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MOBIUS 2.0 VPacker Gear Bag

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MOBIUS 2.0 improvements: (1) 15% larger than the original MOBIUS, (2) ambidextrous design with removable/reversible shoulder strap for user-friendly right- or left-carry, (3) out-of-sight CCW compartment with enlarged opening (can store an iPad), (4) built-in collapsible bottle holders on both sides for 1-L Nalgene, (5) built-in medical organization.


The upgraded VANQUEST® VPacker™ 2.0 series is your next generation gear bag: Ambidextrous construction for comfortable right or left-carry, CCW and hydration-compatibility, plus improved design for faster access to your gear with medical organization.

Spacious, yet well-organized: One 10" (H) x 8.25" (W) x 5" (D) main compartment with a weather-resistant ripstop storm cover that can cinch-close. Two 4.5" (L) x 7" (H) x 2" (W) double-zippered side pockets with high-vis slots. Two collapsible water bottle holders with elastic retention fits 32oz (1L) Nalgene bottles. A front pocket with elastic ladder organization for medical supplies, a lockable CCW compartment with enlarged opening (can store an iPad), plus plenty of high-viz ripstop organization. The hidden CCW compartment keeps your CCW out-of-sight, and can be kept open for lightning-fast access. Total 27 slots and pockets to maximize your carry capability!

For optimal ergonomics, the MOBIUS™ VPacker naturally contours around your body. A removable waist strap further stabilizes the MOBIUS, and helps support the weight on your shoulder. Its 2" shoulder strap can be removed, and reversed for comfortable right or left-side carry. It features a Duraflex double-lock security buckle, an accessory D-ring, and a 1/2"-thick shoulder pad for maximum comfort. 


FAQ: I am right-handed, but I want to wear the VPacker on my left side occassionally, what should I do? 

Answer: The new Vanquest VPackers™ are designed to solve your right or left-side carry dilemma. The new Vpackers are ambidextrous with removable/reversible shoulder strap. If you want to carry on your left side, simply remove and reverse the shoulder strap. Make sure the 2" side-release buckle is accessible at your front when you wear it. You can also choose which side(s) to carry your water bottle(s).


● NEW: 15% larger than original Mobius VPacker
● NEW: Ambidextrous design with removable shoulder strap for left or right-side user-selectable carry.
● NEW: Ambidextrous & collapsible bottle pockets fits 1-Liter Nalgene bottles with elastic cord retention
● NEW: Top compartment with high-visibility soft fleece lining, fits iPhone 6 Plus or similar smartphones (depending on protective casing)
● NEW: Built-in elastic cord medical organization & Maximizer elastic webbing inside front compartment. Added hook & loop closure in front exterior pocket
● NEW: Out of sight rear CCW compartment with loop attachment and enlarged opening (Also fits the latest iPad & iPad Air)
● NEW: Loop-Faced MOLLE-Air structure for MOLLE accessory & morale patch attachment
● NEW: Two gusseted slip pockets for quick access to multi-tool, flashlight, etc.

● Net Weight: 2.20 pounds (1000-D Cordura®)
● Net Weight: 2.10 pounds (500-D MultiCam & MultiCam-Black Cordura®)
● Total Capacity: 11.5 Liters
● Overall Exterior Size (Fully Extended): 15" (H) x 16" Top / 8" Bottom (W) x 6" (D)
● Main Compartment (Interior): 10" (H) x 8.25" (W) x 5" (D)
● Front Compartment (Interior): 8.5" (H) x 7" (W) x 1.75" (D)
● Top Compartment (Interior): 4" (H) x 6.5" (W) x 1" (D)
● Side Compartments (Interior): 7” (H) x 4.5 (W) x 2” (D)
● Collapsible Side Bottle Pockets (Interior): 8" (H) x 4" (W) x 2" (D)
● Rear CCW Compartment (Minimum): 10.25” (H) x 14" Top / 7" Bottom (W) opening with lockable zipper and loop attachment area (Fits iPad & iPad Air)
● Lightweight 210-D Ripstop Nylon storm cover in main compartment
● Neoprene handle for comfortable hand carry
● MOLLE/PALS webbings for accessory attachment

