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Medic Pack
« on: January 18, 2015, 05:05:22 PM »
Just a little something I have had kicking around in my mind for a while, and finally had someone willing to let me build it for them. A Medic specific version of our Spare Camel Backpack

Essentially I took our Spare Camel backpack, removed the rear pleated pocket, installed 100mm wide loop, and then created removable velcro pouches and a removable flap insert. This removable insert as well as the pouches can be modified or adjusted at a later date should the design be not quite right. This is the first in a few "series" of modified Camels designed specifically for a purpose. Next on the cards is a Rock Climbing version, and a Photography version.

Love to know your thoughts!

Here it is unopened; Looks like a standard version of of our Camel


And then opened up and laid flat:


And finally with the flip section opened up. Underneath the flip section is a series of elastic loops for attaching required gear.
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Re: Medic Pack
« Reply #1 on: January 19, 2015, 02:43:52 PM »
Great looking pack.  I've always loved the idea of removable pouches for medic bags.  One of the ideas we were tossing about (and never really did) was the idea of selling extra pouches.  The thought behind it was that the customer could preloaded replacements and refill the pack without having to take inventory of what was used.

And as long as your making different versions you might try an EOD version, I've known a lot of EOD that have used modified medical bags to hold their tools.

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Re: Medic Pack
« Reply #2 on: January 20, 2015, 07:32:32 AM »
I love the internal bags with the vinyl exterior faces. With your permission I'd like to appropriate that feature :)

One thought, if this is to be marketed to Mil/LE, is your "clipping webbing" compatible with their existing PALS-webbing-equipped pouches? Who is this to be marketed toward?

I think it's a great looking piece of gear and I'm looking forward to your photography-specific bag - one of my disparate list of skills is professional photographer.

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Re: Medic Pack
« Reply #3 on: January 21, 2015, 05:38:55 PM »
I love the internal bags with the vinyl exterior faces. With your permission I'd like to appropriate that feature :)

Courteous of you, but you don't need permission to do that.

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Re: Medic Pack
« Reply #4 on: January 22, 2015, 02:28:00 AM »
I love the internal bags with the vinyl exterior faces. With your permission I'd like to appropriate that feature :)

Courteous of you, but you don't need permission to do that.

As Globe said, no need for permission; this is already widely used! Go for it!   :D
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