PEONFX shoulder pouch first impressions.

A few days ago, along with the stuff they sent along for SF Sprints 2, PEONFX also sent along one of their brand new shoulder pouches to test out. So far I haven’t given it the most extensive use, but I have used it enough to get some initial impressions. First thing I noticed when I put the thing on was that the strap was a little short, so the pouch ended up sitting pretty high on my back, as you can see above. At first this really bothered me but after a day or so I don’t mind it at all. I talked to Kat from the team and she said it was because of the size difference between asians and white folks (like myself). I kind of had a feeling this had something to do with it but I wasn’t gonna make anything weird by sayin’ anything about it. Yikes. Anyway, she said they realize us crackers and americans in general are bigger (fatter, we’re a fat country), so they might end up extending the strap a lil bit, but if not the thing is still a really nice little pouch. Something else I noticed about the pouch is that it actually works really well as a hip pouch also. That’s nice versatility. Two big pockets are featured in the pouch, which are big enough for tools, snacks, a camera (I actually discovered this bag works really nicely as a dslr bag, by detaching your lens from your body. Of course if you’re carrying your expensive camera around, be careful, throw some extra padding in there if you feel like it, and hey, If you’re carrying your camera around you ought to be careful anyway!), a shirt and socks, some candy, whatever you need. The capacity is somewhere between a hip pouch and one of those drawstring backpacks. Another nice little feature is a little pocket built into the strap, great for some extra change, earbuds, whatever. One last really nice thing about it is the weight. When it’s just got a couple things in it you barely notice its on you. You also don’t get the annoyance of having something on your waist sticking out when you sit down, since it’s on your shoulder. As the months go on I’ll keep using the little guy in any way I can to test it out, so expect a full detailed review later on down the road. For now check out some extra shots below.

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