|Maxpedition - Pocket Organizers|
|Tuesday, 09 August 2011 15:51|
For general features each pouch opens clamshell style using double zippers with the exception of the Micro using a single zipper. All have handles which add to the ease of retrieving from a pocket and the majority have PALS webbing on the back (except the Micro) to allow mounting to other gear if desired. On the exterior fronts are mesh sleeve pockets and loop velcro fields, with the Micro being the oddball once again not having and loop velcro and does not have a velcro seal on the mesh sleeve pocket. The interiors are basically varied layouts of elastic with some sleeve pockets so I'll give some quick breakdowns:
It would be fair to call me a little lazy for not making more pics with the interiors full of goodies, however you can see I've personally found them great for small electronics and accessories. The Fatty size breaks the mold a little bit being more inviting to making a first aid or survival kit. All are great for note taking kits with even the Micro being able to hold the smaller sized Rite-In-The-Rain notebooks. On that subject the Micro makes for an solid side opening alternative to the Maxpedition 3" x 5" Notebook Cover. For some personal improvement recommendations I'd like to see more loop size variance; for example I don't think most people carry 6 pens and there isn't much else you can do with that small loop size. That aside, the pocket organizer series works out great to keep small EDC type items in line where they would be quite the mess if just tossed raw in a pocket. With the new sizes users will appreciate specific matches to their holding needs and clothing accommodations.