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NOW £65. Hazard4 Evac Plan-B, the coolest manbag 👍(+ Extras)

NOW £65. Hazard4 Evac Plan-B, the coolest manbag 👍(+ Extras)


  • Price £65.00
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Hey Guys, I'm a big fan of edc manbags, so typically I've got too many, & I've come to realise that I'm a bit of a Maxpedition gear whore, so I'm gonna sell some of the others.

Today I'm posting up my Hazard4 Evac Plan-B, probably one of the coolest manbags in existence, very distinctive in shape & it has many quality features.

This has been my "go to" bag for a couple of years now, especially for air travel as it comes in under the dimensions for carry on luggage.

Mine comes with some extras, as standard they have a moveable padded Velcro divider, handy for separating contents & protecting fragile valuables such as cameras, mine comes with 2 extra dividers, which also help the bag keep its shape when not fully loaded.

Also, as you can see from the stock pics, on both sides there's molle webbing, as well as a drop in pocket on each side, to give me some extra carrying capacity I fitted two full length Tactical Tailor hydro pouches, good quality & give extra capacity without looking overtly military in the way that regular "boxy" molle pouches do, which is a plus when passing through customs etc.

The two hydro pouches are secured with malice clips at the top, but the lower sections are secured with aftermarket quick release clips, which allow you to access the hidden drop in pockets on the sides quickly if needed.

The overall condition is excellent, the only tiny fault is on the main strap near the buckle, on a recent trip to Cyprus I noticed the softer inner material had started to fray, I made an "on the fly" repair to it to stop it fraying further, it's not noticeable in use & I doubt it will reoccur but better I mention it now, I have taken a pic to show my needlework lol.

Heres the manufacturers blurb, explains the bag better than me:

Being jammed in confined spaces for hours is an unfortunate part of the business for many professionals we serve. Whether it’s a military unit in a personnel carrier, a pilot in a cockpit, drivers in a HumVee, or a journalist in the back of a goat truck, they all have to bring their gear, and all may need to ‘relocate’ in a hurry. This is the environment for which our Evac™ line of sling-packs has been developed. Slim shaped, for fast maneuvering in crowds, they can be stored in vehicles/lockers, and are quick to take on or off. They are also ambidextrous, and unlike others in this class, are actually comfortable to wear. The main padded strap is cocked at either the right or left lower corner, so the pad aligns ergonomically in the correct body-hugging direction. There is no slack, or gapping away from the body as is typical with similar single shoulder packs. The bag can be rotated to the chest for on-the-go access, and all pockets are designed to face the user in this mode on either the right or left side. This means the user can go from wearing the pack on his back, to driving a vehicle with it on his chest in just a few seconds. One-strap also makes shouldering a long-gun natural - unlike a regular backpack

_ the total-customization Evac™ w/ full molle coverage
_ 3-d thermo-moulded back-panel for support w/ flex
_ padded, movable internal divider like those in photo bags
_ small top-zipper to pass long objects like antennas/barrels
_ side elastic-topped-pockets for water bottles, knives, etc.
_ compression-straps also cross to secure large objects 
_ relatively large volume will hold bulky items with ease
_ generously padded back with air circulation pad array
_ 3-d air-mesh under strap for ventilation & comfort
full hydration bladder compatible: can fit hydration 
   bladders up to 67 oz./2 L; can also fit 3 L hydration 
   bladders but only filled up to 2.5 L capacity

_ one large pocket for access while on chest w/ organizer
_ one smaller stuff-pocket for gloves, etc. w/ patch area
_ large grab-handles for carrying and pulling to front/back
_ trap-door pass for hydration hose w/ large bite-valve cover
_ internal mesh zip/elastic pockets for organizing items
_ top-open panel zipper can be accessed while on chest
_ wind-flap zippers on all pockets to keep out the elements
_ 3-d, padded shoulder strap built without any sharp edges
_ large, locking side-push buckle is easily indexed on chest
_ stabilizer strap links to either side (keeps bag from sliding)
_ top/bottom compression-straps, also secure tubular items
_ velcro patch is a recessed window style
_ compression straps can cross on sides & over top 
_ more flexible shoulder strap-pad

Weapons Accommodations: 
_ hydration area loop-fastener for our modular pistol holster
_ all-round molle webbing for attaching holsters/mag pouches
_ large external pockets fit multiple rifle/pistol magazines
_ side flat-pockets for paddle holsters or rifle magazines


I think I've explained it fully, there are plenty of reviews of these on the net, & they're all very positive, if anyone needs any more info or pics just holler, price includes fees & a signed for service.



Bump & a price drop to £65

a muppet on another forum made me a silly offer, when I knocked him back he got arsey saying it was "well overpriced", so for anyone interested, the bags themselves retail around £100 (although I've seen them as high as £140), the extra dividers are about a tenner, & the TT hydro pouches were about £32 EACH (when available), s/h usually around £18 each.....grand total of around £174.......which makes mine, at £65 ALL IN, a massive saving on new & even lower than the usual "Airsoft equation " for pricing s/h kit.

I wouldn't usually feel the need to explain my prices, but what can I say, he gave me the hump.


Greatstone, Kent

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Tackle , has to be said mate your a great bloke but f**k me your a shit photographer ! 😣



Lol, thanks mate it's true I'm no David Bailey (99% of the members will look & say "David who ?" Pups lol), hence why I used some stock photos, maybe I'll pack it out & take some more. 🤔

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