The Hazard 4 Evac Recon Photo is a sling style pack featuring fully ambidextrous and comfortable to wear platform. Slim shaped for fast maneuvering in crowds, the pack can be stored in vehicles and lockers, and thanks to its quick release buckle quickly taken on or off when needed.
Wide and padded shoulder strap comes with breathable air mesh, large lockable quick release buckle, MOLLE straps and 1" stabilizer strap with buckle and carabiner. The shoulder strap is cocked at either the right or left lower corner, so the pad aligns ergonomically in the correct body-hugging direction. 3D padded back panel allows for easy air-circulation and comfortable wear even when the bag is fully loaded.
The Evac Recon Photo pack features one large and heavily padded main compartment with multiple padded removable dividers and soft Velcro-like fuzz material on all sides. Access to the main compartment is possible from the top or from the side through the panel closed with a two-sided zipper. The side padded panel comes with three mesh pockets, where the heavily padded top dual-layer opening flap features handy organizer with multiple mesh and sleeve pockets, soft sections for sensitive accessories and two pen loops.
Front of the bag comes with two separate zipped compartments, top one with Velcro patch area and the bottom one with multiple admin sleeve and mesh pockets, Velcro straps and Nylon loop for attaching extra accessories. Additionally, the bag features comfortable carrying handles, side sleeve pocket, and side compression straps which allow the bag to be adapted to the size of carried kit or can be used for attaching tripods or monopods.
The webbing used throughout the bag is a class leading strapping that is stiff yet soft on the skin and is very useful for attaching additional side pouches and other MOLLE compatible accessories.
The bag can be rotated to the chest and accessed while on the move, all the pockets are designed to face the user in this mode on either the right or left side. This means the user can go from wearing the pack on his back, to driving a vehicle with the pack on the chest in just a few seconds. Loads of internal organization and a quick access pockets provide just the right balance of storage for everyday requirements.
Your package will normally be dispatched via the Royal Mail or DPD on the same or next business day after cleared payment. We always confirm via email that your item has been shipped.
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Genuine postal losses are rare in the UK. Experience has shown us that in most cases items are returned to us by the Post Office as uncollected when buyers have reported items as undelivered. Please check with your local delivery office before contacting us about non-delivery. Where items are returned to us we will contact you and a further Postage and Handling charge will be made before items can be redelivered.
In the event that a parcel is returned to us and there are some issues that should be resolved, an email is written to the customer notifying him/her of the parcel. If 60 days lapse without any response, the goods are warehoused and disposed of.
At Military 1st we want you to be completely satisfied every time you shop with us. Occasionally though, we know you may want to return items.
We are more than happy for you to return any of our goods for a refund or exchange within 60 days of receipt, as long as, they are in resellable condition with any packaging and labels intact. So feel free to try any of our fantastic range available with our no quibble, no question returns policy.
UK returns are FREE and easy! You'll find a pre-paid label on your returns note in your parcel. Just return through your local Royal Mail post office in over 11,500 locations.
You, the customer, will be responsible for the cost of returning the item to us. It can be shipped back via a service of your choice although we do recommend a secure trackable method that requires a signature on delivery.
How to return your order:
My girlfriend just got me the Photo Recon as a birthday present, and I'm really happy with it, including the completely customizable inside layout thanks to the Velcro dividers. The main compartment fits two cameras (DSLR with battery grip and a range finder) with my 3 main lenses and a few extra primes - I even have space either for a Zoom H6 recorder or some food. The top and front compartments have 4 pen holders and plenty of pockets for filters, batteries, memory cards, the works. I can even easily fit a medium sized notebook in the front one. However, there is one way this bag could be seriously improved: the size and shape of the Plan-B is almost identical, but it has a hydration compartment pocket in the back. I don't understand why this feature wasn't included in the Photo Recon version as it would make it the perfect field photo bag. I'll have to make do with adding a hydration compartment on the molle straps.