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dual strap slim daypack

The dual-strap version of our best-selling Plan-B™ sling-pack, this model adds a backpack harness by popular demand. This unique pro-quality day-pack still has all of the same legendary features but now it distributes heavy loads more evenly to both shoulders.

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_ derived from our best-selling Plan-B™ sling pack, this
   model adds a backpack harness by popular demand
_ it has the same legendary storability (in lockers,
   vehicles, etc.) but distributes heavy loads to both shoulders
_ 3-d thermo-moulded back-panel for support w/ flex
_ thermoformed, semi-hard case/cap in front
_ molle cutouts on the larger front velcro-patch field
_ padded, movable internal divider like those in photo bags
_ small top-zipper to pass long objects like antennas/barrels
_ side elastic-topped-pockets for water bottles, knives, etc.
_ compression-straps also cross to secure large objects
_ relatively large volume will hold bulky items with ease
_ generously padded back with air circulation pad array
_ 3-d air-mesh under straps for ventilation & comfort
_ wind-flap zippers on all pockets to keep out the elements
_ large grab-handles for carrying and pulling to front/back
_ full hydration bladder compatible (up to 67 oz./2 L),
   can fit 3 L hydration bladder up to 2.5 L capacity
_ trap-door pass for hydration hose w/ large bite-valve cover
_ internal mesh zip/elastic pockets for organizing items
_ top/bottom compression-straps, also secure tubular items
_ compression straps can cross on sides & over top

What's Included:
_ 1x Padded divider
_ 1x Sternum strap
_ 1x Velcro cover for drainage holes

Additional Info

Additional Info

External Size ~20.1" L x 7.9" W x 6.9" D (51 x 20 x 17.5 cm)
Main Compartment ~19.9" L x 7.5" W x 5.1" D (50.5 x 19 x 13 cm); Front pod: ~6.7" L x 3.1" W x 2.4" D (17 x 14 x 6 cm); Front pouch: ~11.8" L x 6.7" W x 1.8" D (30 x 17 x 4.5 cm)
Laptop Compartment None.
Total Gear Capacity ~18 L (1,095.7 cubic inches)
Product Weight ~2.2 lbs.
Care Instructions See product tag
Main Material Invista® 1000D Cordura® (500D Camo models); PU x2 water repellent coated for superior water resistance.
Overall size N/A
Design Long Beach, California - In-House Team.
Manufacturing Imported


Customer Reviews (14)

Great bag for any use thatrequires minimal bulk.Review by william
I have the Plan B sling bags in blac and Coyote and now the Plan C. There are times when i want the two straps, especially if I am carrying "heavy" ie. a broken down AR pistol etc. it balances better for me. I need the added stability fo the second strap. I have found that you need to let this b=pack sit a bit lower than others so the straps do not cut into your neck. Several people mentioned that happening. if you adjust it properly and give it an inch or two more strap in the hangs a bit lower and will not irritate or cut into you. Overall, it is a great pack. i love the narrow size of this pack and also the Plan B. it is easy to get around with and does not bang onto everything. I would buy it again. (Posted on 8/29/2018)
Badass backpack!!!!!Review by El jefe
Great backpack all around,
Well constructed
Super sturdy material
Look awesome

Keep doing badass stuff H4!!!
(Posted on 7/20/2018)
weak shoulder padding Review by Baloo de la mancha
overall GREAT BAG!!!! BUT, ...

The shoulder padding is pretty thin and with all the pouches you can add, you potentially end up with a kinda heavy bag, and those shoulder paddings are just not enough padded.

My 1st buy @ H4 was a rocket and that kind of padding on both shoulders would have made the bag AMAZING!!!!


1: improving shoulder padding
2. add quick release clip on both straps like regular tactical back packs
3. mayB adding a thin plastic board in the back pocket as an option when you don't use an hydratation pack (using the loop made to hang that hydratation bag...)
4. padding the inside of thee padding up front pocket (it can not just stay play the way it is, you need to add something, at least an additional layer of material: sometimes, the contrast of the hard shell with the corder, makes it hard to close the ykk zip
5. add a molle panel inside the bag for organisation, and moles on the side too ( still inside the bag, I mean)
6. having the option go adding a belt would be nice (I already made up a system using airplane belts)
7. since this is not a sling bag anymore, why not make it slightly longer???
8. it would really be nice to be able to fit it "normally" a 15' laptop
9. it is nice to be able to ad pads on the side of the bag (inside) using velcro, BUT, how about doing the same "all" the bag, I mean, padding the flipping part that covers the inside the bag when you close it.
10. add mesh pocket in the organiser pocket, and the up front pocket, and also inside the flapping part that covers the inside the bag, etc..., 1 is nice, 2 is better (Posted on 3/29/2018)
Time for Plan DReview by Copern
I bought this pack for the looks, build quality and slim profile and in those areas it did not disappoint. This pack needs a lot of work though.

