- Category: Bags Packs and Pouches
- Published on Wednesday, 28 December 2011 20:02
- Written by Administrator
Main: 7" x 5" x 3" with full zipper opening
Shoulder strap (Optional accessory) : Equipped with D-rings for shoulder strap
Modular webbing (sides): 2 rows, 1 channel
Modular webbing (front): 2 rows, 2 x 2.5" wide channels
Carry handle: Yes
the maxpedition FR1 has both a zipper pouch and sleeve, As well as elastic straps down both sides that can be used for a wide range of holders for tools as well as medic supplies. When the FR1 is opened it forms what’s called a clamshell design allowing you to access all the gear without having to dig. This way it’s all laid out for you and easy to see in an emergency.
On the inside of the pack you will also find a piece of paracord that acts like a training strap that you can adjust so the pack doesn’t flop open dumping your gear out when you unzip it. The FR1 also comes with some cool features on the outside like, MOLLE webbing, a full patch of Velcro so that you can easily attach name tapes, insignias for a medic kit or even allergy patches.
The Modular webbing on the back allows you to attach this pouch to any MOLLE or pals compatible webbing on a backpack or belt system. The FR1 is so useful even if you find out down the road you want something bigger for a medic pouch the FR1 can easily be turned into a tool pouch or even a standalone survival kit. The pouch has two D-rings one on each side that allow it to be carried like a shoulder bag but you will have to buy the strap separate but Maxpedition does sell them too!
I would recommend this pouch for anyone who is like me that wants something that is very useful but not tied into one kind of pouch, so down the road you can use it for anything!