Fanny Packs That Don’t Suck

You know the drill.

Buck Products Rump Shaker

Buck Products is a Bozeman, MT based brand making some thoughtful carry goods for your everyday adventures. Small by choice, the folks at Buck Products have been refining their trajectory since 2009 and are creating simple, functional, and just downright fun bags to last you from sun up to sundown… it is the Bozeman way. The Rump Shaker is a basic fanny with two internal pockets and comes in just under 3L (~165 cubic inches). Do those phone, keys, wallet events in style and grab a Rump Shaker. P.S. This gang is a lot of fun on Instagram.

Anicca Bags Teewinot Hip Pack


Anicca Bags rise up out of the Teton Valley in Driggs, ID. Focusing on creating mountain lifestyle products with special concern to the multi-sport and multi-season user, Anicca’s products are rugged and timeless. The Teewinot was designed as a fishing pack, but has obvious potential as an EDC sling for lighter carry tasks. Many of their products feature a killer Cordura and Pendleton fabric combo and custom options when ordering. We like the Teewinot’s extra organizational options like the two zippered internal pockets and the small zippered pocket on the front face for your frequent use items.  We’re also stoked on the Hanging Wallet.

Frog Pro MEtrO Concealed Fanny Pack


Frog Pro of Italy makes some stellar products for military applications and outdoor use.  Their fanny pack is no exception and easily carries your daily essentials and a handgun should you so choose.  Neutral tones and bomber construction make these easily wearable across activities and locations.  We’ve always been suckers for Italian goods and black multicam, so this is really hitting that sweet spot.


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