Gerber GO Bag

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posted on November 27, 2012
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11/27/2012

Gerber has introduced the GO Bag—a combination of a Maxpedition satchel bag with a variety of essential gear for dealing with disasters on the run.

The Maxpedition pack keeps gear close at hand, such as a MP600-ST tool, Recon Task light, water bottle and pocket reference.

"Designed as the foundation of your bug-out bag, or just great kit for everyday, the Gerber GO Bag and its assortment of gear provides everything you need to solve problems on the go." said Andrew Gritzbaugh, Military / Tactical marketing manager for Gerber.

The Gerber GO Bag comes loaded with:

• Gerber embroidered Maxpedition Mongo Versipack (Black)
• MP600-ST (Sight Tool), MOLLE mounted
• EZ-Out DPSF - Black
• Recon Task light
• Frog Lube CLP - 4oz liquid bottle
• Metal Water Bottle
• Rite-in-the-rain note pad
• Pocket Reference Guide

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