Mission Workshop’s Arkiv Field Pack Now Available

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Mission Workshop announced today the availability of their Arkiv Field Pack. We were able to see a pre-production model last month and could not be more excited to see this pack in production. Being huge fans of the the existing Vandal already, we see the Arkiv packs modular system as an evolutionary step. The new series features weatherproof construction and an interchangeable accessory system allowing for easy customization of space and organization

The Arkiv accessories allow for infinitely customizable carry solutions. Changing accessories is as simple as it is intuitive.

“Almost 20 years of designing and building bags has taught us that everyone’s idea of a perfect bag is different. We developed the Arkiv system to solve this issue, creating a product that can be adjusted and arranged to reflect your individual preferences at any given moment. It can also be modified and upgraded as your situation or environment changes.” explains co-founder and designer Mark Falvai.

Accessories range from cell phone pouches and tool pockets to larger organizers and laptop sleeves. Available in three colors, Black Cordura, Dark Gray Cordura, and Waxed Canvas, the bags will start out at $209 and accessories begin at $28.

The price breakdown on accessories:

Folio – $68
Laptop Case – $86
Tool Pocket – $58
Utility/Cell Pocket – $28
Vertical Rolltop Pocket – $48
Vertical Zippered Pocket – $52

An online Arkiv Field Pack configurator is already live for customers to build their ideal bag, check it out here. Mission Workshop is currently taking Pre-Orders, with an initial shipping date of June 15th.

The pack is fabricated with military spec thread, waterproof urethane zippers, durable 1000 denier nylon exterior and a weatherproof urethane coated nylon liner. The backpack is reinforced with an LDPE frame sheet for support and protection.

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About the author: Thien Dinh

Thien Dinh gained most his cycling knowledge the old fashioned way, by immersing himself in the sport. From 2007 to early 2013, Thien served as RoadBikeReview Site Manager, riding daily while putting various cycling products through its paces. A native of California, Thien also enjoys tinkering with photography and discovering new music.


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