Sling pack, manufactured from 600D grade ballistic nylon.
On the frontal face of the bag, there are two pouches - The top one has three MOLLE rail w/ velcro adhesion on them, underscoring the manufacturer's rubberized logo. Therein are three magazine pouches, 67mm broad x 120mm deep. On the counter side, there is a mesh zipper pouch integrated to the flap's interior.
This pouch' interior measures 280x200
Thereunder is a smaller pouch w/ two MOLLE rails. The exterior flap is lightly, but firmly padded and has four magazine pouch inserts. The magazine pouches measure 55mm wide x 120mm deep. On the bottom end, there are two compression straps w/ 25mm webbing and an elastic band for compressing the lower half of the bag.
Behind this, there is a next pocket w/ dimensions matching the top pouch on the face of the bag. This pocket, however, has a soft lining that renders it suitable for storing optics, binoculars, tablets, goggles, sunglasses, and most field apparatus that should be scratch-free.
Behind this layer, there is the main / mid-section. Its zipper rail spans the entire height of the bag, allowing the bag to be completely split open; on the inside, a smaller carbine can be stored and retained by means of the 4x 25mm velcro-retained webbing girdles, that are 11-point adjustable along the double webbing ladders. On the counter side, there are three equally partitioned pouches;
Behind this, there is a webbing-reinforced neoprene carry handle, bound at the terminal points w/ 45x50mm crossbox stitching. Either side has a D-ring fastened. w/ double MOLLE hole webbing strips running down the sides.
Behind the handle, there is a zipper, concealing a soft-lined pouch suited for glasses as well as cellphones.
At the back/shoulder carry end, there is meshing covering three panels is downward chevron patterns, which form grooves where through air can flow for ventilation, to counter back sweat.
The sling strap is a long vented foam strip bordered w/ folded webbing, where at the bottom, there are two clips connecting to the two lower corners w/ webbing running diagonally from the corners. These webbing straps are long, however, there are elastic bands for rolling the webbing up and retaining it into rolled-up bundles.