The guys at Vanquest are in a very competitive backpack/Go Bag market.  Let’s face it, there are many companies that offer quality products that meet the requirements of the grunt, the student, or the regular 9-5 Joe.  If you are like me, I have tons of little stuff that I use frequently.  I use a NAV bag that contains tools to plot courses on nautical charts, and yes I am that old school.  Until I obtained the FTIM-HUSKY bag I had to use ziplock bags to store my pencils, dividers, lead, etc.  Needless to say, it was not a very efficient way to stow my tools or keep track of what I had or did not have.

The FTIM-HUSKY bag solved that issue.  It is compact and able to hold all of my small navigational tools.  With its mole design, I can attach it to my NAV BAG  or have it in a pocket for easy access.  It proves versatile as well, it even functions as a mini-tool bag.  For ruggedness, it makes the bar, after a few weeks the zipper edges are not flayed as to get caught while opening or closing.  All in all, Vanquish has made a decent mini bag for all of your small items. If you are in need of a small organizer, then this will do well in accompanying any travel bag that you may have now.

 

WARNING! If you have children they will steal this pouch to cram as many toys as possible. This is not limited to toddlers, teenage girls think this is a great “make-up” travel bag for overnighters with friends.


 

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