Its hard to access the bottom parts of the narrow profile bag, especially when the included partition is used. A side access zipper like the photo recon would be GREAT.

The strap is quite uncomfortable as it is sewn too close together that it pinches the neck area hard, even when little load carried. The load lifters pointing towards the middle did not help with comfort at all. I solved this problem by cutting the load lifters and hand-sowed it pointing away from the center, this made the straps much more ergonomic and quite comfortable.

Although I bought it for the slim profile, I can't help but feel with 3/4inch more width I could have fit many large tablets or 13'' ultrabooks in the back compartment. (Posted on 7/29/2017)
A Cool looking slimmer backpack for to and from work & whatever elseReview by Mike
I recently purchased my Plan C a few weeks ago, after taking a good look at the Rocket 17. Although it does lack the larger side pockets, I will be purchasing a flip bottle holder and a broadside pouch for extra storage. I like the clean look of the system to tuck away extra strapping, as well as the look of the laser cut molle (should have used some on the sides). I find the lower strap convenient for neatly carrying my work jacket in order to save space. The Plan C does have its limitations when it comes storing items such as a clip board, laptop or portfolio, but it stretches out, and depends on how you load it up. Overall, its a great backpack and my coworkers have noticed it's unique look. Good for use in the city and on duty.

My recommendations for improvements:

1) The bottom strap could use some sort of strong hardware or handle at the end, similar to the Tanto bag and other items, so there's something to pull on to, to tighten up the strap and prevent the end of the strap from coming apart.

2) A more improved shoulder strap system with a slightly more rigid mesh like on the 5.11 backs would be helpful for better load bearing comfort and wear over time; as well as an improvement on the lower portion of the shoulder straps, in order to allow for a more wider butterflied feel.

(Posted on 7/15/2017)
Great one day or bug out bagReview by Brian
Good quality, small in size for minimum daily edc and very comfortable to carry. This is my 3rd H4 product and probably not my last. (Posted on 7/1/2017)
I really wanted to like this bag but...Review by Chris
I had been waiting to get a Plan C and really wanted to like the bag but I ended up returning the bag.

My story - I purchased a black Plan C through Amazon for a better price than offered on the H4 site. I enjoyed the usual H4 quality and workmanship. No problem there. Where I start seeing challenges is with the lack of organization in the main compartment and the admin pocket. While the long, vertical shape of the bag has good utility, the lack of pockets, pouches, or built in organization made it hard to load the compartment effectively. The admin pocket was not close to mission ready when compared to other bags I own (one of which being the H4 Clerk - which is great for specific needs). Overall, there was little to no usable admin storage structure in the Plan C.

Also, I would have liked to have the option to get a Plan C bag with or without the hard shells (canvass pouches could worked fine for me).

I ended up returning the Plan C, paying a ridiculous H4 restocking fee, and buying a 5.11 Rush 12 bag.

Please consider the proposed updates above and I would consider buying one of the update models.

I like H4 gear. Bring me back. Thank you.

(Posted on 6/16/2017)
Very nice backpack!!Review by Antonio
I purchase the Plan-C for my vacations in Florida and Mexico. It's size is perfect for a day of activities.. you can carry your camera + accessries, food, drink, even a light sweater. The hard cover to store items you want to protect, such as sunglasses is awesome. Quality is great.

The ONLY thing I missed: compartments. Its size is perfect, but you have only 2 net-based compartments inside and a big inside space. You can use separators, but they are not the same as having compartments. I think it would be better to have a big pocket inside that the user could use to split the inner space in two, or just flatten the pocket and use it as just one big space. (Posted on 6/6/2017)
Great bag for sureReview by Mike
I am a collector of tactical bags and back packs....had a huge variety from most of the top manufacturers.....gotta tell you that this plan c may very well be the best of the best....perfect size for daily carry, added some hazard 4 pouches to the molle, holds everything I need for edc. Love this one for sure. (Posted on 2/15/2017)
Perfection in a day pack!Review by Whisky Bound
It took a while for me to do a review as I have only had it a couple of months. I wanted to wait until I got some trail time with it. This bag is perfect for a day hike. I had the plan b sling version too and its a great pack but when its loaded down it became a little heavy for a sling style and yes you don't have to load it down but when the space is available it hard not to fill it. The Plan C pack came out and all my prayers were answered. One of the best packs out there. Extremely versatile in all the ways you can utilize it and you can load it down add small pouches, bed roll, and water bottle holders all in a comfortable tight package. Best bag in its class by far. Then there is the price. Affordable quality that will last for a long time. The Plan C is a great day hiker, truck bag, EDC bag, even a minimalist overnighter or just a cool diaper bag for us Tactical Mom and Dads. Great job on making the Plan B into the Plan C. (Posted on 2/13/2017)
Great PackReview by Maurice
The bag has great quality stitching and fabric and is very sturdy. Love the bag would recommend to a friend. (Posted on 1/3/2017)
Very good and even better with a future updateReview by stef
top bag for everyday work, Very good and even better with a future update (4 rows of Molle and larger strap pad, but the quality is top, tough bag and let's be honest that bag is gorgeous to look at, everyone ask me : what is the brand of your bag where do you buy it ? (Posted on 12/30/2016)
Fantastic backpackReview by wolf3d
This backpack is really a good design and compatible. (Posted on 12/21/2016)
Realize it's limitations. Review by SLi-Fox
My purpose for this pack is for use as a vehicle bail out bag.

