Proceed to cart Product added to cart
Recommended also
Finnish M05 GP Pouch, Small

Finnish M05 GP Pouch, Small

Price 48.99 USD excluding VAT

A small (or rather medium) general purpose utility pouch for the Finnish M05 load carrying system. Covered in PALS loops for attaching extra stuff.

  • In stock 7 pcs. Sold 3 pcs in the last two weeks.
This product has used and returned variations. Used are washed and unbroken. Heavily used are also washed but might be missing buttons, have tears, main zipper can be broken etc.

Add to cart
Add to wish list
Trouble with the metric system? Try our converter:
cm = 0' 0" or 0" and
feet  inches = 0 cm

A small (or rather medium) general purpose utility pouch for the Finnish M05 load carrying system. Covered in PALS loops for attaching extra stuff.

Closure with a heavy zipper, and additional small compartment and a few loops inside to sort your stuff better. Measurements about 13 x 20 x 7 cm (5.1" x 8" x 3"), volume 1.9 liters (116 inch³), weight 170 grams (6 oz.).

Made of military-grade NIR-compliant 1000D Cordura with PU-coating on the inside. The quality is excellent overall, as should be expected.

Product video by Savotta

Made by Finn-Savotta Oy

Founded in 1955 Finn-Savotta, or just Savotta, is known for their simplistic and extremely rugged designs. For decades Savotta has been the go-to supplier of hiking gear for the Finnish civilian market and combat gear and tents for the defence forces.

Today Savotta operates two factories, one in Karstula, Finland, where they make all their tents and metal components and one in Estonia where they do about 50% of their sewing.


Loading products...


You have already submitted a review. You can edit your text by clicking on it.

Log in and write a review.

Remove filter
100 %
5 / 5
2 ratings
Suomi (1)
English (1)
I would recommend for a friend

Itselläni on näitä 2 kpl kiinni Savotan Jääkäri M repussa, tuo hyvin lisätilaa ja kestävät mitä vaan.
4 0 Report abuse
I would recommend for a friend

02.05.2019 (Edited 02.05.2019)
These are probably the most expensive pouches you can ever buy for a rucksack. There's a reason for that though. They're tough, really tough. They're well made, solid and give one the impression that they will never fail.

I chose these over the newer open coil zip ones, because the zips on these are covered. We get a lot of rain in Britain . . the last thing you want is water ingress onto your packet of sausages and oatcakes.

I added some paracord pulls to the zips, so as to make them easier to access in the cold and wet, and whilst they were initially quite rough feeling, a wee bit of rubbing a soft pencil over the 'teeth' (no, not my teeth . . the zip's teeth) and a quick zipping session had them moving well.

Inside, the small pocket halfway down is fixed to the side of the pouch; its for holding notebooks and stuff apparently, but is slim and side-hugging, so it really doesn't impede anything should you wish to shove your water bottle in here.

They hold just short of two litres of stuff - that doesn't sound like much and they look initially quite small, and yet some little experiments prove otherwise:

Proper Old School US GI Poncho - Folded in the correct manner, this fits in with room to spare for a pack of sausages or a pair of ski socks.

British Army Goretex Bivvy Bag - current issue - you might be surprised, but with a bit of cajoling it fits. When it is in its own stuff sack the zips are straining, but take it out of that and push down on the bivvy and the zips close - maybe not comfortably, but they do close.

British Army Osprey Water Bottle Pouch with water bottle inside - fits easily

In other words they'll hold a lot more than you think - just excellent.

My one criticism, is that the colour is just SLIGHTLY different from that of the Jaakari S rucksack - it's not a vast difference, but it is there - but then again maybe that's my sample.

This being said, the Olive used by Savotta is PROPER Olive, not that ghastly 'off' Forest Green that a lot of manufacturers claim to be Olive. As such, you blend into the general greenness of the great outdoors beautifully.

As I said though, they're really expensive - a pair will set you back as much as a decent daypack.

Are they worth it?

Yeah, I think they are - they look great on a Jaakari S, and expand its capabilities to nearly 30 litres, yet still weigh very little - all in all, a thoroughly excellent addition to the Jaakari system.
7 1 Report abuse


Comment this or discuss with other Varusteleka regular users. If you wish to ask us anything, please click on the message button on the right side of the page. You can also send us email or call us! Log in and join the conversation.

Please report this text if for example:

  • Text is wildly obscene or completely irrelevant.
  • The reviewer has not actually used the product he is reviewing.

If you strongly disagree with this text, please press thumb down button.

Thank you!