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UTG TACT MESSENGER BAG BLK.
The Multi-Functional Tactical Messenger from UTG features a roomy, drawstring-closed main compartment for secure gear storage with additional pockets for organization and access to essentials. The bag features a front pocket for quick access, an interior pocket for separated storage, and a concealed back pocket with zipper closure to protect small firearms or accessories. A fully adjustable, padded, ergonomic shoulder strap ensures comfortable carrying.
Love this bag. Good enough for every day not too large but big enough to carry my lunch and all my EDC items. Stitching is good all around. Material feels solid. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Chris DeRosa
Product came new in package but was sub standard and should not have passed inspectionPublished 2 months ago by Roland Buller
Maybe the perfect companion to travel a city walking. Secured, plenty of space, light... I love it ! Read morePublished 3 months ago by ccombey
Very well made and balances nicely on shoulder. The added velcro belt loop on the underside is a smart idea. Helps keep it from bobbing from back to front while walking.Published 3 months ago by Gary Lalonde
I've been wanting this bag for a EDC bag for awhile so I finally decided to order it. It's well made and the stitching looks really good,the zippers function flawlessly, it's much... Read morePublished 3 months ago by nlwoodsmen
I've owned that bag for over a year now and I love it. I use it as a tool bag to carry a foldable shovel, measuring tape, flashlight, pens, my gps unit, utility knife... Read morePublished 4 months ago by S. Landry
good material and workmanship. like the more urban friendly color . using it for travel and touring and some hikes . it has all the function that is required. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Edward Marcal
Fast shipping, good quality bag. Not as big as most "messenger bags" but has the capacity of a good "field bag". Quite stiff out of the box, may soften up with use.Published 5 months ago by David Holmes