This Maxpedition Gearslinger review is designed to fit you with the right Maxpedition Gearslinger for your needs. All of these packs are phenomenally built with top military grade ballistic nylon, teflon coated, Dupont stain resistant and constructed to last a lifetime.
There are seven different packs in the Maxpedition Gearslinger line up, they range from small carry bags to a large 1600 cu inch monster. The great thing about the Gearslinger series is that they are designed to be transported by the single chest strap instead of double shoulder straps like a backpack. This design allows you to sling the bag from your back to your chest to access the contents easily without dismounting the bag. All of the pockets on the Gearslingers are designed to be accessed this way so they have extremely good organizational bands and dividers inside the pockets. They are extremely well designed.
Maxpedition Gearslinger Review – Bags in Order of Size
- Maxpedition Remora – 9 “x 7”
- Maxpedition Noatak – 11 “x 7”
- Maxpedition Lunda – 12 “x 8”
- Maxpedition Malaga 13 “x 9.5”
- Maxpedition Sitka- 15 “x 8”
- Maxpedition Kodiak- 17 “x 10”
- Maxpedition Monsoon- 18 “x 16”
Each Maxpedition bag has its own unique features but the main difference between all of the Gearslingers is the size. The small bags are perfect for an EDC bag for those people that do not need to carry around a bunch of gear on a daily basis. The large bags are like a regular backpack and can pack a ton of gear. Each one of the Gearslingers has perfectly designed pockets so that all of your gear has its place and does not move inside once it is packed.