Who in their right mind would collect a bunch of beautiful paintings and then store them in a box. That wouldn’t make any sense and it doesn’t make any sense to hide all your collectible hook backed embroidered art work (aka patches) in a box either. You need to put them on the wall where everyone can see them and OC Tactical can help with their new Multicam Grande Patch Panel.
The Multicam Grande Patch Panel is just what is sounds like – a big Multicam panel for displaying patches. It is 18″ tall by 24″ wide which is enough real estate to display a lot of patches. I have 51 patches of various sizes and shapes on mine right now and I could fit more if pushed them closer together.
The panel is very well made from very good materials. It features Velcro brand Multicam printed loop material on the front and it is backed with coyote brown 1000D nylon. The backing features reinforcing stitches to prevent it from separating from the loop material. The edges are all finished with Multicam printed binding. It is pretty bomb proof for something that will just be hanging on your wall, but that is how OC Tactical does things.
Each of the 4 corners features a blackened grommet which should give you a ton of options for hanging the Multicam Grande Patch Panel. I used brass picture hanging hooks and they work perfectly. You could also string it with some paracord or just hang it on a pair of properly spaced nails. I also found that the grommets are spaced well for use on peg board.
The Multicam Grande Patch Panel is good for more than just hanging on the wall. I found that if I placed the patches in columns, the panel could be rolled up and used to transport several patches. Placing the patches in columns allows it to be rolled fairly tightly.
If you are reading this blog, there is a very good chance that you have more than a handful of patches. You won’t find a better made or more attractive way to display them than the Multicam Grande Patch Panel. You can find more information about the panel and information on ordering your own on the OC Tactical blog.