A shoulder bag is much more useful than a waist bag. These simple light bags never get in the way, yet expand to hold almost anything. My first choice tramping, cycling and around town, for snacks, phones, masks etc. I am loving mine more every day.
Initially specified to take an A4 page folded in half, mine has no problem swallowing an X100 mirrorless camera and some.
Dimensions are 26 cm x 18 cm.
The zip is 23 cm long.
The shoulder strap is 19mm webbing and not over generous at 125cm long.
The main seam is folded over and stitched twice for strength and water resistance, exactly the same as my popular waist bag.
In Graphite EP250LE they weigh 53g. This heavily coated woven fabric is used for the leading edge of wingsails and leaves dyneema in the dust as far as durability goes. It is a crinkly fabric when new and will show the marks made when I turn it right side out. It can be noisy to begin with, but I am told it will moderate with use. Actually a great choice for this bag.
RBC450RS is a tough woven fabric with a DWR coating on the outside and acrylic coating on the inside. It is a neat, quiet fabric, and weighs out at 66g all up. RBC450RS is made from recycled bottles and is mainly used for sail bags, so expect a very durable, colour fast shoulder bag.
64g in EPX200.
The default bag is intended for a right handed person. If you want a left handed bag please contact me, its no trouble at all.
Shipping is by NZPost Courier, $15.5 for anywhere in NZ.