Tasmanian Tiger Tacvec Support Bag
Decent bags come at a price and the Tasmanian Tiger Tacvec Support Bag is no different, it may not be as expensive as some tactical style bags out there but it’s not at the budget end either, we love TT products and this bag fits a purpose, which for us was something that could double up as an everyday bag and one that would be durable enough to come with us and act as a support bag from the 4X4.
The ‘Tacvec’ series of Tasmanian Tiger products is described as follows:
Modular panels and special bags offer customizable solutions for tactical deployment vehicles
- Dimensions – 33cm x 23cm x 10cm
- Weight – 730g
- Volume – 9ltr
- Fabric – CORDURA® 700 den
- Detachable, size adjustable carrying strap
- Durable handle
- Zip compartment on back
- Detachable lid flap
- Lid flap can be closed with flat hooks or SR buckles
- Extensive additional padding
- MOLLE hook-and-loop on the inside for limitless modularity
OK, there is no doubt that the Tasmanian Tiger Tacvec support bag is a tactical bag yet it is very subtle in design, from a distance you could almost assume that it was an ‘urban style’ courier bag.
On the inside you have the potential for some highly functional organisation with a velcro molle system on one side and three large mesh pockets on the other, this bag can handle more than you first think and with a removable flap as well as other exterior pockets it’s flexible too.
From an overland vehicle point of view where you might be taking the likes of a laptop, maps, documents etc this TT bag is perfect, not too large and full on ‘tactical’ but just the right size to be present in the vehicle without taking up too much room either.
The TT support/shoulder bag is designed to be used from the vehicle, it is however still just a bag and a very well constructed one at that, we like Tasmanian Tiger products for their quality and as a result Gayle now uses the TT as her everyday bag.
So do we recommend this shoulder bag? Absolutely, yes. You can never go wrong with 700 den CORDURA fabric, accompanied by a brand name in the business with proven quality and a transparent history and work ethic there isn’t really anything not to like about TT gear.
When it comes to bags of course it’s each to their own, for us though, this one fits the bill perfectly.
Do you use Tasmanian Tiger gear and if so what are thoughts on the quality of the gear?