Mobile First Aid Bag


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Main Features

Mobile first aid bag for attachment to any vehicle headrest or, alternatively, to any MOLLE compatible gear or bag.

The mobile first aid bag is designed for universal attachment to any vehicle headrest or, alternatively, any MOLLE-compatible gear or bag with at least 5 rows of loops. The main bag attaches to the rear base using a hook & loop panel, allowing for easy removal in emergency situations with just a hand pull. Moreover, the bag can be opened while still attached to the base on a headrest, revealing three tiered panels. The top two panels feature various sizes of elastic tool loops and pockets for storing supplies, while the bottom panel is a zippered mesh compartment that can also be easily removed thanks to the hook & loop attachment. The reinforced rear attachment panel ensures it remains sturdy when attached to the headrest or bag without sagging, yet it’s pliable enough to conform to the headrest’s shape. Additionally, the bag’s front is equipped with a laser-cut hook & loop MOLLE panel for extra tool storage, morale patch mounting, or attaching more MOLLE gear. This panel comes with a rubber RED CROSS emblem included with the bag.

Measuring at 10.5″L x 8.5″W x 4.5″H, this bag is spacious enough to hold a fully equipped gunshot/hemorrhage kit or a multi-person first aid kit.

Key Features:

  • Hook & Loop Rear Panel Enables Quick “Grab And Go” Detachment
  • Three Straps On Rear Panel Ensure Compatibility With Any MOLLE Gear With At Least 5 Rows
  • Front Panel Features Laser-Cut Hook & Loop Covering For Morale Patches Or Extra Tool Storage
  • Three Tiered Storage Compartment Opens Downward While Attached To Headrest or Backpack
  • Universal Adjustable Panel Attaches to any Vehicle Headrest

Black, Red, Tan

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