The Battle Ready Bag is the answer for carrying everything you need for a private lesson, seminar, camp, class, or mission. We designed this bag to solve the issue of having to carry a stick bag and a separate backpack for just a few personal items such as a notebook, an extra t-shirt, a towel and water.
The outside of the bag features molle compatable straps and two exterior pockets that are suitable for an extra shirt or towel, a training gun, knives, first aid kit or whatever you need. Inside the smaller external pocket are dividers for your mobile phone, business cards, notebook, pens, etc.
Inside the main compartment, the Battle Ready Bag features spacious long pockets for your long blades, padded sticks, rattan sticks, kamagong sticks and more. There are 3 internal pockets that vary in size which can be used for your training knives, pocket knives, fixed blades, balisongs, karambits and whatever else you need. Everything is protected inside the bag with a large external zipper.
The Battle Ready Bag is great for instructors who need to bring enough gear from more than 1 person or students who want to carry one bag for all your gear and personal items together. The bag includes an adjustable shoulder strap with a hanger loop, 2 D-rings and webbing loops for attachments, keys and carabiners. Made of durable cordura, it also includes carrying handles for convenient lifting and transport.
|Overall Dimensions:||32L x 12W x 4H inches (81.3 x 30.5 x 10.2 cm)|
|Large External Pocket:||13.5L x 9.5W x 1H inches (34.3 x 24.1 x 2.5 cm)|
|Small External Pocket:||10L x 9.5W x 1H inches (25.4 x 24.1 x 2.5 cm)|
|Long Internal Pockets:||30L x 4W x 2H inches (76.2 x 10.2 x 5.1 cm)|
|Top Left Internal Pocket:||12L x 4W x 2H inches (30.5 x 10.2 x 5.1 cm)|
|Middle Left Internal Pocket:||10L x 4W x 2H inches (25.4 x 10.2 x 5.1 cm)|
|Bottom Left Internal Pocket:||8L x 4W x 2H inches (20.3 x 10.2 x 5.1 cm)|
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Best Stick Bag I've Found
Posted by N. Briseño on 28th May 2019
This is the best stick back I've found. I've used the Master's Dueling Case for many years and finally started hauling too much gear to make it feasible moving forward. After a bunch of deliberation I decided to give this bag a try. The layout is far superior and I'm able to handle all of my necessities plus plenty of extras for fellow students or newbies.
Worth The Money!
Posted by Nelson Nieves on 10th Aug 2018
I bought the Battle Ready Bag a couple of months ago and I am very pleased with my purchase. All my training gear including bottles of water, towels, and change of clothes fit perfectly. I like the way the compartments are set up for sticks, knives, tomahawks, and even my notebook and phone. Definitely worth the money. I'm really happy with the customer service and shipping from Kali Gear as well.
The Cadillac of Eskrima bags...
Posted by Nick Marv on 19th Apr 2018
I purchased the fighter bag and loved it. However, as the case often is with martial artists and instructors, the amount of gear you own grows pretty quickly. I found myself in need of a bigger bag...
Although a bit smaller (shorter) than I thought, this bag is spacious. I liken it to a Cadillac: spacious, roomy, and built like a tank. This bag seem rugged enough to take any abuse from travel and teaching. There are plenty of pockets to help organize and carry gear. The outside pockets proved helpful for holding my practice folders and notebooks. The MOLLE straps are a bonus, as I've already attached 2 small pouches to carry some Sharkee trainers. I pretty much have everything I need in this bag, plus room for a heap-load of stuff I don't need. Yes, it's a bit pricey, but worth it.
Amazing bag! Well worth the money!
