Any small pack can serve as a handy EDC bag (even a donut carrying case). Not all of them use up their erstwhile small footprints as efficiently as the Triple Aught Design OP1, a compact and versatile organizer pouch.
Like most EDC packs, it’s small enough that you can carry it by hand, so you can leave the house with the nothing but this thing and have access to a good amount of useful tools. Except, it comes with versatile hook tabs that allow it to be mounted on straps, belts, MOLLE, and PALS webbings, so you can wear it as part of your outfit or slap it on a backpack for more convenient handling.
When closed, the Triple Aught Design OP1 measures 7.25 x 6.75 inches (width x height), making it just an inch or so bigger than CD cases. It has a zippered clamshell opening that reveals all your gear when fully laid out, making it easy to both organize everything at home and find whatever you need in the field. Inside, it comes with a zippered pouch, an open pouch, six large loops and over a dozen smaller loops for accommodating different sizes of gear, all while sporting a large external pouch with Velcro closures.
Features include 500D Invista Cordura construction that’s nearly impossible to rip, 400D pack cloth lining, and YKK zippers. It comes in six colorways.
Pricing for the Triple Aught Design OP1 starts at $59.