RFID Faraday Utility Pouch

Nov 28, 2017

Category: Gear

You may recognize the namesake of these blacked out protective bags from the pieces used by Military Special Forces to transport critical documents and information. Well, there’s certainly a connection here seeing how both Blackout Spec and Bomber Co. teamed up to put together an RFID-blocking Pocket Carry and Utility Pouch.

Each option utilizes a proprietary blend of copper, steel, and various Eco-synthetic leather that work together as a single-jamming material that exceeds Military Standards. This means the pack blocks all RFID cell signals, wifi, Bluetooth, GPS, mic, and camera interception. Both the Pocket Carry and the Utility Pouch boast this material but are sleek enough to carry with confidence in everyday life. They feature a waterproof leather exterior, rugged YKK zippers, double-layered Faraday fabric, and the Utility Pouch even comes equipped with a roll top and buckle to secure your laptop or whatever other tech you’re looking to protect while on the go in today’s commuter landscape. Available now for pre-order on Kickstarter.

Purchase: $59+

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