(MultiCam and MultiCam-Black product images to be updated)
JAVELIN 3.0 key improvements: (1) 0.5" wider to better fit a 13" laptop (MacBook Pro). Total capacity = 1 liter larger, (2) low profile MOLLE-Air structure that's loop-covered for ID patches, (3) improved CCW compartment with larger opening, (4) improved shoulder strap with denser foam padding.
The new JAVELIN™ 3.0 is your favorite JAVELIN VSlinger upgraded! Its asymmetrical design safely stores your gear upright and sideways. When you swing the pack to your front, its extra-large S-zipper opening gives you easy access to the inside. With genuine 1000-D Cordura® (500-D on Multicam & Multicam-Black) coated with Teflon® protector by DuPont®, and #10 YKK® zippers, this bag can handle any rough conditions.
Padded main compartment and three dividers provide extra protection for your EDC (everyday carry) items, photography gear, or range gear. A dedicated laptop sleeve that can hold a 13" laptop (MacBook Pro or Air). High-visibility 210-D ripstop nylon interior helps you find things in low-light conditions. The rear compartment is both CCW- and hydration-ready for a 2-liter water bladder.
The JAVELIN's 3-inch-wide shoulder strap with padded mesh delivers superior ergonomics and comfort. There is a hidden pocket and a 2” Duraflex® double-lock buckle for added security. You can open the double-lock buckle single-handedly, or disable the double-lock feature by adjusting the latch.
Low profile MOLLE-Air structure is MOLLE-compatible, and loop-covered for ID patches. Many interior loop fields for CCW and internal organization.
With total 35 pockets and slots to organize your personal items and EDCs, JAVELIN 3.0 VSlinger is THE slingpack for those who want to be prepared 24/7!
FAQ: If I am right-handed, should I choose the RIGHT-Shoulder or LEFT-Shoulder version?
Answer: It depends. Choosing a shoulder to carry a "shoulder-specific" slingpack is usually a personal preference. Whether you are right- or left-handed, you can wear a slingpack on either shoulder as long as it feels "comfortable" to you. Statistically, 60-65% of our right-handed clients opt for a left-shoulder-carry slingpack, and vice versa. There are a few things that you might want to consider when making such decision: (1) Is there another item that you must carry on a specific shoulder? Example, a shoulder carried rifle. If so, you go with the opposite shoulder to carry your slingpack. (2) Do you have a bad shoulder? If so, please wear your slingpack on the opposite side. (3) Do you carry bulky item on one side hip that will interfere with shifting a slingpack to your front? The reason being, a LEFT-shoulder-carry slingpack will swing from your BACK, travel across your RIGHT hip, then to your FRONT. Therefore, if you must carry something bulky on your right-hip, please go with a right-shoulder-carry slingpack (and vice versa). (4) Do you carry something in the bag that must be operated with a specific hand? For example, most cameras are designed for right-hand use, so a photographer might prefer the RIGHT-Shoulder version because it gives him/her better access to cameras using right hand, while allowing left hand to change lens or return the slingpack to the back.