DIMS: 6" W x 9"H x 3" D , can be packed to 5" D
Maxpedition has continued their collaborations with Eggroll of Extreme Gear Labs to make more tactical specific goodies and this pouch is one of the latest results.
Typically medic pouches are some sort of clamshell design, but what makes this one stand out is the tear-away design. This can make usage easier for the owner to help others and a crapload easier if worn as an personal individual kit and you are the casualty. This way others can tear it off you and quickly help rather than rolling you around or franticly ripping all the equipment out from an awkward position.
The pouch is made up of 2 pieces consisting of the platform and the main pouch. They connect will a large velcro area and then the platform secures the connection with 1" webbing and a SRB. It may be hard to see in the photos, but a metal snap also connects the webbing to the main pouch. So when deploying, release the SRB then yank the strap down to pop the snap and lift the main flap up to expose the top. A nice big red handle will be available to allow an easy tear of the pouch from the panel.
The panel has a slim zippered pocket on the flap which also has loop velcro on top for patches / nametapes. On the back is a PALS webbing variant that uses 2 Long Malice clips. 2 D-rings are installed up top with a carry handle for further mounting options. The pouch portion has an exterior sleeve pocket with a velcro flap. This is a pretty good place for slimmer quick access items such as gloves or shears. Into the inside are 2 large pockets, one on each side. For closure they use elastic flaps with velcro connections and the main pocket material is see through with a reinforcement weave. They aren't as easy to see though as typical clear vinyl, but the reinforcement will make them a lot more durable. Finally, at the bottom of the pouch is some elastic webbing for more holding options.
Although other tear away pouches exist, the FIGHT medical pouch is built solid and has a unique layout. The size is beefy enough to fit a 500cc IV with room to spare for more goodies. Sadly I'm no medic so I can't really comment on how useful I find the interior, but the 2 pocket minimal approach seems logical.