USGI Olive Drab First Aid Pouch - New

US Army SurplusSKU: WEB1063
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Description

Genuine Government Issue rugged O.D. nylon Compass / First Aid pouch. Made for the U.S. Alice web gear system, this design goes back to the Vietnam war and is still in use today. Great for carrying your compass, bandages, tourniquet or any other compact items.

Features:

  • Genuine US Army surplus
  • ALICE compatible
  • Snap dome opening
  • Bottom drain hole
  • Tough nylon construction

 

Dimensions: Approx 13cm H x 10cm W
NSN:
8465-00-935-6814
Weight: Approx 45g
Content: Nylon with metal parts
Colour: Olive Drab
Condition: New/Unissued - Item has not been used and is in 'as new' condition. This may or may not be in original packaging. If you want more information on our condition ratings, check out our condition guide

Customer Reviews

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Logan Archer
Good Little Pouch But Was Ripped

Got it to complete my LC2 kit, pretty good little pouch the US marking was a little faded but still quite visible. Unfortunately the one I received had a massive rip on the side I had to sew manually which doesn't make sense as these specific pouches are labelled as new/unissued so shouldn't have big defects like that, maybe I just got unlucky.

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Marcus
Good compass or fire-kit pouch for extreme conditions

Firstly, it is listed online as a 'first aid-pouch', although it is designated as a 'first aid (OR) compass pouch'. IMO, it isn't big enough to serve as a first-aid pouch, so I personally use it as a compass & fire kit pouch. As with many of the contemporary USGI pouches, while not (unnecessarily) over built, quality materials & construction are used. It is lightweight & strong. Hardware seems to be brass & ALICE clips are alloy, of course. All these contemporary late model USGI ALICE clipped pouches seem to be resin impregnated on the inside of the nylon, making them water resistant. This is an uncommon, hard to come buy, important & long awaited feature for field use. O.D. colour is discreet & versatile. CONS: I have the Australian Army version of this pouch, which has 2 positions for the snap closure, handy when accommodating different capacities. Unfortunately this USGI one only has one. Then again, my Australian Army pouch is camo, canvas & heavier. This one is versatile O.D. & lighter. For a basic, but high quality, extreme-field-use pouch this simply can't be beaten.

Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
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Logan Archer
Good Little Pouch But Was Ripped

Got it to complete my LC2 kit, pretty good little pouch the US marking was a little faded but still quite visible. Unfortunately the one I received had a massive rip on the side I had to sew manually which doesn't make sense as these specific pouches are labelled as new/unissued so shouldn't have big defects like that, maybe I just got unlucky.

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Marcus
Good compass or fire-kit pouch for extreme conditions

Firstly, it is listed online as a 'first aid-pouch', although it is designated as a 'first aid (OR) compass pouch'. IMO, it isn't big enough to serve as a first-aid pouch, so I personally use it as a compass & fire kit pouch. As with many of the contemporary USGI pouches, while not (unnecessarily) over built, quality materials & construction are used. It is lightweight & strong. Hardware seems to be brass & ALICE clips are alloy, of course. All these contemporary late model USGI ALICE clipped pouches seem to be resin impregnated on the inside of the nylon, making them water resistant. This is an uncommon, hard to come buy, important & long awaited feature for field use. O.D. colour is discreet & versatile. CONS: I have the Australian Army version of this pouch, which has 2 positions for the snap closure, handy when accommodating different capacities. Unfortunately this USGI one only has one. Then again, my Australian Army pouch is camo, canvas & heavier. This one is versatile O.D. & lighter. For a basic, but high quality, extreme-field-use pouch this simply can't be beaten.

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