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Gearslingers are single strapped, organized, backpacks that allow for speedy, easy access to contents and go on and come off faster than backpacks.
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About Gearslingers

Gearslingers are single strapped backpacks that allow for speedy, easy access to their contents, go on and come off faster than backpacks, and offer lots of compartments and pockets to keep gear organized. The single strap design means that gearslingers can be rotated from the user’s back to their front and packed items accessed without having to remove the bag. Pockets and pouches are oriented so that materials and kit can be slotted quickly, and without difficulty when used in this manner. When carrying heavier loads for extended times, users may find a double strapped backpack more comfortable, but if quick and easy access to your gear is your prime concern, a gearslinger is the pack for you. Available in capacities up to 16L, and offering expandability via additional pockets and pouches attached via PALS webbing, these packs are perfect for use to and from work, while cycling, or while on on day trips or hikes.

Our Gearslingers

We stock only the best in Gearslingers so you can rest assured knowing you're COEC Equipped.
Frost River Little Marais Messenger Bag
Frost River Little Marais Messenger BagFrost River's Little Marais Messenger Bag is the definition of small but mighty. A sling bag that is small enough to take on simple day trips, but also surprisingly roomy enough to hold a 2L jug or a standard Klean Kanteen insulated water bottle.
Maxpedition Solstice Camera Shoulder Bag
Maxpedition Solstice Camera Shoulder BagThe Maxpedition Solstice Camera Bag is specifically designed for photographers looking for a tough and well-built camera bag for stowing and travelling with quick, well though out gear access.
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