Remaking An Icon: The Claymore Bag Review

Combat Flip Flops Claymore Bag Review AdventureisworthwhileOriginal post by Zach at Adventureisworthwhile.com

While the claymore was designed to be small enough to be carried in a pocket or pouch, the Army introduced a dedicated bag, the M7 Bandoleer. This bag had two claymore sized vertical pockets along with a sling for cross body carry. This freed up cargo pockets for things such as M16 magazines and medical supplies, items that needed to be easily reached. 

Enter Combat Flip Flops.

Much like the M7 Bandoleer it is based off of, the [Combat Flip Flops] Claymore bag has two vertical pockets and a shoulder strap. However, that is where the similarities end. What makes the CFF Claymore different? Combat Flip Flops Claymore Bag AdventureisworthwhileMuch like the M7 Bandoleer it is based off of, the Claymore bag has two vertical pockets and a shoulder strap. However, that is where the similarities end. What makes the CFF Claymore different? Let's get into that below.

The first thing I noticed when I saw it was the gray color. It is very pleasing to the eye and is quite low profile. The bag is also offered in a coyote brown or waxed canvas but I personally preferred the gray. The body is made of a tough ripstop nylon with a couple sections of cordura nylon for durability and stiffness. 

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