They’ve been called many names: waist pack, hip sack, bum bag … some think they’re silly, while others swear by their practicality. We’re talking about fanny packs, and they don’t make them like they used to — and that’s a good thing. Nowadays, they’re more rugged, more durable.
Made for the modern man with rough hands, mud on his boots, and a gun on his hip. Let’s face it; tactical fanny packs are more than just a passing fad. They’re a utility staple. And when it comes to raw mobility and functionality, this military fanny pack can’t be beat.
CONCEALED CARRY FANNY PACK
Suppose you volunteer as a first responder or spend most of your time trekking through wild terrain. In that case, you probably own a firearm. Perhaps you’ve even been collecting for years. So you know that carrying a weapon is a responsibility not to be taken lightly, and you want to honor that responsibility by keeping your firearm safe and within reach.
You’ve got a lot of options — most opt for some kind of waist-band holster — but it’s worth considering using a fanny pack for concealed carry. By design, tactical fanny packs come with an easy-to-access compartment that carries your handgun. They usually have other pockets or sleeves that make carrying extra magazines, pocket knives, and other gear more effortless than ever before.
TACTICAL WAIST PACKS FROM HIGHLAND TACTICAL
From tactical waist pack to crossbody utility bag, the MOBILITY is loaded with utility and function. Constructed from heavyweight polyester, the Mobility tactical fanny pack is built to withstand the elements, making it the ideal accessory for hiking, camping, and other outdoor sports and activities, including fishing and hunting.
The wrap-around MOLLE system allows you to attach extra gear to the exterior of the bag and promotes customization, while the Hook & Loop allows you to add favorite morale patches. Front and back pockets make it easy to store personal items, a spacious main compartment allows for proper storage of your CCW and other items.
This isn’t a pack from the past. It’s a military-style fanny pack that’s understated and rugged, and completely destroying the stigma from the 80s and 90s. But if you worry that wearing something called a “fanny pack” will harm your image, try calling it a tactical waist bag instead.
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