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Maxpedition Entity Large Crossbody Bag

Whether you've built out a tactical EDC or just want the best essentials to get you through the day, it doesn't hurt to be prepared. Maxpedition have established their reputation in the EDC scene with their tactical-ready bags and pouches, but more recently they've offered more discreetly styled options for urban EDC. Their recent Entity series blurs the line between tactical features and non-tactical aesthetics, resulting in high performance bags that keep a low profile. The Entity Large Crossbody Bag brings this design concept to a sleek and quick sling silhouette fitted with the materials, modularity, and attention to detail you'd want in a daily work or EDC bag.

While the Entity Crossbody Bag might look non-descript at first glance, it's all by design. Neutral grey hues like Ash and Charcoal and an overall uncluttered exterior let the bag hide in plain sight. It's made from a durable yet lightweight blend of 500D nylon and polyester with a heathered texture and finish. The bag features a triple coating of polyurethane to keep things clean and dry when facing the unexpected conditions of travel and urban commuting. The bag offers a comfortable carry experience on either shoulder thanks to an adjustable strap made of smooth reinforced seatbelt webbing, a removable shoulder pad, and closed cell foam padding. For quick and quiet operation, Maxpedition uses Duralite Xlite nylon release buckles throughout.

With its 14-liter capacity, the bag can accommodate a laptop, tablet, plus a lighter load of your workday essentials. YKK zippers fitted with Maxpedition's Positive Grip Pulls grant easy access and one-finger operation, even while gloved, to the main compartment of the bag. It opens fully for at-a-glance loading and retrieval or can be held in place by detachable drawbridge straps for added security and structure. Inside, two side pockets help you organize your gear while a sleeve in the rear keeps your tablet or other flat items such as a notebook tucked away. Opposite the sleeve is a mesh pocket perfect for pens, a pocket flashlight, and even a small power bank. Directly below that is a hook-and-loop surface for mounting your own modular gear and accessories. A second lockable, hook-and-loop-lined rear compartment doubles as either CCW or laptop storage. Finally, a zippered side pocket with a silencing garage and a shock-cord water bottle pocket round out the bag's compartments.

The Maxpedition Entity Crossbody Bag is an excellent example of Maxpedition's ability to blend both tactical performance and practical usability in an everyday bag design. It also shows that attention to small details, from the materials to the mechanical design of its panels and even its zippers, create a product that easily crosses over from military or prepared citizen use to daily commuter or work carry. Check it out at the link below.

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* Price accurate at the time of publication and is subject to change.

Is the Maxpedition Falcon-II Worth It In 2019?

Well over a decade ago, there weren't very many options for a good EDC bag. Back in those days, Maxpedition made a name for themselves as a go-to choice for a sturdy, tactical bag. Gear enthusiasts often recommended the 18L Pygmy Falcon, 23L Falcon-II, and the larger 35L Falcon-III for their solid construction, top-notch materials at the time, and ample organizational features. Since their debut in 2003, Maxpedition’s goal was to create bags for law enforcement and military professionals that would stand up to the rigorous conditions in the field. But since then, the landscape and market for bags has drastically changed. Today, we're taking a look back at the Maxpedition Falcon line to see if it has what it takes to be a worthwhile pick in 2019.

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Maxpedition Entity Tech Sling 10L

When getting from point A to point B in a big city, keeping a low profile can be just as important as having all the gear you need within arm's reach. That's why more and more EDCers look for discreet bags they can bring into work or around town instead of the usual strapped-up tactical pack. But even with the right looks, your bag needs the performance to match—especially in critical situations. With a strong track record of making proper tactical packs, Maxpedition has what it takes to design a discreet EDC bag without compromising tactical features. The result is their best-selling tactical/non-tactical Entity line, and they've released a tech-friendly sling option to keep your commutes covertly covered.

The Tech Sling is a compact, 10L bag that's perfect for commuters and travelers who pack light and need their mobile office and tactical EDC all in one place. It accommodates up to a 13” laptop in its dedicated padded compartment which can be accessed from either side. The rest of the bag is designed for ambidextrous access and operation, which is an important feature to have on a sling. For example, its adjustable strap can be mounted in either left-hand or right-hand dominant orientations, while symmetric 3/4 zippers and pull handles on both sides make for easy operation from all angles. Its CCW compartment is also dual-entry, complete with a looped liner for attaching holsters and accessories. The Tech Sling also converts from a traditional sling pack when worn tight and close to your back to a more casual and comfortably accessible shoulder bag to be worn at your side.

A front admin panel keeps your smaller gear and mobile office essentials organized and folds out flat for at-a-glance convenience. Other thoughtful features like a key leash, mesh dump pocket, and a hi-vis interior round out the pack. The Tech Sling's exterior is made of a 500D nylon/poly blend in that low-key heathered fabric, coated with PU for added dirt and weather resistance. Its YKK zippers can be locked shut for peace of mind when traveling, but open in a flash thanks to oversized zipper pulls so you can get to your gear quickly. Check out the pack in full detail at the link below.

