This is the Front End Cap that mimics the front of the Front Bag. It is 13.5" x 10.5" x 1.5".
The Front End Cap is designed to hold your cell phone, wallet, Multi-Tool, cords, cables, etc. It is not designed to be used alone as the zippers are exposed and could be damaged. Works well with a Rear End Cap.
The Front End Cap is primarily for FLEX users that want the utility of the front bag, but do not need the storage of a Front Bag. The Front End Cap attaches to the CS2, CS5, and CS11 when there is not a need for Front Bag Storage. There are nine pockets on the outer surface of the front panel. You can plainly see three different pocket locations. Each of these three pockets pocket compartments actually contain three sub-pockets:  A main pocket area. This Main pocket area is designed to hold your mobile device, wallet and keys. A small secondary pocket tucked in the top of each pocket. This pocket is designed to hold a flashlight and fuel tester. And then a small flat pocket on the cover of each pocket. This is designed to hold your electronic E6B, camera, biz cards, iPod. These pockets are great for organizing all the little stuff in your personal and professional life.
If you want to carry the Front End Cap by itself, as noted earlier, we suggest you add a Rear End Cap. By doing this, you make what we call the Portfolio Bag. This bag minimizes the risk of zipper damage, and gives you a little bag perfect for carrying your iPad, some documents, cords, cables, etc. All Front End Caps come with a portfolio handle and two buckles, which attach to the bag. Its the perfect meeting bag.
NOTE: The FLEX modules WILL NOT WORK with (will not zip onto) any older BrightLine Bag. The zippers had to be of a different type to allow this modularity concept to work. The Front End Cap can attach to all of the front areas of the FLEX System modules except the Front Bag.
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