The 5*11 Tactical Man Purse. This bag is pure function, ideal for a day at the range, or simply for keeping your sidearm ready to grab on your way out the door. I got mine as a promotion, and use it for going to the range and taking my sidearm camping and hiking. Also feature two expandable water bottle pouches, and several convenient tool compartments.
Picked up the PUSH bag a week ago to use as my weekend carry bag. Wanted something to use around town a little smaller then my MOAB 6. Love the bag, everything I would expect from 511. If I were to change anything about it, it would be a small grab handle on the top.
Outstanding!!! I have had my bag for over a year and have utilized it on a variety of missions. Especially useful when in another country and you can not utilize a backpack.
Great capacity, strength, endurance, for me, the best I've ever had.
IF YOU WANT TO CALL IT A MAN PURSE THEN DO SO THIS IS A GREAT WORKING BAG. I USE IT AS A SMALL BAIL OUT WITH THE NECESSARY ITEMS NEEDED FOR MY LIFE STYLE. I HAVE HAD THIS BAG NOW FOR A YEAR THINKING ABOUT GETTING ANOTHER....GREAT ITEM...
i already got this bag for almost five years!two trips to new york and every day use as concealed carry ,camera bag and med storage...flawless. good job 511
I have one for almost 4 years and have no complaints about it. Outstanding product.
I have carried one of these for a long time and mostly like it. BUT, I like to carry a bottle of water at all times and the side pockets are not well suited for this need. Awkward. Just a slight redesign would make this a lot better. Still, I carry it frequently and mine has held up with rough field use.
the main compartment is 8 inches wide, which makes it about 1.5 to 2 inches too narrow to carry an iPad, book, etc.
I purchased the Push Pack as a daily carry while on travel for work or for vacation. In particular a trip to Venice and Rome was planned and having spent two weeks with a packsack in an earlier trip I knew I needed something smaller and more designed for the crowded streets. This little bag ended up being perfect. In crowded Venice walkways I could swing it around to the front taking away any chance of someone opening it up and taking my glasses or camera and when I was in a museum or store I could have it sit close to my back and not be a hazard. I would like to see a small bit of adjustment to one of the two sleeves to incorporate the admin components. This would set the pens and pads apart from the main sleeve. Other than that it was perfect. And for those people who complain of the two small sleeves on the arms for the straps as not being large enough to accommodate an EDC folding knife, the CRKT Squid fits in there just perfectly,
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