Kerberos was my final project during college. I wanted to challenge myself to work with an unfamiliar material (fabric) and to make a working prototype. I find it incredibly important for designers to understand how a design will be manufactured. This understanding helps make an excellent product. A conversation with Magpul’s business development leader inspired me to create a product that actually had a design problem.

Undercover field agents need to be well prepared and protected without looking like a field agent.

-Easy accessibility & safe carry of firearm / ammunition
-Internal Organization for items. (Keys, wallet, phone, water, etc.)
-Inconspicuous aesthetic

The KERBEROS bag is to be used by undercover agents to covertly transport a firearm while maintaining rapid access and subterfuge. The bag‘s appearance is intended to blend in urban environments without drawing attention to the purpose of the bag and to it’s user.

KERBEROS is constructed of 1000 Denier coated Mil-Spec Cordura Nylon, 1” Grosgrain Ribbon, 4” Tape Fastener Hook & Loop, 1” Solution Dyed Nylon Webbing with IR treatment, Fidlock Slider Buckles, Water Resistant YKK Zipper #8, and WeatherTek 2-Layer Waterproof Breathable Laminate Fabric


“Be extremely subtle, even to the point of formlessness. Be extremely mysterious, even to the point of soundlessness. Thereby you can be the director of the opponent’s fate”

~ Sun Tzu

Jeremy Kerbs
Master of Buttons

What I Do

Product Design, Graphic Design, UX/UI Design, Photography, and Nerdy Expertise
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