By: CMAP Nerd On the whole, fairly satisfied with this product. Holds an edited CMAP card nicely in the smaller fold-out window, and having sketch maps and key actions-on is incredibly useful for those of us who li
Nice alternative to plastic cases
High quality elastic to keep the rounds secure, fit's my .308 perfectly.
Would be interested to see a version of this wallet with a clear plastic sleeve (similar to SORD's ID holders) on the inside f
A Great Start
By: G.P. Davis I bought this, along with the back panel probably three years ago. I have used it constantly in Australia and overseas. It has not failed me in any way. The best feature is the large, single clip atta
By: J.H This is my current bag, with the addition to a few pouches on the exterior its amazing how much you can fit in it. Sturdy, well made, internal pocket in the lid is handy. Roll up & buckle system
By: J.H I ran this bag as a CFA, the internal velcro options made it very easy to set the bag up with rip out cells. Everything is well constructed, loads of ways to set it up. Crabbed to outside of bushy f
By: J.H Extremely low profile, comfortable, no effort to run with. You'd be surprised how much you can fit on this (obviously not double frontline) with a bit of thought. Combine this with an 'On The Man' s
By: J.H I own three pairs, they're everything you'd want in a pair of shorts, very well constructed, generous sized pockets, map pocket buttons are doable with one hand. Haven't notice any stretching or colo
By: J.H I've been running these for about 18 months now, they're very well constructed (as is ALL SORD gear), well thought out and have not torn or worn any holes in yet, the only gripe I have is the colour f
Solid choice for Leatherman
By: Bryce A little oversized for my Leatherman Wave, but still holds it securely. It would easily fit a larger Leatherman such as the MUT or Surge. I also really like the choice of press stud over velcro.
SORD Hydration Helmet Carrier
By: Doug Nicholson I recall back when dinosaurs roamed the earth on penny-farthings, that there was only two ways for a grunt to carry a helmet.
Option 1 – On your head.
Option 2 – Contort some elastic bungee strap