Exactly as I had hoped. Super slim and minimalist single stack mag pouches. I used it to organize M&P shield mags in my vehicle’s console vault (attached with hook and loop).
The pouch is well-made and I believe it will serve its purpose for years to come. Great job, Condor.
I own two of these packs for bug out/emergency use. The general layout of the zippered compartments are very good, especially the admin(kudos to copying Direct Action), and the laptop/water bladder compartments. Also the materials are generally high quality, however the mesh material on the waist/shoulder straps could be of better quality and in the case of the removable waist belt, it should be of material that does not stick to the velcro behind the lumbar pad as you remove the belt. Also the shoulder straps should be redesigned to a reinforced yolk style system similar to the 5.11 rush 72 or 24 pack. The biggest issue, however, is the snack sized side pockets that are Way too small for anything but snacks. Forget putting any drink larger than a soda can inside these pockets b/c it will not fit. It would be nice to see the side pockets similar to the 5.11 Rush 72 or the Camelback BFM 100oz mil spec Crux (Even better). The main compartment is nice and large, but has no compression straps inside the compartment, nor any molle webbing for attaching compartment pouches, which would be nice additions. The zippers are excellent quality YKK, and the zipper tracks are reversed to help keep out dirt/debris. However it would be nice to see fabric coverings over the zipper tracks to prevent water from getting into the pack when it rains. Overall this is an excellent offering by Condor and if the above improvements are implemented I believe this would be Better than 5.11 and almost Any other pack design out there for its size.
I like this low-vis carrier. It fits well and serves its purpose. Only time will tell how durable are the materials with which it was made.
I use this vest for training and cardio outside of work. The vest was great and comfortable for most training applications but would bounce and rub when doing cardio (jogging) in it. I decided to upgrade it with the cummberbund. I have a pretty short torso so the slim version was a great option. Often cummerbunds large enough to accept side plates rub in my armpits. This thing met and exceeded my expectations. The vest is infinitely more comfortable while running and feels more secure during tactical training. This is a no brainer upgrade for you VAS plate carrier.