Bonds NTTD Tactical Sling Bag - identified
Morning gents, this has been a hell of a hunt, but I think I have found it. First thing to mention though is that this hasn't been confirmed by the manufacturer, I have been in communication with them, but as the screen grabs we have gotten are so poor, they won't say either way, that said, i'm satisfied its correct for a number of reasons.
So, I believe the bag is the Flyye Industries 'Go bag' (in black obviously), and they seem to be hard to get. I got one sent to NZ from the UK from the same place I found the Mil-Tec Tactical gloves. Ive tried to 'recreate' the best screen grabs as seen below, and its important to say that wardrobe have added some stuff to the SU one - like a bungee type of lanyard, something red (end of a torniquet?), and an extra pouch attached to the Molle/PALS (circled) seen in the 'walking through the tunnel' image.
The key points are that
- In the 1st image, to my eye, there are 3 pouches hanging from the bottom, and some Molle/PALS straps are visible at the right side.
- In the second image you can see a large 50mm Side Release buckle fairly low on the sling strap, this is a key indicator that I didn't find anywhere else. Some like 5.11 have the buckle sewn right against the body of the pack, this is the only pack I found that had the 4 inches of webbing attaching the buckle to the pack. There is a zip on the SU one that makes it look more like a courier bag, but when weighted, the zip on the Flyye go bag does sit like this.
- In the third image, that 25mm Side Release at the 'thicker' end of the shoulder sling is very hard to come by, and coupled with the grab handle that is evident on both on the right of the image (clearer in my image)
The comparison shots are not great, the SU one is more pliable and used, and I would guess has some real weight for it to hang the way it does.
I found 2 companies that made this bag, Flyye and an Aliexpress version, (although a company called Paragon seemed to make it years ago, but I think they no longer exist), and I going to assume JB would buy from Flyye for his mission critical tactical gear!
Its a very well made piece of kit (using mil-spec fabric and clips etc), and where you might think 'nah' by looking at any one image or feature, when you take them as a whole, to my eye and experience, nothing comes close!