Behold! Perhaps the longest my journey from idea to prototype, this bag was nearly completely developed in my mind more than two years ago. And due to my lazyness and other negative traits, it took a 4-5 months even to make a pre-alpha version.
In a few words, it is:
– an additional space;
– located outside the main backpack;
– easily and fast accessible.
Easily recognizable similarity with M3 medic bag is supplemented with concept of medical side pocket for Bergen backpack. Can also be mentioned Eagle AIII additional pockets.
So, assebled it looks like just a shoulder bag.
AlthoughI’m not into trendy fancy hook&loop things… flesh is weak, and I made a quick copy of ITS ETA medical pouch just to figure out some details and to combine it later into light chest rig.
Made a simple bag in my favourite pattern (old gen A-TACS AU). Exited about that.
Can be attached to the pack as “Eagle A-III Pack Accessory Pouch” or any other, Magforce for example.
Can be worn around the waist (featured image) or cross-body (image below):
With the very best wishes from Sovet Civil Defence 😉
Cloud-looking material in the center – cotton wool.
Can be washed, ironed and re-used.
Again, sorry for long not posting. Sure wait for some news.
Concept of flat IFAK by SO Tech is great, but I want to add one more cherry on the cake.
Work is not finished, no snapbutton, no tray, but the main point is obvious.
About two years to accomplish, kekeke. Pens illustrate four compartments.
Little and humble concept (with prototype in the same entry) – implementing pocket (sheath) for trauma shears into the magazine pouch. Pictures worth a hundred words, pouch assembled:
trauma shears-scissors pocket-sheath with magazine pouch
Simple way to store separately and safely sterile gloves. Below shown a paper model of one side. Arrows indicate the direction of entering the pockets.
We continue with step-by-step creation of pocket.