● 1,000-D Mil-grade Cordura® fabric treated with Durable Water Repellent (DWR) for moisture resistance (500-D on MultiCam & MultiCam-Black Cordura®)
● Genuine MADE-IN-USA MultiCam® & MultiCam-Black Cordura® by Crye Precision™
● Lightweight & moisture resistant 210-D Ripstop nylon
● Durable RC-Class YKK® lockable zippers, reversed for protection
● MOLLE-compatible attachment system with PALS webbing
● Lightweight MOLLE-Air structure for MOLLE accessory attachment
● Mil-grade ITW® and UTX-Duraflex® hardware made from high tensile strength Acetal polymer
● Circular zipper loops made of paracord
● High tensile strength nylon webbings and binding tapes
● Finished with high tensile strength bonded nylon thread
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  1. Versatile Bag 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 9th Dec 2017

    We needed bags to build for emergency medical response. After looking several places, these came to our attention via Talking Lead Podcast. This is one of the best bags I own! We will be getting all our bags from Vanquest!

  2. Perfect size bag for edc/ccw 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 18th Sep 2017

    Love this bag. Had it a week and go everywhere with it.Was worried it would be too bulky and look outta place in stores, the mall or church. not the case at all.Its great to have everything at my fingertips that I often find i need need- reading glasses, sunglasses, phone, pens, flashlight, water, kleenex, bandaids, chapstic advil, gloves, stocking cap(in winter)wallet. There is just plenty of slots and pockets to put things in. Am adding things like a swiss army knife, paracord.Plus i have room for my pepper spray cannister and a good size weapon that is easy to conceal- and access.I almost went with the Tolcat but so glad i went with the larger Mobius. Its comfortable on my shoulder as well. This is a great bag, well made, the orange inside is just awesome. If you are going to carry a weapon, I think this is the best option for you. I feel very safe out walking/driving around around now.

  3. The real deal 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 12th Jun 2017

    It is VANQUEST for crying out loud! If you have been around the block once or twice searching for a good piece of gear then you know exactly what I am talking about. If you don't know what I'm talking about, order now! You will not be disappointed! If you like the slaying/hip bags for your EDC then look no further. I have been watching this bag says it first was released and have seen all the videos, I have read all the commentary, seeing all the pictures and even purchased the cheaper bags on Amazon. Only the last part of that sentence was a mistake. You really do get what you pay for and in this case you get more than what you pay for. I am not even kidding. I have another VANQUEST product and true to form…no sacrifice on precision, performance and quality. I bought the Mobius 2.0 and I am kicking myself the best that I can in my rear end for not pulling the trigger on this purchase before! Wow! What a difference between this pack and the other "imitators" online. This is the real deal. I will leave all the specs and everything else to others but I will tell you out of all of my research the two videos that ended up doing it for me was "Gideon's tactical" and "Everyday tactical vids" on YouTube. VANQUEST's Photos on their website of the product was a great help as well. My main concerns after having used other bags were quality, comfort and performance. There is nothing lacking in this bag for me except one thing. The water bottle expandable pouches. I love them however if you do intend to use either one of them with a larger bottle, say a 32 ounce standard Nalgene, then you will sacrifice significantly you're inside pouch capacity. But if this is your EDC bag then you aren't going to be caring a ridiculous amount of water with you anyway. And if you do, then VANQUEST has their new water bottle pouch that will work just fine if you don't want to sacrifice the inside space of your pack. But if you're just grabbing your bag to the car to the office to the house to the store to wherever… As long as you stay hydrated, then a 20 ounce bottle should be sufficient anyway. Especially if you are in the preparedness community… Because you already have a get home bag in your car or your motorcycle anyway. Nobody wants to be carrying a bunch of heavy gear with them while they're walking around the store or wherever and if you do…well, when you do… just make sure to carry ibuprofen or Tylenol to help your back throughout the day as you lug your 15 or 20 pound bag around. So, water bottle pouch thing did not kill it for me and I don't think it should kill it for you either. Besides if you don't use the stash pockets for water bottles… They are still stash pockets!… Stash something in them and forget about it. As far as the function goes, all of the pouches… And there are many… Function as they are supposed to and love the high visibility orange with my black color. On the other packs that I bought, the strap would either write up my neck and choke me or fall off my shoulder and embarrass me or the bag would move around in the strap or give me Indian burn on my neck and shoulder. This is not the case with this bag. By any stretch of the imagination. This bag rides like a dream! The way the nonslip grip on the pad is designed, this thing does not move when you are walking around. Now the bag will move slightly as you are walking but that is normal. What is not normal is for the strap to stay put where you put the strap! This bag has a strap that stays put! When the bag doesn't move as I am walking the strap glides back-and-forth through the pad either an inch this way or an inch that way but the pad stay stationary. No more choking, falling off my shoulder, or rubbing my skin raw. I love this bag! The ambidextrous design is also the biggest selling point for me. Sometimes I wear on my left shoulder or my right shoulder but it doesn't even matter with this bag. It rides the same either way it is extremely comfortable. If you are into these style bags… You will not be disappointed in spending your money on this bag. Wonderful quality, very durable, extremely ergonomic and thoughtfully designed. These guys listen to all the feedback and then they adjust their product to suit the needs… Not of their wallet… But of your (our) needs and expectations. As always I am impressed by the company's dedication to their product and their customers. Well done VANQUEST and thank you for solving my EDC dilemma. Oh and one last thing, if you are looking at the other "big-name"… My personal opinion is that they are definitely producing for quantity and not quality. VANQUEST is producing quality!!! I have the other gear as well and though it is good gear, it is by no means VANQUEST gear! VANQUEST gear IS the standard. If you are second guessing spending your hard earned money on a first time purchase with this company… Do not second-guess, just purchase. You'll see… you'll see.

