Savior Equipment Tactical Rip-Away Medical IFAK First-Aid Kit MOLLE Pouch Multi-Purpose EDC Tool Utility Organizer Attach on Backpack Belt Waist Bag


  • [Always Get Ready] – Rip-Away Back Panel Designed For Quick Access to Remove the Pouch to Render First Aid Rapidly
  • [Multiple Purpose] – You Can Even Use It to Carry the Accessories You Need for Outdoor Sports or Wilderness Survival; Flashlights, Map, Compass, Multitool, Knife & Fire Starter…
  • [IFAK POUCH] – Spacious Design. Tons of Pockets & Elastsic Bands. Open Flat to Organize Your Individual First-Aid Medical Kit. (First-aid kit not Included)
  • [Industry-Leading Protection Warranty] – Unquestioned Lifetime Warranty. Love It or Return It.
  • [Built-To-Last] – Constructed With 600D Heavy Duty Industrial PVC Shell

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Savior Equipment Tactical Rip-Away Medical IFAK First-Aid Kit Admin MOLLE Pouch

What’s Included
1 x Tactical Rip-Away IFAK MOLLE Pouch of Your Choice

Product Features

6 x 8 Rip Away Pouch
Made to be used as an individual first-aid kit or IFAK for short, this rip away pouch is a great alternative to carrying around a larger-sized first-aid kit.

Custom Configuration
This pouch is large & spacious with tons of pockets & elastic bands, allowing you to configure the kit to your exact specifications. Also opens flat for easy access.

MOLLE Compatible
Attach the base panel to any MOLLE webbing or belt with the integrated MOLLE Compatible straps. Then easily remove the pouch from the base panel when needed.

Tailored For You
Don’t Need an IFAK? This pouch can still fit all your daily necessities in this small pouch. Show us your everyday carry by tagging us on social media with #saviorequipment.

Multiple Carrying Options
You Can Carry this Pouch with Carrying Handle or Double-Stitched MOLLE Compatible Straps to Strap on any MOLLE Webbings, Belts or Tacitcal Backpacks or Vests.
Technical Specifications

Full Size | 6.5″ x 8″ x 3″
Internal Size | 6.25″ x 7.75″ x 2.75″
Rip-Away Back Panel Size | 6.75″ x 7.1″
Heavy-Duty Buckle Strap | 15.5″ x 1″Case Material
600D PVC Shell
Rip-Away Back Panel
Metal D-Rings
Hook-N-Loop Panel
Edge-to-Edge Elastic Bands

Additional information


6" x 8", 6"x8"

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8 Reviews For This Product

  1. 07

    by Dalen Lee Youngblood

    Good quality and worth the price

  2. 07

    by Thurston

    I am in love with the products from Savior. They have high quality construction and for the price, it’s outstanding. I already had a rifle bag that cost about $65 and could have easily been $200 and worth it, so I added an IFAK (Individual First Air Kit) bag to my setup. Had a small issue with one part but after contacting Savior directly they responded and remedied the matter in short order. They were also extremely polite and responsive to my issue.I will always come to Savior first from now on to see if they have something to meet my needs.

  3. 07

    by TechyNerd

    This is my fourth savior bag, the quality is plenty good for civilian use. You may find an odd stitch or fold here or there, but the design and quality materials more than make up for it. This purchase was for an IFAK on a web belt or carrier. There are tons of compartments and straps for my intended purpose. Mine is filled 5″ deep and still zips closed with ease. In my perfect world the inner flap would have strap attachment to prevent it from flopping all the way open.

  4. 07

    by SLS-LDS

    This was probably the 7th or 8th pouch/bag I’ve purchased to try using for everyday carry EDC. The typical advertised for that purpose generally turns out to be too small to be practical. This one is a step larger in size and has a good selection of pockets and retainers inside to organize all my “stuff.” The quality of the , stitching and zippers is excellent. I’ve tried the Maxpedition Fatty and Beefy and they just didn’t seem to have the feel or logical organization features this has. It’s advertised as a First Aid , but I think it’s much more qualified to be a regular EDC for people who take EDC or “small emergency kit” seriously. I just ordered another one I might modify to make it the “perfect” EDC . Well, actually… my (adult) daughter was so pleased with this when it arrived that she took possession of it and I had to order another one for myself. But I do plan to modify it. I’m removing the VELCRO part of the because I don’t need it to be “break-away” and I’m adding two D-rings, one on each side so I can attach an over-the-shoulder strap if I want to. I might even have some MOLLE stitching added to the breakaway side to give me more flexibility. SOOOO If Savior reads these reviews, please make a different that is identical to this. But omit the breakaway feature and instead of the large VELCRO back, add MOLLE like it has on the front. Add a D-ring to each side where the carry handle is attached. Presto. A new you can advertise as an EDC organizer . Either way, the way it came, or the way I’d like it to be, it’s really a great, logically designed, quality . Highly recommended. Epilogue: My daughter just asked me to order another one for her.

  5. 07

    by Chris Godfrey

    1 Button doesn’t stay clicked when on my plate carrier but it doesn’t fall off either. Solid for budget but I suggest buying something of higher quality

  6. 07

    by splash07s

    I love this line of molle bags. I also have some of the other sizes and color ways and they are all very high quality. The webbing and sewing is strong and the zipper is durable. Overall I def recommend for the price.

  7. 07

    by Cold Steel

    This is the second pack I purchased to go on my backpack form a major tactical brand. Saviors pouches are cheaper and better made than larger brands.

  8. 07

    by Brad

    Great quality pack, super nice stitching, great quality velcro, it’s got a ton of nice little pockets and is the perfect size for a car, to use as an emt type pack, I personally am putting toiletries in it for group camping. Anyways the main flaw is that the buttons for the straps on the attachment panel are too “loose”. The action of ripping the pack off of the velcro takes more force than it takes for the buttons to come undone. Pretty bad flaw IMO. It’s a perfect setup otherwise. It has a big latching strap that goes vertically around the “loop” part of the velcro panel, I used that to mount it to what I want for now, and I think I’ll find some other product to weave through the webbing on the back to attach it to my molle panel and overcome the button problem.

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