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Maxpedition Riftpoint

For carrying a day's worth of essentials, a compact backpack is one of the best ways to go. Proper straps provide all-day comfort, multiple compartments keep things tidy and accessible, and a smaller capacity maintains a low profile. Maxpedition brought all these qualities to the new AGR Riftpoint backpack, a smaller version of their best-selling Riftcore pack. And while it's sized for day-to-day hauls, it's equipped with features to handle bigger load outs for both casual and tactical applications alike.

The low-profile pack starts at a base 15L in capacity with minimal bulk. Its main compartment opens clamshell style for easy packing and features an internal gusseted sleeve for a small laptop or tablet. Opposite that are a loop panel for attaching internal pouches or organizers and a zippered top pocket for easy access. A smaller top zippered pocket on the exterior of the bag houses frequently used gear for quick access. On the front of the pocket you'll find more loop paneling to attach even more pouches or morale patches as you see fit. A zippered front pocket features an admin panel and another zippered pocket for keeping gear organized. Last but not least, a side-entry pocket on the padded back panel of the pack securely stores valuables or your CCW.

As part of the Advanced Gear Research line, the Riftpoint features a tactically inspired design with future-forward styling and materials. A mix of abrasion-resistant 1000D plain weave ballistic nylon and 500D hex nylon ripstop make up the bag, with TPU and Teflon coating for water- and grime-resistance. Last but not least, laser-cut lattices along the front and sides of the pack serve as attachment points for modular pouches, giving you the freedom to carry more when the situation calls. This compact EDC bag comes in traditional tactical and military colors: black, grey, and tan to match the rest of your gear. Check it out at the link below.

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Maxpedition Entity 21

Far too often, tactical backpacks for EDC make you stand out like a sore thumb. That's because they're designed with battlefield use in mind, not everyday situations. Anything that brings unwanted attention to you and your gear can be a potential risk. If you've been looking for a discreet tactical EDC backpack, the Maxpedition Entity 21 is for you. Its attractive design doesn't feel out of place, but it's still a tactical bag through and through.

The low-profile minimal design of the Entity 21 is something you don't expect to see on a tactical bag. The bag features an urban gray color scheme and muted branding to keep things low-profile. It's still built tough enough to stand with the rest of the tactical packs out there with its weather-resistant, PU-coated 500D Kodra fabric exterior. Beefy YKK zippers as well as reinforced seams and straps ensure the bag lasts through everyday wear and tear.

True to its name, the Entity 21 provides 21 liters of storage space in total. Its main compartment opens up like a clamshell for easy access to your gear. It also includes a dedicated padded pouch for a small tablet. For added security while travelling, the main compartment is compatible with TSA locks. It also has a magnetic closure that helps keep your gear inside even if you forget to zip the bag up. For further organization, the flap space on the sides work well with your small items. There's also a dedicated space for concealed carry that's accessible from both sides. If you don't carry concealed, you can use the compartment to store your valuables and important identity documents as well.

To the uninitiated, the Entity 21 might look like a regular backpack. And for some of you, that's exactly what you want. Check out this new discreet tactical pack at the link below.

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Maxpedition MRZ Pocket Organizer

Keeping things organized in an EDC pouch is a top efficiency tip, with Maxpedition making some of the most robust and useful organizers to accommodate even the most expansive loadouts. The MRZ Mini Organizer—born out of Maxpedition's AGR (Advanced Gear Research) department—takes the simple pouch and upgrades it on every level. It's a modern hardshell hybrid organizer that you can literally throw at your daily packing tasks.

The secret of the MRZ's shell is in its semi-rigid front face. The dual nylon fabric construction allows extra protection for your essentials, of which you'll have plenty to fit in thanks to its extensive internal organization. The protective structure of the shell allows for a unique, zippered stash pocket for your loose or bulky essentials that few pouches offer. The rest of the interior organization features a more familiar configuration with an elastic pocket, loops, and even a Keyper to organize the rest of your gear.

On its rear are laser-cut attachment points which let you carry or attach the MRZ to larger packs with the use of its included polymer joining clips. Or if you prefer, a nylon composite carry handle up top lets you easily carry or transfer the pouch when needed. Rounding out the MRZ's fit and finish is a front hook and loop field for your morale patches, Teflon-coated construction, and heavy-duty YKK zippers to be expected from Maxpedition's rugged pouches.

Carry and organize your gear with confidence with the Maxpedition MRZ, available from Amazon at the link below.

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Maxpedition LPW (Low Profile Wallet)

With something as simple as a minimalist wallet, it's hard to improve on a design without adding too many bells and whistles. Leave it to Maxpedition to take their crowd-favorite Micro Wallet and make it even better. The new LPW (Low Profile Wallet) improves upon its predecessor's already solid design with upgrades to the materials and pocket configuration. All that attention to the smallest details makes a significant impact, resulting in a thinner, more durable, and more usable everyday front pocket wallet.

