By: Nathan Gelhaar This little bag is a ripper. I travelled all around Tasmania with it, and it was equally at home in the city as it was hiking deep into the back country on day trips. It makes an excellent overnight
Very comfortable and strong.
By: Jim C I'll start off by confirming that I haven't purchased this particular base; however, for those budding trainees panelled for a Sniper Cse in an ARA Infantry Bn, the building of a Yowie is a mi
Perfect ipad mini pouch
By: Haych Great piece of kit that enables easy storage of the Vicpol issued Ipad mini on either thigh. Other smaller & larger pouches can be attached to rig as well.
Perfect for issued phone
By: Louie Perfect size for my BSRV, fits my UOC issued phone and notebook. Very happy
Far better than a bullock echo
I have used the hydration helmet carrier for several years now, and from SES cyclone recovery, to SAR tracking, to vertical rescue, this pack is outstanding. Wet gear can be easily stowed and drain t
Queensland Remote Area tracking use 2x laser range finder pouches on our chest rigs. One holds our 8x42 Binoculars, the other is used for ancillary equipment from batteries to gloves. The padding an
By: Clay I recently bought this item and I love it I can fit in my notebook, range card ,cyalume sticks , pens and my hat when I'm not wearing it
By: Kenny Good bit of kit, is a good size and does the job.
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