Today Luke is reviewing the Tasmanian Tiger Modular Four Pouch Set; how would you use them to organize your gear?
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Tasmanian Tiger Modular Pouch Set
Agenda Free Link : https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000SCC9MW
Price : Retail is $40 but currently $36 at the time of filming on Amazon
200 den Polyester with PU
150 den Polyester Mesh
Colors : Black, Olive and Coyote
4 Pouches, 3 different sizes :
2 -S: 6 x 4 x 2in – 15 x 11 x 6cm | 1.75oz – 50g
1 -M: 7 x 6 x 3in – 22 x 15 x 7cm | 2oz – 65g
1 -L : 12 x 9 x 6in – 30 x 22 x 15cm | 4oz – 125g
Flexible mesh pouches in three sizes, one for compression. With hook-and-loop fastening back (hooks) for modular use. The back is also covered for universal use. The set consists of four pouches.
Hook-and-loop straps on all pocket backsides (loops)
Blind hook-and-loop fastening available
Consists of 4 pouches in 3 sizes
Lids made of mesh, Size S with Vinyl
Large bag is cinchable –
Review Pros :
Top notch quality
Good zippers pulls
Good Value considering that higher end bags like this can easily run $50 to $70
Adaptable – can be used as standalone packs or attached via hook and loop internally as well as externally
Excellent for organizing your backpack and gear
Works great in vehicles as well.
Zippers are of a good quality and are smooth
Thanks to the fabric mesh you can see somewhat the contents
Fabric mesh has been more durable than I expected –
Review Cons :
As for cons, I don’t have any for this kit;
TT gear continues to impress me with their quality, designs and value; these kit bags are excellent; compared to the mesh kit bags, they are stronger, more durable, heavier.
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