To get the LPW slimmer and lighter, it's constructed with three different weights of ballistic nylon. The main exterior uses a 500D nylon with a hexagon-shaped pattern designed to stop any rips and holes from getting bigger. The interior uses a lighter, more pliable 420D plain weave nylon. Lastly, the outer edges of the wallet are reinforced with heavy duty 1000D nylon. You get all the water- and abrasion resistance you'd expect from nylon, while a treatment of Teflon keeps grime and oils away.

The LPW's standout feature (and most convenient one) is its enlarged ID window. It's sized to clearly display your credentials without fabric obscuring any part of the card, making flashing your ID easier than ever. On the other side, there's two slots that fit 3-4 cards each. Behind that, you can stash half-folded cash or any other loose essentials in an enlarged slip pocket. Its placement on the inside of the wallet (compared to the Micro Wallet's exterior slot) makes it a safer bet for securing the important stuff.

As part of Maxpedition's Advance Gear Research line, it's only fitting that the wallet gets a low-profile makeover. Gone are the contrast stitches and not-so-subtle branding from the Micro Wallet. Instead, everything from the embroidered outer logo to the bar tack reinforcements and double-stitching is tonal. The LPW comes in neutral tones to match the rest of your tactical gear, like black, khaki, and grey, which you can grab at the link below.

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Maxpedition Veldspar

If you've been holding out on EDCing a tactical bag because of the way they look, we understand. Not everyone wants to stand out in a crowd. Camouflage and webbing might be useful in the field, but it can put a target on your back in an urban environment. Maxpedition's Veldspar shoulder bag brings the brand's signature tactical functionality to a lower profile design, perfect for EDC in the city.

It's slim, streamlined, and far from how you'd picture a standard tactical bag to look. Even if it doesn't have MOLLE everywhere, it'll still perform with the best of them. Instead, a laser-cut attachment lattice on the exterior of the pack provides some subtle modularity and nylon webbing on the inside of the bag offers more familiar organization options. A sturdy 1000/500D Teflon-coated nylon makes up the rest of the bag, while YKK zippers throughout ensure easy and reliable access to your gear through daily use.

At 8L in capacity it's just the right size to supplement your pocket space for the rest of your everyday essentials. You even can carry a tablet in the main compartment, a water bottle on the side, and security pocket for stashing valuables or your CCW. With so much organizational space, the Veldspar can help de-clutter your carry as well and keep everything in its place.

With the Veldspar you can step up to carrying a tactical bag without committing to a tactical look. Pick one up and try it out for yourself at the link below.

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Maxpedition Skyridge Tech Messenger Bag

Tactical bags offer bulletproof reliability, but they often make you stand out in a crowd. That's not a good thing, especially if you EDC expensive electronics and valuables. If you want tactical performance without tactical looks, check out the Maxpedition Skyridge. It's a low-profile tech messenger bag that'll help you run incognito on the move.

You'd be hard-pressed to tell that the Skyridge is even a tactical bag. Gratuitous MOLLE webbing doesn't cover its every square inch. Instead, it's limited to the sides, where you'll still have plenty of attachment points for gear. Even the hook-and-loop patch ID section on the flap looks decorative. When not in use, they don't scream for attention. Only you'll know their true purpose, and that's the point.

With 12.5L capacity and the ability to accommodate up to a 13” laptop, the Skyvale is sized just right for essentials. There's also plenty of internal pockets to help you manage and organize your carry, including a dedicated CCW pocket that could double as a security pocket for stashing valuables. The Skyvale's strong padding and solid water resistant nylon will also give you peace of mind even if you end up carrying it through rough situations.

The Skyridge is available in three different colors: black, gray, and tan. If you want a larger version of the bag with the same features, check out the Skyvale as well. It'll fit up to a 17” laptop and the rest of your gear. You can grab the smaller Skyridge in black at the link below.

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Maxpedition Incognito Quad Messenger Bag

Rummaging through your bag trying to find your gear is the last thing you want—especially when you're in a rush. All that useful storage space you want in your EDC bag can sometimes be a double-edged sword. When you're carrying light, smaller items seem to get swallowed up and disappear in your bag, making organizing gear that much harder.

With the Incognito Quad, Maxpedition has put out a tough nylon messenger bag with organization at its core. The bag gets its name from the four external pockets that line the bag, each with a clear and defined role to accommodate your EDC. One is perfect for fitting your water bottle. Right next to it is a pocket with spaces for your pens and stationery. On the reverse side is a utility pocket for your smaller items, like a mobile device for example.

The CCW-compatible outer pocket has velcro pads for your own personal configuration. It's designed to open quick and easy via a pull tab, giving you reliable access to what you put inside. The internal main compartment fits larger objects, like a 13” laptop. It's well-padded for that extra protection, but it doesn't end there: the zippers can accommodate locks, making this bag great for travel as well.

Maxpedition built this bag with hard use in mind. It's made out of 1050 water and abrasion resistant nylon covered in Teflon for easy cleaning. Lastly, it uses YKK zippers outfitted with paracord zipper pulls, making them easier to operate.

The Incognito Quad has a proper place for everything in your everyday carry. You can pick one of these up for yourself at the Amazon link below.

Buy on Amazon: $121.10*

* Price shown reflects pricing at the time of publication, and may have changed since.

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