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Jungle First Aid Kit with Medic Pouch - Black Pouch

4 Customer Reviews

by Waylon L. on 11/23/2015
"Great product for the price.
Can patch up some basic cuts and wounds. But it may work for bigger cuts.

Nice Pouch [I transferred it over to a Condor EMT Pouch]
Everything inside is sealed

Cons: With the original pouch it came with was molle compatible right out of the box, but i guess i like the old kind of style look to it.
by Jess G. on 11/23/2015
"An excellent little accessory. If you're like me and often play team medic and don't have a vest with velcro on it to display a medic patch this pouch is great for ID purposes.

I play in the great state of Ohio, but purchased this little number back when I lived in LA for a few months at the Evike store. Since then, I use this pouch to store any simulation "bandages" and keep the actual medical supplies that came with it in a water proof pouch on my leg rig. I've actually used quite a few of the band-aids and what not on myself and team members for those rare airsoft rounds that break the skin, or the odd thorn bush scrape and stab. I only wear the pouch when I play medic, as a way to show players that I am since I don't have an arm band, or velcro on my rig to place one of Evike's Patches.

It's a fine pouch too. Well made and can be placed on a belt, or on a vest with some modifications. Well worth the buy if you're an outdoor player, or Medic in need of some form of ID for your rig.
by John C. on 12/11/2011
"Kind of silly looking, but comes with cool freebies. I got a bunch of military bandages and gause (all in german writing lol). It has a good build quality and fits nice on my belt
by Bernice D. on 11/23/2015
"For only twelve dollars this thing is pretty good. It comes with all of regular things I would need to patch up a minor wound, scrapes, cuts, ect. The only drawback would be the pouch itself, I needed to bend the two steel rods on the the back just a little bit for it to slide on the holes of my load bearing harness. Very sturdy though. Made for anyone with stupid freinds that like to play rambo.