  4. Love this pack 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 23rd May 2017

    I origionally ordered the Tolcat 2.0 and quickly determined for what I purchased the product for I would like the pack to be bigger. I then ordered the Mobius 2.0 and feel that I made the right decision. The quality between the two bags is the same. The zippers are great, stitching is awesome, functionality is great and it's changeable to what your needs are. The water bottle holders are a plus(will add to this later on). The CCW compartment is large enough for a full size pistol and magazines or an iPad Air. The front pocket is said to be a first aid pack but can be used in so many formats and it has plenty of storage. The side pockets are a little small but have moly on the side so isopods can be added and they do a good job with the organization inside the side pockets. The top pocket will easily house an iPhone 7 or 6plus with case and room to spare. The fleece is great and won't scratch the phone screen. The waste strap is nice but I don't use it to urban carry but I will be using it for hunting and day hiking. It stores easily in the bag. The shoulder strap is comfortable and easily adjustable. I don't find a need to switch the strap around for ambidextrous carry but that is an option for those who feel that is necessary. The water bottle holders collapse so they are out of the way when not in use. Their capacity ability will depend on how loaded the pack is so if you have it fully loaded and the side pocket is loaded you will not be able to put a 32 ounce bottle in there. If you are looking at this product I highly recommend it but it does have capacity limitations so if you take a lot of gear and you even think this may be too small look to one of Vanquest sling bags or back packs with more room. If you are looking at the Tolcat 2.0 but wonder if it's big enough to ahead and save yourself the time and get the Mobius 2.0. No quality issues at all because top to bottom it exudes quality and I know their sling bags do as well. It will come down to usage and storage needs you need to keep in mind when getting one of these bags.

  5. This is the best 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 21st Mar 2017

    This bag is really cool, functional, and strudy. It is much better than that other brand.

  6. Great bag 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 18th Mar 2017

    I love this bag. I use to hold my iPad mini to for work along with a bunch of other EDC items (battery banks, cables, flashlight, multi-tool, etc.) The bag is also very comfortable to wear for long periods of time. I can fit a 32oz and a 24oz camelback chute bottle in the two side water bottle pouches. That being said the only things I keep in the main middle section is my iPad mini 2 and maybe a few snacks.

  7. Möbius 2 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 24th Feb 2017

    Overall, excellent product. Easily carries what I consider essential EDC items. Design was carefully thought out with good execution. I have several bags from "the primary competitors." The Möbius is my top choice for EDC. You will not be disappointed.

  8. Excellent EDC Bag 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 19th Feb 2017

    This is my first EDC Bag that is not a Backpack. For me it's not to big and not to small. It's all about weight, you can fill this Mobius 2 with allot of gear and a CC Full size fire arm. This is my 5th Vanquest bag I have purchased, my favorite option is the fat pack design on the front like my Medic pack. This Möbius 2 also has one of the best duel water bottle options. It easily convert to a EDC, hiking, camping, camera bag for all my needs.

  9. Great man bag 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 6th Feb 2017

    I shot often so I put a trauma kit in the front and since I live in a city it carries tools, iPad, and other gear easily. My only concern at this time is the water bottle holders not sure I can get a 32oz bottle in there if I have things in the pocket.

  10. Excellent Bag 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 17th Jan 2017

    Great EDC/ Bail Out Bag. Holds my IFAK, extra mags, lights ect. with room to spare. Comfortable to wear and very well made.

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