The Dangler is a bum bag – or fanny pack – which attaches to platforms using a really versatile velcro drop-panel.

The panel has hook on the rear and loop on the front, so it can be carried at the bottom edge of many PCs (sandwiched under the front flap, or at the bottom of the front or rear plate bags); or attached to the back of suitable chest rigs.

 photo IMG_3152_zpsgkgz1wd4.jpgIt’s really well made and constructed of 500D, with a swatch of colour-matched loop velcro on the front for patches etc.

Access to its contents is governed by a good quality zip.

 photo IMG_3153_zpsvkhhvtvs.jpgInside, more loop on one face and elastic retainers on the other – both in black, to stand out against the MC.

 photo IMG_3156_zpsi5rtmez0.jpgThis is a great bit of kit and easily expands a minimalist, high-riding platform like the JPC without putting additional utility pouches in hard to reach places – like under your arm pits.

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