DIMS: 8” wide x 5” high x 2.5” thick
It appears Maxpedition makes sure to spell this pouch out since the abbreviation ends up amusingly as I-FAP. That aside, it is a nice slim first aid pouch. Most of the pouch is made of 420D nylon to give more flexibility and some weight reduction.
In the front is a mesh zippered pocket allowing ease of visibility and accessibility. The back has a good strip of PALS ready to take 3" TacTies or short Malice Clips. One can get away with 2, or go up to 4 for a more firm attachment. The main opening is a double zipper clamshell design to allow full access to the interior. One side has a partial see-through single zippered pocket while the other side has another clamshell double zipper opening mesh pocket. This allows some options for items depending on if they need to be air'd out or more protected. Although not a big med pouch it is large enough to hold medical basics such as shears or a full size tourniquet. Since not a tear away design I see it as more of a boo-boo pouch when mounted onto gear or placed inside larger packs. A bonus webbing handle is on the bottom for such usage. During less tactical moments it works great as a travel pouch with toiletries inside. As a small suggestion, would have been nice to see some elastic webbing in the interior. When zipping up the main compartment, sometimes the interior mesh pocket zippers stick out, luckily this is not a huge stoppage issue. For those who don't need something all high speed, this is a great lightweight pouch that can be well stuffed full of goodies.