Rated 4.5 out of 5
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Errant Sling

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The Errant Sling (formerly known as the Arclite Sling) is built from Stormproof fabrics and zippers to safeguard 15L liters of magnetic compression storage. Constructed to organize and transport your everyday carry essentials; A laptop/tablet compartment is easily accessible through water resistant zippers, so you keep your creative momentum while staying in motion. Also available Errant Sling X-Pac.

  • Dimensions: 10W x 15H x 5.5D" / 25W x 38H x 14D cm
  • Capacity: 15 L
  • Weight: 2 lbs. / 0.91 kg
  • Laptop size: up to 14" (8.5W x 14H x 0.75D")
  • Active Commuter stability strap
  • Secure Bike Lock lash loop
  • 13” laptop/tablet sleeve
  • 15" Laptop fits in the main compartment
  • Adjustable to wear over left or right shoulder
  • Stormproof closure with magnetic auto-lock buckle
  • Magnetic auto-compression
  • Nywool™ quick-access sunglass pocket
  • Large autolocking magnetic buckle
  • Easy-access commuter pocket
  • Magnetic keydock compatible with HT Key Clip
  • LFT™ molded foam back panel breathes for comfort
  • YKK® stormguard zippers
  • Reflective lashpoints for safe commuting
  • Bluesign® factories and mills
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Laptop/Tablet Sleeve

Internal Organization

Nywool Sunglass Pocket

Adjustable Harness

average rating 4.5 out of 5
Based on 61 reviews
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Reviewed by Li H.
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Rated 5 out of 5

A great sling

Excellent design, material and build quality. I hope there could be more organization internally to improve the flexibility.

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Reviewed by Yao Z.
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Rated 5 out of 5

BEST SLING for edc

compared with several slings and finally pick Errant,this is one of the best Slings

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Reviewed by Nicole S.
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Rated 5 out of 5

Perfect Sling

Love it. When compressed it fits perfectly into the front of my peakdesign 45L bag so I can have a brilliant sturdy sling day pack and I dont have to carry 2 bags at once. Love the magnets, love the l;atop/ipad case. The only slight issue is that when the pack is fully packed and has extra lashed onto the front it can be heavy and slightly uncomfortable but I saw a review of the stasis sling where someone mentioned alpaca gear harness which fits onto the errant sling for such heavy use cases. Would have been good to have 2 small loops next to the existing cross body strap however. Id have loved the option of the sling in rucksack form but brilliant!

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Reviewed by petter
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Rated 5 out of 5

Very good

First off all, the customer service is brilliant.

What can i say, the errant sling is just cool.

looks cool,

quality product,

solid build,

comfortable to wear.

I use this for commuting on bicycle and it works perfectly, just enough space. And on short hiking trips.

But i hope some day Boundary supply make a hiking pack. thats something that would be cool.

I recommend this product
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Reviewed by C. Patrick H.
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Rated 3 out of 5

Remarkable in many ways but a few flaws

There is no question that this is a beautiful bag. The 15L make it the equivalent of a small backpack in terms of contents. It looks great. I love the way it can be made wide or narrow depending upon what you carry. The colors are good. However, after carrying it for a year or so I do have some concerns. The shoulder strap does come loose from time to time which is a serious problem. Also, the small organization pockets in the middle have not been useful. They are just not big enough. I would love to see a revised version of this come out.

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