M-Tac Medical Pouch Elite Rip Off


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M-Tac medical result Elite Rip Off is fully open with one movement of the handle, giving access to all content, and nothing falls asleep.

Part of the contents of the first aid kit is fixed on an elastic band (or optionally on a paracord) on the inside of the valve that opens. There you can attach dressings, bandages, plasters, gloves, etc. On the sides of the result are overlays with slots on which you can hang additional results or equipment. Overlays are made of strong and at the same time elastic material. At first glance, you can take it for rubber, but this resemblance is only external, as this material is called polyethylene elastomer. Abrasion resistant, not afraid of high or low temperatures. Also on the front of the first aid kit is Velcro to accommodate the necessary stripes.

Material:1000D Cordura

Dimensions 22 x 12.5 x 7 cm
Lightning YKK.


Due to its unique qualities, Cordura is widely used in tactical equipment for military, law enforcement, and special forces. It is mainly used in materials with a 1000d and 500d linear density. Linear density is the ratio between the weight of the fabric and its length. It is measured in denier. This unit of measurement is mainly used for nylon fabrics. So, the higher the index, the more dense and heavy the fabric. The physical and technical characteristics of CORDURA 1000D are very high, it has a very high breaking load of about 3000 N and a tearing load of about 150 N. The abrasion resistance is more than 50000 cycles. It is used for clothing, bags, and pouches. Products made of CORDURA will stand the test of time and distance. CORDURA stands for durability, reliability, and style. In terms of durability, it is beyond competition.


The YKK company is a world leader in the fastening production. It produces 90% of all fasteners at 71 factories around the world. This is a group of Japanese companies whose trademark was registered almost 70 years ago. YKK is translated from Japanese as "Yoshida’s Factory" - this was the name of the company's founder, who opened the production of fasteners for clothes in the 1930s. Success was achieved thanks to cooperation with leading clothing brands and appliance of particularly strict quality standards. In addition, for a very long time, the machine for the production of high-quality fasteners was kept in the strictest secret. This helped the company quickly overtake its main competitors.