You’re a function over form kind of guy. You plan out each excursion with care, so that you know you’ll be prepared for whatever comes – especially on a day like today.
You’re not just taking one of the kids out to the woods for a scouting foray. You’re taking all of them.
That’s the kind of outing that makes your wife take out her “purse” that equates to a tactical backpack. But that’s not your style. There’s no way to maneuver or move quietly with that kind of pack on your back.
Everything you take – besides your water – must fit in your pockets.
You’ve got the gear laid out on your bed. You button the WEARFIRST Frontside Cargo Short around your waist, and you feel the comfort of the Signature Freeband Elastic Waist.
You slip your leather belt through the belt loops and slide your camp knife into position just behind your front pocket.
Your compass and keys clip to your front belt loop, while your bear spray clips next to your knife. If you need that it’ll be in a hurry, and you’ll want it close to hand.
Now for the pockets. Oh yeah, there’s seven of them.
The map and important cards slip into your two back pockets closed with a traditional button. Your phone slips into one of the two side pockets as usual.
The insect repellent wipes, small tube of sunscreen, small first aid kit, trail mix, and GPS get split between the two cargo pockets.
Finally, with the matches, chapstick, and earbuds secured with a button in the convenient tech pocket, you’re prepared for whatever today throws at you.