Blackhawk Under the Radar Courier Bag

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posted on November 13, 2014
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We've covered the cell phone pouch, tablet pouch and laptop bag previously. Blackhawk's new Under the Radar line prevents unwanted electronic intrusion into your personal electronic device.

What if you have several devices that you'd like to protect, but don't wish to carry around a multitude of different cases along with the rest of your gear? Well, Blackhawk has you covered there, as well.

The Under the Radar Courier Bag contains a cell phone pouch and a laptop pouch inside a very standard looking black messenger bag. There's all kinds of room for your business cards, files, folders and other gear along with these two shielded pouches, and there's even two separate water bottle holders to help keep you hydrated during extended meetings.

Constructed of 1050 denier nylon and featuring a removable shoulder strap, this courier bag is designed for extended hard use. There are webbing straps on the inside for attachment of specialized bags or other accessories, access to the interior is assisted through several zippered areas and generous padding keeps gear safe and helps cushion the bag against the carrier.

MSRP: $149.99

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