First Responder Mk III

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Large, generously fitted-out first aid backpack. The side pockets are detachable, while the padded interior compartment has adjustable compartments. The backpack also has a removable panel with detachable, labelled clear pockets, MOLLE system and elastic loops.

 

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

 

  • Padded Back Carrying System
  • Handle
  • Lid pouch inside and outside with 11 individually configured zipped pockets
  • Rain cover
  • Various elastic loops for securing tools, first aid equipment, etc.
  • Integrated red-cross flag - can also be used separately
  • Transparent accessory pockets (e.g. for medicine or cannulas)
  • Weight of empty backpack = 3,00 kg // Weight of backpack including all side pockets and accessories = 4,50 kg
  • Removable panel with MOLLE system and different attachment options and additional handle for hanging
  • Hydration system compatible in the long side pocket
  • Left: Large divided detachable side pocket (6 l)
  • Right: Two detachable smaller side pockets (per 1.25 l)

 

DETAILS

 

  • Measurements: 57 x 38 x 24 cm
  • Volume: 40 l (48,5 l)
  • Weight: 3,00 kg (4,50 kg)
  • Fabric 1: CORDURA® 700 den
  • Rückensystem: Padded Back-System (TT)
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