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ModGear Utility Pouch OD Green 8.5x4.5x3.5" Dual Zippers

 
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MOLLE436
022886008017
MOLLE-436
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  • DESCRIPTION
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The perfect sized utility pouch, this MOLLE compatible pouch can be securely attached to any compatible vest, belt, carrier or bag. The dual zipper with corded pulls allows for easy access. The bag features 2 rows by 4 columns of PALS webbing allowing you to place additional MOLLE compatible pouches, panels or other accessories on the front. Requires 2 rows by 6 columns of PALS webbing and has a drainage grommet. 1000 Denier.
Measure 8.5" x 4.5" x 3.5".

Available in:
BlackMolle-300
OD GreenMolle-436
Coyote TanMolle-301
Army DigitalMolle-701
MultiCamMolle-860
 
Total number of Reviews: 13

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4.0 5
"This is the pouch I use to keep my varmint calls. Yes, I do wear them around my neck when I am hunting but I hate walking around with a noose around my neck so I tuck the calls in this pouch. Pretty handy and I think it protects the calls too."
4.0 5
"This is a sturdy, tough pouch that can be used to carry just about anything. I slapped it onto the back of my MOLLE assault pack to be used as a first aid bag. However, this pouch, at least the one I received, is not as pictured above, lacking the MOLLE webbing on the front side. I emailed CheaperThanDirt about this and without response they immediately sent me another one, again, without MOLLE webbing. But I'm not complaining; it does the job and at a great price."
5.0 5
"I use this bag in conjunction with a pistol belt and molle leg platform everytime i go out hiking, or camping, hold everything i need or want to bring, zipper is smooth and tough, 5 stars deserved!"
5.0 5
"My bag came today, was a little worried reading another review as I wanted this to go on the back of my MOLLE medical bag (MOLLE-114) to give more room for my first aid stuff.Bag is from Condor, and mine had webbing and straps, attached no problem.Only thing to keep in mind is that this pouch, unlike the medical bag, doesn't have the water-repellent lining inside. I figured that would be the case, so I was planning on using it for assorted gear that won't be harmed by getting wet anyhow."
1.0 5
"I bought 2 of these to serve as sustainment pouches to strap on to the sides of my pack. I intended to have 1 days worth of food in each one...When they arrived, the zipper on one of them immediately failed and took an immense amount of effort to zip properly.The MOLLE attachments on the back are not sufficient for securing it very well, they are off balanced and only secure the zipper side, leaving the other side to flop around.Upon use, the zipper broke off of one of them, and the string attached to all of the other zippers broke off.It appears to be faulty craftsmanship all around.Being that they don't zip, what use are they!?"
4.0 5
"I put this on my vest to carry mixed gear and soon found that not only did it hold a lot but it is a bit over sized for smaller items (knife, flashlight, etc.)While running the pouch will flop around making anything in it collide, scratching gear and making noise. I also noticed that the pouch, when full, will stick out a good ways off my vest causing me to focus on not getting it hung and while loading it. it seems to hang off balanced when loaded with heavy gear and cause even more flop and stress on the MOLLE straps. I now use it only to keep my gloves, boonie cap, and other gear that doesn\uFFFDt rattle while running or overstress the pouch with weight."
2.0 5
"There is only ONE strap for you to thread the MOLLE system through. Anyone who has used this type of gear for anything other than sitting down, would know that this is ineffective for securing gear... Does that mean it will fall off? No, probably not. Does that mean it will shake, rattle, roll, irritate, and make noise? Yeah, probably. But for the price, I guess you pretty much have to decide what your needs are."
5.0 5
"I bought this pouch to hold small items like pocket knives and rope, but this pouch is bigger than I thought. Now I have it rigged to my molle backpack and it holds all of my gun cleaning supplies. great buy!"
3.0 5
"It's made by Condor. I have many pouches made by them. I mostly like them all. This one, however, is not all that great. It's made of flimsy, thin material. The OD Green color is a weird shiny color that does not match any other OD made by Condor or any other manufacturer. It is not as big as I expected it to be. Lousy stitching. On the other hand, is it worth the money CTD is charging for it? I think it is. Would I recommend it? Ahhh... probably not."
5.0 5
"This pouch has become my standard camping toiletries bag, perfect size several days worth of personals. I've also used it for an electronics/batteries/cables bag on a few trips."
5.0 5
"I never found a good use for this pouch when mounted to a vest. However, it is a well-made pouch so I stuffed it with 4 D batteries, 5 packs of CR 123 batteries, a pair of plyers, a small rachet screwdriver with bits, a sabercut wire saw, smiths knife sharpener, sheffield exacto knife, pistol cleaning kit, and a compass and tucked it into my B.O.B. So even though I couldn't find any use for it on a LBV it is handy, very tough, and well made."
5.0 5
"I was hesitant to buy this pouch after reading some of the reviews. My first concern was that the OD Green didn't match any OD Green, including Condor. This is not the case with the pouch I received. It matches the Condor OD Green perfectly and matches my Eagle and Drago OD Green extremely close. If anyone is looking at your setup that close....they are too close!! My second concern was with the webbing straps and that they didn't secure the pouch well. True, the pouch only has one row of PALS webbing on the back. However, you still have two points of contact with the item you are attaching to (vest, pack, etc) and I believe it is plenty secure. I would recommend this pouch."
5.0 5
"Great little pouch, I use for a modular first aid kit usually strapped onto my molle bug out bag. Good zippers. Slightly ligher shade of OD green than my bag but it looks just fine."