Mission Workshop Reinvents The Waist Pack With New Axis VX

The Axis: VX improves upon Mission Workshop’s weatherproof waist pack with a new main body constructed from Dimension Polyant VX-21 fabric and an upgraded one-handed magnetic buckle.

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Introduced in 2018, the Axis has proven to be a popular platform for cyclist and travelers. The Axis VX carries over the compact size and ultra-thin wait belt, along with the Arkiv-compatible construction, allowing the Axis to be attached to larger packs with the waist belt stowed for travel.

Equally at home on the dirt or in the streets, the minimal silhouette is free from adornments to snag on clothing or trailside obstacles, while the 2.5L volume is optimal for carrying everyday essentials. The Axis VX stands out amongst waist packs with Arkiv compatibility allowing it to piggyback on larger Mission Workshop packs with Arkiv Rails, making it an ideal travel companion for adventures on two wheels or afoot.

The upgrade to rugged, weatherproof VX-21 fabric removes weight from the pack while simultaneously adding durability. Additionally, the Axis VX features a Fidlock magnetic buckle, which allows for easy one-handed removal.

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Specs:

  • Dimension Polyant VX-21 Main Body Fabric
  • Fidlock magnetic buckle
  • Laser cut Arkiv compatible back panel with adjustable hideaway waist strap
  • Coated YKK zipper with kissing flap construction for added weather resistance
  • Floating internal lining for weather resistance.
  • Hidden U-lock carry loop
  • Internal zippered organization pocket for keys, phone, and wallet
  • Dimensions: 5”x10.25”x3.4”
  • Internal volume: 2.5L
  • MSRP $140
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