A very 'Oakley' product. much like a lot of their more unusual items, you don't know why you want it, you don't even know if you'll ever use it, however, you do know that you need it!
I have seperated mine as use it as a small bag that I can stick a camera and wallet/sunglasses in, and I also use the belt and bum/fanny pack when travelling, almost as a money belt.
I've actually found that this works really well as a dropleg holster. I have a tactical light on my pistol (Walther P99), and it fits perfectly in the large pouch (i removed the smaller one and connected the main pouch directly to the belt). Great for going to the range, and always gets comments!!
Got this on ebay not long ago. This is AWESOME!!!!! I've used this for hiking a couple of times and everything I couldn't put in pockets goes in this. The belt works great by itself too. Every Oakley collector needs this.
This thing is a head turner! Gets a lot of looks lol. Screams Oakley. Useful for carrying light stuff on the go...small water bottle for running or credit cards, cash, cell phone, car keys, etc!
I think this is an iten that fits into a niche segment well.
Aside from the usual stellar construction and styling that we expect from Oakley, it really helps put personal cargo in places that have 'free space' while giving you the flexibility that you might need in a physically demanding situation.
It might not make sense for a walk in the park, or commuting in the urban jungle, but it will serve you well in a tactical situation where you are encumbered and need immediate access to certain provisions on the fly.
That and it looks cool in full tactical get-up like a BDU and the AP vest.
Quite possibly one of the coolest "bags" that Oakley has put out. The placement of pockets and zippers was well-thought out and nicely implemented. When wearing, it's easy to access everything, and space is quite plentiful. This is the perfect tool for photo gear, hiking, or just to look like a BAMF.
While the AP Leg Holster can be quite useful for many purposes, one small design flaw keeps me from using it on a regular basis. Unfortunately, the design of the leg straps only allows for certain sizes of legs to be able to comfortably use it. When I do use the Holster, I find myself having to tie or contort the straps in ways I fear might have long-term damage on the straps because they're just too big for my thigh circumference. If there were other size straps or a more adaptable leg strap system, I'd rate this higher. But because I'm unable to use it as often as I'd like, I have to knock off a couple points.
As with any Oakley Product construction is top notch. Very durable and will last a lifetime. I saw this about a year ago and bought it on a whim... at the time i was playing a lot of competitive paintball and needed a good leg bag. I used it one game and found that it did not fit my needs as well as i had hoped for. It was way too bulky for me. It now sits in my collection and get a lot of comments.
Definitely a great buy for those that are willing to wear the outrageous. Not for me, but picked up a set for my brother in law - and it definitly suits him well. Great fuctionality and flexibility in its uses.
This is so awesome. It screams Oakley. I really like this a lot to use for small outings. It gets a lot of attention which I'm not a big fan of, but it is very useful and I like it better than having a bag on my back. For being small, it does have a lot of storage space. It also offers easy and fast access when it is strapped up to your leg.
extremely versatile and roomy. looks and functions great in any configuration. also makes a very cool "upgrade" to the AP Vest. whether you're venturing into the wilderness or the heart of the city, this is an essential piece of gear. makes cargo pants obsolete! it's also got a very "tech" look to it, like something you'd see in a movie on a futuristic special ops soldier. definitely a classic piece of mad science.
nice, well thought. haven't tred it yet, not sure if i wikk, more for a display use.. fany pack made by oakley. nice looking. looks very good material, come from the AP line, so ver Adaptable.