Just like its namesake in the wild, the Chameleon Carryall is ready to changes its colors for any environment. This unique storage solution can find a home in just about any adventure travel setup. While it might be perfect for camp kitchen one trip, it can easily be used for tech storage, first aid, or as the perfect junk drawer on the next. Easily store and transport your goods, then setup your Chameleon quick and easy and get back to your adventures. Chameleons are available with or without a REEF™ panel. The entire top loop section is hook compatible so you can attach your own hook backed accessories or grab some from STEP 22 such as the Visimesh Mini Pouch. The optional REEF™ panel is designed and purpose built to work perfectly in the top section and makes quick work of organizing your utensils and gear.
Using our unique diagonal zip configuration creates maximum use of the total volume.
VELCRO® hook compatible top section is ready to accept endless combinations of hook backed accessories.
3 zippered pockets are perfect for housing a variety of goods.
Multiple options for hanging means you can use your Chameleon no matter where your adventure takes you.
Endless uses include camp kitchen, tech, junk drawer, first aid, and just about anything else you can think of.
DIY modular top panel
8 MOLLE style web slots (4 per side)
3 zippered pockets (S/M/L)
Available compatible REEF™ panel
MOLLE compatible backside
Includes 2 adjustable straps for hanging, as well as 2 MOLLE HooKit D-Rings. Quick and easy setup means more time for adventure.
Utensils and accessories shown are for illustrative purposes only and are not included.
REEF™ CHAMELEON PANEL
With infinite configurations, REEF™ allows your setup to evolve with your needs and adventures.
This modular hybrid attachment system features a combination of VELCRO® Brand ONE-WRAP® and Cordura nylon SQUADRON™.
The spectacled bear also known as Andean bears—are named for the markings around their eyes that give them the appearance of wearing glasses. This rare, charismatic bear is highly endangered, primarily due to habitat fragmentation that has caused bears to lose access to critical feeding areas.
We invite you to visit our conservation page and Spectacled Bear Conservation to learn more about how your support of STEP 22 also helps the spectacled bears in Peru.