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GPS pouch, side release buckle
« on: November 14, 2015, 12:06:11 PM »
Typical GPS pouch, made without binding. Nylon Cordura 500d in issued Russian camo, two parts - back side/flap (2 layers) and frontal pocket (1 layer of fabric). With adjustable side release buckle. Client asked not to use bottom metal eyelet.

Three webbing loops for one short MALICE clip. Its side stitching is far enough from sides of the pouch, so I sew through less number of layers and it doesnt interfere with machine walking foot. Also there are two webbing loops on top and bottom of PALS for attaching split triglide/sliploks (for backpack shoulder straps and hanging inside the backpack)

Opened pouch. Male buckle webbing is stitched under the bottom of the back side (client's demand) so you can minimize the pouch volume completely.