Camo shirts that hide spit up, baby carriers that look like Kevlar, diaper bags inspired by toolkits: Parenting gear has never been so manly. And Tactical Baby Gear’s Deuce 2.0 fits right in. While it looks like it’s designed to carry c-rations and extra cartridges, the bag’s designed not for a firefight, but for dads charging into the mall bathroom.
Tactical Baby Gear (TBG) is actually one of the early purveyors of baby gear that looks like it’s issued by the U.S. Army. And the Deuce 2.0 is a redesign of their wildly successful original diaper tote. It’s made of a rugged 600D water-repellent nylon, measures 10.25-inches by 15-inches, and rocks a wipe-down main pouch with removable divider for organizing. The exterior is equally as user-friendly, with three easy-access pockets (for wipes/diapers, butt cream, phones) and a full-length padded compartment for the iPad⏤because you never know when Blaze and the Monster Machines may need to be called in as reinforcements.
The Molly webbing on the back holds other TBG accessories like wipe and bottle pouches and pacificer carabiners. It’s also sold in a combo set with a foam-padded changing mat that features a novelty drop-zone target printed in the middle ⏤ so the baby never accidentally bombs the floor.
The 2.0 can be dressed up with any number of velcro patches, like the US Flag, a pair of buck antlers, of just the phrase “Daddy.” It comes in four colors: black, coyote brown, gray, and, for a limited time, a multi camo.