JAVRAN Wingman Messenger Bag

The JAVRAN Wingman Messenger Bag is designed to keep your gear organized and your CCW at hand.

JAVRAN WingmanThis bag has several unique and useful features. The flap cover features a triangular, rip-open pouch for carrying a concealed firearm and a zippered pass through so you can access the contents of the bag without lifting the flap. Under the flap, on the front of the bag, you’ll find a large 10×4 MOLLE field. One side of the bag features a 4×4 MOLLE field while the other features an adjustable closure pouch that can be used as a dump pouch or for water bottles. The rear of the bag features a slim, zipper-closed pocket that is designed to carry documents.

JAVRAN Wingman CCWThe interior of the bag is lined with loop material so you can customize it with patches. It also features a key keeper and a d-ring attachment point.

The bottom of the bag has a full size compression panel that can be used to carry bulky items like tripods, umbrellas, or just a rolled up jacket.

The Wingman has a ton of features but none are more prominent than the typical JAVRAN quality, attention to detail, and unique aesthetic. Like all their products, it is available in a dizzying array of color options from mild to wild.

Check out the Wingman Messenger Bag at JAVRAN.com.

JAVRAN Wingman Side JAVRAN Wingman Other Side


7 Responses to JAVRAN Wingman Messenger Bag

  1. David October 11, 2013 at 19:08 #

    Nice looking bag but the price is absolutely horrid!!!

  2. Greg October 11, 2013 at 19:45 #

    For that price, do they throw in the pistol? 🙁

  3. Matt October 11, 2013 at 20:18 #

    I take you guys don’t look at a lot of custom bags. They aren’t inexpensive.

    • David October 13, 2013 at 22:13 #

      I could look at a hundred different custom tactical bags if I wanted and I (and several others) would still have issues with the cost. Labor and materials don’t even come close.

      • Matt October 13, 2013 at 22:21 #

        You (and several others) are welcome to refrain from purchasing one.

        • David October 13, 2013 at 22:40 #

          You put it up for a critique. Well, it got looked at and the price sucks. Are you making these yourself? If not, then there’s no need to be cheeky about it.

  4. Greg October 11, 2013 at 22:11 #

    Don’t get me wrong. It’s a beautiful bag. The price tag just seems a little higher than normal.

    And trust me, I looked at a lot of bags from different companies before I settled on the HSGI Armordilla, which is a tough as nails bag…

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