Originally designed for survival gear, this compact MOLLE bag is perfect for hiking, camping, tactical situations and much more. It fits coat pockets, day packs, backpacks, tactical packs, autos, and more. Its rugged design features MOLLE straps and pockets and pouches for everthing. It is built from the strongest materials and stitching.
The Excursion Compact Tactical Gear Organizer is perfect for organizing your gear.
OPTIMAL GEAR ORGANIZER The Excursion MOLLE Gear Organizer has 2 main storage compartments, each with tool pouches, pockets, zippered pockets and mesh pouches. Two sturdy tool pouches can contain multitools, water filters, flashlights, knives, hand tools, and more. Zippered pockets ensure gear stays put. Mesh pockets reveal gear for quick access. The exterior includes molle loops to attach to other molle containers, D-rings for a sling or a quick attachment point, and hook/loop for patches.
PREMIUM MATERIALS High quality, durable 1000D Nylon is used on the outer shell and 600D Polyester lines the inside. Tool pouches are made from 1000D Nylon while pockets and pouches are made from 600D Polyester or mesh to accommodate many types of gear, tools, and supplies. The organizer bag is sturdy yet light weight.
IDEAL SIZE The organizer bag was designed to optimize gear storage and organization while maintaining a light weight. It can fit nearly any coat or jacket pocket, day pack, backpack, purse, glove box, car storage compartment, go bag, or emergency kit. It is perfectly sized for first aid supplies. At 8 x 6 x 4.5 inches the bag will fit nearly any container or strap to the outside of compatible molle bags.
APPLICATIONS The Excursion MOLLE bag was originally designed for emergency and survival gear, tactical gear, and first aid kit supplies (IFAK). It can also be used for backpacking, school gear, electronic gear, purse contents, etc. The various types of pockets and pouches are perfect for a variety of gear, tools, and supplies.
EMERGENCY ESSENTIAL The organizer bag was designed for the essentials. One container can carry and organize all of the emergency essentials and survival gear for outdoor use, go bags, bug out bags, 72 hour kits, and other emergency kits. The organizer is perfect for storing backpacking gear and equipment.
Gear Organizer Many molle pouches are large cavernous bags with little to no organization. Gear co-mingles and bounces around, rubbing and wearing. The Excursion Compact Gear Organizer was designed to compartmentalize gear, tools and supplies for easy access and quick location.
Emergency Gear - Organize your go-bag, bug out bag, or 72 hour kits by stowing your gear, tools, and supplies in the Excursion Compact Gear Organizer molle organizer. Carry emergency essentials and survival gear in the quick-access organizer.
Backpacking - Most hiking backpacks have limited gear segretation. The gear organizer helps you quickly consolidate your items. Store camp kitchen items (small stoves and flatware), stakes, compasses, multitools and knives, first aid supplies, and much more.
EMT/First Aid - This bag is perfect for organizing and accessing first aid supplies (IFAK). It has numerous pouches, pockets, and containers for bandages, gauze, medications, tourniquets, compression gauze, scissors, and more.
Tactical Gear - Store flashlights, multitools, knives, guns, magazines, tools, traps, tape, navigation devices, etc.
EDC - Carry items you use every day and quickly find the items. Organize purse contents or stow the items you carry with you.
Car Kits - Keep a kit in your glove box or console with flashlights, flares, tools, first aid, cords and cables, etc.
Electronic Organizer - Organize cables, cords, backup batteries, chargers, mouse, USB devices, audio devices, SD cards, phones, hard drives, small tablets, and more.
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