, is an ingenious little piece of velcro that adjusts to hold any size firearm from 22- 45 discreetly.
The material is all ripstop, and I have never had an issue with tearing or zipper malfunction, however the little ties that come in the zippers tend to come un-tied sometimes, but its no big deal.
The bag is an over the shoulder cross bag that adjusts from tight enough to run with to loose enough to carry everyday.
Its this man's man-bag of choice!
Great Maxpedition Bag Per Usual
Reviewer: T. Vukovic | Chicago, IL
I love Maxpedition gear and would always recommend it to anyone looking for high quality tactical bags. This little guy is a very nice EDC bag. Little on the expensive side, but again, if you know Maxpedition quality some would argue it's totally worth it. I have several Maxpedition bags and this one, like the others, is very cool, very solid, and well organized. It could use a few extra compartments but it is a pretty small bag and you can only cram so many compartments in such a small package. All in all though it's a great bag.
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.