Condor EMT Pouch
Condor EMT Pouch
Condor EMT Pouch
Condor EMT Pouch
Condor EMT Pouch
Condor EMT Pouch

Condor EMT Pouch

SKU #: TG-MA21
MSRP: $17.95
The Condor Tactical Gear EMT Pouch is a great choice for a build-your-own first aid kit or IFAK with enough space for a couple Israeli bandages, a pair of shears, tourniquet, chest seal and gloves. Or go in a different direction and use it to create a gun cleaning kit; the options are limited only by your imagination.

  • Size : 7" H x 5" W x 2 1/2" D
  • Reviews
    Review Summary
    Condor EMT Pouch   $14.95
    9 Reviews
    78% (7)
    11% (1)
    11% (1)
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    67% Recommend this product (6 of 9 responses)
    By Anthony Amity
    Elko, NV
    January 15, 2017
    Great pouch
    Great pouch. Fast opening. Perfect size for IFAK on my armor. Holds TQ, compress dressing, 4x4 gauze, triangle bandage and EMS shears plus more.
    ProsPerfect size. Well made. Easy opening.
    By Dave
    Los Angeles
    July 23, 2016
    EMT Pouch
    Good quality. I was able to put one SWAT Tourniquet, two QuikClot Sponges, two Israeli Medical Bandages 6" and medical shears into it. There is still a little bit of storage room left.
    ProsQuality Construction
    ConsPouch would be a better product if it had some more compartments
    By Terry
    July 24, 2015
    Nice pouch
    Nice pouch. Well made. Perfecto for smaller items llike hearing protect and gloves
    ProsWell made item
    By Jesse
    Bel Air, MD
    June 10, 2014
    good ifak pouch
    mourned it to my plate carrier and everything in my issued ifak fit inside along with some additional items. I removed it as I though it was a little to bulky for what i was looking for but still keep it stocked and either attached to my day pack or inside of my range bag
    Prosinexpensive, holds everything you need for an ifak
    By sc008a
    Hoquiam, WA
    May 8, 2014
    great deal
    This pouch works great for a medic pouch or for wheatever else you want to organize
    By Tom86
    North Augusta, SC
    October 18, 2013
    Very useful
    I just purchased my fifth pouch. They are very well organized inside for something of this size. I love these. I have two of the LA Policegear Zombie Hunter bags, which for my purposes are a little small on capacity. I molle'd two of these to the outside of each bag and it makes the bag much more useful for me. I don't use these for medical supplies, but simply as a general purpose storage pouch.
    ProsGood capacity. Good organization. Well made.
    ConsA little pricey unless you find them on sale.
    By Patrick
    May 18, 2013
    Condor Tactical Gear EMT Pouch
    It's a cheap MOLLE first aid pouch thats made well and have tons of uses. One cannot ask more for its price point.
    By Sheepdog
    March 28, 2013
    Review for Condor Tactical Gear EMT Pouch
    These pouches are a perfect size for a personal first aid or trauma kit (IFAK.) There is ample space for gauze, tape, band-aids, Ibuprofen, scissors, gloves. I purchased several and made first aid kits for friends as gifts. Also, it already has hard plastic tabs on the back which eliminate the need for tac ties if you plan to attach it to a bag or vest.
    By Outcast 33rd
    January 8, 2013
    This does what it need to do....and Well.
    Our department provided us with a trauma kit that includes quick clot, a CAT, gloves, etc. I added a secondary elastic tourniquet, two packs of combat gauze, and EMT shears. This pouch accommodates them well in an upright position under my support side elbow. It doesn't protrude out too far or extend to far laterally. Good pouch.
    1 Question & 1 Answer
    from Durham, NC asked:
    July 30, 2015
    The pouch is offered in ATACs, how do I specify the Arid Urban color when ordering? Thanks
    1 Answers
    I believe you are referring to the ACU color? My records show that the ACU (digital urban) has been discontinued as well as the Atacs FG. I'll see if I can have the pictures for those removed. The only other option that's not listed is the Multicam, and that's located here -
    Customer Service
    on July 31, 2015

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