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Tag Archives: Mil-Spec Monkey
Mil-Spec Monkey had requests for a larger backpack following the popularity of his mid-sized MSM Adapt Pack. The new Boss Beaver Pack combines a substantial main pack with an adjustable “beaver tail” pouch that can hold much larger, bulkier items. The Monkey himself gives us a tour in the video. There are times when I have had to lug my Kevlar pot along with other pieces of equipment in a backpack. The Boss Beaver would have gotten that task done, then later converted back to a more reasonable EDC-style bag. Much versatility was incorporated into this design, what with its ability to stow larger objets de guerre.
I am sitting in Denver International Airport as I compose this, fresh out of a crowded TSA maelstrom, and awaiting my flight home. I came out here several days ago to visit family in the Mile High City. A new backpack had been sitting in my garage and I thought that a travel trip for its maiden voyage would wring out its versatility. The carrier in question is a new Mil-Spec Monkey/Tactical Tailor Adapt Pack. The Monkey contracted with Tactical Tailor to build a lightweight, multifunctional backpack for either military, LE, or hard-use civilian demands. The MSM Adapt Pack can be configured as a traditional two strap backpack, one strap … Continue reading
The weather was a bit cool last week when I was in NYC. I wanted to take something warm to wear that would extend below my waist and cover up the Smith & Wesson Bodyguard 380 and holster I had stashed in my right front pants pocket. I bought a Mil-Spec Monkey Hoodie RAW last November and it was just right for the trip. I met The Monkey a few years back at SHOT Show after I had contracted him to make morale patches for BlueSheepdog, and then more for ThinBlueFlorida. We were very satisfied with his professionalism and his products. I didn’t get to talk to him this year, … Continue reading