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ModGear Black Organizer Zippered Pouch 8x6x1.5" Rugged Denier Nylon on Back

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Nylon mesh pouch has a double zippered closure and four metal buckles for attaching to your gear, it does not have MOLLE webbing, it is designed to keep your gear organized within your MOLLE pack. Very simple design measures 8x6x1.5", and has thousands of potential uses. Available in four colors:
Coyote TanMolle-194
OD GreenMolle-191
Total number of Reviews: 2

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3.0 5
"I ordered this because it was exactly the size I wanted to attach to my Tactical Tailor laptop bag - fairly flat, but big enough to hold power cords and such. The mesh was a nice touch allowing me to somewhat see the contents.The bag is built well. My complaint is that as it comes, its not really a MOLLE-compatible attachment. It has short buckles on the back held together with webbing. Condor Outdoors web site shows a picture of the arrangement, and while you could jam one of these buckles on PALS webbing, it does not give confidence in its security. Furthermore, you'd need 4 or 5 rows of pals webbing in order to secure both the top and bottom, because of the way the buckles are attached the to bag - they stretch beyond the dimensions of the bag itself. I ended up using the bag to hold miscellaneous stuff that doesn't need to be attached to anything molle."
3.0 5
"I agree that it is not really Molle, instead it has some goofy buckles on the back. I don't really know how you would attach it to a belt or other equiptment so don't buy it if that is what you need it for. I think it would make a great little pouch for shaving gear or that type of thing to carry in your luggage. Because it is useful for that I give it 3 stars but once again I sure don't know how it is supposed to fit on Molle gear or a belt (instructions would be nice.)"