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    5.11 Tactical

    5.11 Tactical Flex Med Pouch

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    Stock# 48872
    Style# 56489

    Availability: In Stock


    Description

    On scene, having quick access to even your most basic gear is imperative. The Flex Med Pouch carries EMT essentials like bandages, shears, tourniquet, and wound dressing. This pouch is designed for total adaptability with the Flex-HT™ Mounting System featuring ½ stacked webbing on the back for mounting versatility and flexible ¾ waterproof TPU-coated straps for easy weaving to all platforms. This pouch is designed to give you a few less things to worry about. Pouch can also be attached to our plate carriers with a hidden hook and loop attachment.

    *Medical items not included.  


    Specifications

    • 500D nylon
    • 44 cubic inch / 0 7-liter total capacity / 7 0”H x 2 5”L x 2 5”D

    Features

    • Versatile med pouch w/ Flex-HT™ Mounting System
    • Pull tab for quick opening and dual zipper webbing for quick closure
    • 500D nylon right panel w/ external shear storage
    • Stretch woven left panel for compactness with elastic band for optional external tourniquet storage

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    5.11 Tactical Flex Med Pouch–review after 2 weeks' use

    I use the Flex Med Pouch as a belt-mounted trauma kit (I am a Level 2 OFA at a busy warehouse). I haven't had to use it in a medical emergency, thankfully, but what I can say is that it carries well & does not unnecessarily get in the way. The dual zippers move very smoothly & do not catch on the pouch lining. The Flex Med Pouch is narrower than the first aid/trauma kit pouches I've used previously but still has enough space to fit a 4" or 6" OLAES modular bandage roll (though it is too narrow for a 4" OLAES bandage in flatpack configuration), 2 pairs of nitrile gloves, and a decent-sized ABD pad. What I really like about this pouch is the built-in tourniquet & shears storage. I used to carry these 2 tools in a separate holster, but now I've reduced my "belt clutter" & keep my entire trauma kit in a single, relatively compact pouch.