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The Maxpedition Fatty Pocket Organizer is a must have for all of your accessory items when traveling. The Fatty EDC Organizer from Maxpedition can slip into a backpack or be attached onto the outside, providing additional storage and excellent organization. The Maxpedition Fatty Bag is thickened and rugged for increased capacity and longlasting carrying bag performance. Plenty of pockets, looops, zippers and dividers give the capacity, organization and protection you need for carrying all of your smaller gear.
Specifications for Maxpedition E.D.C. Fatty Pocket:
5" x 7" x 2"
1000-Denier ballistic nylon
Features of Maxpedition Fatty EDC Organizer Bag:
Compact 5" x 7" x 2" size
Drops into or attaches onto backpack or bag
Full clamshell opening main compartment with dual zips
Very usable and useful. A must have for any gear bag, B.O.B, or EDC. Good organizational options and methods. Variable size elastic slots lend themselves to a variety of items that can all be layered in without making things overly bulgy or bulky. Th...
I added this to the side of my Gearslinger. Used the recomented straps. It is loose enough to catch at times, would have liked it pulled right up to the side of the pack. I entend on cutting the carry loop, applying velcro and hooking it through ...