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Shot Show 2015: Maxpedition

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AR15.COM hosted this great session with Tim Tang, Maxpedition’s founder, previewing their 2015 bag line.     Lots of great stuff.  Four new Gearslinger variants including a smaller Duffle added to their Adventure Bag series and the addition of a padded waist belt and internal frame to two models.   I’m really digging their Ordinance Range […]

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First Look: Maxpedition Narrow Look Bag

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As I shared last month, Maxpedition indicated some new products were on the horizon.  They didn’t waste any time.  A little over a week ago, they released a new Wolf Gray colorway (similar to Arcteryx’s Wolf Gray), a number of new zippered pouches, EDC organizers in different sizes, an RFID blocking wallet, and my personal […]

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Gear Diary: Maxpedition’s Future and the new TAD Litespeed

Dan Hyman, who designed the Xantha backpack for Maxpedition, dropped me a note this week.  Dan said he appreciated some of our feedback on the pack and that more good stuff is coming.  The Xantha was Dan’s first design for Maxpedition.  If that pack is indicative of what we’ll see in the future then I […]

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Maxpedition Xantha Internal Frame Pack Review

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Since becoming EDC obsessed, I’ve gone back and forth on Maxpedition as a company.  One of my first serious bag purchases was the Maxpedition Sitka Gearslinger.  I liked the idea of that bag, but as with most of my sling purchases, it didn’t work out for me.  Same with the Kodiak.  Then I ultimately gave […]

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Orange Diamond Concealment Bag Holster Review

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We’ve reviewed a number of bags designed for concealed carry.  Almost all of them rely on hook and loop to attach a holster.  Most hook backed holsters are nylon and/or elastic.  Some are decent but many that I’ve tried tend to snag parts of the firearm on the draw and re-holstering can be a challenge. […]

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Gear Diary: Maxpedition Xantha First Impressions

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Over the Memorial Day weekend, I had the chance to take the Maxpedition Xantha out on a hike for the first time.  The Xantha is a 32L/2000 cubic inch internal frame backpack.     Here are some early first impressions of the pack. THE GOOD The Xantha’s internal frame sheet (which includes an aluminum stay) […]

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First Look: Maxpedition Zafar Internal Frame Pack

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I have very exciting news for you long suffering Maxpedition fans.  Finally, Maxpedition is coming out with new backpack designs.  The Zafar Internal Frame Pack is built around a polypropylene frame with a single aluminum stay. It includes a soft-lined sunglasses pouch, hydration pocket for a 100oz hydration bladder, a variety of mesh pockets to […]

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Gear Diary: GoRuck GR1 Sternum Strap and Pouches

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One of my early frustrations with the GoRuck GR1 has been the lack of a sternum strap.  I’m still not sure why GoRuck didn’t include one and they haven’t sprinkled the GR1 with magic fairy dust that makes it an unnecessary option.  Yes, the wider shoulder straps do help and the wearer can cinch them tight to […]

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Deal Alert: Buy One, Get One Free Maxpedition Gear

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Maxpedition is running their buy one, get one free sale on Digital Camo gear.  You have to use code “DFCBG3” at checkout.  The deal runs until April 16th or while supplies last.  Here is the fine print: OFFER BEGINS ON WEDNESDAY, APRIL 10, 2013 AT 10:00AM PACIFIC STD TIME OFFER ENDS ON TUESDAY, APRIL 16, […]

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Admin Pouch Death Match: Maxpedition Monkey Combat Admin Review

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The first casualty and 4th place finisher in our Admin Pouch Death Match is Maxpedition’s Monkey Combat Admin Pouch (MCAP).  I have some prior experience with this pouch.  It was first recommended to me on the EDC Forums many moons ago when I was a Noob asking for advice on how to add additional organization to […]

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