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Fieldline Tactical Introduces the Roe Sling Bag

March 05, 2015  | 

Fieldline Tactical has introduced a new bag for tactical operators. The Roe Sling Bag features a slim design that the company says belies its carrying volume.

Measuring 17.5 x 9 x 6.5 inches, the Roe Sling Bag has a capacity of more than 1,020 cubic inches. The large main compartment is fronted by a top pocket and a larger lower pocket. Each of these three main compartments contain smaller pockets and pouches to keep gear organized and within easy reach. 

MOLLE webbing and D-rings on the Roe Sling Bag give users many ways to strap down additional gear. The zippers feature paracord with rubber pulls to make them quiet and easy to grasp. The Roe has a large padded grab handle on top and an additional grab handle on the side. Comfort features include a heavily padded, adjustable shoulder strap and a padded mesh back panel designed to keep the user cool.

The Fieldline Tactical Roe Sling Bag has a strip of loop fastener across the top pocket so users can easily attach a name plate or unit insignia. The left side of the pack has a large water bottle pocket with cinch strap closure. The Roe also comes with tension lock elastic cord straps so users can safely secure a jacket or sweatshirt to the outside of the bag.

Fieldline products are backed by a lifetime warranty that fully guarantees against defects in workmanship and materials for the life of the product.

To learn more about the new Fieldline Tactical Roe Sling Bag or any of the company’s rugged packs and accessories, go to www.fieldline.com.

 

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