The 1M Hauly is designed for the discreet, comfortable carry of up to US$ 1 Million in used bank notes.
It also works exceptionally well as an ultra light, ultra strong twenty-litre second bag on trips, where you need a little more space.
In many countries project expenses and payroll for the local crew need to be carried in cash. Whether you’re managing a team of thirty working for months at the edge of the grid, or on a solo trip to negotiate a significant cash transaction, the 1M Hauly is designed for discreet, safe carry of up to $1 Million USD in strapped, new or used $100 USD banknotes.
Designed to address the six main issues with carrying significant volume banknotes in field: risk of discovery; risk of damage (especially in high-humidity, monsoon environments); container robustness; carryability; glide; and in-field accounting.
We've used these in field, from dense urban environments to the Horn of Africa.
The 1M Hauly will comfortably fit US$1 Million (20.4lb) in used US $100 banknotes. A robust haul loop at each end is sized to fit a large gloved hand and can accommodate carabiners and other attachments if hands-free movement is required.
Overtly sealed pouches attract undue attention at checkpoints, border crossings and airport security. Each pouch is built from the same grade Dyneema that is used on the D3 Traveller duffel. Despite being two times stronger than Kevlar, or about half the weight, the material maintains an innocuous appearance. It takes about three trips for a pouch to reach a matte, crumpled state.
It also functions as a versatile, ultralight second bag for any trip.
Sourced globally. Hand build in the USA.
Pascal on assignment for Studio D, team on location in Afghanistan, Somalia/Somaliland, Saudi Arabia, Oman & UAE.