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Whether you're running for your life in a survival situation, or simply walking down a peaceful city street, the ability to blend in is valuable. By acting as a “gray man” and disguising your preparedness from the general public, you can reduce your risk of being hassled, mugged, or worse. On the other hand, strolling around a major metropolitan area with a camouflage pack covered in PALS webbing and morale patches will certainly turn some heads—and not in a good way.
Grey Ghost Gear is well aware of the importance of flying under the radar—after all, this philosophy is clearly evident in the company's name.
Earlier this year, Grey Ghost released a new backpack constructed of waxed canvas, known as the Gypsy. Now, the company has unveiled a messenger bag in this same understated style. It's called the Grey Ghost Wanderer, and it's said to be “imminently suitable for customers who must by necessity remain inconspicuous and low profile”.
The Wanderer is constructed of waxed canvas, and uses waterproof zippers to keep its contents bone-dry in case of rain. Grey Ghost also says this material feels “like furry walls on a chill, foggy morning”, so that's pretty cool too. This bag is available in four colors: black, charcoal, field tan, or olive drab.
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The Grey Ghost Wanderer is available at an MSRP of $235. For more information, visit GreyGhostGear.com.