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D&G Soldier Talk China (G.I) Sling Bag #267

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Background

Back in my army days, I felt I needed a small sling/messenger bag to store stuff when I walked around in admin attire. I noticed some people were carrying the D&G Soldier Talk China (G.I) Sling Bag #267 which is what I wanted. As such, I bought it from the camp's gift shop.

The Stuff

The D&G Soldier Talk China (G.I) Sling Bag #267 that I have comes in olive green which matches the army's color. It has a main compartment that opens via a flap with 2 buckles, a zipped back pocket, and a small side pocket with a velcro flap. According to the D&G Soldier Talk website, it measures 26.5cm (L) by 27cm (H) by 11cm (W).

Here are some pictures that I have taken to show what the stuff looks like:

The D&G Soldier Talk China (G.I) Sling Bag #267
The D&G Soldier Talk China (G.I) Sling Bag #267

Back view of the sling bag
Back view of the sling bag

Side pocket of the sling bag
Side pocket of the sling bag

The main compartment of the sling bag
The main compartment of the sling bag

Usage and Experience

I have been using the D&G Soldier Talk China (G.I) Sling Bag #267 for years, many many years even after my army days. I use it when I am going out without the need to carry lots of stuff around. I like that it is sizable enough to carry essential stuff like my Xiaomi Mijia Automatic Umbrella, in the event it rains.

The sling bag is able to put A4-size papers, but the flap is smaller than the compartment. As such this is not a fully covered bag that needs to be taken note of.

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Final Thoughts

Overall, the D & G Soldier Talk China (G.I) Sling Bag #267 is a cheap option for carrying essential items around when going out. If you are interested in this stuff, you can click the link below:


Alternatively, you can click on some of the alternatives that I have found on Shopee and Amazon: