I looked far and wide for a pouch with see through internal pockets to hold meds and 5.11 hit the mark perfectly. It's just big enough to fit on the side of my Rats bag and hold all the basic meds I want, a carpuject, and a pocket pharmacopia. The two mesh sides keep everything organized and visible without everything dumping out or having to dig through the pouch. It has yet to tear or have zipper issues after a deployment and multiple training events and the bag gets tossed around. The drainage port is nice too.
Added this pouch onto the outside of my Rush 24. Fits on the bag well and looks good. Doesn't have a lot of individual storage spaces but if you set up your kit right you'll have no problem with this pouch.
So overall its a nice med pouch. Out side of this bag feels pretty smooth and very well built. Only 2 pockets inside, nothing to really separate or organize in this which isnt a big deal at all, the zippers are well made so I don't see anyone breaking them trying to open the bag fast when they need first aid, idk what the bottom nylon loops are for, you can see them in the video they have for it, there's 3 of them, I'm not sure if it's for like a pen, tweezers or just support for the stitching at the bottom, until you know I suggest to not put anything here unless you know for sure it won't harm it, only thing I have to complain about that is not a big deal whatsoever is when I got this pouch the cardboard display thing it was attached to said everything the video says except at the top corner it says it has drain holes. Now I've spent over 40 mins looking for these drain holes that don't exist that I could see but ether way it's a little misleading and had my hopes up that it had a way to drain water but it doesn't, so I'm assuming it's just a accident that it says that but it's not an issue this bag is still great, the price is right and i recomened it to anyone who's looking at a med pouch 5.11 has made great stuff and this is just another thing I love about this great American company keep up the good product
The pouch can hold a lot of medical gear, but you've little choice but to just throw it into one of the side zipper sections and let it tumble all around. Multiple internal compression straps would be useful to organize and keep internal components from shifting.
Nice med pouch. Great for an individual first aid kit. It can store the essential first aid gear I need & I can't find one problem with it.
Product is well constructed and durable.
One of the things I appreciate the most about it is the use of space. Too many similar pouches have flat internal zippered pockets that bulge up in the middle don't allow you to store much at the edges. The internal pockets in 5.11 Medic Pouch allow you to use the entire internal space.
The picture below shows where I keep one of these pouches for easy access in my 4x4 SUV. I also keep medic pouch in my 72hr & Response packs.
I just wish 5.11 would make a similar one in a 6x9" size, perhaps with some kind of dividers within the mesh pockets to organize supplies.
This will be loaded as a First Aid kit addition to my 5.11 Rush 24 backpack. Fits perfectly on the MOLLE straps. Highly recommend.
FIX for no red cross: razor blade cuts off 511 molded in logo, then cut your own " × " from red reflective tape or the tape of your choice.
I bought this to attach to my hiking/daily use bag which is a rush 24. Fits fine and holds a large amount of first aid supplies. Pouch is sturdy and holds firm to my pack.
2 things I would like to see on this bag (both are incredibly superficial):
1. I wish the med cross was red. Just cause it'd look cool.
2. An ID window would be great on the front of it for an ID plate with some medical info JIC. Or maybe Velcro.
I like the overall design. It just needs to be a little bigger and deeper.
Typically carry personal kit of 4x4's, kerlix rolls, tape, Vasoline impregnated gauze, ACE bandage, SAM splint.
The 6.6 is more suited for a blow out kit. Just a little bigger and it would be really nice!
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