Whether you are looking for a patrol bag to sit on the seat next to you during a standard duty shift or you want a versatile gear bag for storage in the trunk of your car, you can’t go wrong with our Patrol Ready Bag. Designed with the patrol officer in mind, we’ve designed this bag to organize your duty gear and make it immediately available whenever you need it. The large main compartment has an adjustable panel to break up the space. The interior of the lid has two zippered pockets along with a variety of organizational pockets for pens and paper related accessories. The outside of the bag has two large water bottle pockets, two end zippered pockets and a flat pocket with hook and loop closure flap for thinner gear. We’ve placed loop Velcro on the top of the bag so you can add loop to your citation box and have it sit on the top of the bag when you are driving. The Patrol Ready bag has durable nylon carrying handles with a Velcro closure and we’ve included a heavy-duty shoulder strap with removable clips and D rings. Finally, we included a transparent ID/business card window so you can identify your bag from your partner’s. Made of 600-denier polyester, this bag will endure long hard days on patrol and look good for years.
The quality and versatility of the Patrol Ready bag make this piece of equipment an exceptional value. It is the only bag you’ll need for your day-to-day patrol activities. Leave it to 5.11 to bring quality, functionality and value to our gear bag line.
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Size Chart Instructions:
Sizes are based on body measurements. Locate your measurements on the chart to determine what size garment you should wear. Sizes listed are body measurements, not your garment measurements.
How to measure your body:
Chest: Measure under your arms and around the fullest part of your chest. Use a seamstresses tape measure. It should be parallel to the floor.
Waist: Measure around the natural part of your waist, where your wear your pants.
Hip: Stand with your feet together and measure around the fullest part of your hips with the measuring tape parallel to the floor.
Arm Length: Slightly bend elbow and measure from the center back neck, over top of shoulder and down to wrist.
Inseam: Measure inside of leg from crotch to ankle or desired length.