Hatch Introduces Sling Carry Pack For Law Enforcement And Military Personnel


New S7 Sling Pack carries essential gear and offers ergonomic, efficient design

ONTARIO, California – Hatch announced today that it has released its S7 Sling Pack featuring three key design elements to create efficiencies in the field for law enforcement and military personnel. This new quick-action bag—designed to carry an officer’s essentials in a less bulky, easier-to-access, and more streamlined way—features a C-clip which attaches to the belt to reduce bouncing, a top flap that opens outward and away from the body, and a contrasting interior color.

“We study the movement and actions of officers and military in the field and constantly look for ways to innovate our products to make their jobs easier,” said Scott Carnahan, Vice President, Equipment. “The features in the new S7 Sling Pack achieve that goal by providing efficiencies designed to simplify tactical movements.”

The S7 Sling Pack allows the officer to carry extra magazines, a trauma kit, spare radio battery and a back-up firearm. Rather than a general-purpose bag, this action bag, constructed of heavy-duty 1000-denier Cordura nylon, features three key innovations:

· The C-clip allows the user to run without worrying about the pack bouncing. The C-clip can also easily be removed so the user can swing it around to the front for easy access when rendering medical help.

· The top flap of the pouch opens outward away from the body so it doesn’t fall in the way when an officer needs to access something quickly.

· The interior color is also designed to contrast with the exterior black color making the contents easier to identify and secure.

The bag contains numerous compartments: three exterior, eight interior and multiple magazine/clip holders. MOLLE loops cover the front of the bag for easy attachment of accessories and the S7 is also designed with heavy duty hardware for significant durability.

The S7 Sling Pack, offered in black, is available now with an MSRP of $49.99.


2 Responses to “Hatch Introduces Sling Carry Pack For Law Enforcement And Military Personnel”

  1. ejb3 says:

    Jumping on the marker held by Maxpedition?