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SOCP Sling Bag


100% Covert
Practical for EDC
Rugged, Durable Design
MultiCam Black
It's Black
Canopy Green/Black
Shock Cord/Smoke Grey

Vertx SOCP Sling

Preparedness is no vacation. That’s why Vertx collaborated with SOCP to create the SOCP Sling. Easily maskable as a standard waist pack, this sling is anything but. Quickly reconfigure the sling from waist carry to attachment on a pack strap with the tool-concealing metal attachment clips. The cellphone compartment is adjustable for use as a NAV board and its innocuous exterior flaps fold down to reveal your camera for surveillance applications. When the job picks up intensity, the internal coin pocket converts the sling into an SAP and the expanding internal pouch can be used to store confiscated items. Whether overt or covert, the SOCP Sling is equipped with all the features needed to complete any mission.

Features of Vertx SOCP Sling

  • 1680D Ballistic PU/420D PU Coated Oxford
  • Adjustable attachment clips allow for wear on the waist or shoulder strap of other packs
  • Hidden rapid access pocket for the SOCP dagger or other tools
  • Internal coin pocket converts sling into SAP/slapjack
  • External cellphone pocket with touch screen window can be folded down to use as NAV board
  • Exterior flaps on cellphone pocket fold in for photo or video surveillance
  • Expanding internal pocket fits additional gear or items found in the field
  • Back-to-back exterior zipper pulls allow for ambidextrous access in low-light environments
  • Interior body-side mesh pocket quickly deploys for access to hidden pocket underneath
  • Metal attachment clips compatible with belts or straps up to 2.25” wide
  • Internal pockets constructed in tear-resistant mesh
  • Quiet exterior zipper pulls reduce noise while on the move
  • 500D Cordura body fabric adds durability
  • Adjustable straps on cellphone pocket allow for full visibility of screens at any angle

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Red King
Not sure

Haven't had to put it to the test (knock on wood). However, after looking around there seems to be a lot more options at a significant lesser amount. And yes, "you get what you pay for", but a quick YouTube search answers those type of questions.