The Second Front day pack "has generous size to accommodate laptops in its padded retainer, yet is nimble enough to be rotated from back to chest. Common to all our slings, such as the Evac™ series, this maneuver gives on-the-go access to frequently used gear while carrying heavier loads on the back the rest of the time. It's also more secure in crowds etc., since you can keep it in sight and allows users to sit back in tight quarters such as ski lifts, or in vehicle interiors," Hazard 4 officials maintain.The new pack measures 16.9 inches long, 10.6 inches wide and 3.1 inches deep.
The Second Front includes the following features:
-- thermoform back & easy access when swung to user's chest multiple modular/MOLLE expansion options -- drop-down organizer/work surface on front with iPad® window wide-format & padded carrier fits most 17” laptops -- 3-D air-mesh material on underside of straps for comfort -- hydration back-pocket (for bladders up to 100 Oz./3L) -- trap-door for hydration-hose w/o sharp velcro edges -- flat zip-pocket on front w/ velcro panel area above -- large grab-handles for carrying or pulling to chest/back -- internal mesh zip/elastic pockets for organizing items -- 3D Hazard 4® logo in subdued black or coyote -- large, locking buckle on waist belt for rapid drops -- compression-straps (which also secure tubular items) -- folding-stock rifles/submachine guns w/ short barrels like H&K G36C and UMP fit in the main compartment
The Second Front is available in black or Coyote tan and retails for $190.