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8.5/10. Versatile rigs with plenty of space. Review by S (Maryland) 8/29/2015 8:46 AM
I'm an off-the-beaten-path hiker, and I use two of these for my gear instead of a light backpack. My reasons for this are that my back can breathe in 90+ degree weather, when it's cold I don't have to adjust anything for a jacket or coat, and my center of mass goes down and not back. Also, while my friends have to fidget with a backpack to get their stuff, I don't even have to stop walking. I can even wear these with my pack for multi-day trips. All I need to use them is a canvas belt (regular leather belts don't handle the weight well). I just secure the mount to a belt loop using the included loose strap. On my right, I have an H2O pouch for a nalgene canteen, filter, and food; my knife sheath tied in behind that; an ipouch for a monocular, map, and compass; a homemade pouch for a folding saw; and two small pouches (meant for pepper spray I think), one for my good light, and the other for a duffuser, spare batteries, and color filters. On my left, I have another ipouch for medical supplies; a gadget pouch for gloves, my ID and car key, and all manner of other odds and ends; a roll-up pouch which I normally leave empty but is great for a sub or swim shorts; and a little phone pouch. Yeah, all that crap is on my legs. You do get used to it. I have two complaints. First, wearing two of these, the thigh strap buckles click with every step and sometimes snag each other. I fixed this by cutting the ankle off an old sock and putting it around one strap, but why don't they just come with a sleeve? -1 Second, they're REALLY difficult to adjust. -.5 I don't mind the looks I get from less-than-outdoorsy people. I've put an easy 120hrs on these so far, much of it hard use getting caught on shrubs and drenched in waterways and occasionally smacked on boulders. They always stay put, and the only wear I've had is some stains and a thread coming loose here and there. (Posted on 7/5/2019)
great set up Review by BOB (So california) 3/21/2014 8:49 PM
for those of you that live in California or any other low capacity mag state and have 10rd short mags for your modern sporting rifle this holds 5!!! yes 5 ar15 10 round mags perfectly if you have steel 10 rnds or pmags it holds them both perfect and i can even fit in 2 single stack 8 rnd 1911 mags as well. the little zipper holds my id and hunting license. then i put my dog remote or radio and another 2 single stacks in the mag pouch. I also use just the center pouch to hold a snack and a mag or 2 on my belt for short trips and of coarse its condor so its affordable and great quality. (Posted on 7/5/2019)
Forest service Volunteer Review by Michael (Las Vegas NV) 2/20/2013 3:16 PM
This will make my Life Easyer!! no More Wondering where my Phone or flash Light is when i am Out Working With The USFS Volunteering I can use the Radio Pouch as a Phone Carrier or Use it for my Baofeng UV-5R Daul Band Radio And No More having Like i Sayed my Phone falling Out of my Pants me i Get in and out of the truck Plus Carring my Water proof Matches in the Main Pouch with my IDs and having to have my Police Style Id Thing Around my neck Feeling Like it Will Fall Off and get lost Thanks Again Guys Keep Up the Great Work (Posted on 7/5/2019)
Good Rig Review by Cav (NH) 10/9/2010 9:05 PM
Have it, Love it, Works Great! Just wish it came in Multicam. (Posted on 7/5/2019)
State Emergency Service Review by James (North Coast Australia ) 9/6/2010 6:45 PM
As a member of the Queensland State Emergency Service, I needed a pouch that could carry around vital equipment needed to complete my task. I tried using belt pouches but they were too big and always got in the way. Then I went looking for a leg rig and Condor had just what I needed. It's versatility is incredible, I use it to carry my UHF Radio, gloves, field information guide, touch, second back up UHF and a utility knife. When I don't use the leg rig I take off the radio pouch and torch pouch and attach it to my belt. The only issue I have with it is the gadget bag is a little too small to fit my Take 5 notepad and the zip on top of the gadget pouch makes a lot of noise. (Posted on 7/5/2019)
Quality Assurance Coordinator Review by Gregory Macnab (Salem, OR) 4/25/2009 7:21 PM
As a Nurse in the Oregon Prison system, I have had the opportunity to field test a variety of gear for use in emergency situations. This drop rig has performed very well as an off-dominant gear holder. Because of the long lab coats the Department of Corrections has deemed our "duty uniform", I was forever dropping my gear on the floor from my coat pockets or fumbling under the coat to reach a radio or glove pouch. This drop rig has allowed me to carry, not only a radio within easy reach, but gloves, CPR mask and accessories, flashlight, key chits, field dressings and numerous other necessities I use every day. I have put over 400 hours through this rig and despite some stretching of the webbing, has performed without fail. It takes some tweaking and creative mounting to get the gear securely fastened to the rig, but it can be done. the leg retention strap would benefit from better non-slip backing and would be more versatile if the quick release buckle could be moved to the front for off-dominant wear. Overall, a good rig and an excellent buy for the money. (Posted on 7/5/2019)

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