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Sarma EDC bag

Discussion in 'EDC Bags' started by MattNate, Feb 11, 2016.

  1. MattNate

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    I have owned numerous bags for my EDC purposes. Many of those have missed the mark on so many levels and some have come close to what I'm looking for. However, I believe I have finally hit the jackpot with this Sarma Torba Mini.

    The bag is amazingly thought out and just the right size for my purposes. It has numerous attachment points, waist strap, shoulder sling, and many different configurations to choose how to carry. It is made and shipped from Israel, but was worth the wait.

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  2. bjoseph725

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    :censored:. any more info on this?
     
  3. MattNate

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    What would you like to know about it?


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    Interesting. Is this a hip bag or over 1 shoulder type of bag?

    It'd be nice if it came in more civilian colors too.
     
  5. MattNate

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    It's kinda both. You can wear it as a sling bag or you can use just the waist strap and make it into a butt pack. All the straps can be taken off, so you can really customize the way you want to carry. I do know that the company has some more civilian colors...red, blue, black... And of course the ODs and coyote.


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    This bag looks like a S.O. Tech Mission Go bag and a Maxpedition Proteus fell in love and had a kid... Just sayin':).
     
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    There are some good reviews on youtube of this bag. Its made in Israel and can be order direct from his website or ebay.
     
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    I was trying to find the main website for this. Do you have it by chance?
     
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    I don't think they have a website. You can look them up on their Facebook page "Sarma Custom Made" and check out all the gear they make. I purchased through EBay once I knew I had to have it.


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    Is there a main compartment? Or just the admin part?
     
  11. MattNate

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    Yes, its probably 9x6x3. For comparison, It's big enough for a 32 ounce Nalgene bottle to fit snugly. It also has a Velcro field inside that would work great for a subcompact or compact CCW.


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  12. MattNate

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    When I get home from work and have a cold pint in my hand, I'll post some more pics.


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    A little late but as promised, here are a few more detailed pics of the Torba Mini. Sorry fellas, but the wife was in charge of my time this weekend. Happy wife, happy life, lol.

    The bag with all straps removed and a Nalgene for comparison.
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    How the straps attach.
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    Included pouch and removable key keeper.
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    Nalgene for size comparison.
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    Hope y'all enjoy the pics, sorry for the delay.




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    How are you using your torba?


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    So far I have been using kinda like a work bag. I have a company vehicle and work in the field, so I keep a lot of the items I normally use in it. Throw in a couple power bars, some normal day to day items (note pad, pens, cables, batteries), a small FAK, some trauma items, and of course the survival style stuff and I think I have a good EDC bag set up. I saw your review, great job. I hope you're enjoying your bag as much as I do mine. When I get some time, I'll do a layout. Newborns sure do know how to kill all your free-time.
     
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