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Field Day MOLLE Kit

F315AFD
$74.00
Field Day MOLLE Kit
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Field Day MOLLE Kit

F315AFD

$74.00

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Field Day MOLLE Kit

Field Day MOLLE Kit is the perfect companion that you can customize for whatever you want. Excellent for ECD items, medical supplies, food and hydration, CE cable and charger storage, whatever the expedition requires. Double MOLLE webbing fasting system and stainless steel snaps. Monkey Shackle tamper resistant locking system to keep your gear safe.

 

Features:

• Made in USA.

• Dimensions: 7 1/2” X 8” X 2 1/2” | 2.5 Liters.

• Two choices in fabrication:

The CORDURA®  Collection:1000D CORDURA®  DWR Water Repellant and Polyurethane Coating.

The Martexin® Original Wax Collection: Rugged Martexin® Original Waxed 18oz Duck.

The Martexin® Original Wax Collection: Martexin® Original Waxed 10.10oz Army Duck.

Lining: 400D Nylon Oxford, Leno Mesh.

• Military Spec Construction.

• MOLLE attachment system with YKK stainless steel snaps.

• Monkey Shackles.

• Mil-spec nylon webbing.

• Full length clam shell top entry.

• Lock-Stitch Bar Tacks at all stress points.

 

MOLLE

MOLLE is an acronym for Modular Lightweight Load-Carrying Equipment. It is used to define the current generation of load-bearing equipment and backpacks utilized by a number of NATO armed forces, especially the British Army and the United States Army. The system's modularity is derived from the use of PALS webbing as rows of heavy-duty nylon stitched onto the bag to allow for the attachment of various MOLLE-compatible pouches and accessories. This method of attachment has become a de factoem> standard for modular tactical gear, replacing the ALICE system used in the earliest modular vest systems (which is still in use with many police forces).
The MOLLE system was introduced in 1997. However, it did not see widespread issue until after the September 11, 2001, attacks and was used by U.S. troops serving in Afghanistan and, later, Iraq.