The perfect accessory for any chase scene, the Ukoala bag will keep your tools secure and close at hand as you leap, slide, or ride through your adventures.
How they work: The Ukoala bag functions similarly to a thigh holster. The waist strap buckles snugly across the widest part of the hip and the bag can then hang down the side of either thigh. To fully secure it, buckle the thigh strap and tighten it until it's comfortable. Your hips will feel balanced and comfortable and your items won't shift as you move. It can also be worn hanging on one shoulder or across the body like a traditional satchel, just unclip or tuck away the thigh strap! Each compartment zips up securely, with numerous hidden extras, like the opening for your headphones in the top pocket, the hidden zip pocket in the back that will keep your identification safe as you travel, or the snap compartment on the outside for small must-haves. The larger sizes are concealed-carry compatible. Most variations come with a front flap with a small pocket that securely magnet-snaps to cover and protect every compartment underneath from wind and weather.
- Adjustable thigh and waist straps
- Hidden zip pocket in back
- Durable waxed canvas, leather, or nylon material
- Lifetime guarantee
- Compact - roughly 9" X 11" with an inside compartment of 5" X 8" X 1.5"
- Standard - roughly 10" X 12" with an inside compartment of 6" X 8" X 1.5"
- Phoenix - black nylon with black edges and brass hardware
- Kodiak - black nylon with brown edges and brass hardware
- zipper design
Good bag, bad strap system.
I got the Phoenix compact. Great little bag that can hold a lot. However, the buckles used on the strap are a terrible design choice. They are large and are bulky, and if you wear the bag for any real length of time you will get bruised because the buckles have no way of sitting flat against your hip. So with every step they are digging into your side. Bought it to use as a toolbag for working at height. In restrospect, not the best application for the bag. The zippers are the culprit here. With a zipper design, the bag flaps are always either fully closed or (eventually) fully open, as the weight of the tools inside press against the flap and force it open. Not ideal when you're working on a ladder and your bag opens itself and spills the wrench out! However, I can see it working well for those who just want to use it as a purse/EDC bag alternative.
Best Bag Ever
Love the design and the space available. Perfect purse replacement.