February 28, 2021

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FirstSpear: Sherpa Bag Reviewed

3 min read

FirstSpear has been making quality Made in America products that are built to last since 2010, the Sherpa being one of many of those products.

The Sherpa has two easy to use and hold carrying handles with a comfortable shoulder strap (including a  movable shoulder pad) attached using HK clips that clip to metal rings which are securely stitched onto the bag. One side of the bag is well padded preventing objects from inside poking you while walking and on the other side there is an exterior pouch that extends the length and height of the Sherpa bag perfect for magazines, eye & ear pro, cleaning supplies,etc.

On the inside is a large interior with a padded bottom and two removable dividers allowing you to customize the interior for your specific use. On either side are two padded pockets for pistols, each pocket being removable and can be used as padding at the range or on top of the bench to rest your guns on. While going to the range with 30 pounds of ammo, guns and gear inside my Sherpa, I found the weight still comfortable to carry using both the shoulder strap and handles.

I really liked the FirstSpear Sherpa.  As a matter of  fact, the Sherpa has not only replaced the range bag that I was using but now is the bag I reach for when I am carrying things to and from my truck.

The Sherpa is a well thought out bag that can be used for just about anything.  While most would think to use it as a range bag, the Sherpa can also be used as a tool bag, carry on bag for travel or even your vehicles go bag just to name a few.  The Sherpa is a bag that does not scream tactical, one look at the Sherpa and all you see is practical.  The Sherpa measures 16”x9”x10”, is made out of 500D, uses quality zippers and pull tabs (MSRP $136.99).

Looking for a great bag?  Check out https://www.first-spear.com/sherpa

Cost:                4/5

Comfort:          5/5

Durability:       5/5

Functionality:  5/5

Weight:            5/5

Total:               24/25

Overall Rating:  Excellent.  Highly recommended.  I would like to have given it a higher score in Comfort if I could!

The scale is defined as:

Poor/Unacceptable: Worse than expected, or desirable: of a low or inferior standard or quality.

Fair:  In conformity with reasonable expectations, but in comparison to competitors it may be deficient.

Average:  Common item; item neither lacks from or is superior than a competitors item.

Good:  The item is desirable and has qualities that excel in comparison to a competitors item.

Excellent:  Outstanding, possesses superior quality remarkably good.

Material Disclosure

I received this product as a courtesy from the manufacturer via Spotter Up so that I could test it and give my honest feedback.  I am not bound by any written, verbal, or implied contract to give this product a good review.  All opinions are my own and are based off my personal experience with the product.

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