Everest Denier Fabric Concealed Carry Fanny Waist PackLindaMay 21, 2013bought this for overall use.... and love it .... thanks
Everest Denier Fabric Concealed Carry Fanny Waist PackbuckApril 25, 2013the biggest pocket is very difficult to get into so keeping the weapon in it is not advisable. the smaller pocket is zipper with only one zipper so the zippers can't meet in the middle. I had my weapon fall out while in the mall and hit the floor because the zipper opened up and I did not notice it. not a good day. It is still not a bad buy but!
Everest Denier Fabric Concealed Carry Fanny Waist PackNancyApril 18, 2013Great product. Perfect fit for either of my small firearms. Well made and opens easily for quick access of firearm if needed. Extra exterior pockets are super idea. They hold cell phone, smokes etc and make fanny pack not look like a conceal carry item.
Everest Denier Fabric Concealed Carry Fanny Waist PackNancyMarch 22, 2013Impressed by quality and features. Well made, holster is adjustable, and my Taurus 605 fits perfectly. With the other zipper compartments I can carry cell phone and other items and it does not look like a CC case at all. Quick open feature works well too. Price can not be beat.
Everest Denier Fabric Concealed Carry Fanny Waist PackOutbackCharlieMarch 4, 2013I have been carrying for 13 years now. About 10 years ago I got an excellent concealed carry “fanny pack” similar to this at an NRA convention and have used it as my primary mode of carry ever since. I don’t particularly care for oversized, baggy clothing and particularly not in my part of the country in summer when I often like to wear shorts, sandals and a tank top as I spend a lot of time outdoors. So the “fanny pack” really works well for me except that mine has about worn out and I have NEVER been able to find a suitable replacement; until now that is. I took delivery of my new Everest pack a few days ago and it is great! I carry an old and very reliable Beretta Series 81 .380 most of the time which dimensionally is nearly identical to the Ruger SR9C. The holster that came with this pack fits my gun perfectly. I agree with reviewer Mitch that this pack is NOT cheaply made or flimsy in any way. The zippers are substantial, large and operate easily and reliably. The pack is well made of heavy material – as well made as my old one which lasted 10 years – and I carry frequently. The hook-&-loop attachment of the holster to the inside of the gun compartment is substantial and the gun stays put very well regardless of how many times you get in and out of your car or whatever other normal activity you engage in. The only problem I have with the pack is that my presentation is not quite as fast as with my old one. The bottom of the grip often gets slightly caught against the bottom of the case when drawing the weapon. I have been messing around with the exact positioning of the holster inside the gun compartment, and have managed to alleviate most of the problem though. Since I have had such a hard time finding a replacement for my old pack, I went ahead and ordered two of these Everest packs – sight unseen. And I am very glad I did! Since I don’t carry a phone, the little compartment that is designed for the phone is great for a spare mag. The outer compartment handily accommodates a small folding knife and nail clippers, while the larger one is a perfect fit for my tri-fold wallet, house keys and little coin pouch. For those unfamiliar with these specially designed packs, the gun compartment – the one closest to your body – features a double zipper and a short, stout cord with a plastic tassel on the end of it. You position the cord such that it hangs out over the edge of the open zipper then zip each zipper tab snugly up against the cord closing the compartment with the cord sticking out of it. Presentation is accomplished by using the weak hand to grab the cord with the plastic tassel and yank it pulling the zippered compartment open. The dominant hand then draws the weapon from the holster. For a right hander, the pack is worn toward the left side of the body about where the left front pants pocket is located. Reverse that for a southpaw. The pack is designed to be completely ambidextrous by merely flipping the holster over inside the gun compartment. There are two “jerk cords” to accommodate either a left handed or right handed shooter equally well. With a bit of practice, presentation is within a fraction of a second of that possible with other concealment techniques such as IWB (extremely uncomfortable for me) and OWB with a concealment garment. And as reviewer Terry notes, NO ONE ever even gives you a second glance. They apparently just assume you are loaded up with cell phones, iPods, PDA’s and similar paraphernalia.
Everest Denier Fabric Concealed Carry Fanny Waist PackBubbaDecember 14, 2012Excellent product. Would recommend to anyone in need of a place to transport a legally carried firearm out of sight.
Everest Denier Fabric Concealed Carry Fanny Waist PackTerryJune 21, 2012Very good accessory for CC. Wear it the majority of the week while working. Fits well, and I was pleasantly surprised that no one seems to notice it. I would add a pencil or pen holder; nothing special just something on the outside. And I would offer different sized velcro holsters, as I had to modify the holster that came with the pack to fit my firearm.
Everest Denier Fabric Concealed Carry Fanny Waist PackMitchMay 3, 2012I am very happy with pack. It is well made with heavy nylon. The holster holds my Ruger SR9c well. It took me awhile to see how the quick-open draw string works, but it works quite well. I leave the draw string out at the top corner. When I pull forward on it the back opens enough for me it draw the pistol. I have gone CCW with this everywhere and never had a second look from anyone. I disagree that the holster is flimsy. It stays put. I recommend this product. Con: It is a little big for a compact 9mm. If Everest would make one like this a little smaller I would buy it in an instant.
Everest Denier Fabric Concealed Carry Fanny Waist PackPiercecreekApril 13, 2012This fanny pack is well made and comfortable to wear. The cell phone pocket is handy and convinient. The holster is flimsy and the compartment for the firearm is zippered closed which could slow a response to a threat. Overall it is a decent concealed carry pack for the price.
Everest Denier Fabric Concealed Carry Fanny Waist Packdon albertJanuary 11, 2012Bought for my wife for Christmas. She was very happy with it