R221-VB "FALCON Camouflage"
In the shadow of the night.
In the edge of the woods.
Deep in the mountain.
High above the tree of concrete.
The master of camouflage.
ORBITGear CAMOUFLAGE Series offers 2 pattern; Black Multicam & Camo. Featured ORBITGear 2022 updates on our staple model, CAMOUFLAGE Series only available in 10 units batch each.
R221 FALCON is a compact, yet spacious technical messenger bag from ORBITGear. FALCON MK22 is our 2022 update version featured remapped pocket array, improved sling attachment point anatomy and improved construction.
FALCON MK22 offers a versatile amphibious closure system with progressive rolltop mode or classic flap mode.
Designed to be ambidextrous technical messenger bag, FALCON MK22 also able to be integrated with all of our available sling options from AXIS Sling, AXIS ADV Sling and ambiSLING.
With a total of 6 compartments, FALCON MK22 loading capability and organization are expandable with our MOD System integration
thanks to our modular designs philosophy.
FALCON MK22 main compartments is highly accessible thanks to its Quick Access System featured waterrepel zippers.
All of ORBIT Gear Products Designed & Manufactured in SMALL BATCH at our in-House Studio in Jakarta, Indonesia.
Lightweight & Waterproof XPAC Sailcloth Fabric
Waterproof TPE Tarp Liner
Lightweight & Waterproof 210D PA liner
YKK Weatherproof Zipper System
Strong YKK PES Webbing
Strong and Friction Resistant 6.6 PA Bonded Thread
Floating Liner Construction for Weatherproofness
Floating & Dedicated Laptop and Tablet Sleeve that offer Maximum Protection
Quick Release for Accessibility
Secure-Zip Back Pocket
Perfected Sling Attachment Anatomy for Comfortable & Stable Fit
1x Front Zip Pocket [ Fit for 11” iPad Pro ] + 1x Internal Zip Pocket
1x Secure Back Pocket
1x Main Compartment with 1x 14” MacBook Pro Sleeve + 11” iPad Pro
1x 50mm AXIS ADV Sling SR System or 1x 50mm AXIS ADV Sling SR System + PAD or 1x ambiSLING System
Fit & Volume_
Noval is 174 CM & 64 Kg
22L Volume [ Expandable with MODs System ]
Refer to the Last Image for Measurements