Exactly what I ordered, JK, lol! Black levers with red dial adjustments, clean and simple. They should be here by the end of the week.View attachment 606239
I already have something similar. I have been using the Klim Arsenal Vest for the past year and a half and a few months back I picked up the WLF Enduro/Answer Ops Vest which is very similar but more minimalist in design. I don't care for a regular pack, having something close to the body helps to keep the load better supported and with less movement. I carry my sidearm, an entire tool roll, spare tube, inflation kit, tire repair kit, air pressure gauge, cell phone, 3L water bladder, car keys and my Garmin InReach Mini. I love the vest approach and wear mine each and every time that I ride, the Klim vest can get hot in the summer and that's why I purchased the Answer vest since it has more of a suspender style design which breathes better.Ok , in an effort to help you spend your money , have you looked into these ?
I keep tools on the bike, but fluids for me, snacks, tubes, etc go in the bag (anything that wont become a bar against my spine if/when I come off the bike) . use the ranger 9 and the misses uses the outlander 3 (I get to carry anything she cant fit, she is nice about sharing that way )
They are serious about how it moves with your body and doesnt dance even on pretty rough terrain. Major benefit to me is that all the stuff I would take off my bike when going into a store/restaurant is already there and on me.
Coming from your other thread on the 450l I really like the way the build is focused.