The Wingman
The Wingman
The Wingman
The Wingman
The Wingman
The Wingman
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The Wingman

The Wingman

Regular price $79.00
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Perfect for mountain biking, hiking, or just boppin' round town the Wingman is your new favorite fanny. This pack is modeled after our tried and true Waisted Classic Dlx which is known for ample space and minimalist design. We've beefed up the Classic and made it slightly bigger with padded Buddy System™ compatible waist wings that will offer maximum comfort and utility for long days switchbackin' across trails and streets alike. Don't worry vegetarians no actual beef was used in the process. 

This pack has space for 2 Bevy Buddies that attach via The Buddy System™ which employs MOLLE anchors & Malice Clips to secure your Bevies. (1 comes included with your purchase and you can buy more here). 

Available in Cordura & X-Pac Versions 

Specs:
Dimensions: Bag: 8” x 4” x 4” Bevy Buddy: 7" x 3"
Volume: 2L
Cash Hauling Capacity: 2740 bills x 100 = $274,000

Features:

  • Handmade in the USA (SLC, UT)
  • Fabric: 1000D Cordura & X-Pac Options
  • Multi-Use: Cross Body, Waisted, MTB, Hike
  • 1x Included Detachable Bevy Buddy (via MOLLE/Malice Clip)
  • Double Stitching Throughout
  • Nylon Webbing
  • YKK Zippers
  • Phone Sleeve Pocket
  • Reflective Paracord Pulls
  • Real Leather Patch 

Customer Reviews

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Mike Filander
Best buddy

This thing is perfect on the trail, heavy duty enough to take a beating, but light enough to forget that it’s there when ripping! I like the ability to attach another water bottle holder for long rides

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Longarm
Excellent Bag - Bottle Sleeve Too Tight

I'm a big fan of Wave's products, have been since the mid 2000's. This bag is stout, solid stitching, bomber construction and an ideal size. Although the water bottle sleeve is too tight, so tight it takes a bit of time and effort to slide the bottle in. Nobody asked, but the changes I would suggest to make this the ultimate Wingman pack: #1 Increase the bottle sleeve size. If the sleeve was larger it would one to utilize while pedaling and it could probably accommodate post-ride sudsy bombers. #2 add a small little stash pouch on the waist strap closed by a snap, velcro or slick magnet (single-hand access ;) #3 I'd personally appreciate an adjustable diagonal support strap from the top of the water bottle sleeve to the waist belt to help limit bottle-bobble on those rougher trails + prevent loss of liquid while stumbling around looking for friends.

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Al Kenworthy

The Wingman