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Blue Force Gear Announces New Signature Pack with Chris Costa


This new Hive pack is a signature item from Chris Costa by Blue Force Gear. It is sling-style pack that is reversible with a small triangular pocket that will accept a pistol. All-in-all it’s about an 8 l capacity.


The pack is dapper compatible and designed to support discreet carry and will accommodate up to subgun sized weapons.


The concept is build this pack in small batches with different colors and fabrics so that they won’t all look alike and most importantly won’t scream, “gun!” The version they demo’d incorporates Tweave, a stretch material around the top flap and is in the Arc’teryx Urban Wolf.



Look for these this Spring, initially in Urban Wolf. Specialty color runs are a minimum of 300.


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7 Responses to “Blue Force Gear Announces New Signature Pack with Chris Costa”

  1. So it won’t scream “gun?” But it will scream ” Look at me, I don’t fit into my surroundings.”

    Have a good one,

  2. Richard says:


    I believe it’s design is more for the “urban” environment, maybe someone with a CHL. Not designed to “camouflage” into the woods.

    • Oh, I understand what the heck it’s for. If I saw someone wearing that pack in an “Urban” setting I would say, “Look, what a dumb backpack, geez that guy stands out….”

      Have a good one,

  3. Andrew says:

    For the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle look.

  4. Will says:

    It’s a neat looking messenger bag I am defently going to look at this in the future

  5. Buck Rogers says:

    Awesome, I should run out and buy a back pack endorsed by a poser Coastie now?

  6. Sketchy_Endeavor says:

    I often wonder if the companies that exploit this guy and seek his endorsement understand that the actual gunfighter elite, the professionals who wield weapons with lethal intent (opposed to being a threat to just some paper and steel)… they think he’s weak.

    I’ll tell you this also, I know that those companies aren’t stupid and do this to make money. No worries, that’s great but I stay away from those companies.