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Backcountry Organizer #2

#242708

The First Step In Building Your Own First Aid Or Dopp Kit
$35.00
COLOR pewter/alloy
SIZE: 1size - In stock
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These organizers are the best place to start if you’re building your own kit. They have a multitude of pockets and compartments designed to hold small items. 
Fabric :
100% nylon
70D with TPU lamination main body - 100% nylon
30D siliconized ripstop window and pockets
Dimensions :
9” x 5½” x 2½” / 23 cm x 14 cm x 6 cm 3.4 oz. / 98 g
Weight :
3.4oz / 98g 
Fabric Performance :
Water-Resistant
Lightweight
Durable
Design Features :
Zip Closure
Multiple Internal Organizer Pockets
Interior Mesh Pockets

RATING AND REVIEWS

Perfect Organizers

5

These things are perfect. I use one as a first aid kit and the other to store all of my camera accessories. It fits everything without problem and has a ton of pockets to keep everything organized.

Seattle, WA

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Great product

5

What a handy little piece of gear. Love the organization and ability to hold so much in a small space.

Illinois

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Great product!

5

Great product.

Upland, Ca

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Good backpacking organizer

5

Nice light organizer with plenty of storage options. Used it for drone batteries and accessories for taking out in the field

New York

Great for Snow Study Kit - Fits Rite in the Rain!

5

I use this to organize my snow study kit for Avalanche Education/Training/General Observations. It's light and compact and has enough pockets to keep things together. It fits a standard Rite in the Rain (and/or BCA/AIARE notebook) for snow pit obs and other trip planning. I'm able to fit the notebook, 2 pencils, crystal card, BCA slope meter, thermometer, 10x mag lens, Rustchblock cord, and a set of Avy education cards plus a few little bandaids, chapstick, etc. in the front pocket. I'm highly impressed with it's capacity and the organization is excellent. For not being purpose-built for my use - it's pretty dang close! Long-term durability hasn't been tested, but I'm careful with my kit, so I anticipate a long life with the occasional application of some Tenacious Tape.

Boise, ID

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Organizer

4

Backpacking with overnights off grid, great for organization

Juneau, AK

Lightweight organizer

5

Perfect for keeping contacts together in a daypack so they are easy to locate when waking up blind.

Laguna Beach

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A must

5

Been up to Hood, Adams and Rainier. This makes life a lot easier! Also use one in my hunting kit and it is essential to keep everything organized

Kelowna,BC

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More travel than backcountry

5

More travel than backcountry, with its hook, stiffener and type of compartments. Still, pretty good for that purpose.

Canada

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Solid piece of gear

5

Bought to use as storage for first aid and other essentials. Very nice to have all those small items in the same place. Durable and plenty of compartments.

Laramie, WY

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Backcountry Organizer #2

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Discussions

Which is the best size for a first aid kit?

Rick

I recommend size #1 or #2 depending on what's in your kit; #3 is more appropriate for use as a toiletry bag.

Jordan