Yukon Outfitters Packs

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Yukon Outfitters Packs
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I have all 3 of these bags (although 2 of them are different brands, they look to be the same bag). General size on these is this:
The largest one will easily hold a 13" MacBook Pro.
The middle one fits an iPad Air very well.
The smallest one will hold an iPad mini perfectly.

Technically, I can put my MacBook in any of them, but it’s a tight squeeze in the middle one and the flap won’t close on the smallest one.
If you are getting these for concealed carry of a firearm, the largest one is not practical for this in my opinion. The other 2 work well and have dedicated pockets for this.

I use the middle one (explorer)as my daily carry all bag. It has lots of compartments and conceals my 9mm very well while still giving me easy access to it. I have been using it for about a year now and I am hard on bags and it is standing up well to the wear and tear of daily life. I did buy three for this when I bought it and am still on my 1st bag.

While I don’t have these model’s, I did buy a couple of Yukon Outfitter’s other backpacks. One I use daily as a pack for a laptop, although I did buy a laptop sleeve as the packs I have don’t have any type of padding.

Overall the bags are great. The one I use regularly is often very full and has held up well for the year, or more, I’ve had it.

The only negative comment I have is that the little strings on the zipper pulls are cheap and crappy. They will fall apart eventually, making zipping the pockets a chore. I did buy some better zipper pulls to replace.

I’ve had the Overwatch Sling Pack for some time and have used it as my work bag and also use it for longer day hikes. It works very well for these.

Lately, I’ve shrunk down what I carry to work and have switched to the Explorer Side Pack as my work bag. It works well for shorter day hikes.

I don’t own the Scout Sling Pack. It appears to be a smaller sibling to the Overwatch Sling Pack, and since I have both of the others, I don’t see any need for it.

Moneywise, since all of these are the same price, the Overwatch Sling Pack looks to be the best buy.

Looking for a new camera bag/pack. Have 3 lenses, a flash and the camera body. Would this work as a good camera bag? That lens count will only go up but I’d imagine I’d have at least 3 with me at all times.

I own the explorer side pack and use it solely as a camera bag. I fit the shell, 2 lens, battery charger, and extra battery within the same compartment. There is also ample pockets available for small items and medium sized. I use one compartment just for sd cards. There is also a large compartment in the bag for holding a firearm, and a small tablet.