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ModGear Map Case Advanced Tactical Black 7x6x2" Clear Map Pocket

Condor Outdoor Products, Inc.
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The front flap is covered by a 4x4.5" panel of loop material for ID badges, nametapes or morale patches. This flap opens downward to reveal two clear vinyl pockets for ID or small documents. The same flap opens upward to reveal three pen pockets and a large 5.5x 5.5x.75".

The main compartment features dual zipper clamshell opening with corded pulls and a large front and rear interior pocket.
The removable vinyl sleeve for map or documents is secured when folded with large 4x3.5" hook and loop to the interior of the main compartment.

The removable back straps make this pouch both MOLLE and ALICE system compatible, allowing you to attach it to virtually any military belt, vest, carrier or bag.

Requires 3 rows by 3 columns of PALS webbing.
Overall Measurements: 7x6x2". Available in the following colors:

OD GreenMolle-036
Army DigitalMolle-039
Total number of Reviews: 2

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4.0 5
"I didn't realize this case would be as huge as it is when I ordered it. I intended to put it on my vest, but it was too bulky so I put it on my B.O.B instead. It played out to my benefit because not only can I keep my maps in an easy to access side compartment, but I can also store my id's, compass and a number of other different things, that I don't want to have to dig down into a bag to get out. It is very spacious."
4.0 5
"It's a great little map case, wallet, and gizmo bag. It's a little tough to put full sized trail maps for backpacking though. I found myself during a second 4 day trip of mountainous hiking that I was stowing more of my little gear items (batteries, camera, keys, etc.) than actually using it as a map case. I found it easier to just toss the trail maps in a longer side pocket of my pack than folding in some magical twisted origami for orientation."