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Blauer’s First-Ever Law Enforcement Backpack Duty Bag – the Silent Partner™


Boston, Massachusetts – May 17, 2018 – Blauer continues its 80-year tradition of redefining expectations with the first-ever law enforcement duty bag backpack, the Silent Partner™. Made with feedback from real law enforcement professionals, and designed for their everyday needs, the Silent Partner has innovative features that make it the best choice for a wide variety of roles, with a tough 840D Ballistic Nylon exterior built to stand up to real-world law enforcement work.


The groundbreaking design includes interior touches such as headrest straps which turn the flap of the backpack into a seatback organizer (complete with a custom-made hook to hang a police uniform hat or safety vest on, a clip for POV or other keys, paperwork dividers, and zippered mesh pockets for cuffs and two pen slots), along with additional storage. The lower interior part of the bag, which sits flat on the seat, open for easy access, has an insulated food and beverage space, adjustable Velcro dividers, and is big enough to store a loaded duty belt.

On the outside, the innovation continues with a protective vacuum-molded armor plate storage pocket, padded laptop/tablet pocket with easy access, adaptive closure side bungee pockets which allow the storage of larger items such as a water bottle or flashlight, and a slash pass-through on the bottom to accommodate a seatbelt to secure the bag to the passenger seat of a vehicle. Quiet YKK zippers help to ensure durable performance, and a padded, ventilated back cushion and shoulder straps provide comfort when carrying gear.

For more information, please visit https://www.blauer.com/silent-partner-bag-bg101.html


5 Responses to “Blauer’s First-Ever Law Enforcement Backpack Duty Bag – the Silent Partner™”

  1. Kango says:

    What is the point of the plate pocket? Who is just running around with plates in no carrier?

  2. Stone11C says:

    The concept is using the pack as ad hoc body armor if the need ever presents itself. Not a bad idea with recent events…

    • Kango says:

      “A front armor plate storage pocket holds two 10” x 12” rifle plates.”

      Sweet a pocket that holds two plates on the front of the pack…


  3. Johnny C says:

    While I like the concept of the seat-bag (I have left long used a backpack carabinered to the headrest in my patrol car) the video is very gay and feature it lists are hilariously mundane. The music is all “bum-bum-bah” like it’s gonna be cool and then it’s like “pen pocket” or “hat hook”.

  4. Sol says:

    it’s a new take on a patrol bag. i don’t see the drama or understand the hatred behind it!

    take it for what its worth. oh and i saw armor storage area not as adhoc armoring.

    as far as the music is concerned who can choose what’s gonna be the right type of music for these things!

    like i said for what it’s actual purpose is i kinda think its at least worth a look…God knows it s past time for a new patrol bag and this might fit the bill.