Tasmanian Tiger Tac Pouch 1 TREMA
Small IFAC pouch with a lot of internal organizers. Perfect for as a general purpose pouch for a small toolkit as well!
When you have to find a certain small item in a hurry, digging through a big stash of "everything" sucks. Be smart, keep important things organized and save the chaos for everything else.
The lid of the pouch has a mesh pocket on the inside, faced by elastic cord weaved through nylon webbing and a D-ring. Two-way YKK zipper closure and a drain hole in the bottom.
Attaches to any MOLLE/PALS webbing or a wide belt. The front has two rows of MOLLE/PALS webbing and a strip of velcro base for a name tag or morale patch.
Material and specs
- Ext: 16 x 12 x 4 cm
- Weight: 145 g
- Fabric: Cordura 700 den
Made by Tasmanian Tiger
Tasmanian Tiger is the sister company of the German outdoors gear manufacturer Tatonka. Tasmanian Tiger has a reputation of making solid quality, mid-tier gear. Tasmanian Tiger gear is best suited for advanced users such as sport shooters or LE officers. In some cases Tasmanian Tiger gear can be recommended for military use.
Manufactured in Vietnam.
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Eetu T. 27.09.2017 (Edited 23.05.2019)
Antti H. 06.12.2017
Peter D. 31.12.2018
Philip R. 14.05.2019
Although it's a medical pouch, it'll take lots of other things too, for a reasonable price that doesn't hurt too much.
You'll be surprised by the quality - I'd put it up there against any of the current issue British pouches - maybe not quite the same grade of fabric, but if you end up destroying one of these, you're obviously doing something wrong!