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First Spear GP Small
Small PALS pouch that will mount on our Shoulder Harness as well as other PALS locations.
Bottle Holsters
Insulated snug fit PALS mountable bottle holsters
Organizer Bucket
A padded velcro backed pouch for internal storage of electronics
Tool Roll (coyote)
A stretchy multi-pocket organizer that will mount to a velcro panel or can be used loose.
M2016 Butt Pack $135.00
M2016 Butt Pack
Our rendition of the venerable military butt pack can be used as shoulder bag, lumbar pack, and top pocket
Bike Frame Bag
this durable bag is large enough to fit smaller bike pumps plus a spare inner tube and all your tools.
812 Stuff Sack
Fits horizontally inside of a Ute or Umlindi. Good size for a loose-packed Mountain Serape.
915 Stuff Sack
Our largest stuff sack gives you lots of emergency overflow capacity at 2 ounces
717 Stuff Sack
Goes on the back of a Tarahumara pack like it was made for it
General Purpose Pocket Medium
A fundamental unit of organization, useful across a wide variety of applications.

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Edward Curtis Canyon De Chelly
When humans first set foot in a new continent, they came in small groups under their own power, bringing only the gear they needed. Most simply called themselves The People. Over time, those who chose the rougher freer life of the up country came to think of themselves as the Hill People.
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