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Red Rock Rambler Reviews Summary and Buyer's Guide

Last updated July 4, 2019

based on 647 reviews

We have checked hundreds of reviews and found 18 reasons to buy the Rambler - and 2 reasons NOT to buy it.

Check all the pros and cons here.

81% of the reviewers give the Red Rock Rambler a good or excellent rating!

Excellent (65%)
Good (16%)
Average (7%)
Poor (3%)
Bad (6%)


Reviews Summary

Here's what the reviewers think about the Red Rock Rambler:

Reviewers like these things about the Red Rock Rambler

  • Many users find it comfortable and very easy to rotate around.
  • Some users find the material solid and the stitching good.
  • Other like how the smaller section above the bag allows users to carry emergency battery charger for phone and other small items.
  • Some users observed how the sling fits comfortable on their neck and across the body in the right places.
  • Even with packing it to its maximum compacity, some users said it feels light on the back and the shoulders and shifts the weight across the body rather than just on the shoulders.
  • Some users find the internal mesh pockets very handy for those items they want to secure but keep tucked out of sight.
  • A number of users find the stitching and canvass heavy duty.
  • Some users find the sling heavily padded for maximum protection and comfort.
  • Others like how the entire bag is covered in molle so they can add external pouches.
  • Some users like how the pack lets them prioritize by placing the most important items in the fastest access spots.
  • Others like the cross strap with clip feature which keep users secure against slipping or bouncing if they need to go fast or rugged.
  • Some users thought that all zippers and pouches are properly oriented for easy access and nothing falls out.
  • Some users thought they've got nice features such as D-clips, molle attachments, hydration bladder spot, mesh zipper pockets, etc.
  • A number of reviewers find it great for organizing compass, FAK, binoculars, supplies, snacks, lights, water bladder and external water bottle and clothing.
  • Others find it perfect for work, hunting,hiking,camping and other outdoor adventure.
  • Some users thought it has handles and zippers configured so they can swing it around to access compartments without removing the bag.
  • A number of users love the presence of a compression strap that runs down the front middle so they can cinch it down.
  • Some users find the main compartment big enough to pack in clothes,underwear, socks and other gear they may need for a trip.

Reviewers don't like these things

  • Some users said it has no concealed carry velcro option.
  • Others thought the chest strap adjustment tends to slip and become longer.


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The Red Rock Rambler ranks #8 compared with the other Red Rock bags.

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The Red Rock Rambler ranks #2462 compared with all the bags we have checked.

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Vs Other Bags

Crowdsourced comparison of the Red Rock Rambler vs the Red Rock Rover.

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Red Rock Rambler vs Red Rock Rover

Red Rock Rambler
Red Rock Rambler


Based on 647 reviews
Price: $

Red Rock Rover
Red Rock Rover

Based on 4,646 reviews

Weight: 1.5 oz
Price: $

  • The Rambler is rated somewhat worse than the Rover.
  • In total, we have checked and analyzed 5,293 reviews of the two bags.

Both bags are available in these colors:

The Red Rock Rambler and Rover models are small-to-mid-sized concealed-carry sling-packs designed for the rapid deployment of small firearms. The key difference between these two models appear to be the environments of their intended use – with the Rambler's inclusion of features more compatible with a wilderness setting, and the Rover's modernization-forward design for causal contexts.

As such, the Rambler includes a heavier overall design and greater storage space with the potential to hold a hydration bladder up to 2.5 additional liters. As a more discreet alternative to the Rambler, the Red Rock Rover is sleeker and denser in structure, with a specialized compartment that accommodates digital tablets and other electronic media.

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Last updated on July 04, 2019