With that said, I've set up a MOLLE Hydration Pouches on each side of the bag. The pouches need 4 rows of MOLLE, but I was able to make it work with the pack's 3 rows. 4 rows would be preferred. The length of the pack was just enough for the hydration pouches. In each of the hydration pouches, I'm able to store an AR-15 upper with an 11.5" barrel in one and a lower receiver with Sig brace in the other. That leaves the interior main compartment free for other items. The pack is able to hold the weight of the receivers very well.

I like the size of the pack. It forces me to keep the extra stuff out and really stick to the basics. Even with the hydration pouches added, it's very vehicle friendly and low profile.

With the pack loaded up and on my back, there are a couple of issues. The straps dig into the side of my body. I realize it's due to the geometry of the pack itself. It seems as though it needs some sort of wings to hug your lower body and sides. An attached waist belt would improve comfort for my use of it as well.

I realize it has limitations and my purpose for the pack may not be compatible with the pack itself. However, the pack is quality and I like it. (Posted on 11/13/2016)

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Do you think one of the improvements will be a waist strap? It has so much webbing, they should add a waist strap to handle extra pouches/weight.
Good Morning

As of right now no, this pack was designed to answer the request of customers that wanted a narrow pack but with a even shoulder weight distribution, since its narrow, the waist strap would increase the weight and the principle of this pack o be a fast responsive pack.

Thank you for contacting Hazard 4.
Customer Support answered on July 11, 2016
Will a Ruger 10/22 Takedown fit inside the main internal compartment?
Similar to the Plan-B, the Plan-C is more for short-barrel rifles. The Ruger 10/22 Takedown will fit if it's broken down. For reference, the internal dimensions of the Plan-C main compartment are approximately ~19.9" L x 7.5" W x 5.1" D (50.5 x 19 x 13 cm).
Customer Support answered on December 26, 2016
Will the Plan C have the ability to convert to a sling bag?
Hello. We did consider having this as an option during the design process, however having a convertible strapping system compromise ergonomics and comfort, so we decided to have a true double strap Plan-C instead. You can always get the Plan B™ for a true sling pack. Hope this info is helpful.
Customer Support answered on May 9, 2016
How do I clean it? Can I wash it under running water?
Care instructions for our bags are hand wash in cold water and no harsh solvents/chemicals. If you need to spot clean, we’ve had some customers say that they’ve had success using a toothbrush with regular toothpaste and carefully cleaning the affected spot that way.
Customer Support answered on May 8, 2017
Hi there. Is there a water bladder compartment?
Yes, the back compartment can be used to hang a hydration bladder.
Customer Support answered on July 17, 2017
Is this pack hydration bladder compatible?

Yes, it is. As long as you place the hydration bladder in the back compartment you should be fine. The max would be a 2.5L bladder. There is also a trap-door pass for hydration hose w/ large bite-valve cover.

Hope this helps!
Customer Support answered on June 19, 2017
how about citing inside a 15" macbook pro??? possible or not? I own a ROCKET and it fits (but it does not leave lots of room are space after that...
Plan-C is actually wider than Rocket. So if it worked for you in the Rocket, it should work in the Plan-C. However, we imagine you must be putting the laptop in diagonally because the bag width is narrow than MBP 15.
Customer Support answered on July 14, 2017
does it have a separate compartment for the hydration bladder like the plan b bag?
yes, the Plan-C has a back pocket that you can hang your hydration bladder like the Plan-B.
Customer Support answered on July 14, 2017
Hi. I've seen a picture of a Plan C with comfortable yoke style shoulder straps. Do you have two versions of harness and how to get a newer one?
Perhaps you saw a demo video from one of our trade shows somewhere. We did have a prototype using yolk-style shoulder straps, but they were actually not very comfortable and not ergonomic, so the final version was what you now see on our website.
Customer Support answered on November 20, 2017

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