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PocketUp Morph Pockets

Sometimes you need a little more storage capacity or organization. Sometimes you don’t. PocketUp’s Morph Pockets can be attached to any MOLLE compatible surface and they lay completely flat when they aren’t needed. When they are needed, they can be expanded easily.

The Morph Pockets have a roll-top closure that can be folded down into the pouch to create an open-top for tall items. Both of the available sizes come with removable compression straps.


PocketUp Cruz Pack

PocketUp, a nylon gear company started by Mel Terkla, just released their second pack. The Cruz Pack is a 10 1/2″ x 7″ x 2 1/4″ lumbar pack. It features a single pocket that is loaded with organization features like elastic loops, a variety of slot pockets, and a large zippered mesh pocket. The exterior features a single loop material panel for patches or ID.

The Cruz is designed to be comfortable and stable when worn tight to the waist of the wearer. PocketUp states that it does not work particularly well as a sling bag due to this design.

It comes in 2 standard colors: Wolf Grey or Black in 1000d Cordura. The interior is lined with Light Gray 400d Nylon for visibility and has contrasting black webbing, zippers, and binding.


New from PocketUp – Mini Pod

PocketUp is a relatively new nylon gear company with someone you may already know at the helm. It was started by Mel Terkla and his wife Rena. Mel has been designing and building in this space for years including a long time stint as a designer and head of sales for Kifaru’s military sales division.

Their newest product will look familiar in concept to Kifaru users as Mel’s fingerprints are all over it. Their new Mini Pods are designed to be a versatile pouch that can be docked to almost any backpack with webbing on the bottom or sides.

The pouch features a 1000D Cordura top available in a number of colors. The skirt of the pouch is 40D pack clothe and is closed with a roll top. The Mini Pods have two compression straps that serve to both compress the contents and attach the pouch to your main pack. One side of the straps have a G-Hook and the other has a G-Loc. This strap and hook combination provides a lot flexibility in how the Mini Pod can be attached to a host pack.

Check out the Mini Pod and the full line of packs and pockets at PocketUp.net.

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