I bought this fanny pack because I wanted a carry option for my Glock 26, keys, wallet and cell phone while exercising. There are 4 zippered compartments. The largest one holds the weapon and has a fast breakaway zipper for easy access. There are 2 elastic bands on each side to hold the pistol in place. It is big enough to hold my Glock 19. The second compartment can fit a large wallet, keys and other items. The third one can hold a large smartphone. My Samsung Galaxy S4 in an Otterbox case fit perfectly. Compartment 4 is meant for a charging cable but I use it for a small wallet.
I wish there was a magazine holder in one of the compartments. They advertise that it has room for spare mag, but it will have to share the same space with your wallet and keys. I have used it jogging several times without any problems. The gun stays intact no matter what. As long as I keep the belt tight, the pack feels secure and I can move freely. Wearing it while doing weight training takes getting used to. Ab exercises are impossible to do.
I like that it is all black and it doesn't call attention to itself. I like to wear black shorts to make it even more discreet.
Firearms Insider Reviews - 8 Key Points
Claim to Fame: A slim fit fanny pack that fits close to the body yet allows you to carry a medium size gun without anyone realizing that this is a concealed weapon fanny pack.
Target Market: Joggers, hikers
FNBs (Features & Benefits of this product):
- Slim Fit
- Works for Right or Left Handed shooters
- Works well for small to medium sized guns
- Fits up to 42" waist
What other aesthetic options or finishes are available?: The DTOM Concealed Carry Fanny Pack is available in black only.
What others are saying?: "I bought this holster pack for a good option for running and still being able to carry. It works well for almost all my guns except the ruger LCP which the product description advertises. If the LCP is just in the holster and you are walking, its fine. But if you add running to the mix, where the fanny pack is moving a lot up and down, the LCP will slip out fairly quickly and just be moving around freely on the inside. The only way to remedy this is to use both straps, the one for right hand and the one for left hand together to hold the firearm in place, this ruins the ability to draw the firearm with any quick speed though.
Once again this works just as intended for larger guns..." - Amazon Reviewer
+ Looks like a regular fanny pack + Fits a medium size pistol + Plenty of room for wallet, keys and cell phone
- No magazine pouch