Peak Design Field Pouch V2

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When it comes to everyday carry, versatility is one of the most important aspects to consider. After all, one piece of gear that can do the job of two makes a more efficient EDC. This is the principle that Peak Design kept in mind when designing the second iteration of their Field Pouch. It serves two purposes: it’s a solid everyday sling that can easily switch to organizer duty in a snap. Add to that comprehensive internal organization and it’s a great choice when you need to cover your bases on either front.

The Field Pouch V2 gives you 3L of adjustable space, which expands to accommodate more of your items, and as you empty it, it compresses to save space. Inside the actual pouch, you’ll find 1 internal zip pocket and 8 internal stretch pockets of varying sizes, giving you extra flexibility for all shapes and sizes of gear. Also worth mentioning is the felt lining on the inside, protecting its contents against bumps and scrapes.

As far as carry options go, it features an adjustable cord hook strap for a sling or over-the-shoulder carry. If a waist carry is more your thing, you can also take advantage of its integrated belt loops which work with standard photo belts. A rolltop hook-and-loop closure will ensure that everything inside remains inside, organized and protected.

And to keep your stuff safe from the elements, Peak Design equipped the Field Pouch V2 with a 400D double poly-coated nylon canvas shell with leather touchpoints, which is more than enough to daily dangers like like water, dust, grime, and other nasties that you might want to keep away from your gear. It’s worth mentioning that all the fabrics used are 100% recycled and the bag’s production itself is carbon neutral.

The Peak Design Field Pouch V2 is a double-duty daily performer up to the task of organizing and protecting your essentials. Pick it up in 3 colors at the link below.

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