Cargo Works iPad EDC Kit

May 23, 2017

Category: Gear

Ask any urban commuter and they’ll tell you it’s neither convenient nor easy to lug around a full-sized tactical bag around the city. Especially if you don’t need enough gear to make it a necessity. In fact, most people can get by with just a few small essentials. And it’s for these folks that the Cargo Works iPad EDC Kit was built.

Measuring up at only 9.8 by 7.5 inches, this super portable carrier is just larger than an Apple tablet and is designed specifically to house one in a padded microfiber-lined pouch. It also has a clever organizational layout in its interior for all your ancillary EDC gear – like a charger, pens, backup batteries, a multitool, your phone, and/or whatever else you can fit in it. And if that’s not enough room, the tough 1050D nylon exterior is also fitted with a MOLLE grid for expandable carry options. Carry it by hand or throw it over a shoulder with the included strap – either way, it’s just $40 for this clever bag.

Purchase: $40

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