Specialty SACK Pouch

$64.95
Height 4.50
Width 7.00
Depth 2.50
Color None Selected

Specialty Color Sacks come with a Cordura color matched front pocket. 

Specialty Color Sacks come with a Cordura color matched front pocket. 

Specialty Color Sacks come with a Cordura color matched front pocket. 

 

 

The SACK pouch was designed to maximize load bearing capacity on the Warfighter. Easily accessible by either hand the SACK Pouches centerline mounted orientation means it excels in confined spaces such as vehicles. 

The SACK pouch features a half zip design, which means that your equipment will not easily fall out of the pouch even if the zipper is left unsecured. 

The front of the pouch features a small zippered stash pocket that is great for organizing small items. The bottom of the pouch features two elastic loops that can be adjusted to hold a tourniquet or other equipment that you may need to rapidly deploy. If bottom carry doesn't fit your mission needs, you can easily remove and reinstall the loops as necessary.

The inside features soft loop Velcro on both sides. This makes the pouch very dynamic, giving you the ability to use our Velcro Insert Suite to fit your requirements. It also features two slide-locks that make it easy to adjust the tension of the elastic loops hanging below, as well as two tie-down loops for securing sensitive equipment. The two grommet holes on the bottom aid with drainage of the pouch, if submersion occurs.  

Two retainer loops are sewn into the interior of the pouch for tethering sensitive items as well. 

The SACK is designed to attach onto the bottom of our Micro Fight Chest Rig, or any other plate carrier or rig that accommodates standard hook and loop, making it a versatile choice for those changing load-outs often. Simply pull this off one kit and add it to another.  

 

Some images shown with optional accessories, sold separately.

 

Velcro Attachment is "Hook" on the backside and "Loop" on the front side. It measures 7"x 4"

 


Cord-locks for this product may arrive "unset." If your slide-lock seems to be broken/has no spring action, it likely just needs to be set. Squeezing the lock firmly between your thumb and index finger should apply enough pressure to the top of the lock to "pop" it, activating the spring mechanism.

 

 

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5/5
Quite a sack
Written by Tyler on Apr 17th 2020

Holds enough skittles to even keep Dugan happy.