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This is an updated version of a concealment favorite among joggers and cyclists, fireman and EMT's. The Urban Strider Concealment Frontpak is a small pack that is designed to be worn on your chest.
The unique chest-carry design helps distribute the weight of a handgun evenly and eliminates the drag on your beltline when running, working, biking etc. This helps eliminate any bouncing of the pack and allows the contents to be instantly available to you. It will accommodate a full-size handgun, Glock 17, 1911 5", even a Beretta 92S. As you can see in the photos, the Concealment Frontpak folds together to conceal your handgun, it also holds spare magazine, cell phones, IPODs, keys, papers, spare change, pens and pencils, a variety of items. This makes it a favorite for fisherman, EMT's, fireman, anybody who needs their hands free and does not want to carry these items on their belt. Features quick release clips on both sides for easy on/off, adjustable, comfortable X-strap support over
your back, two zippered internal carry-all pockets, hook and loop universal holster to carry anysize handgun, and two universal pouches for spare magazines, cell phone, IPOD, or any digital handheld
device.
Available in Black only.

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