Shellback Tactical Rip Away Medic Pouch
The Shellback Tactical Rip Away Medic Pouch is designed to quickly utilize the pouch in place or tear it away for easier access or transfer of supplies in critical situations. The pouch features a tri-fold design with multiple interior pockets and elastic loops. Perfect to hold all of your medical gear such as tourniquets, compression bandages and chest seals. Stay protected and order your Shellback Tactical Rip Away Medic Pouch today.
- Constructed of durable 500 denier nylon
- Compatible with all MOLLE systems
- Quick rip away deployment design
- Wide handle for carrying or rapid removal
- 1 inch front security strap to keep pouch in place
- Tri-fold design to easily locate supplies
- Duel u-shaped zipper with 550 cord pull tabs
- Elastic dividers hold medical supplies in place
- Elastic loops for bandages, tourniquets, and other equipment
- 2 snap locking webbing straps on back for attachment to PALS webbing
- Exterior loop panel to add ID patches or nametapes
- Reverse stitching and bar tacking sewing for enhanced durability
- Medical supplies not included
- Lifetime warranty
- Dimensions 8"T x 6"W x 3.5"D
- Weight - 12 oz
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Well made, sturdy construction and spacious. Small detail but love the fact that the velcro panel and strap are both in Multicam as opposed to other brands do that use coyote. Highly recommend!
Don't understand why a different color is a higher price.
This is the perfect med pouch for your plate carrier! Materials are high quality as with all Shellback tactical items. Everyone needs this so what are you waiting for? :)
Nice construction, I like how the pockets are laid out. I was able to put a ton of stuff into it for my IFAK and didn’t have to compromise on contents. My ONLY complaint is not made in USA. I would gladly pay more to have this exact pack but have it made in USA.
I am very happy with this pouch. Its roomy enough to fit my entire IFAK kit. The velcro holds secure, and the pull loop is large enough to grasp and free the pouch with either hand when mounted on my belt at 4-5 o'clock.