I created these due to noticing more and more gear incorporating loop velcro areas for modular attachments, but then there are slim pickings of actual attachments on the market.
In my initial prototyping phase I started with long elastic strips and soon found out they curl up big time once items were placed inside. After slimming things down I then wanted to provide more holding options while taking up near the same amount of space. The result is two, 2" slots on the inner elastic and a 4" slot on the outer elastic. These are sewn down about .5" from the ends to help prevent the panel from curling and detaching when large items are placed inside. As an unplanned perk, these sewn endpoints form elastic loops that are great for holding pens and markers. To prevent curling even further, thick no joke plastic is used for rigidity. Jumping back to the interior, the base is made out of gripper webbing which gives a mean hold. Thus these panels will hold onto items like pistol magazines and keep their placement much more stable than other loop products.
When it comes to uses, the 2" slots work great for flashlights, multitools, folding knives, pistol magazines and more. The 4" slot doesn't have the mean grip, but can hold onto rifle magazines, medical gear, and other soft goods. Since the size is overall small, the panels can be custom placed in multiples to solve more holding problems. An example is mounting 2 staggered in a vertical position to hold screwdriver type tools. A user can also have an item such as pliers fit in the 4" slot of one panel, but a 2" slot on another at the same time. For the final touch, grey and black colors are used to visually distinguish between the elastic loops while still looking tacti-cool.
In hopes to give my customers the best experience of this product and price, I am selling them in pairs. As a result, for every panel unit you add to your cart means you will receive 2 panels.
Panels are approx 5"x2" each
Made in the USA