Gear Review: Exos Women’s range bag — in pink
By Eve Flanigan
Exos women’s range bag. Cushioned zipper pulls are sturdy, useful, and good-looking. (Photo: Eve Flanigan)
The folks at Exos Gear sell a fine tactical backpack and gun belt. Recently I had the opportunity to review another of their wares, the women’s range bag. In a shift from my normal approach to reviews, I brought a friend and fellow shooter into the mix as the lead reviewer. Deb, a trained, licensed concealed carrier, occasional carbine shooter, slayer of Barbary sheep, and matriarch of a shooting family, volunteered to put the bag through its paces.
A generous MOLLE panel allows the bag to carry even more. (Photo: Eve Flanigan)
First, some basics. The bag is constructed of water-resistant 600 denier polyester. It’s pink — bright, but not neon, pink. The handles, optional padded shoulder strap, and MOLLE on one side, are black nylon webbing. The zippers, interior dividers, and two patches of loop material are black, too. The latter gives the owner the option to add a personal touch or identification using Velcro-backed patches.
A padded divider and elastic strips in the main compartment accommodate two pistols and more. (Photo: Eve Flanigan)
This is a medium-size bag said to be suited for two full-size pistols. It’s large