DSPTCH Sling Pouch Collection

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If you want to keep your EDC tightly consolidated and accessible all in one place, your best bet is the tactical sling bag. Luckily for us EDCers it's become a bit of a fashion statement, but a practical one nonetheless. And when it comes to blending utilitarian style with performance-driven features, few bag companies do it as well as DSPTCH. Their latest Sling Pouch collection brings three cross-body bags to the table with dialed in organization, thoughtful capacity options, and stylish, low-profile silhouettes.

One main advantage of a sling bag is it can keep your gear comfortably close to your body, which makes all the difference when you're on the go. All three bags in the DSPTCH Sling Pouch Collection were designed to ride comfortably against the body while keeping bulk to a minimum thanks to an ergonomic curved back panel where the strap connects to the bag. They all feature the same adjustable, removable and quick-releasing strap, but vary by their capacity and organization.

The Slim Sling Pouch stands out in the collection for its slim silhouette that best fills its niche as a cross-body bag. It's more square than rectangular in shape, with a 1”  depth to slip under outerwear. The main zippered compartment is divided into two vertical internal pockets, with one webbed section and one gusseted slip pocket for exterior storage. 

The Medium Sling Pouch offers higher capacity and a more traditional rectangular pouch shape. Its main compartment is large enough to accommodate a tablet or book along with a few other essentials, while the front of the pack offers more storage via a zippered pocket and a row of webbing for attaching gear. 

Last but not least, the Small Sling Pouch is sized for just the essentials, accommodating your phone, wallet, keys, and small EDC items with its row of exterior webbing.

The packs are constructed from water-resistant, DWR-treated 1680D ballistic nylon for durability and structure. The navy bags also feature clear laminate panel details for at-a-glance identification of your gear. Other details like a removable D-ring, tactile zipper pulls, and back panel padding round out the pouches. Check out the latest collection in more detail over at DSPTCH's site below.

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Is it me or is DSPTCH is like the cleaner version of TAD! LOL