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Tuff Possum Gear Multipurpose Sit Pad

Tuff Possum Gear’s Multipurpose Sit Pad has… multiple purposes. It is, of course, a sit pad or knee pad for camp and trail. A 1/2″ closed cell foam pad to provide cushioning is tucked into a hook and loop sealed pouch that is constructed from Cordura nylon. The pouch may be used for foraging or extra cargo capacity in a pinch.

The pouch features loops on the side that are key to many of its functions. They can be strung with paracord to improvise a backpack. They are also spaced to function as a compression panel on the Ute from Hill People Gear and possibly others as this spacing is similar across many pack brands.

Finally, the Multipurpose Sit Pad may serve as a part of your visual signalling kit in an emergency. One side of it is made in your choice of low profile colors or camo pattern and the other is high visibility orange.


New Med Pouch from Tuff Possum Gear

Tuff Possum Gear has launched their new Med Pouch. It is available today at an introductory price.

Designed with quick access and modular carry in mind, the Med Pouch is the result of our wish for a velcro backed “medical” or “first aid kit” pouch. It pairs perfectly with the Shackleton EDC Satchel, but works well with any pack or bag lined with a loop Velcro or the FirstSpear 6/12 material (PALS laser cut loop).

Sized to carry the basics of massive hemorrhage control (ie. gloves, a CAT tourniquet, a HALO chest seal, and wound packing materials), as well as the little boo-boo stuff you dispense in everyday life to those around you. (ie. band-aid, Advil, etc.)

The Med Pouch is 5″ x 5″ x 2.5″ in size. The first aid sign on the front is both reflect and glow-in-the-dark. It comes with beaded zipper pulls to aid in opening in less than ideal circumstances and a panel to cover the hook backing if it is not needed. Internally, it has two slot pockets to organize contents.


Tuff Possum Gear and D2A – TheSlapSack

TheSlapSack was designed by Delta 2 Alpha Designs and is manufactured by Tuff Possum Gear. This handy little coin purse can hold a fistful of coins and attach to the hand for palm striking. The hand strap is adjustable for size via heavy-duty snaps and the pouch is closed via a fold-over design with Velcro so there is no zipper to break.


Tuff Possum Gear Belt Pouch

The new Belt Pouch, from Tuff Possum Gear, is a belt warn pouch that is designed to be slick enough to work as an internal pack organizer as well. The 1.5″ wide webbing belt loops can accommodate belts of up to 2″ wide and they lay flat against the pouch when not in use. The 5″ x 4″ x 3″ pouch has a half zip design to provide access to the contents.

The Belt Pouch pouch utilizes 1000D Cordura Nylon and other durable components like #8 YKK zippers. It is made in the USA.


Tuff Possum Gear Launches New Website and New Shackleton EDC Satchel

There was a lot of news coming out of Tuff Possum Gear this weekend:

After over two years of testing, the Shackleton EDC Satchel is finally here and listed up on the brand new website www.tuffpossumgear.com

Many are familiar with the story of the Antarctic explorer Ernest Shackleton and his story of survival and leadership. This satchel is designed for such men. Inspired by loners and leaders. Made for both daily life and exceptional adventure. Designed for those who GO places and DO things…

As you can see, they launched both a new website and the new Shackleton EDC Satchel which is the first item they are produced with their new production partner, FirstSpear.

The Shackleton EDC Satchel is 12″ wide by 9″ tall by 4″ deep and constructed from 1000D and 500D Cordua nylon. It features a flap closure that is secured with a ITW Cobra Buckle. The Shackleton has slip pockets on both ends and interior pockets on the front panel for gear organization. The interior also features a laser-cut PALS/loop grid for use with MOLLE compatible and hook backed pouches.

The back of the Shackleton features 4 webbing tabs with the same spacing as those found on Hill People Gear’s small packs and compression panels. This will allow the Shackleton to be docked on Hill People Gear packs.


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