Everyday Carry

EVERGOODS Mountain Hip Pack

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Jonathan Tayag
EVERGOODS Mountain Hip Pack

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In the pursuit of the right bag for a lightweight EDC, the once-maligned fanny pack has made a big resurgence in recent years. That’s thanks in no small part to manufacturers making them actually practical and functional in terms of the features they pack into a small space, as well as versatility in how you can actually carry them around everyday. Take the new EVERGOODS Mountain Hip Pack for example: its functionality is in its name, but it’s just as useful as a crossbody sling or shoulder bag based your needs. The design of the Mountain Hip Pack brings easy access and comfortable all-day carry to the table, making it a compelling option when you’re looking to pick up your next everyday carry bag.

At 3.5L of capacity, the EVERGOODS Mountain Hip Pack has the organizational space to fit your EDC essentials, freeing up your limited pocket space when you’re on the go, and making your gear easier to reach at a moment’s notice too. Its made out of 210D HT (High Tenacity) nylon 6,6 material which is lightweight yet durable, and the bag itself only weighs 0.94 pounds unloaded. Whether you wear it as a shoulder sling or a hip pack its U-shaped main zipper allows wide access to the main compartment, and the drop-in pockets help you keep track of your smaller essentials and tech.

There’s an integrated key leash for added convenience, and for the most valuable things there’s a hidden zippered security pocket inside of the main cavity. Manipulating the side-mounted buckles allows you to quickly switch between hip pack and sling bag mode, and both methods of carry can be sustained for extended periods of time thanks to the breathable back panel that makes this a comfortable bag to have on hand.

Under the surface, the Mountain Hip Pack comes with some not-so-obvious features that give it some extra utility should you consider it as your EDC. Underneath the front panel is a quick stuff sleeve where you can slip in a small jacket or wet items without having to take up or mess with any of the interior space. The strap buckles themselves are on the side of the sling on top of padded material, so no hard plastic has to come into contact with your body. Last but not least, side compression straps expand or slim down the Hip Pack as needed throughout your day.

With its superior versatility and practicality, the EVERGOODS Mountain Hip Pack has the chops to be your daily driver when you’re pared down to the essentials. It can also act as a secondary personal bag for quick-access items when you’re traveling. The bag itself is available in a discreet black and a high-visibility limited edition blue that helps you stand out when you want to. Make one yours today by clicking the link below and buying it now.

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Jonathan Tayag

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About the Author
Jonathan Tayag is secretly an information technology and corporate security expert who prefers to moonlight as a creative event and commercial photographer whenever possible. His varied experience and substantial travels have led him to seek, without even thinking about it at first, the best gear for the best use at the best price available. Before the concept of EDC (everyday carry) firmly took hold, Jonathan already spent untold amounts of time optimizing for the best-in-slot pieces of gear, from cameras and lenses to pocket knives, pens, and bags and packs. In November 2015, Jonathan joined EverydayCarry.com and has since written numerous articles and guides to help impart his knowledge to the community as a whole.

Jonathan's photographic works have appeared on numerous online websites, print, video, and television outlets for over a decade. Jonathan's previous clients include Blizzard Entertainment, Red Bull, ESL, Razer, and several other endemic and non-endemic esports sponsors and brands. His work also features heavily in online competitive gaming communities, especially those of the StarCraft and Fighting Game genres. You've likely seen his work if you've spent time in a stream or in-game chat over the years.

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