GI Issue MOLLE II Waist Pack or Fanny Pack ACU Camo

$19.99

  • Approximately 15″W x 6.5″H x 5″D
  • 390 cubic inches Approx.
  • Solid military construction with heavy duty components
  • Total Weight = .75 lb.
  • GENUINE U.S. MILITARY ISSUE
SKU: 8465-0150 Categories: , , ,

Description

MOLLE II Waist Pack

GENUINE U.S. MILITARY ISSUE Tactical Gear

Color: ACU Digital Camo

  • Heavy duty, water resistant Nylon
  • Zippered compartment
  • Quick-release buckle at waist
  • Two (2) adjustable compression straps around pack
  • Waist belt (adjusts up to 48″), which can store internally
  • Attaches to the Molle II system through attachment straps on back
  • External Molle attachment points with metal snaps for securing to any pack
  • Approximately 15″W x 6.5″H x 5″D
  • 390 cubic inches Approx.
  • Solid military construction with heavy duty components
  • Total Weight = .75 lb.
  • Machine Washable
  • Manufactured: Made in the USA
  • Surplus: Genuine US Military Surplus = U.S. Military issued for best quality
  • As Is No Warranty!
  • Condition: VERY GOOD CONDITION (Will show signs of use, some fading and wear but NO holes, rips or tears. They might of been used once. Just seem to be a little dusty.┬á Will inspect to make sure all is working before it leaves!!)
  • NSN # 8465-01-1080-0150

Made in: USA

GENUINE U.S. MILITARY ISSUE MOLLE II Waist Pack – Butt/Fanny Hip Bag Digital Camo
This will be for a MOLLE II Waist Pack, also known as a butt pack or fanny pack. These are great utility packs for carrying gear when you need that space. Holds a lot and has quick access. Since it’s part of the MOLLE system, it attaches to PALS webbing for quick and easy customization, or can be worn alone.

These waist packs are in very good condition. Wear when you are on a short day hike. Use to keep your valuables close to you when traveling. I wear with my bike, to quickly be able to get to some of my items. Water, wallet, even first aid kit.

US Government Paid $100.00 or More

The waist pack can be worn in one of four ways:

  • It can be attached to the bottom of the patrol pack by passing the stiffened webbing straps with the female side release buckles through the four webbing keepers on the bottom of the patrol pack.
  • It can be attached directly to the FLC by utilizing the stiffened webbing tabs on back woven in to the corresponding slots on the back of the FLC.
  • It can be carried in the “stand alone” configuration by utilizing the attached two inch wide waist belt. This method allows the user to rotate the waist pack around in front to easily access the contents of the pack without removing the FLC or patrol pack. When not used in this mode, the attached waist belt is stowed into the tunnel on back of the waist pack.
  • It can also be attached directly to the main pack by passing the side release buckle and straps through the webbing below the claymore pouch on the main pack.

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