Fenix Protector SF IFAK first aid pouch

Fenix Protector

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Compact individual first aid pouch (IFAK) designed to fit on chest rig side panel or on a belt. Made of durable 500D Cordura nylon fabric with water resistant coating. Specially designed for combat environment with maximum user comfort.

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39,90 €

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Features:

  • Slightly scaled down version of standard med pouch that better replicates the M4 magazine siz
  • First aid kit specially designed for combat environment with maximum user comfort
  • Both PALS/MOLLE and direct gun belt mounting compatible - belt clip
  • Easy fit horizontally or vertically on all basic tactical platforms
  • Holds carefully chosen setup of individual medical supplies
  • Allows quick removal of the entire pocket

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Made in Poland.

Size18 x 8 x 5.5 cm
Material500D Cordura
Weight212 g

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