B5 Systems

TYR Tactical Travelers Bag Now Available for Order

The TYR Tactical Travelers Bag we mentioned last week is already available on their website. Manufactured from PV, it features a large interior main compartment with organizational mesh pockets on either side as well as two end interior pouches to carry a mesh toiletry bag (included). Additionally, there are exterior side pouches featuring 3 interior dividers.

Available in Coyote, Ranger Green, Black, and MultiCam.



7 Responses to “TYR Tactical Travelers Bag Now Available for Order”

  1. EGS says:

    That is a very clean and well designed looking bag.

  2. Paul says:

    Nice….but tough to justify almost $300 for a small travel bag, no matter how fancy the material it is made from. I just bought a Tactical Tailor Gym Bag for $75 on sale with 2500 c.i. capacity and some features.

    North Face, Patagonia and Red Oxx also offer great duffles and travel bags of high quality at much lower prices. If you need something more tactical, the Endom-MM TNT GYm Bag is available at half the price of the Tyr offering.

    I like Tyr Tactical products and their innovation. I hope they find a market for this bag but I suspect that at this proposed price point there will be a limited universe of buyers.

    • Dev says:

      I think


      may have contributed to the price.

    • SSD says:

      I see a lot of folks coming in and comparing apples to oranges. The Tactical Tailor bag is nice but doesn’t have the same features. Even they would agree with that. All of the other items are made overseas.

      These arguments are like someone coming in and complaining about the price of a BCM gun and saying that they can get a Bushmaster for 1/3 the price.

      You always have to remember that even though you don’t want to spend that much money on a bag (or any other item), someone will.

    • Jim says:

      I’d say it was closer to the Kifaru OTW bag. https://kifaru.net/otw.html That costs $198

  3. WTF? says:

    Long time reader here. I’m curious as to why people who say that they aren’t going to buy something feel the need to come in and bash a product. If they aren’t going to buy it why bother writing anything at all? Everytime I see this behavior I think that the poster is working for another company. Why are these ridiculous postings allowed to remain? They don’t do anything for the article.

  4. Miguel says:

    At least he is contributing and suggesting other interesting options for people interested in this kind of item. Kudos Paul.