Posted by I Kim on 17th Jul 2017
You heard the old saying, "buy once, cry once." Well that summarizes this bag perfectly. It's not inexpensive, but it is every bit worth every penny. I've owned this bag for almost two years and always carry it packed full of gear (probably more than I should) and it has held up perfectly. Absolutely no problems with stitching unraveling or zippers breaking!!! There is plenty of room for all the gear I carry: sticks (at least 6-8 pair), training swords (4), padded sticks, a plethora of knives, sarongs, 2 forearm guards (LAMECO style), notebook, tape, baby powder (for the mitts and gloves), focus mitts and bag gloves (fit perfectly inside, not in a pocket). If you're serious about training then you need this in your life.
A terrific gear bag
Posted by Unknown on 21st Dec 2016
Well made - no issues with stitching and zippers work great. It holds all the stuff you could want for training - sticks, swords, knives, you name it. The section in the middle can even be used to house bulkier items like a wide hand guard. You can add MOLLE pouches attachments and accessories if you like.
Highly recommended. Kali Gear shipped this quickly and there were no issues at all.
Great gear bag focused at Kali FMA
Posted by Jeff Sacdalan on 30th Jan 2016
This is a great gear bag!!! Definitely worth the money. The canvas material and heavy-duty zippers are very durable and the bag design has a lot of storage. Each stick slot can hold 5-6 arnis or escrima sticks, depending upon the diameter of the sticks. Training knife slots can hold 2-3 knives, depending on if the knives have holsters or sheaths. There is one slot that is shorter than the other two, which I imagine is for palm sticks, if I had to guess, may hold 4-6, again depending upon the diameter. The outside storage pockets are very spacious, with slots for notebooks, pens, etc. Along with the outside pockets, there is also a padded, adjustable shoulder strap for easy carrying. In addition, there are carabiner straps on the outside, I wished there was a separate small clothing bag, that could be purchased and attached to the carabiner straps, thus to avoid having to carry additional bags to class. Maybe Kaligear.com could model some ideas on how to use the carabiner straps. Overall, I highly recommend this bag, if you have more than several pieces of equipment.
Perfect gear bag.
Posted by Unknown on 5th Aug 2015
When they say there is space for everything they are not kidding. I only wish I had gotten it sooner. I keep a full uniform, two sarongs, two Ikat, 4 wooden Goloks, 6 sticks, 4 training karambits, 2 live karambits, and a Kujang in mine and still have ample space for more. It is definitely rugged and well made. If you want a bag that's worth your money, this one is it.
Perfect to take to Class
Posted by Scott on 18th Jun 2015
I practice Sayoc Kali and this bag holds all my gear and more. Very durable and looks good. Can even carry knives with Molle bands on bag.
Best bag I have seen!!
Posted by Unknown on 17th Sep 2014
Hand's down the finest bag I have ever owned. Durable, heavy-duty for carrying a heavy load of training gear!
Good quality, enclosed bag.
Posted by WyldKard on 28th May 2013
Bought this bag for carrying my sticks and practice blades to class on my motorcyle. There are less straps and fixture points for strapping the bag down to the back of my bike than I expected, but the process is still sufficient. The bag is slightly too long for comfortable carry on my back while riding, even when cinched tight - the rear strap sits too low on the bag to keep it upright enough to not hit the seat.
The bag appears to be of pretty durable construction, but the strap is a little more lightweight than I expected. For casual carry, it should work fine, however.
The exterior pockets are sizeable enough to hold a rolled-up pair of jeans, so the bag can easily hold a light change of clothes. The long internal pockets seem like they could hold sticks up to 31" in length and still have the flaps close, as my 29" sticks still have plenty of room.
The long internal pockets can hold four to six sticks nicely, depending on stick diameter.
My one complaint about the inside pockets is that my shorter training blade is too long to fit in the shorter pockets, and much too short to conveniently be drawn from one of the longer pockets.
The bag has a slight "petroleum" odor which I hope will wear off with age.
If there's one thing I wish the bag offered, it'd be a side pocket of sorts on the inside to stash longer articles of clothing behind a the stick pockets. That way I could stash a gi in the bag too, and it'd work as a more general martial arts bag instead of being kali-specific.
Overall, the best bag for toting around kali gear that I've found.
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