TT Medic Assault Pack MK II S
TT Medic Assault Pack MK II S is a small flat Medic backpack with intelligent, clearly laid-out interior. The MOLLE system on the front and sides is laser cut. The shoulder straps can be removed and kept in a Velcro-secured pouch on the back. The backpack comes with webbing so it can be adapted to a plate carrier or waistcoat. Specially designed for use on plate carrier systems.
7591.040 – black
7591.343 – khaki
7591.346 – coyote brown
- Detachable shoulder straps
- Large handle for carrying when open
- Inside pocket
- Internal variable fixation points to store medical equipment
- Scissors bag
- Weight of empty backpack = 730 g // Weight of backpack including all accessories = 1,15 kg
- Integrated visual markers
- Two removable panels with adjustable bungee cords
- Laser cut MOLLE system
- MOLLE loops on the base
- Transparent inside pouch with coloured Velcro
- Comes with adaptor straps for direct attachment to protective vests
- Length adjustable stowable shoulder straps make carrying large body armour possible;
- Measurements: 13.4 x 8.7 x 3.5 inches
- Capacity: 6 L
- Weight: 2.5 lbs
- Material: Cordura 700 DEN
Materials / Systems
Cordura 700 DEN
About Tasmanian Tiger
As the premium supplier of professional military and police equipment, all TASMANIAN TIGER products are made of the very best quality and with the best functionality. The comprehensive development work is always based on the users‘ specific needs and requirements.
From prototype to series production, all products are manufactured in the company’s own production facilities. This ensures that a consistently high level of quality is maintained. Every step in the production process, from purchasing materials to manufacture to the final checks, is precisely defined and checked regularly by independent test centres to international standards. Every product is checked before it leaves production and is given a serial number that is then stored in the company’s own database.
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