By: O'C Well constructed, perfect size for a full IFAK in a very low profile, unobtrusive abdomen pouch. Large zipper pull tabs, for easy access. I carry a Needle D, NPA, SOF-T TQ, 2x Combat Gauze, 2x compres
Solid and practical
By: Steve Tomas Extremely well built. This bag is solid all around. It is also the perfect size for a plate carrier and armor (probably not much more though). The dual zipper at the top enables me to leave my rig on
Small utility pouch
Perfectly holds a DAGR
By: Gary Libano I received my Anorak this weekend I was immediately impressed with the quality. I have been looking for a like product and I must admit wasted money on products by other suppliers that never lived up
Robust & Simple
By: Jeff This is one of the first radio cases that actually fit my XTS5000 properly. It keeps the radio secure while still allowing access to controls, and doesn't sag forward like other brands.
Configurable for everything
By: Jeff The interior space/compartment access makes this pack perfect for easy packing/ transport of bulky items such as Armor/Chem gear/etc in a lower visibility shape. The pull out MOLLE panel allows for bu
Perfect for any set up
High quality product, good Velcro and molle. Was a little hard getting 3 mags to fit when it was brand new but after the first day of use it was fine. Would absolutely recommend for anyone looking to
Great product and service
By: Dave I purchased the SCS front and back panels to keep my plate/soft armor carrier clean, while providing more molle real estate than the First Spear chest rig I've had for some time. The panels are e
Survey notebook? Fits a Rhodia pad....
By: Bill Peterson I suspect most US customers, like me, don't have access to the AUS survey notebook these were made for but I bought one anyway. I found that Rhodia's Dotpad No 16, 6x8.5" fits perfectly.
Awesome pocket notebook cover
By: Bill Peterson I have several of these in Multicam and one closely related ID holder/security notebook cover in ATACS-AU from SORD AUS. The newer flexible-cover version of the GSA pocket green notebook (I remember