Forager Hip Mini
SKU: Forager Hip Mini
A fun, stylish, and great way to keep all your essentials within reach.
Offered in an array of colors, the new FORAGER HIP MINI lets you express yourself and your carry style.
Able to be worn on hip, lumbar or shoulder and providing comfortable carry while making sure you have what you need close at hand. Both internal and external pockets keep everything in place and protected.
- Swivel strap accommodates hip or over-the-shoulder carry
- One internal zippered pocket
- One hidden stretch pocket on the body side with snap closure
- 330d Robic ATY fabric
- 210d Robic Dynagin fabric
- YKK® zippers
|Forager Hip Mini-Atlantic||888564205518|
|Forager Hip Mini-Aura||888564205525|
|Forager Hip Mini-Black||888564194560|
|Forager Hip Mini-Desert Fox||888564194577|
|Forager Hip Mini-Jade||888564202241|
|Forager Hip Mini-Lemon||888564199831|
|Forager Hip Mini-Peat||888564202258|
|Forager Hip Mini-Pebble||888564205532|
|Forager Hip Mini-Shadow Moon||888564194614|
|Forager Hip Mini-Steel||888564194621|
|Forager Hip Mini-Sunset||888564202265|
Rated 5 out of 5 by Dramsey1991 from One of my favorite bags EVER!I’m always searching for great bags for my different hobbies/needs. While there’s no perfect bag, this one comes close. My iPhone 12 mini fits well in the rear snap section, the zippered mesh section inside helps keep some items under control, and it’s a small enough bag that the main pocket works well for dumping in the items you need when traveling light without it just being complete chaos in there. I can fit in everything I need for a day out in this bag with the exception of my water bottle. Fantastic execution. There’s others at this price point, but this is my favorite.
Date published: 2022-03-10
Rated 4 out of 5 by Mike from A little tightBought this pack for wildland firefighting. It works well for shifting those pocket items to the waist. It fits and blends in well over the fire pack’s waist buckle. It’s a little tight but fits a notepad, 2 pens, small flashlight, phone, leatherman multitool, some granola bars and a can of dip. It’s really nice to clear the pockets out to for when I’m hiking around for the day, and keeps sweat and from destroying my phone and notepads. If I could change one thing about it, it’d be to add another two inches of width and lower profile buckles. Other than the brief struggle to jam my notepad in, it’s great.
Date published: 2023-07-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by Fajita Theif from Perfect for non essentialsRad snap pocket in the back non-related to the main compartment.Inner zipper pouch inside the main for those "changly" items or secure phone spot. Wouldn't keep my fruit stripe zebra gum anywhere else
Date published: 2021-08-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by relichuntr from Forager MiniBought this last minute to use at a music festival. It's small enough to be allowed in but large enough to hold a point and shoot camera, extra batteries, small rain poncho and various other small items like chapstick etc. It got tossed around a bit, sat on a few times and held up well. Very happy with it.
Date published: 2021-09-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous from Great versatilityI bought this a month ago and I’ve already successfully used it hiking as a possibles pouch, running to hold the cellphone and wallet, and I think my favorite is using it as a sling/chest pack for holding my fly fishing box, tippets, pliers, and other attachments
Date published: 2022-03-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by Bhall from Solid!Waist belt is big and appropriate for the weight and size of the pack. Side buckles are a must. I am surprised all other brands haven’t adopted the MR specs. I will get another!
Date published: 2021-12-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by MoVt from Perfection!I love how easy this bag is to wear as a shoulder bag or a butt pack. Perfect size for phone, keys, $ etc. Very cute, very comfortable, just as expected.
Date published: 2022-05-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by pelli from Perfect mini pack!HJAve had it for a month or two and use it every day. Bomber like everything mystery ranch makes. Holds more than you would think!
Date published: 2021-10-22