Feb 11 2008Grabit Pack: Fanny Pack Of The Future

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I like the look of the Grabit Pack. It looks like some sort of military issue gun holster or something. But it was really designed to hold your cellphone, keys and wallet due to the inevitable Pant Pocket Ban of 2009. You can get both right and left-legged models and they run $28 including shipping. Speaking of left-legged models, I used to date a girl with a pegleg. Not one of those modern prosthetics mind you, I'm talking a straight-up pirate pegleg. I think it was actually from an old dining room table. We made a great match, she and I, seeing how we both had wooden prosthesis. Ah, Pegleg Pam, your Captain Stumpdong misses you.

Two more pictures explaining how to use the device after the jump.

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Pocket ban of '09 eh? Hmm. I guess the fanny pack won't do in our modern day and age. Everyone should stock up on pocketed pants now to last the next twenty years or so.

(proto-)

Sounds like a great way to get shot by the cops.

So that's what Liefeld's been up to!

Lol, stumpdong! I love it.

Maybe this thing is for fatasses that can't reach all the way around to their butt pocket?

Fake!

Imagine if girls started carrying these things instead of purses. You'd have all kinds of women walking around with a limp from packing it full of everything they owned.

I notice how the model is too bashful to show his face.

wow... they finally did it... they blew it up, DAMN YOU ALL TO HELL! its the first sucsesfull... man-purse

That thing would be great if it was aimed toward carrying camera gear... A couple pockets that could hold a 77mm diameter lens securely with a bit of padding...throw in a pocket for a speedlite and some batteries/memory cards and you've got yourself a nice accessory.

That's bootleg!

Do you have to stand with your crotch all spread like that when you wear it? God I hope so

That really is terrific looking and it's a huge improvement over the cubbyholes Heather Mills had installed in her leg. Less is not always more folks, not always.

Oh, there's no way wearing one of these could end badly. No way at all.

Just a second while I get my wallet offi...*BANG* *BANG* *BANG*

there's a fundamental flaw in the way this thing hangs on the waist. anybody here see it? the belt is just positioned above his flat hip. this thing wold fall off in the event that he broke out into a slow jog. i see the whole thing falling completely off, while all buckles are fastened.

it'll start kinda like and ends kinda like...

there's a fundamental flaw in the way this thing hangs on the waist. anybody here see it? the belt is just positioned above his flat hip. this thing wold fall off in the event that he broke out into a slow jog. i see the whole thing falling completely off, while all buckles are fastened.

it'll start kinda like he goes into a jog, the top belt falls down, causing the bottom belt around his leg to become looser and looser, eventually being flung off his foot about a mile away from his destination, as he gets to the store he's running to, but he was unaware that it was happening because of the loose and comfortable fit. and ends kinda like...sorry officer, let me get my wallet...."oh f*** where's my gun?"....."i mean, oh f*** where's my .....wallet?"

Sorry "poop" but you couldn't be more wrong.

"pirhan" you can see my SMILING face on the "about us" page.

As a lesson to all of you worried about dealing with law enforcement:
1. behave yourselves
2. when approached by an officer LISTEN to what they say.

watch any episode of COPS and you can learn that.

Thanks for posting my product! I really appreciate the support!

I just bought one...I'm gonna try it with my camera stuff, but at the very least it'll be a good supplement to my bugout bag. I figure I've spent over $100 on a single camera bag, whats $30 to try out a different concept?

I clicked through, and didn't like what I saw

The website selling this thing looks like an infomercial. lots of CAPITOL LETTERS and blatant self-aggrandizement. Not enough actual photos or, logic forbid, video of someone wearing one of the things.

I'll wait for the knockoffs to hit retail.

The holster style pockets would have excellent military applications. Perfect for medics to have a quick reach of a tourniquet or pressure bandage is always needed for a speedy response time. The Combat Arms could find many uses. Any emergency response teams ( Fireman, Police, EMT, ect.) could find the practical applications are out there just waiting for this product.

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